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Enrolment Race Pushes Business Schools to Update Crypto Curricula

Enrolment Race Pressures Business Schools to Update Crypto Curricula

Recent reports indicate that rather than course numbers dropping due to a market down, the numbers of potential new entrants into the cryptocurrency space from other sectors are swelling. With top blockchain developers in the US pulling down salaries above USD 250,000, it is hardly surprising that the recent cryptocurrency bear market has done little to deter those considering entering the industry.

For many, the main route into the burgeoning fintech space has now become via a growing range of courses being offered by major universities and business schools around the world.

Courses are now on offer from far and wide whether it be in the Scottish Highlands, Ivy League Cornell and Stanford in New England or in sunny Cyprus. For those wanting a cultural slant on life for a short period, Saint Petersburg’s State University of Economics and Moscow’s Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) also both run blockchain technology courses. However, there is already a waiting list.

Professor David Yermack from NYC Stern School of Business came early to the university’s MBA program for blockchain and cryptocurrency education. His class has already doubled over the past year and as a result, he has had to move his lectures to a larger auditorium to cater for the swelling numbers at Stern.

The prestigious New York University first established its School of Accounts and Finance in 1900; Stern is one of the oldest and most prestigious business schools in the world. It is also a founding member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

A notable factor of the current surge to find a place on blockchain and cryptocurrency course is not the just amount of courses becoming available but the way in which some of the world’s most prestigious educational institutions have led the march towards fintech education. A recent Coinbase survey revealed that 42% of the world’s top 50 universities offer at least one course relating to blockchain or cryptocurrencies.

Some 22% of the universities offered more than one course, with Stanford listing ten classes and Cornell nine. The National University of Singapore ranked highest of the non-US universities with five blockchain-related courses. The US universities were far more likely to offer related courses than those abroad; just 5 of the 18 non-US institutions offered such classes.

Clearly, Ivy League universities appreciate the credentials of fintech, with Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Stanford University, Dartmouth College, and the University of North Carolina (UNC), all making investments from their endowments into at least one crypto fund.

Finding a place at one of these and other universities won’t get easier though, particularly in the light of tech recruitment sites such as Toptal reporting a 700% increase in demand for skilled blockchain developers since the beginning of last year.

 

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Upbeat Investors Maintain Bullish Predictions, Diversification

Upbeat Investors Maintain Bullish Predictions, Diversification

The likes of billionaire Tim Draper who is never short of making upbeat predictions regarding cryptocurrencies are not mainstream investors and are their observations are unlikely to have their desired impact on markets.

This is not to say that the next run on crypto markets could be a huge surge towards Bitcoin’s heady highs of 2017. This according to many is reliant not on input from players such as Draper and ex-hedge fund manager and CEO of Galaxy Investment Mike Novogratz, but more on historically-based theory.

Novogratz claims have done rather well from investing in cryptocurrency but the key is how much has he been able to lose. He stated in 2017 that 20% of his net worth was in Bitcoin and Ethereum, claiming that he made USD 250 million from cryptocurrency from 2016-2017.

It is worth considering then, the other 80% of his non-crypto assets. Like Tim Draper and any sensible investor, he diversified his investment portfolios early on, thereby enabling him to take the sort of hits that would be terminal for most other cryptocurrency investors.

Draper, holding an MBA from Harvard Business School, comes from a long line of banking venture capitalists and is far too canny to be totally crypto-asset dependent; another who can ride any storm with a 100% guarantee of survival.

This is obviously not the case for normal retail investors and individual traders, who take a deep breath with every dip in the market, waiting eagerly for the SEC to wake up and realize that cryptocurrencies are here to stay.

Jim Breyer, a billionaire venture capitalist, added that the world’s best computer scientists are heading to the blockchain space and this is where the future lies:

“So many of the very best computer scientists and deep learning PhD students and postdocs are working on blockchain because they have so much fundamental interest in what blockchain can mean. You don’t want to bet against the best and brightest in the world.”

Cryptocurrencies are clearly not a fad, but those warnings about not overloading one’s cryptocurrency portfolio but maintaining a sensible split between crypto and fiat remain true, at least until the market stabilizes. Billionaires are quite happy spending other people’s money. It may be more advisable to listen to Wall St which tends to be far more stoic, based on what horse racing pundits would call “form”.

