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Rogue Crypto OneCoin Strikes Again, Accused of Defrauding UK Investors

It appears that rogue cryptocurrency OneCoin is again attracting attention for all the wrong reasons after a Londoner has accused its UK management of fleecing her of her life savings.

A Mrs Begum in her 30s went to a OneCoin event in Aldgate in London in 2016, and invested in the coin, but three years on is now unable to access her GBP 54,000 (USD 70,000) life savings.

OneCoin has been listed as a fraudulent cryptocurrency in the US, is on a warning list in New Zealand and currently its multi-level marketing scheme is the subject of a court case in Singapore. The Singapore Police have subsequently warned the public about the risks of being involved in OneCoin or any marketing schemes connected with it. In 2018 Chinese police made a swoop on a OneCoin operation there worth USD 266 million.

In London it appears that Begum fell foul of the company’s marketing, saying that after she had made a cash purchase, “I realized a few months in that there was no scheme.”  She was told at a marketing event she would later be given tokens. The organizers of the event, which was attended by some 1,000 potential investors, told her that the earlier she made the investment the greater the payout, and she could gain a ranking by also bringing other investors on board.

In October of 2016, the investor was told that her coins had doubled in value and that the money was sitting in an account. After trying to cash in the investment she was told the following year that:

“No refunds will be made after the IMA [investor] has logged in to his/her account… By logging into his/her OneLife Network account it is considered that the IMA is accepting the terms and conditions and no refunds shall be made.”

It now appears that OneCoin has been accused of convincing people to pay tens of thousands of pounds to invest in the digital currency. Begum’s continual efforts to cash in her coins over three years have been met with complications which effectively keep her at arm’s length from her original investment.

The OneCoin organization claims that it is the second generation of cryptocurrency after Bitcoin and already had a huge following, and promised tremendous returns for investors. It is impossible to view the inner-workings of OneCoin without buying a non-refundable starter package such as was purchased in London.

When purchasing OneCoin a user receives tokens that have no value, and they can submit these tokens for “mining” where the tokens eventually become OneCoins. This isn’t true cryptocurrency mining where a user is rewarded for putting their computing power towards maintaining and securing the network. There is no evidence that OneCoin ever had a blockchain to maintain and secure, and the inner-workings of the “mining” process were secretive.

While the founders claim that they are creating 300 new millionaires a year, the US Department of Justice has called it “an old scam with a virtual twist”. An investigation into the company in the UK and allegations of fraud continue.

 

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CFTC Commissioner Says Sheer Pace of Fintech Has Stalled Bakkt Type Approvals

CFTC Commissioner Says Sheer Pace of Fintech Has Stalled Bakkt Type Approvals

CFTC Commissioner Christopher Giancarlo believes that the current period of innovation makes it challenging to approve proposals like Bakkt.

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is an independent agency of the US government created in 1974, that regulates futures and options markets.

Bakkt had promised prospective clients it would request permission from the CFTC to provide the first Bitcoin futures that would be physically deliverable daily, as well as storing clients Bitcoin in a physical warehouse on their behalf. The CFTC suggested that Bakkt registers as a trust company to circumnavigate stalling compliancy issues.

With the news that the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the owners of the New York Stock Exchange, is now attempting to facilitate the launch of its delayed Bakkt platform by obtaining a New York cryptocurrency license, the complications that new crypto projects face are a sign of the times according to Giancarlo, who clarified the difficulties:

“The first is that we live in a period of exponential technological change. That is, the sheer speed of innovation has increased exponentially, both in terms of production of new models and products and their subsequent public adoption.”

Giancarlo makes it clear that the pace of change within the industry means that regulators simply can’t catch up with new innovations without what he calls “heightened technological literacy across leaders in business and government.”

However, he points out that cryptocurrency innovation could have saved the 2008 global financial crisis, commenting, “Today I want to take stock of the current state of blockchain technology and renew a focus on how it can impact – and improve – our markets,” adding:

“But imagine what a difference it would have made a decade ago on the eve of the financial crisis if regulators had access to the real-time trading ledgers of large Wall Street banks, rather than trying to assemble piecemeal data to recreate complex, individual trading portfolios.”

 

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2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Hits Out at BitLicense

2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Hits Out at BitLicense

Pro-Bitcoin Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang is calling for more clarity in regulating cryptocurrencies slamming BitLicence as “onerous”.

