Coinbase announced that it plans a possible addition of 17 new cryptos to its platform including Telegram provided that the assets meet set technical standards and comply with applicable laws.
According to OKEx Korea, ‘dark’ Monero, Dash, Zcash, Horizen and Super Bitcoin will be delisted on October 10. The deadline for final withdrawals for the coins is set for December 10.
Coinbase Custody will serve as the custodian for Grayscale’s single-asset investment products including digital currencies and publicly listed funds such as Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, Grayscale Ethereum Trust, and Grayscale Ethereum Classic Trust.
The SEC is seeking quotes from contractors to run Bitcoin and Ethereum nodes on its behalf, in addition to “as many as possible of the following blockchains: Bitcoin Cash, Stellar, Zcash, EOS, NEO and XRP Ledger.” What they are hoping to find?
Multinational professional services firm and one of the ‘Big Four’ auditors, PwC, praises Singapore’s move to exempt cryptocurrencies and digital tokens from sales tax when used to pay for goods and services.
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Grayscale Investments’ Bitcoin Trust generates an appreciation YTD of 296%. This is an elevating growth as compared with established investments displayed in the Global Dow (12.9%) and S&P 500 (18.7%) over an equal time frame.
Singapore plans to exempt cryptocurrencies that are intended to function as a medium of exchange from Goods and Services Tax (GST) – the local equivalent of Value-Added Tax (VAT). If accepted, the exemption will take effect on January 1, 2020.
Just recently the outcome of the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, has set in – cryptocurrencies are officially regulated by the G20. The G20 officials have agreed on applying the FATF guidelines to, mostly, cryptocurrency exchanges.