The form is that over the past nine years, Bitcoin has survived five bubble-crash-build-rally cycles seeing it fall by about 85% on average and then recover to a new all-time high. From USD 19,500, Bitcoin has dropped about 82% in value and the 85% point would be at around USD 2,950.

So, another drop towards this figure shouldn’t surprise, nor should a bull run following that level. Bitcoin could still be first past the post. It’s early days.

 

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Coinbase CEO: Virtual Reality and Crypto Next Big Combo

Coinbase CEO: Virtual Reality and Crypto Next Big Combo

Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has said that cryptocurrency has the potential to turn Virtual Reality into a full-time job.

Armstrong suggests that virtual spaces could create their own currencies or even make use of existing ones such as Bitcoin or Ethereum by integrating the means for users to spend crypto in the same way as they are currently using fiat.

Developers would see more time spent on such games, according to the Coinbase boss, taking it much further into the realms of Sci-fi by suggesting that players could use the virtual world to support themselves in the real world, cashing in their accrued gaming funds for “real” use, such as paying rent. He speculates:

“Perhaps we’ll see virtual bank buildings with pillars, virtual bank vaults that spin when you open them, and virtual tellers with glasses.” The exchange magnate, clearly a follower of the gaming and VR world added, “Ready Player One had a great visual of coins being collected in the game, and spilling out of characters when they were killed (leaving a big pile of loot on the ground).”

Clearly, Armstrong has seen the potential of turning VR ownership into the real thing via some of his own exchange-listed cryptocurrencies. But in reality, there’s still a long way to go – crossing the bridge from virtual into reality.

Armstrong appears to be in touch with the man on the street, if not through gaming and VR, then certainly in terms of what reality actually means for many of the world’s “have-nots” these days. This was shown by his recent personal $1 million giveaway through his charity project called GiveCrypto.

The project is a global enterprise which will give out cryptocurrency donations to worthy recipients, who will then be able to make personal choices in whether to keep their donations as cryptocurrency or exchange them for fiat. GiveCrypto wants to raise USD 10 million by the end of 2018 and grow to a fund of USD 1 billion over two years. Donations will hopefully come from wealthy donors who have amassed wealth through cryptocurrency, passing on their good fortunes to those in need of financial help. Suggested cryptocurrencies for donations are Bitcoin, Ripple, and Zcash.

Ripple’s co-founder Chris Larsen has already put in an undisclosed donation into the Armstrong charity hat. This may not be all that Ripple will be putting into Coinbase’s coffers if recent news that Coinbase plans to list XRP on its exchange becomes reality…. that’s not a virtual one by the way!

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American Express Praises Ripple for Cross Border Payments

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According to a top American Express representative, Ripple has the potential to revolutionize cross-border transactions globally.

Speaking in Madrid recently at the Wings of Change Europe conference, Carlos Carriedo, the credit card giant’s general manager of corporate payments indicated this was one reason that blockchain integration was high on the company’s agenda for change.

Clearly, Ripple’s XRP has caught the eye as the preferred blockchain route for the company moving forward, if Carriedo’s views are a clear representation of the Amercian Express’ programme for future development of financial services around the globe. He explained why his company was looking at Ripple becoming a significant blockchain partner in the future:

“Blockchain is absolutely an option we’re looking at. Just to give you a sense, we have invested in a fintech lab based on blockchain technology, just to understand how to leverage this better…We did a test, partnering with Santander locally, and with Ripple to just do cross-border transactions…And in a matter of seconds, through this test, our clients were able to transfer funds in a very transparent and seamless way, from one part of the world to the other one.”

Ripple itself has just joined three other partners to form a European blockchain called “Blockchain for Europe” in order to bring together what it describes as “fragmented” voices in Europe into a “more unified whole” in matters of the blockchain. Such moves are sure to offer confidence to intuitional players such as American Express, in the fact that Ripple is becoming a far more representative voice for the blockchain industry as a whole, despite its Bitcoin purist detractors.

Ripple is spreading its global network. And by working with American Express, collaborating with Santander to reduce the current inefficiencies of cross-border payments it has heightened its global profile. Also, significantly Ripple has gained approval to operate in China, opening up other opportunities in the region.  By using Ripple, Santander has stated that it wants to fundamentally change cross-border payments universally by establishing a strong alliance between the two companies. AM’s Carriedo again, speaking of the future of payments:

“There is more to come. There’s still a lot of things that need to get addressed with blockchain as a technology. But it’s very promising…The future is definitely digital. Digital is the way payments will continue to be across both the consumer part of the business the commercial part of the business”.

