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Ken’s Cryptocurrency News One-liners 001

A few Cryptocurrency News items worthy of attention.

Cryptocurrency News in Brief

Cryptocurrency News

• 20% of College students are breaking rules using their student loan money to buy cryptocurrency. (CNBC)

• Coinbase exchange adds technology to possibly enable listing of popular Ethereum ERC20 tokens in the future such as: EOS, Tron, VeChain, ICON, OMGtoken etc. (ZDNet)

• Bitcoin (BTC) transaction fees are at a major low, (sending 10,000 BTC for 1 cent) making it the cheapest time in nearly 12 months to send bitcoin. (Bitcoinist)

• The USA’s SEC to “examine” as many as 100 cryptocurrency-focused hedge funds possibly starting in the next few months. (Wall Street Journal)

• Litecoin (LTC) suffers setback due to LitePay terminating operations. (CNBC)

• Binance: the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange by volume, moving to Malta to avoid Japanese regulators. (Bloomberg)

• Researchers have discovered flaws in the Monero secrecy coin, that could lead to the identification of users. (Wired)

• JPMorgan is considering spinning off the Quorum blockchain project. (Reuters)

• The governor of the US state of Tennessee has signed a law recognizing blockchain-based records and/or contracts as a legal electronic records. (ETHNews)

• The US Postal Service has published a patent application describing blockchain-based secure messaging tools. (CoinDesk)

To learn more about these topics just cut and paste into your favorite search engine. FYI: I use the Brave browser (brave.com) and search engine DuckDuckGo.com for best speed and privacy.

 

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