— Coinbase secures Visa membership — SEC settles with Enigma over $45m ICO — Fortress Investment Group raises offer to Mt. Gox creditors — Gemcoin founder faces 10 years in prison after admitting to fraud — Deribit completes its 10% sale of equity — Contents Protocol is to shut down and refund investors — HSBC reveals plans to invest in digital systems — Unstoppable Domains launches a blockchain-based browser — Tim Drapper joins Aragon’s governance and advisory board — Celsius Network launches low fee BTC purchase on-ramp — Nomics launches free crypto market data CSV file delivery — Bitcoin experiences its 5th largest price drop in history
— Enjin Platform goes live on the Ethereum mainnet — BitGo acquires Harbor — Michael Bloomberg promises clearer regulation on crypto — IRS hosting a tax summit for crypto firms in March — Samsung’s Galaxy S20 to include crypto storage feature — Microsoft Azure integrates commercial blockchain Lition — European Space Agency co-funds blockchain project Hypervine — Nebulous launch content distribution and file-sharing network — Tokenomica launches OTC for large participants — Blocknox launches institutional crypto custody service — Citi joins blockchain-based finance network Contour — iCEIBA wins IBM-sponsored award — Bitcoin spiked by 4.2% to reach $10,100
— Fcoin to shut down owing up to $125m to users — Binance to let customers launch own crypto exchanges — bZx suffers second attack worth $645k in ETH — Zaki Manian steps down from his role at Tendermint — Deribit launches daily Ether options — Copper raises $8m in Series A — Bithumb partners with BitMax — Bitcoin dips to $9700
Our interview with Shahrooz Chowdhury, Chief Product Officer of Liven.
In this episode we talk about the Liven application, how users can earn and spend rewards across more than 1000 restaurants and bars in Australia, the native LVN token, the recent partnership with Apple Pay and more.
To find out more about Liven you can visit their website at https://livenpay.io/
You can follow Liven on Twitter @livenpay
— IOTA successfully patches Trinity Wallet vulnerability — bZx protocol suffers an exploit, loses ETH — Binance applies for license in Singapore — Crypto trading firm Amber raises $28m — Steemit migrate to Tron blockchain — MoneyGram reveals FastSend service — Bitcoin dips below $10000
— Dropbit’s CEO has been charged for allegedly laundering $311M in bitcoin — IOTA Foundation is investigating funds stolen from Trinity wallets — Wells Fargo invests in Elliptic — Galaxy Digital has cut 15% of staff — South Korea is to invest $16m in training digital finance experts — BlockFi raises $30m — Ether Futures volume reach June 2019 levels — Coinbase Commerce adds support for DAI — Bitcoin consolidates at $10,200
— Coinbase re-enables margin trading — FC Barcelona to issue own token in Q2 — Letter bomb criminal in the Netherlands demands Bitcoin payment — Canaan stock price surges by 80% — Tether integrates KYT compliance tool developed by Chainalysis — The National Bank of Egypt joins RippleNet — Authereum launches on the Ethereum network — Bitcoin’s price remains unchanged as altcoins continue to gain ground
— JPMorgan in talks to merge Quorum with Consensys — The Outlaw hacking group returns with a new botnet — Google becomes member of the Hedera Hashgraph council — OKEx launch its DEX in test mode — Optimism releases alpha version its virtual machine — Blockstack freezes its App Mining program — Binance now supports Russian rubles on its P2P platform — Bitcoin rallies past $10,000
— 12,000+ bitcoins associated with PlusToken are on the move — Poloniex confirms trading history rollback following software bug — Ethereum Classic joins forces with Fantom — Italian regulator cracks down on trading websites — Tether launches on Algorand — Huobi becomes member of the Klaytn Governance Council — Gemini Custody adds support for 5 cryptocurrencies — Litecoin Foundation partners with Cred — BitGo opens units in Switzerland and Germany — Coinbase adds USDC and ZEC support for NY users — Bitcoin consolidates at $9800
An interview with Brian Kerr, Co-Founder and CEO of Kava Labs — a company building the first cross-blockchain DeFi platform.
Tune in to find out more about Kava and their mainnet launch as well as the upcoming CDP module and why Brian and his team chose to build on the Cosmos network.
To find out more about Kava you can visit https://www.kava.io/
You can follow Kava on Twitter @kava_labs