Recap | Bitcoin could break $20,000 and reach new all-time highs | TRON Foundation announces ambitious $20 million TRX buyback | FATF tightens grip over crypto exchanges to combat money laundering
|CryptoSlate||Jun 25, 2019|| 8|
The TRON Foundation announced a $20 million TRX buyback, one of the biggest in the industry to date.
The IOTA Foundation recently presented a research paper with a novel algorithm for improving the network’s ability to combat spam attacks and congestion.
The International Monetary Fund describes money as something that serves as a store of value, unit of account, and medium of exchange.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international organization focused on preventing money laundering and financial terrorism, finalized its recommendations on regulating cryptocurrencies.
Craig Wright, the notorious creator of Bitcoin SV, failed to disclose his Bitcoin holdings in spite of an order from a Florida court.
Bitcoin broke above the $10,000 milestone, and just as Fundstrat Global CEO Thomas Lee predicted, investors seem to be entering a “FOMO” phase that could take BTC into a massive rally similar to what happened in the 2017 bull market.
Seattle-based Stably had its flagship StableUSD listed on Binance DEX as a native BEP2 crypto-asset—USDSB.
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