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Cryptocurrency News items worthy of attention:

* China’s new central bank head is an American-trained economist and is pro-cryptocurrency. (coinigy.com)

* Singapore government to reward successful blockchain projects with funding. (Coindesk.com)

* Seoul, Korea wants to create their own “S” coin according to the Mayor to help support blockchain startups & initiatives. (kryptomoney.com)

* Major Russian state-owned banks Gazprombank & Sberbank the largest bank in Russia and 3rd largest in Europe will start conducting cryptocurrency transactions in Switzerland due to their liberal crypto legislation. (altcointoday.com)

* Indian Government plans to store the DNA of residents on the blockchain in an effort to include more minority groups in medical advancements. (themerkle.com)

* Kazakhstan central bank chairman has prepared legislation to prohibit Crypto trading & mining to keep miners from using their cheap government subsidized electricity. (bitcoin.com)

* Telegram ICO doubles amount raised to 1.7 Billion possibly continuing to 2.55 Billion—-Do they really need those funds? (coindesk.com)

* Vitalik Buterin co-founder of Ethereum proposes a max supply of ETH to be limited to 120,204,432. (Coinigy)

* Ledger Nano S hardware cryptocurrency wallet is the top selling item in the US state of Nevada, related: North Dakota’s: Glue, South Carolina: Toilet paper & Hawaii: Karaoke equipment (bitcoinist.com)

* West Virginia has become the first US state to allow digital voting by blockchain (toshitimes.com)

* Just a little over a week after Cryptocurrency EOS gets slammed by HBO’s John Oliver it makes a 35% gain, compared to Bitcoin +4% and Ethereum -11% (CNBC)

* Waltonchain’s mainnet goes live. (cryptocoinspy.com)

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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