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South Africa Considers Crypto as Part of National Payment System

South Africa’s Reserve Bank (SARB) alongside the country’s National Treasury has been discussing the possible implementation of new measures for the National Payment System (NPS) with cryptocurrency as one option.

The National Payment System is regarded by South Africa as “one of the pillars of financial stability of the economic system” and the SARB “oversees the safety and soundness of the system and implements risk-reduction measures in the payment system to reduce systemic risk. The Reserve Bank provides an inter-bank settlement service via the real-time electronic settlement system – the South African Multiple Option Settlement (SAMOS) system.

This system first adopted in 1998 is now regarded as outmoded by legislators and in need of updating and have asked interested parties to put forward ideas as to how the bill can now be modified in line with some of the new technologies becoming available. Consequently, digital technologies including DLT have fallen under the legislators’ microscope.

South Africa is currently one of the continent’s made advocates of digital technologies particularly in its advancement of blockchain and cryptocurrency. SARB has already trialed a multi-bank testing of bank-to-bank transfers using blockchain testing the Ethereum based platform Quorum in collaboration with eight banks including, Absa, Capitec, Discovery, Investec, FirstRand, Nedbank, and Standard Bank.

Earlier this year SARB also proposed the launching of Project Khoka to examine the use of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) as a method for processing secure payments using Quorum, an Ethereum blockchain-based system.

This new proposal by SARB illustrates the state’s determination to meld blockchain technology into the fabric of the country’s financial system and bring digital technology into the forefront of revolutionizing current payment systems in South Africa.

Regulators alongside SARB and the National Treasury will examine responses before making the necessary legislative proposals for changing current systems post-February 2019.

With increased levels of investment in South Africa becoming public knowledge the tax office is also making changes to its own legislation to allow for cryptocurrency. South Africa Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner Mark Kingon has said that the government department is investigating alternative methods to find and identify investors who may be avoiding taxes.

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Japanese Police Investigate 700% Increase in Suspicious Crypto Activity

Japanese Police Investigate 700% Increase in Suspicious Crypto Activity

Japan’s National Police Agency (NPA) has announced a huge hike in reports of dubious cryptocurrency transactions, most which occurred between January and October of this year.

In all, 5,944 reports from cryptocurrency exchanges were recorded, possibly linked to money laundering and tax evasion. These figures represent an eight-fold increase from the 699 cases reported in 2017.

Japan has the world’s most progressive regulatory climate for cryptocurrencies with a buoyant and energetic market. Its regulator has tightened regulation om trading and exchanges over time in order to provide a secure business environment and now requires all cryptocurrency exchanges to be screened and registered by the Financial Services Agency (FSA). In 2017, this vigilance was stepped up by the FSA also requiring a form of mandatory reporting expecting exchanges to report any suspect trading activity to the regulator.

These laws appear to have done little to prevent an escalation in cases of illegal activity, although they are at least now being brought into the public light. An NPA official commented, “It’s already been some time since the reporting system began, and it has been embraced by the industry through guidance from the Financial Services Agency.”

The cost of this crime, however, is alarming, with the JPY 660 million stolen from crypto exchanges and individual wallets swelling to a huge JPY 60 billion in only the first half of 2018.

Just this week, the National Safety Commission released its latest report on the state of the industry with regards to the misuse of cryptocurrency funds, a factor that many nations’ leaders cite as being the main deterrent towards civic adoption by central governments and banking institutions.

The main areas of misuse thrown up by the report include factors such as reuse of the same face photo by several users with different names and birth dates, multiple trading accounts initiated from a single IP address, logins from overseas on accounts with Japan addresses, as well as registration of out-of-use mobile phone numbers.

But FSA registrations continue, with 16 recent exchanges passing the screening process and another three awaiting the green light to operate, highlighting that the FSA feels that it has this situation under control.

 

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Breaking: Coinbase One Step Closer to Listing Ripple

Breaking: Coinbase One Step Closer to Listing Ripple

It’s been a long wait with plenty of speculation but exchange giant Coinbase has finally bitten the bullet and announced on its blog today that it will add support for Ripple on its exchange after it gets final approval.

The news was revealed today along with an announcement that a package of some 30 crypto assets is likely to be added to its current discrete selection of cryptocurrencies, along with Cardano (ADA), NEO, and Tezos (XTZ).  The post is most likely a response to customers continued complaints that no support has existed for the second largest cryptocurrency after Bitcoin.