BitLicence, the business license of virtual currency activities issued by the New York State Department of Financial Services, has again come under fire in the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate’s latest comments.

Yang is an American entrepreneur, philanthropist and the founder of Venture for America. He worked in startups and early-stage growth companies as a founder or executive from 2000 to 2009. He is one of the few presidential candidates in history to accept crypto donations.

One of the concerning factors of BitLicence that many exchanges cite is its dictatorial approach to regulating the market, even to the extent of instructing exchanges exactly which cryptocurrencies they are permitted to trade. When the BitLicense was first enacted at least ten major cryptocurrency companies shuttered their doors to New York customers, and some people have called this the Great Bitcoin Exodus. Ripple gained their license in 2016 and Coinbase in 2017.

Yang is pushing for much clearer regulation, a well-trodden path by many industry players, arguing that has the US will fall behind due to conflicting regulation measures and such introductions as the Token Taxonomy Act, pointing to Wyoming as a beacon of sensible legislation regarding cryptocurrency. He said:

“It’s time for the federal government to create clear guidelines as to how cryptocurrencies/digital asset markets will be treated and regulated so that investment can proceed with all relevant information.”

Wyoming continues to build legislative bridges between the cryptocurrency system, its underlying blockchain technology, and legacy financial laws of the state. Efforts so far have been channeled towards innovation and improved economic activities of digital assets. Its most recent bill aims to identify and classify digital assets into three categories: digital consumer assets, digital securities, and virtual currency.

The bill mentioned that virtual currency is “intangible personal property and shall be considered money”.

 

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Big Corporates Investing in Blockchain with Wait ‘N See Approach

Big Corporates Investing in Blockchain with Wait 'N See Approach

PitchBook data recently compiled for Reuters shows that both corporate funding and venture capital investments are still behind blockchain tech, although trust in cryptocurrency has still yet to become a feature of large company investment.

Corporate investment in Bitcoin is seen very much like the Holy Grail of the cryptocurrency industry, and to date, the big money is aimed at blockchain technology, although the application for the tech is not as widespread as some advocates would suggest.

However, the future is looking bright with this new data illustrating just how much corporates have softened towards the crypto market, despite avoiding the actual cryptocurrencies themselves. Funds heading in the direction of crypto and blockchain startups are now to the tune of USD 850 million this year to April, and some of this interest has come from high tech companies.

The Catch 22 continues for Bitcoin though, as large companies wait to see if Bitcoin can break through to gain wider adoption despite its fall in value. For many, the perception is that it is only corporate acceptance that can give the market impetus to drive crypto forward to new levels moving forward.

Despite the usual hype, blockchain still needs to find some more sectors in which to operate so that it can be accepted as a viable solution in industry, according to Richard Hay, UK head of fintech at law firm Linklaters, who calls for far more blockchain innovation:

“There are two dynamics at play… We can get something up and running and achieve cost savings, and also look longer term at ways of deploying the technology in more transformative ways.”

Pitchbook data to April also shows that some cooperate investment has been directed at crypto mining gear and exchanges, including the four biggest VC-backed firms by valuation, but Anton Ruddenklau, global co-head of fintech at KPMG feels that although companies are “really enamored” with tokenization, “they are investing as a technological hedge as much as anything”.

One potential crypto industry driver, Bakkt, has already run into problems before its launch. The highly-anticipated cryptocurrency platform has run into trouble with the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) over its custody plans for clients’ Bitcoin, after raising USD 180 million last year from investors including M12, Microsoft’s venture capital arm.

 

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“Bitcoin Girl Thailand” on the Run From Thai Navy after Seastead Debacle

“Bitcoin Girl Thailand” on the Run From Thai Navy after Seastead Debacle

American Bitcoin investor Chad Elwartowski and Thai girlfriend Supranee Thepdet, nicknamed Bitcoin Girl Thailand, have gone into hiding having been accused of violating Thailand’s sovereignty; a charge that could carry a death sentence under Thai law.

The couple constructed a platform home known as a “seastead” in international waters 12 nautical miles from the shoreline at Phuket, Thailand’s tourist island playground. Seasteads are permanent dwellings at sea outside the territory claimed by any government and comes from the term homesteading, which clearly links to early US settlement where homesteaders were free from government intervention.

