Bitcoin News Feed writes: SEC’s CryptoMom Wants US to Learn From Chinese Digital Innovation SEC commissioner highlights China’s role as digital currency exemplar and wants to see similar innovation in the U.S.
CoinDesk News writes: Davos Needs to Wake Up to the Ills of Centralization The lens of decentralization reveals a number of elephants in the room that world leaders at the WEF are missing.
Bitcoin News Feed writes: Price Analysis Jan 17: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, BSV, LTC, EOS, BNB, ETC, TRX Though altcoins are spearheading the rally, Bitcoin is also likely to pick up steam and rise above $10,000 in the next few days
CoinDesk News writes: Crypto News Roundup for Jan. 17, 2020 Join CoinDesk Podcast Editor Adam B. Levine and Senior Markets Reporter Brad Keoun for a daily, time saving rundown of top news impacting crypto markets today.
Bitcoin News Feed writes: US SEC Charges Convict and Associates for M Fraudulent ICO The U.S. SEC has charged Boaz Manor and his associates with raising over $30 million through a fraudulent ICO
CoinDesk News writes: SEC: Cash-Strapped Telegram Launched 2018 Token Sale to Pay for Servers Telegram launched its token sale because it was “short on cash” to pay for servers, the SEC said.
CoinDesk News writes: Block.One Will Not Launch Its Social Network on EOS In a departure from earlier announcements, the company now says its Facebook rival, Voice, “will be run on a purpose-made EOSIO blockchain.”
Bitcoin News Feed writes: Amid Legal Controversy, Telegram Blockchain Explorers Are Already Available Blockchair launches explorer for TON testnet, reports it’s “highly unstable.”
CoinDesk News writes: SEC Charges ICO Operator Who Used Alias After Past Conviction The SEC has charged Blockchain Terminal founder Boaz Manor with securities fraud for a $30 million ICO conducted in 2017 and 2018.
CoinDesk News writes: Ripple-Backed Crypto Wallet BRD Launches Blockchain Toolbox for Enterprise Apps The mobile wallet provider is launching a suite of tools aimed to allow blockchain developers to more easily and cheaply build apps for enterprises.