After several months of battling local complaints about its operation, noise levels, and lack of job creation, Labrador City-based cryptocurrency mining firm Great North Data has shut down.
According to BitInfoCharts data, the BSV network added over 660,000 transactions to the BSV ledger versus 622,000 for ETH and 326,000 for BTC during the last 24-hour period.
BSV has the capability to offer a scalable blockchain solution that no other protocol offers, and Fundstrat points out that it is the “biggest block Bitcoin” offering more transaction volume capacity.
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka is looking for companies that are able to build a proof of concept shared Know-Your-Customer platform to be used in the banking industry.
Danish bank Nordea has won a court battle that will allow it to legally bar employees from buying cryptos, even during their own personal time.
Kristina Littman succeeds Robert Cohen who left in August, and part of her role involves overseeing initial coin offerings and other “blockchain violations.”
Circle will start charging fees to Poloniex US users who don’t withdraw their assets from its platform, after it sold the exchange recently.
SoFi will now offer crypto trading services to New York residents after receiving the coveted BitLicense from the New York Department of Financial Services.
Tether-linked exchange Bitfinex was dealt a fresh blow after plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit refused to amend their complaint of BTC price manipulation.
OneConnect has filed an initial public offering (IPO) in the New York Stock Exchange to raise $500m.