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North America: Crypto and Blockchain News Roundup 9th to 15th February 2019

North America

North America

Welcome to another weekly blockchain news roundup from around the world. Here we present to you all the latest Bitcoin news continent by continent and country by country.

The United States

JP Morgan Launches New Cryptocurrency: JP Morgan, one of the biggest investment banks in the country has launched a new crypto token called JPM Coin. The new coin is more like a stablecoin and will be backed by USD.

The move was surprising because JP Morgan has long called cryptocurrencies unreliable and a scam but the latest move suggests that the mindset is currently changing and the bank is eagerly looking on to join the stablecoin bandwagon.

The coin drew a mixed response from the crypto community with Ripple’s boss Brad Garlinghouse calling it out for its lack of innovation. However, confusion surrounds much of the new JPM coin’s details.

Virginia Police Fund Invests Millions in Bitcoin: Virginia’s Police Retirement Fund of Fairfax County has announced that it will invest some of its money in Bitcoin.

The funds will be invested through Morgan Creek which will use it to invest in companies like Coinbase and Bakkt. More than USD 40 million from these pension funds will be eventually invested by Morgan Creek. This is the first time in USA that a police retirement fund is looking to invest in cryptocurrencies.

UC Berkeley Announces Accelerator for New Blockchain Startups: One of the top public universities in the US UC Berkeley has announced a new accelerator program for new blockchain startups trying to gain a footing.

The 12-weeks long program is being launched with a partnership between Berkeley Blockchain Xcelerator, Haas School for Business and Blockchain and Venture Capitalist fund Berkeley X-lab Fund. The program is open for everyone and new startups can apply to it. The selected startups will be mentored by entrepreneurs, students, alumni and investors from the industry.

IBM Looking to Fight California Drought with Blockchain: IBM is looking to employ blockchain to tackle the issue of drought in some parts of California. The project will initially observe one of the largest and at-risk aquifers in the area using sensors and blockchain to record the data.

IBM is joining hands with the University of Colorado Boulder and non-profit The Freshwater Trust (TFT) for this project and looks to test the initial effort for a potential expanded investment.

Canada

Quadriga Investors Still Unsure About their Funds: Quadriga exchange’s curious case is unfolding further as more details are emerging from the case. This week saw a flurry of new information being released to the public.

Quadriga exchange’s case is unique because its owner Gerald Cotten died with access to a cold storage wallet that had a majority of the exchange’s crypto assets. Now those funds are difficult, nearly impossible to access. At first, this week the government announced that it would do as much as it could to help the victims and retrieve funds, but it has proven to be an extremely difficult task.

Cutton’s widow may reportedly have the keys to the cold storage wallet but nothing is certain for now. A local judge has reportedly given the exchange’s operators 30 days to try and access the wallet.

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Argentina Goes With Bitcoin to Settle Export Deal

Argentina Goes With Bitcoin To Settle Export Deal

Argentina has made history by recently completing an export deal with South American neighbor Paraguay using Bitcoin as payment.

The export of pesticides and fumigation products has set an example for others in the region, showing that cryptocurrency has the potential to act as a credible form of payment at the international trade level as well as between individual users.

Although a small total in terms of export values, still the move is significant, illustrating the simplicity of the process of paying using a cryptocurrency and then converting to local currency. Argentina utilized Bitex – a Latin American financial service provider that supports Bitcoin payments- to facilitate the deal made under the Esporta Simple programme which facilitates small deals of less than USD 15,000.

This was not the first time Bitex crypto project involved the Argentinean Banco Masventas. Last year, the bank had announced the creation of a SWIFT interbank alternative, using Bitex to provide support for BTC transactions.

Paraguay itself has seen some serious activity on the cryptocurrency front since the end of 2018, following a new partnership with local Bitcoin mining equipment manufacturer Bitfury and Commons Foundation, a South Korean peer-to-peer knowledge commons research firm. The project will see the launch of several mining facilities in Paraguay.

Under the project, a remote area of Paraguay close to the borders of Brazil and Argentina is to develop its own crypto mining subculture, thanks to the world’s largest dam, the Itapúa Hydroelectric Dam – the largest operational hydroelectric energy producer in the world.

It appears Itapúa is finally going to create the regeneration many have been calling for as Paraguay’s government has revealed plans to put into action, the “Golden Goose” – a project which will see the construction of five mining centers on 50 square kilometers near the tourist border town of Ciudad del Este.