One thing that Coinbase has clarified is that not all of the names on its new hit list of favorable currencies will necessarily be listed, but it’s a positive step further for patient Ripple investors who have had to seek out other exchanges in order to carry out transactions, clearly losing Ripple significant business over time.

The following are among the Coinbase list of possible listings:

Cardano (ADA), Aeternity (AE), Aragon (ANT), Bread Wallet (BRD), Civic (CVC), Dai (DAI), district0x (DNT), EnjinCoin (ENJ), EOS (EOS), Golem Network (GNT), IOST (IOST), Kin (KIN), Kyber Network (KNC), ChainLink (LINK), Loom Network (LOOM), Loopring (LRC), Decentraland (MANA), Mainframe (MFT), Maker (MKR), NEO (NEO), OmiseGo (OMG), Po.et (POE), QuarkChain (QKC), Augur (REP), Request Network (REQ), Status (SNT), Storj (STORJ), Stellar (XLM), XRP (XRP), Tezos (XTZ), and Zilliqa (ZIL).

Coinbase’s post stated today:

“Adding new assets requires significant exploratory work from both a technical and compliance standpoint, and we cannot guarantee that all the assets we are evaluating will ultimately be listed for trading. Furthermore, our listing process may result in some of these assets being listed solely for customers to buy and sell, without the ability to send or receive using a local wallet.”

In January when its last concrete announcement regarding Ripple was made  that the then third top listed cryptocurrency wouldn’t be listed on its exchange, Ripple’s token, XRP, proceeded to lose roughly a third of its value.

It remains to see what impact a final stamp of approval will have on Ripple’s current fortunes.

 

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Researchers Develop Algorithm to Predict Pump and Dump Schemes

Researchers Develop Algorithm to Predict Pump and Dump Schemes

Researchers from Imperial College London have developed an algorithm which they say can be used to predict cryptocurrency “pump and dump” schemes, something that allegedly contributes to USD 7 million worth of trading every month.

Pump and dump is a form of insider trading that has become increasingly commonplace since the rise of tokens in the cryptocurrency industry. It begins with an organizer accumulating a large amount of an obscure token in private, before announcing it to a closed group which then begin purchasing it also in large amounts, spiking the value.

Within minutes the selloff begins, with participants making an easy profit off those slow to the game and unaware of what was really going on.

While pump and dump schemes are present in conventional commodities trading, it is tightly regulated and participants can find themselves is significant trouble with the law. The issue in the cryptocurrency market is that there is no central authority to crack down on those responsible, hence these types of activity continue to take place, usually organized on private channels such as Telegram.

Jiahua Xu and Benjamin Livshits from Imperial College London have used machine learning to give investors a way to spot the schemes themselves, with some mathematical legwork.

Looking at 236 pump and dump cases, the researchers noted that the targeted cryptocurrency was nearly always preceded by unusual buying activity as the organizer accumulated a store prior to the pump. “The study reveals that pump-and-dump organizers can easily use their insider information to take extra gain at the sacrifice of fellow pumpers,” they explained.

These schemes can be avoided by identifying unusual buying patterns in obscure coins, Xu and Livshits identified, backing up their theory by training a machine learning algorithm with historical pump and dump data.

This is not a final solution, however, as organizers of these scams may change the patterns of their behavior to avoid detection by the algorithm.

 

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Western Australia Get First Blockchain Center as Perth Goes Crypto Crazy

Western Australia Get First Blockchain Center as Perth Goes Crypto Crazy

Western Australia is having to reinvent itself after being the hub of Australia’s massive gold mining industry for years, and blockchain and cryptocurrency are beckoning.

Mining in Western Australia, together with the petroleum industry in the state, accounted for 92% of the State’s and 41% of Australia’s income from total merchandise exports in 2015-16. The state hosted 111 principal mining projects and hundreds of smaller quarries and mines.

Over the past few years mining has taken a hit, but this is nothing new to West Australians who have lived in a boom-bust economy for years. Experts say it is on the brink of another mining boom with new projects and tens of thousands of jobs to be created in the next year. FMG, Rio Tinto and BHP are set to invest billions of dollars to recruiters struggling already to keep up with demand for workers.

