This is a daily round up of important blockchain and crypto news between March 10, 2019 and March 11, 2019 . The focus is on important news around developments in the blockchain space, on exchanges and crypto projects.
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1. Cryptopia Opens ‘Cancel Order’ Option for Users
In a Twitter thread the exchange said, “As we work towards full re-launch of the platform, we have now enabled the ability for users to cancel their standing orders. The API is still disabled, so you will need to cancel through the website.” Read more
2. Owner of Burj Khalifa, World’s Largest Building, Plans ICO
Emaar Group, one of the the United Arab Emirates’ largest real estate developers and the firm behind the nearly 3,000 foot tall Burj Khalifa, announced Monday that it was planning to develop the “Emaar community token” for its customers and partners by the end of 2019, with an ultimate goal of launching an initial coin offering (ICO). Read more
3. Mining Pool Splits $300K Ether Fee With Accidental Sender
Ethereum mining pool Sparkpool has located and verified the accidental sender of an unusually high miners’ fee and agreed to split the amount. In a statement provided to CoinDesk, Sparkpool said it received an email from an anonymous user on Feb. 25, claiming that they had made a mistake by attaching the 2,100 ether (ETH) fee on Feb. 19 – an amount worth around $300,000 at the time. Read more
4. Binance CEO CZ Hints at Creation of Fiat-to-Crypto Exchange in Argentina
CEO of cryptocurrency exchange Binance, Changpeng Zhao, has hinted at the creation of a new fiat-to-crypto exchange in Argentina in a tweet sent on March 9.Zhao’s comment contained in the tweet apparently suggested that Binance has plans to establish a fiat-to-cryptocurrency exchange in Argentina. Read more
5. US Marshals Service Issues Information Request on Management of Forfeited Crypto Assets
As a key component of the department’s Asset Forfeiture Program (AFP) operating within the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ), the USMS intends to assign an agent or contractor that will manage and dispose of seized or forfeited virtual currency. By initiating the RFI, the USMS expects to improve its current custodial operations by maintaining a complete and accurate accounting of the USMS’ virtual currency inventory. Read more
Only the headlines are enough for these news
- France to Soon Pass Law Banning Use of Privacy Focused Cryptocurrency Read Story.
- Kraken CEO Calls out Coinbase over Neutrino Read Story.
- Kakao’s Blockchain Arm Raises $90 Million in Private Token Sale Read Story.
- Deutsche Borse, Swisscom and Sygnum Partner to Create Compliant Digital Asset EcosystemRead Story.
- Investment Firm Invesco Launches Blockchain ETF on London Stock Exchange Read Story.
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