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South America: Crypto and Blockchain News Roundup 9th to 15th February 2019

South America

South America

Welcome to another weekly blockchain news roundup from around the world. Here we present to you all the latest Bitcoin news continent by continent and country by country.

Brazil

Crypto Association Launches Crypto Prize: ABCripto, one of the top two crypto exchanges in the country has launched a new crypto prize to recognize the leading experts in the field who are working in startups and market development.

The new ABCripto Prize is open for entries and applications must reach ABCripto by March 16, 2019. All innovators involved in this sector can apply for the prize by following this link. 

There are three categories for prizes in the event, including Professional of the year, Academic and Influencer. The actual date, place, jury and other details will soon be announced by the association.

Florianopolis Shopping Center to Accept Bitcoin in a First: Brazilian city of Florianopolis will see a host of new outlets accepting Bitcoin as payment at the new Multi Open Shopping Mall. They include a movie theatre, stores, and other commercial areas. More than 90 outlets in the arena are expected to accept BTC.

The BTC payment will be enabled in partnership with Bancryp which has also invested in an office in the space. Florianopolis is swiftly becoming an important tech hub of the country and accepting crypto payments will bring more investment and jobs to the area.

P2P Bitcoin Traders Adopt New Price Index: P2P Bitcoin vendors in Brazil have adopted a different Bitcoin price index because of premium related issues. While Bitcoin trading on exchanges is booming in the country, P2P vendors and traders like the ones operating on localbitcoins.com have different dynamics and thus have jacked up the price of the cryptocurrency which is a little higher than the latest official exchange rate.

There is a new index called the Brazilian Real Index (BRIX) that now truly determines the actual exchange rate in these cases. It has already been adopted by invested.com in the country.

New Bill Could Help Blockchain Penetrate Further: Newly elected president Jair Bolsanaro will soon sign a new decree that will help cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects working in the country. According to the Civic House of the Republic, the new bill will include provisions to integrate all documents with the CPF (Register of Citizens).

The new CPF integration will be registered on the blockchain, on a platform developed in partnership with Dataprev. With this implementation, Brazil will become the first country to register its citizens on a blockchain application.

Argentina

First Export Deal Settled with Bitcoin Payment: The Argentinian government has exported pesticides and fumigation products to Chile using Bitcoin in a first between the two countries. The deal was worth USD 7,100 and may form the basis of increased BTC use in the region.

The payment was facilitated by Bitex, a South American crypto payments enabler. Argentina is seeing increasing adoption of cryptocurrencies as the country is suffering from hyperinflation and other economic issues. Experts believe cryptocurrencies can help Argentina progress economically.

Chile

Central Bank Believes Cryptocurrencies are Unable to Substitute Fiat: The Chilean central bank believes that cryptocurrencies do not have the capacity right now to replace fiat currency.

In a report sent to the Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia (TDLC), a competition commission in the country, the bank’s research argues that cryptocurrencies’ market penetration and usage has many issues and it will take time for them to reach at par with the fiat currency. Legal issues and compliance will also be discussed.

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Turning Back the Clock: Investor Pays Almost $20,000 a Bitcoin in Trading Gaffe

Turning Back The Clock: Investor Pays Almost ,000 A Bitcoin In Trading Gaff

Due to a glitch this week, a small Brazilian cryptocurrency exchange turned back the clock selling cryptocurrency at 2017 prices which finally hit USD 19,000 by the end of the day.

The problem was down to a local exchange TemBTC selling to a trader who placed a large market order, which effectively “cleaned” the platform’s thinly-traded order book. Records indicate that Bitcoin was also bought for USD 16,000, USD 13,000, and USD 10,000 before mirroring the 2017 peak rate.

TemBTC’s founder Renato Abreu said that the order was placed by “someone with little knowledge who issued a large market order.” The episode saw the trader pay a price above that of bitcoin’s all-time high on Brazilian exchanges, which was of USD 18,900 in December of 2017.

Luckily for the trader, he was buying a small amount purchasing 0.0047 BTC for 340 Brazilian reals, which at the time was worth about USD 91 rather than its value of less than USD 15 on other local exchanges. At that price, a Bitcoin would have cost the buyer over USD 19,400.

Brazil has experienced a groundswell of interest in cryptocurrency despite the country’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, recently shutting down an indigenous cryptocurrency project. Bolsonaro’s pledge to open the “black box” of contracts and projects by state-owned economic development bank BNDES and other institutions does not augur well for the country’s indigenous population, who stood to gain from the issue of their own regional cryptocurrency as part of an innovative project to support minorities.

