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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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Two Men Charged as Dubious OneCoin Hits Singapore

Two Men Charged as Dubious OneCoin Hits Singapore

OneCoin, a cryptocurrency listed as fraudulent in the US, has become the subject of a court case in Singapore with two men currently held under arrest for promoting a multi-level marketing scheme.

The men currently being held are facing charges for incorporating a company called One Concept Pte Ltd in violation of Singapore’s Multi-Level Marketing and Pyramid Selling (Prohibition) Act. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) have listed OneCoin and One Concept Pte Ltd on the Investor Alert List (IAL).

A news release over the arrests stated: “the fact that a company is listed on the IAL does not necessarily mean that it has breached any of MAS’ regulations. However, investors should bear in mind that these entities have had a past record of being wrongly perceived by others as being licensed by the MAS when they are not.”

New Zealand is another country which has issued a warning regarding OneCoin in the past. In this case was revealed by the Commercial Affairs Department that the scheme involved the purchasing of educational courses and promotional tokens which could be used to mine OneCoins, a Bulgarian created token with features similar to Bitcoin.

The Singapore Police Force has warned the public about the risks of being involved in any One Concept Pte Ltd marketing schemes and OneCoin itself. If convicted the two men face a maximum jail term of up to five years or a stiff fine which could be as much as USD 200,000.

Singapore has a limited history of cryptocurrency-related crime. The last major case involved a claim of some BTC 3,085 due to a trade reversal by Quoine exchange in 2017 when market maker B2C2 sued Quoine for the unauthorized reversal of 7 trade orders amounting to BTC 3,092, placed by the plaintiff on the defendant’s exchange platform.

 

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EU Report: Blockchain Key to ”Digital Twin” Transformation, Brings Trust

EU Report: Blockchain Key to ''Digital Twin'' Transormation, Brings Trust

A report published by the European Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum cites blockchain technology as fundamental in the next generation digital transformation, facilitating trustful transactions between parties.

Dr Tim Weingärtner, a professor at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences & Arts, authored the report, featuring it on the concept of a ”digital twin” world. This concept essentially looks to build a replica of the physical world within the digital realm, utilizing artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and tokens to represent physical objects, all underlined with blockchain as the ledger.

While blockchain would be used to identify and tokenize physical objects, smart contracts would also be vital in providing a tamper-proof digital environment, the report claims. Smart contracts would enable a secure, automated financial environment.

The Ethereum blockchain is touted as the best for creating and managing tokens, praised for its programming language and existing code examples.

The report claims this embedded connection between the digital and physical worlds will be particularly crucial in the near future because of exponential growth, explaining: ”…The physical world will be exceeded by the digital world in the coming years. This means that speed, growth, and complexity will increase by a multiple.”

 

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US Talk Radio Raises Over $80,000 in Crypto to Build Ugandan Orphanage

US Talk Radio Raises Over ,000 in Crypto to Build Ugandan Orphanage

An independent Free Talk Live broadcast show (FTL) broadcast from New Hampshire has announced that it has been able to raise over USD 80,000 towards establishing an orphanage for Ugandan children.

The project to build an orphanage in a small Ugandan village has been led by The Foundation of Hope Uganda and one of the foundation’s ministers, Ndifuna Johnson. Much of the funds have come from an unexpected source: the radio show’s listeners.

Using FTL’s cryptocurrency tip jar, listeners have been able to donate DASH, BTC, BCH through Shapeshift. Co-host Mark Edge has put out the good word and a call for funds via his broadcasts which reaches nearly 200 radio stations.

With USD 45,000 in digital funds already raised for the orphanage’s construction and now a further USD 35,000 amassed for the purchase of the land which will purchase the children’s new home, the project is well on the way. FTL had also previously hooked Bitcoin.com, Cell411 and the Shire Free Church in order to raise the much-needed capital.

