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JPMorgan and Chase Becomes First U.S. Bank to Launch a Cryptocurrency

By: Patrick Conlin        On February 14, 2019 JPMorgan Chase and Co.became the first U.S. bank to wade its feet into the cryptocurrency sphere with its launch of JPM coin, a token directly pegged to the U.S. dollar to be used by institutional investors and corporations to transmit international payments. The news is…

Tezos Lawsuit Update

February 13th, 2019 An update from the Tezos community regarding the status of the lawsuits against the Tezos Foundation and DLS The announcement to the medium article outlining the case standings and details was published on 10:52 AM – 13 Feb 2019 The full medium article can be found here: https://medium.com/@tezoslegion/a-class-act-trolls-vs-tezos-af2b3ab9d181 The post has been…

Binance Launches Fiat-to-Crypto Exchange

Binance has launched a new fiat-to-crypto exchange on the island of Jersey, a British self-governing dependency. Through the new exchange, users will be able to trade Bitcoin and Ethereum against the British Pound and the Euro.  Register here: https://www.binance.je/?ref=35021938 “Binance selected Jersey for its highly developed digital infrastructure, robust regulatory framework, and world-class financial services…

Lack of Regulatory Clarity Will Continue the Cryptocurrency Bear Market in 2019

By: Patrick Conlin As the calendar moves forward into the new year investors and enthusiast alike continue to speculate on when the market will turn again, and in which direction. Has Bitcoin reached its floor for 2019 stabilizing around 3,500 or could waning interest and stagnant investment cause  market cap to sink below 100 billion…

Consumer Data Revolution: An Interview with Sanjib Kalita CEO of Guppy.ai 

By: Patrick Conlin Consumer credit reporting is an albatross of bureaucratic entanglements and vexing frustrations. For anyone that’s ever applied for a mortgage, loan, or a copy of their annual credit report the various industry reporting methods that calculate a credit score can often leave the consumer having more questions than answers. Whether or not…