TemBTC, like other exchanges, has gained much encouragement from the rising levels of cryptocurrency trading in Brazil, with their daily trading volume reportedly hitting 2,000 BTC recently. Abreu indicated that the volume increase has been due to the “registration of large players” on the exchange.

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Samba School to Depict History of Money to Bitcoin in Rio Carnival

Samba School to Depict History of Money to Bitcoin in Rio Carnival

This year’s iconic Rio Carnival at Marquês de Sapucaí Sambódromo is to feature a performance depicting the history of money from the development of early 7th century coins to Bitcoin.

Give Me Some Money“, is the work of, no not Abba, but prominent Brazilian samba school Imperatriz Leopoldinense, who are currently working on their entry for this year’s Carnivale. The school is so confident this year that they are hoping that their elaborate entry will win them the prize for the first time since 2001.

The performance will track the history of money concluding with the advent of cryptocurrencies, mapping out the centuries and the development of coins, paper bills and finally digital currency. Imperatriz Leopoldinense explains:

“Our story is about money and its relationship with humans from their invention to the present time. It is, without a doubt, one of the most important instruments in the economic life of nations and people.”

The events at the Rio Carnival are always flamboyant and colorful, and this depiction of money through the centuries will be no different according to the school. It maps out periods from the 7th century BC to the creation of paper money in China in the 10th century, then follows the South American native population’s first encounter with European conquistadors, to Brazilian money used in the eventuating slave trade.

The school says: “Imagine what life would be without money. How could we buy and sell, receive and pay, stock up and save for the future, if it did not exist?… We’ll end the parade talking about a future already present through cryptocurrencies – a digital resource system designed to function as a medium of exchange.”

As 82-year old Mário Monteiro, who performs along with his sister Cacá Monteiro, 64, points out, it is somewhat ironic to be putting on a performance about money when the carnival is going through its most sustained period of financial difficulty in years, but adds, “It’s time to put the sadness in the drawer and take the joy out of the closet, because it’s Carnival!”

 

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Chile Central Bank: Crypto Needs Legal Framework to Substitute Fiat

Chile

Traditional money will not be substituted by cryptocurrencies in near future, stated the Central Bank of Chile (Banco Central de Chile, BCC) in a comprehensive report on digital assets.

The report was made on a special request of the Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia (TDLC). The document can be considered official as it was signed by Mario Marcel, president of the central bank. TDLC is an independent anti-monopoly institution established by the Chilean government to ensure the non-violation of free competition rules in Chile.

According to the report, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are still in early stages of development. They are represented as alternatives to fiat currency. However, at the moment, it is uncertain whether they will be able to evolve in near future or not. BCC noted that it is skeptical regarding the future of blockchain industry.

The report maintained that there is no evidence pointing towards the possibility of digital assets replacing fiat currency. In order to achieve this target, relevant regulations and legal framework have to be established at first.

The key parameters hindering the mass adoption of digital assets are: limited acceptance, slow payments, and volatility, stated the report. BCC also noted that the share of the crypto market in Chile is almost negligible as compared to conventional money.

In the report, BCC has hinted at the possible framework for crypto regulations. It is expected that digital assets will be regarded as intangible assets and a digital representation of value. Therefore, without any additional restrictions, digital assets will be used to purchase goods and services.

However, Chile has been unable to introduce a lucid legal framework for digital assets. However, after this report, it seems that the government intends to take the issue more seriously.

 

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Argentinians Can Now Use Bitcoin for State Transport

Argentinians Can Now Use Bitcoin for State Transport

Argentinians can now pay for the state public transport system Sistema Único de Boleto Electrónico (SUBE) with Bitcoin.

Ya podés cargar tu @TarjetaSUBEok con #bitcoin en https://t.co/kS1u1cZ7SJ 🚌🚎#ViajoConBitcoin #BondiConBitcoin #IntegraciónBitex #API #LoImposibleSeVolvióSimple pic.twitter.com/3dkWszeFDh

— Bitex (@bitexla) February 6, 2019

This has been made possible by Alto Viaje, the platform that is used to top up commuter SUBE cards, in a partnership with Bitex. Bitex is a blockchain-based platform that offers financial services to businesses.

