As part of our new feature section on Bitcoin, Blockchain and the Law, we present a selection of articles on the subject:
The digital currency markets continue to rumble, led by large price fluctuations in Litecoin and bitcoin over the past 24 hours.
A notable low volatility outlier was Ethereum Classic, which traded between $22.93 and $33.73 today, with an average price of $28.18.
Our proprietary Block Tribune Volatility Index is a measure of daily price variability compared with variability over the prior 30 days.
Justice Clarence Thomas loves bitcoin. He must.
Watchers of the court will scratch their heads having scoured opinions for even the vaguest references to cryptocurrency and come up empty.
But two cases from Texas and Thomas’s need to communicate his philosophy shed the light.
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FinTech payments firm Ripple has completed the lockup of 55 billion XRP, valued at $14.1 billion at current prices, in a cryptographically-secured escrow account. The company said this lockup eliminates any concern that Ripple could flood the market.
By securing the lion’s share of its digital asset,
Open-source blockchain network IOTA, in partnership with Microsoft, Samsung, Cisco, and Volkswagen, has announced its data marketplace, a Tangle-based solution built to help monetize data.
IOTA co-founder David Sønstebø said the data marketplace will enable companies to distribute and monetize data via blockchain technology.
AIM-listed venture capital firm TMT Investments has created the TMT Crypto Fund, a new $60 million fund that will invest in blockchain startups in the traditional venture capital fashion.
“What we want to do is start helping these companies in the pre-ICO and pre-pre-ICO period,”
Russian gaming platform Playkey has raised over $10.5 million in its initial coin offering (ICO), which ended on December 1. It raised an additional $3.9 million in a presale in October.
Playkey released 100 million PKT tokens and made 60% of these available for sale.
An update on initial coin offerings that are either underway or coming up in November. Please note that Block Tribune does not endorse any of the companies, but provides this merely for informational purposes. As with any investment, conduct due diligence before making any capital outlays….
Blink and you’ll miss the latest bitcoin milestone. At least that’s what it seems like, as single-coin prices have gone from $12,000 to $18,000 in days.
It was just November 28 when bitcoin first breached the $10,000 mark, and even that was surprising.