Elwartowski claims the “living platform” in the Andaman Se4a was built in pursuit of freedom, a view not shared by the Thai navy who claim that the couple “did not seek permission from Thailand” and have now have asked the Marine Department to remove the seastead from the water due to its danger to shipping. Early Bitcoin adopter Elwartowski, who allegedly paid USD 150,000 for the seastead, says that he now fears for his life, speaking to ABC 7 News :

“The Thai military wants us dead. The way things work here in Thailand is that they set the narrative in their media then execute it. …The narrative is that we are a threat to national security and we face life in prison or death. They did not want us to survive to get our side out.”

Phuket police colonel Nikorn Somsuk said, “The navy and its team found a concrete tank floating on the sea but there was no one on it. So they filed a charge citing criminal code article 119,”. That law carries stiff penalties, including a maximum death sentence if found guilty.

The couple belongs to a community of Bitcoin entrepreneurs planning to build sea-based homes outside of territorial waters and had planned to lure other 20 Bitcoin investors to build homes around their seastead.

Elwartowski’s Thai girlfriend Thepdet was clearly not concerned about keeping their sea-based home a secret before they went into hiding, recently posting pictures on Instagram of them lounging on their platform drinking champagne.

More traditional properties are still being sold for cryptocurrency in 2019, a trend which has continued since late 2017 when the price of cryptocurrencies went sky high as Bitcoin almost reached the 20k mark.

 

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OKEx Stick with Bitcoin SV After Major Exchanges Dump It in Unison

OKEx Stick with Bitcoin SV After Major Exchanges Dump It in Unison

With Binance and Shapeshift dumping Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (Bitcoin SV) and Kraken going to its clients for advice, things don’t look too promising for the controversial crypto moving forward.

Poloniex is as yet uncommitted as to continuing to list BSV, but one exchange has definitely come out in favor; OKEx, currently ranked first on CoinMarketCap of exchanges by adjusted trading volume has said that it has no intention of delisting the currency, with the statement:

“As a neutral platform, OKEx respects the efforts of all dedicated teams in advancing the technology of Bitcoin and has no inclination to certain technical directions.”

The alternative crypto’s popularity nosedived after pseudonymous cartoon space-cat “hodlonaut” was threatened with legal action for disputing the legitimacy of the self-professed and much-refuted founder of Bitcoin, Craig Wright, BSV’s brains.

Since Bitcoin SV forked from Bitcoin Cash in November of last year its been on a downward spiral. Although the network is operating, it is diminutive by comparison to BTC, with 500 nodes compared to Bitcoin’s 9,000 plus. Roughly 60% of BSV’s hash rate is by Craig Wright-supported CoinGeek and nChain.

Things haven’t gone well for Craig Wright recently since Morgan Creek Digital co-founder Anthony Pompliano joined Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao in their condemnation of BSV. Pompliano has even called upon all exchanges to delist BSV on 1 May 2019 to protest their founders’ claims that BSV is the “real Bitcoin”.

It is now thought that OKEx is continuing to run against popular opinion and may be forming a BitcoinSV-centric cryptocurrency exchange called Float SV, with a launch planned for later this month.

 

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Could IMF’s “Learning Coin” Mean a Shift from Fear and Loathing to Acceptance?

Could IMF’s “Learning Coin” Mean A Shift From Fear and Loathing to Acceptance

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank’s recent announcement suggest that they are not quite going crypto, but are nonetheless launching a private blockchain complete with a coin. And this could have major implications for world finance.

Although the “Learning Coin” may be a new concept that the two financial giants have carefully designed to carry no monetary value, but with plenty of stored intellectual content, this could be seen as an indication that change is in the air when it comes to the financial establishment’s tolerance-come-actual-interest in cryptocurrency as 2020 approaches.

When these two agencies make a murmur, the financial establishment pricks up their ears. The intention seems clear when the IMF states that “the development of crypto-assets and distributed ledger technology is evolving rapidly, as is the amount of information (both neutral and vested) surrounding it”, without accompanying it with the usual criticism of abuse and misuse. That said, IMF chief Lagarde’s concerns are still clear. Her views indicate that it is very much about treading carefully and testing the water at this stage:

“…we don’t want innovation that would shake the system so much that we would lose the stability that is needed.”