The SUBE card is used by nearly 7 million commuters across 37 points in the country that include railways, bus and subway systems. Bitex CMO Manuel Beaudroit pointed out the statistics, emphasizing that such a large user base was the perfect point for support of the world’s largest cryptocurrency. In his words, the partnership’s objective was to provide people with access to “such a revolutionary technology, as Bitcoin”.

SUBE’s Alto Viaje, the platform through which the transport cards are topped up, is backed by Argentina’s Nacion Servicios SA, a subsidiary of the central bank itself, the Banco de la Nación Argentina.

Argentina has seen a lot of development in the cryptocurrency sphere last year. The ongoing economic crisis in the country has meant a lot of the population is heavily investing in cryptocurrencies. Even with being notorious for their volatility, digital tokens offer a less risky form of money holding as the country’s inflation rate continues to rise. The support of Bitcoin as a means of payment at the state level perhaps indicates that the authorities realize what benefits cryptocurrencies can have.

Blockchain voting project Democracy Earth developer Santiago Siri has gone so far as to suggest that the central bank of Argentina should have at least 1% of the national reserves in the form of Bitcoin.

LocalBitcoins, the over-the-counter crypto trading platform, saw trade volume from Argentina in the 2018 jump from 13% to more than 33,153%, representing an astounding 2,550 times increase.

 

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North America: Crypto and Blockchain News Roundup 2-8 February 2019

North America

North America

Welcome to another weekly blockchain news roundup from around the world. Here we present to you all the latest Bitcoin news continent by continent and country by country.

The United States

Leaked Info Show Possible ETF Regularization: SEC commissioner Robert Jackson’s comments, reportedly leaked before the press shows some optimism for a Bitcoin ETF regularization process from the Commission. Jackson’s comments were due to be published on 11 February 2019 but were leaked several days before.

Jackson reportedly said:

“A fund based on Bitcoin will eventually pass muster at the Securities and Exchange Commission despite that agency’s actions to deny all previous efforts.”

This renewed development in the ETF-SEC saga was a positive development for many in the crypto industry.

Winklevoss Twins Ordered to Pay Compensation for Shrem Case: Bitcoin investing pioneers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have been ordered to pay $45,000 in legal fees to Charlie Shrem, the then BitInstant owner. While the sum is quite insignificant to the famous twins, who were compensated around $70 million from Facebook a while ago, this may affect their public image, even if ever so slightly.

The Winklevosses initiated an asset freeze and investigation into Shrem after it was found that he owed them investment money. The courts eventually ruled in favour of Shrem and have ordered the reopening of his account as well as forcing the Winklevosses to pay his legal fees.

Banker Predicts Increased Interest for Cryptocurrencies from Wall Street: JPMorgan’s Global Market Strategist Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou has come out and said that Wall Street will have increased interest in cryptocurrencies in the near future.

But, at the same time, the banker insists that the market must grow before the eventual institutional investors dive into it.

He said:

“The stability that we are seeing right now in the cryptocurrency market is setting the stage for more participation by institutional investors in the future.”

But, the kind of bubble investment patterns institutional investors bring have risks of their own as well.

SEC Posts Ad for Blockchain-related Big Data: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has posted an ad on a government contracts website to acquire big data of some of the biggest public blockchain networks in the world including Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.

The reason given for the SEC is to “monitor risk and improve compliance”. The federal agency seems to have taken a liking to blockchain technology as far as academia is considered but has so far refrained from allowing many ICOs and other blockchain companies to grow in the country as part of a regulatory backlash.

In other news, the SEC is going to use Blockchain-based tools for analyzing user data. While some consider it ironic as far as the SEC is concerned, it is very much a need of the hour.

Canada

Blockchain Association Joins Hands with Chamber of Digital Commerce: The Chamber of Digital Commerce Canada has decided to join hands with the Blockchain Association of Canada according to a press release on its official website.

The new Association will be headed by Tanya Woods, executive director and policy strategist of the then BAC. She said in the press release that a strong blockchain ecosystem is being pursued by the Canadian government. She believes a strong merger of these two organizations will help the government in achieving that dream.

With Canada’s favourable regulations and progressive mindset, it is becoming one of the most innovative countries in the world when it comes to blockchain technology and its application.

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South America: Crypto and Blockchain News Roundup 2-8 February 2019

South America

South America

Welcome to another weekly blockchain news roundup from around the world. Here we present to you all the latest Bitcoin news continent by continent and country by country.

