Everyone in the cryptocurrency space is aware of the ongoing #DeleteCoinbase battle cry. In fact, it continues to echo across Twitter. This is most especially the case after Bitcoin users decided to close their respective accounts, a move that signifies a protest to the controversial acquisition courtesy of the exchange.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of Thailand has made a bold move recently. Basically, it decided to ban at least three major digital currencies, disabling them from being utilized in initial coin offerings (ICOs). More importantly, the decision disallows these cryptos from used as base trading pairs when it comes to crypto exchanges that are operating in the country.
Lawmakers in Rhode Island, one of the states in the U.S., are set to making a giant leap in the cryptocurrency world. Apparently, they are looking to exempt blockchain tokens directly from securities laws for a couple of use cases.
Figure Technologies, which is a blockchain-based home equity loan firm, was successful in raising around $65 million in a Series B round. Apparently, the success was made possible after the titular Morgan Creek backed the startup.
Cryptopia, which is a cryptocurrency exchange based in New Zealand, has just revealed some interesting details pertaining to the losses it accumulated. It is worth noting that the firm became a victim of a recent hack, which reportedly led to millions of stolen cryptos.
Polymath, which is a security token platform, recently partnered with Loopring in an attempt to trial peer-to-peer trading of security tokens. But unlike the conventional methods used in the crypto space, it is being done on a decentralized exchange.