Of course, the IMF is always ready to cast one keen protective eye across the global financial landscape, such as in the agency’s recent warnings to Malta regarding its rate of blockchain and cryptocurrency adoption, saying that unchecked proliferation carries “significant risks” for money laundering and terrorism. during a recent financial assessment carried out on the island.

Another hint that the financial establishment may be leading from the top in its softening attitudes towards cryptocurrency can be seen in its recent online poll, on its own website, asking the question asking “How do you think you will be paying for lunch in 5 years?”  — a clear attempt to measure public feelings on cryptocurrency.

This needs to be balanced with the IMF’s stance regarding state cryptocurrencies. To date, it has come down hard on countries considering the move. There is a critical view held by economists in some countries whose governments may be considering moves to adopt a national cryptocurrency, that a mass decentralization of financial power may result in the diminishing of IMF’s authority.

A warning by IMF deputy director Dong last year clearly suggests that the organization may be secretly worried at the movement towards global digital currency adoption. While admitting that cryptocurrency had an advantage over banks when it comes to speed, anonymity, and divisibility, Dong claimed then that Bitcoin’s fixed supply was a disadvantage since that would lead to deflation, which is theorized to reduce economic activity due to money hoarding. According to him, a stable monetary system must protect against deflation.

It remains to be seen how long the IMF can tread this middle path of warnings and dabblings, caught between fear and acceptance of what many in the crypto space see as the inevitable global adoption of cryptocurrency. What of its latest toe in the water; its so-called “hub for knowledge”? It could be just a possible novelty or distraction for the agencies’ Washington-based employees at first glance, but although the two giants watching over the world’s monetary control are not predicting a permanent place for blockchain anytime soon amongst the worlds banking system and even less for cryptocurrency, they are nonetheless peeking under the carpet; not quite fear and loathing, but apprehension with interest.

 

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The Top Performing Altcoins This Year so Far

The Top Performing Altcoins This Year So Fa

With the first quarter of 2019 gone, here is a look at the top performing altcoins so far this year, taking into consideration Bitcoin’s bullish strides in the last week or so:

Highest adoption rates: 1)EOS, 2)Tron, 3)BitShares, 4)WAX

Research from Weiss Crypto Rating shows these four altcoins have experienced the highest adoption rates in the last year, proving most sustainable throughout the predominantly bear market time period.

EOS transactions ranked top of the list, the volume increasing from 7,000 per day to about 4.6 million. Tron boasted an increase from around 3,000 to 1.9 million in this time, while BitShares boasted a gain totaling nearly 1.5 million. WAX, with the fourth largest transaction increase, claimed a total of 4.4 million.

Overall, the top 10 cryptocurrencies by transaction volume had an average daily volume increase of 245% within the last year. Weiss’s calculations were based on a seven-day moving average of daily figures.

Highest value increase since the Bitcoin pump

The cryptocurrency market has finally made a rebound thanks to Bitcoin’s bull run, hitting highs not experienced in over a year. Taking with it many of the altcoins, here are the top performers from the top 100 by market cap:

1) VestChain – 95.02%

If you have not heard of VestChain before, that is not surprising; it holds the 98th position on CoinMarketCap. However, since the most recent Bitcoin boom the project has been showing real potential, gaining a huge 95.02% in just the last few weeks

2) Bitcoin Cash – 89.66%

Unsurprisingly, Bitcoin’s recent performance has given investors renewed faith in Bitcoin Cash also, with the altcoin gaining 60% in the 24-hour market rally alone.

3) IOST – 66.19%

On top of the benefits brought from Bitcoin’s performance, IOST has been enjoying a pump triggered by the launch of its mainnet several weeks ago.

4) Dogecoin – 63.77%

After a non-eventful start to the year, Dogecoin has turned it around, climbing over 60% thanks to the bullish market. Tesla founder Elon Musk has also thrown his support behind the token, describing it as ”pretty cool” and probably his favorite cryptocurrency.

Altcoins separate from Bitcoin’s movements

Despite Bitcoin pulling up altcoin performance in the last few weeks, new research has shown that the prices are no longer as correlated as they once were. In 2018, 75 percent of the top 200 coins had a strong correlation with Bitcoin, something comparatively lower this year. This is a good thing for those with or looking to gain diversified portfolios as uncorrelated investments frequently cancel each other out.

