Victor Larionov, crypto expert, CEO at Priority Token and partner at Hax Ventures, shares what hides behind Security Token Offering, explains how it differs from ICO unveiling what potential it holds for the whole industry.
Following a weekend of minimal activity on crypto markets a third wave has dumped another $5 billion from them late on Sunday. This latest purge resulted in total market capitalization dropping below $117 billion before recovering a little today.
MIT Technology Review published an article, providing an overview of the recent history of blockchain and explaining why it will start to become mundane in 2019.
A group of 12 high-profile investors and partners have poured this large sum of money for the further development of the Bakkt infrastructure and its expansion.
It seems that we’ll have to wait some more for Bakkt to get its Bitcoin futures contract approved. A new report claims that the CFTC’s decision-making process has been progressing slow and now it is likely to go live only in February 2019.
Intercontinental Exchange Inc is working on the first Bitcoin futures that pay out in cryptocurrency. They are now working with the CFTC to ensure that the project is in line with the current regulations. A decision should be made in early 2019.
Bitcoin recovered yesterday after a 30% decline over the course of the last week. It had seen substantial growth in value in 2017 but suffered a 14-month decline after repeated cases wherein large exchanges were hacked.
New York Stock Exchange chairman and Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher expressed optimism about the future of cryptos and said that they will definitely survive.
At this time Nasdaq awaits a green flag of regulatory approval from CFTC to proceed ahead with the launch.