Brazil

Bitcoin’s Presence in the Carnival: Rio Di Janeiro’s extravagant carnival that draws thousands of people from around the world is likely to be full of crypto references in the country. The move is relevant because the cryptocurrencies and other blockchain applications are gaining increasing traction in the country.

Last year, Sao Paulo’s carnival had a whole block dedicated to blockchain and bitcoin for the first time. This year, the carnival in Rio will have an even more presence of cryptocurrencies.

Exchange to Help Socially Vulnerable Young People with Crypto Donations: Brazilian exchange Coinext is aiming to help young people who are in a socially vulnerable situation with the help of cryptocurrencies.

The move called Recode Movement is trying to implement the ideology of digital inclusion and dissemination of knowledge while helping people in the process. The donated amount will go directly to the Recode’s portfolio which has been operating for more than 20 years.

Recife Region Trying to Promote Cryptocurrencies for Mainstream Adoption: Brazilian region of Recife is working on implementing cryptocurrencies for daily use including acceptability in banks, retailers, eateries and other public places.

According to Raphael Vasconcelos, the owner of a local cafe:

“We are benefited by being in the technology region of Recife, where it is easier to find people with a portfolio of bitcoins in their pockets, but the staff has used them. This creates a good image for us”

There are currently over 80 places that accept cryptocurrencies from gas stations to retailers and even legal firms.

House of Representative to Discuss Bitcoin Regulation: The Brazilian Chamber of Deputies saw a new cryptocurrency regulation bill filed. The details of the bill are currently not well known and more clarity will come once the bill will go under discussion in the house.

The bill was authored by Deputy Aureo Ribeiro from Rio but he was unavailable for comment till the reporting of this news. Cryptocurrency regulation is a sensitive issue in the country as the government is torn between allowing the new asset class to grow and create jobs while trying to clamp down on money laundering and other negative uses of the sector.

Venezuela

New Crypto Bill Enforced: A new piece of crypto legislation named “Constituent Decree on the Integral System of Crypto Assets” has been enforced in the South American country. The much-delayed legislation was initially approved as early as 2018 by the constituent assembly but was delayed due to official red tape.

The bill includes extensive 63 articles that cover a wide range of topics from definitions of blockchain, mining, cryptography, and more. It also has a definition for national cryptocurrency, which in Venezuela’s case is the Petro. But, the bill also empowers the national crypto watchdog named Sunacrip to have overwhelming control of all crypto platforms.

Argentina

37 Cities to Allow Commuting Charges to be Paid in Bitcoin: 37 cities all across Argentina will now allow paying of commuting charges through Bitcoin. The commuters use a card named SUBE that can be recharged with money electronically.

The addition of Bitcoin as an alternative has been received positively by the Argentinians as more and more parts of the country warm up to the idea of cryptocurrencies for daily use. Cryptocurrency platform Bitex will be used to transfer BTC to the SUBE card.

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Blockchain Association of Canada Merges with Chamber of Digital Commerce

Blockchain Association of Canada Merges with Chamber of Digital Commerce

The Chamber of Digital Commerce, Canada’s largest blockchain trade association, has decided to join hands with the Blockchain Association of Canada (BAC). The new organization will be named as the Chamber of Digital Commerce Canada. An official press release on the website of the Chamber of Digital Commerce confirmed the news of this partnership.

Tanya Woods, executive director and policy strategist of the BAC, will serve as the managing director of this new association. Woods has experience of working with Microsoft, BCE, the Canadian government and Nintendo. She stated in the press release that a strong and coordinated blockchain ecosystem is desired by the Canadian government and blockchain leaders. Such a system should facilitate a collaborative environment and ensure the progress of blockchain technology in Canada.

Executive chairman of the Blockchain Research Institute, Don Tapscott, expressed his views by saying that Canada had the potential to become a world leader in the crypto sector. He believed it essential for Canada to have a united blockchain community.

Established in July 2014, the Chamber of Digital Commerce comprises of 200 companies. These companies include tech-giants like Microsoft, Bitpay, IBM and Overstock. These companies are now looking to invest in blockchain technology.

Recently, in October 2018, reports came out that a blockchain shipping solution developed by IBM would be used by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) on a trial basis. The blockchain-based system is expected to bring cost effectiveness, fewer errors and automation of distribution and trade processes.

Owing to its favorable regulations, low energy costs, innovation and high-speed internet, Canada is poised to become a global leader in the crypto sector.

 

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