This could affect the performance of altcoins throughout the year, with stronger projects likely to be able to make significant gains even if Bitcoin loses momentum.

The research notes, however, that correlations change with time so it is important to keep an eye on the ongoing market trends.

 

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VC Tim Draper Eyeballs Facebook Coin Project as Possible Investment

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Tim Draper, Draper Associates venture capitalist and crypto pundit, is reported to be meeting with Facebook in order to determine if his company should invest in Facebook Coin – a stablecoin project being considered by the social media giant.

The idea behind Facebook Coin is to allow FB users to conduct transactions using a cryptocurrency pegged to the US dollar in tandem with WhatsApp.

Draper is certainly not shy when it comes to investments, and knows a good deal when he sees one, having invested in Telsa. Inc, Hotmail, and Skype before discovering Bitcoin in 2014 into which he invested USD 89.1 million. Since then he has become an outspoken advocate of the flagship cryptocurrency, talking up its price at every opportunity.

It’s thought that Facebook needs USD 1 Billion in venture capital to get its plans for the stablecoin project moving. The company taking more than a passing interest in the crypto space over past months hired PayPal president David Marcus to head its blockchain team. A cryptocurrency could be a massive boon to the company’s already well-heeled status claims Barclays’ analyst Ross Sandler:

“Any attempt to build out revenue streams outside of advertising, especially those that don’t abuse user privacy are likely to be well-received by Facebook’s shareholders.”

Sandler sees a potential USD 19 billion being added to Facebook’s annual revenue. Draper’s role in such a project could be quite influential given his track record, and his predictions for Bitcoin, in particular, show great faith in the future of cryptocurrencies as a concept.

Draper who’s been consistent in his prediction that Bitcoin prices would hit USD 250,000 by 2022 has views on crypto’s future that would give Facebook, with all its engineering prowess, great heart. Talking of Bitcoin’s future, Draper maintains that crypto as a vital part of the financial system will become a reality, becoming bigger than the internet.

“My reasoning is that all these engineers have to create all the things they are doing to make it really easy for us to spend it and to use it and to move it and to build it into our contracts and all of that.” He adds, “This affects the entire world and it’s going to be affected in a faster and more prevalent way than you ever imagined.”

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Binance, Morgan Creek Bosses Call for Bitcoin SV Boycott

Binance, Morgan Creek Bosses Call for Bitcoin SV Boycott

Morgan Creek Digital co-founder Anthony Pompliano has joined Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao in their condemnation of alternative crypto project Bitcoin SV (BSV). Pompliano has even called upon all exchanges to delist BSV on 1 May 2019 to protest their founders’ claims that BSV is the “real Bitcoin”.

Pompliano did so through a series of Tweets yesterday, asking all crypto users and exchanges to show their solidarity with Bitcoin as the “only Bitcoin that ever mattered”:

Every exchange should delist BSV simultaneously on May 1st in a sign of solidarity behind the only Bitcoin that ever mattered.

This community is the responsibility of the people. Sometimes we must do the hard thing, not because it is easy, but because it is right.#DelistBSV

— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) April 12, 2019

Zhao had also thrown his support behind the movement, posting on his own Twitter the same day:

Craig Wright is not Satoshi.

Anymore of this sh!t, we delist! https://t.co/hrnt3fDACq

— CZ Binance (@cz_binance) April 12, 2019

Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre, the figures behind BSV, have repeatedly insisted that their project, which forked from Bitcoin Cash (itself a fork of Bitcoin) follows the original principles of Bitcoin; hence the name “Satoshi’s Vision” in BSV.

Wright himself has caused much controversy in the past by claiming that he was himself Satoshi Nakamoto, a claim that has been thoroughly refuted.

In the eye of the storm is now deleted user Hodlonaut, who had referred to Wright and BSV as a fraud on several occasions, after gaining fame for creating the Lightning Torch Bitcoin transaction relay with Bitcoin’s Lightning Network. Things took a bad turn when Ayre offered a bounty of 70 BSV (currently under USD 5,000) to successful “doxing” (a process to reveal the identity of someone anonymous) of Hodlonaut.

Apparently, cryptocurrency supporters have joined hands to launch a legal fund for Holdonaut, in the event BSV pursues litigation. The fund has already reached almost 75% of its USD 20,000 goal at the time of writing.

 

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