Recap | Binance’s bold move to usurp US cryptocurrency exchanges | Coinbase to delist Zcash for U.K. customers for unknown reasons
BTC 📉 $11,384 (-0.84%) / ETH 📉 $211 (-1.59%) / XRP 📉 $0.30 (-0.7%)
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Despite the bullish price action the last two weeks, Bitcoin was once again rejected at $12,000 resistance.
Coinbase has told customers in the U.K. it will remove support for Zcash (ZEC) on the 26th of August, 2019, just days after British tax authority HM Revenue & Customs reportedly requested customer and transaction data from the cryptocurrency exchange.
Binance US, an independent entity closely tied to Binance, recently unveiled the list of cryptocurrencies under consideration for its bold U.S. exchange expansion.
Charlie Lee asserted Litecoin development is alive and well. Meanwhile, reports based on the project’s GitHub numbers suggest it is “being abandoned.” GitHub numbers suggest Litecoin is being abandoned?
IOTA announced a $5 million grant program to contribute to “Coordicide”-related research, the elimination of the project’s centralized coordinating node.
Tether ownership is worryingly concentrated, citing Coin Metrics data that showed just 318 addresses held 80 percent of all Tether in circulation.
Craig Wright’s claims of using between 60 and 100 computers to mine Bitcoin in January 2009 were debunked by crypto researcher SeekingSatoshi.
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