New game in town

The state’s capital, Perth, on the banks of the meandering Swan River, has been both the beneficiary and the victim of the state’s boom-bust economic roller coaster, most recently affected by China’s own economy and its need for minerals. A new game in town which local business has taken to is the city’s Blockchain Center, a project created in order to push new technologies such as blockchain into business and public consciousnesses. Investors in Perth have been moving away from the state’s backbone traditional investments such as real estate and mining over the past 18 months towards developing technologies.

Australia itself is becoming a blockchain and cryptocurrency trendsetter, with the newly-elected government showing a great interest in leveraging blockchain into government department systems in a number of sectors. Crypto towns have appeared, and in some areas travelling without a Bitcoin payment facility could cause problems for the keen traveller as locals try to create bitcoin communities to boost tourism.

Perth Blockchain Center will allow startups to share resources and ideas with like-minded business personnel and entrepreneurs. Sam Lee is the brains behind the venture, which he hopes will encourage business to stay in the city by offering every resource that a blockchain startup might need. He points out:

“Whether it’s a retail investor or a developer interested in implementing the technology, a blockchain center as the knowledge hub has the access required to upskill the local ecosystem to ensure better outcomes through higher quality projects.”

Lee maintains that a problem for new startups in this field is frequently that such companies are unable to access capital, often driving them overseas for a more supportive business environment. The center plans to change this situation, encouraging these young start-ups to stay in town through its knowledgeable local support.

Also in Western Australia’s capital, Perth Mint announced earlier this year that it had plans to win back investors who lost funds at the end of 2017 by creating the Mint’s own cryptocurrency backed by gold. Perth Mint is Australia’s largest exporter of gold, with about USD 18 billion in revenue from exported metals. Richard Hayes, Director of the Perth Mint commented:

“…you see this massive influx of capital and funds into Bitcoin and its derivatives because people are looking for something other than traditional forms of investment… [our own crypto] would have all the beneficial aspects of a distributed networks, namely very fast transactions which will facilitate trade. However, it will be backed and supported by precious metals. So, there is a non-virtual aspect of it that will ensure its value.”

 

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Russian Gazprombank to Launch Crypto Trading Service

Russian Gazprombank to Launch Crypto Trading Service

State-owned Russian bank Gazprombank is making good on suggestions it made earlier in the year that it was hoping to provide cryptocurrency assets to its clients in the future.

Back in March, Gazprombank’s Swiss division declared that demand from clients asking for facilitation and management of cryptocurrency funds meant that this next move was definitely on its radar and consequently a July pilot was put in motion.

The Russian government is still reviewing cryptocurrency regulation under the Digital Assets Regulation Bill, filed 25 January. The bill defines cryptocurrencies and tokens as digital financial assets. If the bill passes in its current form, it would allow trading on cryptocurrency exchange operators with authorized Know-Your-Customer (KYC) standards. This would also apply to initial coin offerings (ICOs) established in Russia. The Russian Duma will also lay out specifications for interacting with crypto and blockchain-related technologies.

The bank has decided to forge ahead with 2019 as its latest target, snapping up partners Avaloq and Metaco on the way, using SILO, a product developed by blockchain technology company Metaco. Metaco has integrated SILO into one of Avaloq’s Banking Suite product. An older, more established company, Avaloq supplies “core banking” products to some major financial institutions, including HSBC, Barclays and the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Avaloq’s Group Chief Technology Officer Thomas Beck claims that Metco’s integration of DLT will give crypto traders an extra layer of security:

“Thanks to the close integration of the Metaco storage solution, banking and wealth management customers won’t have to trust additional third parties when trading with cryptocurrencies. By bringing together all asset classes in one portfolio view, the solution will also ensure the highest levels of convenience and usability.”

In a joint statement released by the companies involved, they’ve stated that the bank will be able to “buy, sell and transfer crypto assets and currencies on behalf of clients and provide a consolidated portfolio view, without any need for a crypto-wallet or private key management”.

In other breaking crypto news from the region, the Russian Intellectual Property (IP) court has successfully used a blockchain-based solution for storing copyright data, with the court using blockchain solution provider IPChain‘s system to record a change in rights holder data of an IP, thus saving the data on the decentralized ledger permanently.

The IP recording platform is already working for the government of Uzbekistan, helping it record copyright data, especially in science and innovative sectors. Uzbekistan has also penned a deal with Kyrgyzstan’s State Patent Office, helping them digitize and store records in a decentralized environment.

 

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