This is very much a hands-on project, with the villages all chipping in where they could to make it happen, including handcrafting thousands of clay bricks in anticipation of the funds being raised. FTL’s Mark Edge was clearly impressed by the level of community activity and spirit shown once the project had been announced, commenting:

“They did it piece by piece, first the foundation, walls, second floor — Bit by bit, over time. It looks great and can fit 40 kids. It also functions as a sort of community center for all the children in the village.”

With the children taken care of, the orphanage cum community center will also allow the tiny Ugandan village to free its residents for other important tasks relevant to the livelihood of the community such as tending livestock and growing crops.

P2P cryptocurrency exchange Paxful has also made a name as a humanitarian financer of worthwhile projects in such small villages in Africa, supporting the construction of two schools, this time in Rwanda.

NGO Zam Zam Water, in a cooperative project with Paxful, had planned to raise USD 100,000 for an education center in Rwanda’s Bugesera District comprising two schools back in August. This followed on from the construction of the first primary school earlier in the year using Paxful’s BuiltWithBitcoin initiative and a donation of USD 50,000 in Bitcoin.

The second, much larger, project has now been fundraised for and completed in the space of just a few short months, providing the region with its second school double the size of the first, with six classrooms and six full-time teachers. The school also has its own cafeteria, potable well, and sustainable solar panel power system.

 

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North Korean Dissidents Sell “Post-Liberation Blockchain Visas” on Ethereum

North Korean Dissidents Sell “Post-Liberation Blockchain Visas” on Ethereum

Political dissidents of North Korea’s authoritarian leader Kim Jong-un have taken to the Ethereum blockchain to issue so-called “post-liberation blockchain visas” in an effort to raise cryptocurrency funds to overthrow the government.

So far, the group known as the Cheollima Civil Defense (CCD) has raised USD 57,000 in Bitcoin and will be selling the G-VISAs for ETH 1 each.

CCD says the visas will allow international travelers to visit the country once Jong-un’s regime has been overturned, with 2,000,000 nun-fungible ERC-721 based tokens to be created.

A list of ten rules has been attached to the visas, including an expiration date of 1 March 2029 and maximum visitation length of 45 days. Visa holders will be granted anonymity throughout the process.

G-VISAs can officially be purchased from 24 March at 12:00 UTC, although the CCD has listed Bitcoin and Ethereum addresses where they have already collected the USD 57,000 in donations. CCD guidelines strictly state that the tokens are not for trading or participating in other speculative activities.

The dissenting political group has implored international media to restrain from publishing any personal information on its members due to the risks posed by government officials in North Korea.

The statement to the media, published in both Korean and English, reads:”The identification of even a single member could lead to the identities of others. Several of us have already escaped their attempts on our lives and that of our families.”

 

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Crypto the Movie Now Due for 12th April Release

Crypto the Movie Now Due for 12th April Release

With the current rise of cryptocurrency, people are finding new ways to exploit the financial system and the global economy. After discovering evidence of fraud, a young US government agent named Martin is tasked with following a long trail of corruption and theft. During his investigation, he finds that the people involved are more powerful than he could have ever imagined, and have become skilled in the use of cryptocurrency.

This is the plot of the latest “crypto on film” development. The much-awaited film, Crypto, starring Kurt Russell, has finally arrived; the trailer is out, and the big screen depiction of the wonderful ups and downs of a nascent industry taking the financial world by storm is due for release on 12 April.

Of course, all should be taken with just a grain of salt, and it’s all simply good fun. How much the script bears up in terms of verisimilitude to actual cryptocurrency world is left for others to comment. How likely criminals are to leave files clearly marked “Kickbacks” is also left for compliance officers to comment on.

An anti-money laundering expert’s trip to small-town America and a subsequent run-in with the Russian mob is the basic meat and bones on which the plot is hung upon with Kurt Russell in the central role.

The movie world still awaits another crypto project starring Michael Keaton a film about the life of controversial crypto advocate John McAfee, the man who made millions creating antivirus software. It appears that Johnny Depp was the original choice, but was fired before the Birdman star was drafted in to play.

 

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Germany’s Stance on Security Tokens Could Be a Green Light for Europe

In a surprise move, the German Ministry of Finance has called for recognition of blockchain-based securities as a legitimate form of financial instrument.

Friday’s announcement suggested that German law needed to recognize these types of securities, and legislation should be brought into place to support the changes. The new paper published by the ministry last week stated that “the currently mandatory documentary embodiment of securities (paper form) should no longer apply without restriction.”

The German government wants to start with electronic bonds and then later address digital shares. Such securities would in future be registered by a single government agency as yet to be established. This, in the view of the ministry, would ensure no risk of tampering or manipulation. In terms of utility tokens, the paper outlined:

“As a rule, utility tokens do not constitute securities, investments or other financial instruments under the German Securities Trading Act and in most cases will not be electronic bonds in the future,” although “it could be determined by law that a public offer of utility tokens may only take place if the provider has previously published an information sheet.”

There is also a draft bill on Security Token Offerings (STOs) passing through the German Parliament, although in the opinion of Christian Democratic Union (CDU) member Senator Thomas Heilmann, who maintains that although it is an interesting technology “many people don’t understand it,” showing there is still a fintech gap in Germany’s ruling house.

The feeling is that Germany could steal a march on other European nations with this legislation, if passed and become the leader in tokenized finance in Europe, further creating a precedent for EU-wide regulations on security tokens moving forward.

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Crypto360 Exclusive: Inheritance, Custody – Crypto Deserves Same Protection as Traditional Assets

Crypto360 Exclusive: Inheritance, Custody – Crypto Deserves Same Protection as Traditional Assets

As the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries mature, firms are beginning to use the technologies to create increasingly sophisticated alternatives to mainstream financial services. Beyond cryptocurrency exchanges, startups have created solutions for cryptocurrency loan services and futures trading, with many expected to see a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund in action later this year.

Based in Italy, Crypto360 is one such company offering an innovative finance solution as a digital currency custody provider. The project has two main selling points: 1) it offers a legally compliant platform to administer digital currency inheritance and 2) it provides a custody solution suitable for institutional and retail traders alike.

Ivan Rossi, who works at the company’s front desk, told Bitcoin News:

”We want to give to cryptocurrencies the same protection that traditional assets have on the hereditary front, and we do it in a different way from the competitors without taking possession of the asset.”

Crypto360’s founders claim they were ”not amazed” by other custody solution providers in the market but appreciated that these alternatives confirmed that custody is valid if integrated with the possibility for assets to be handed down in the face of decisive events.

Contractual and conditional custody on the go

The firm provides an ”ad hoc solution” for institutional investors, offering them different contractual conditions from that of other investors. 

A major group of users is expected to be those looking for a way to manage their cryptocurrency for inheritance with full legal compliance. Rossi explained, ”It is compatible with local tax laws because cryptocurrencies are not yet included as goods in the hereditary asset. The Crypto360 service has been conceived as an encrypted custody of private keys and the aspect of succession is an integrative character that makes its sphere of application complete.”

As well as inheritance, clients can assign a designated beneficiary to assume funds in the event of a particular incident that is contractually identified. 

The platform does save a copy of clients passwords but this is protected by a double level of encryption and stored in protected archives. If somehow the account was accessed fraudulently, any request to redeem funds in the account would be met with a request to verify the individual’s identity.

Rossi told Bitcoin News that the security process on Crypto 360 means the usual storage precautions needed to protect your private key does not apply. ”Clients can pin their password up on the wall or store it freely on multiple clouds. He could adopt any duplication and storage solution without countermeasures for the secret protection of the data, all in order to prevent its loss and without the fear that someone can use it,” he explained.

Because Crypto360 securely stores an encrypted copy of clients’ security details, if you lose your password through your own negligence you have not lost access to your account. As the company’s white paper cites, in 2017, as much as 23% of mined Bitcoins had been lost forever due to human error, so this is a way to help prevent client holdings from joining that statistic.

Security is, however, still a huge issue for cryptocurrency traders as compromised exchanges continue to make the headlines. Most recently it was revealed QuadrigaCX was given another 45-day extension for creditor protection, meaning any clients who lost money when the exchange lost control of USD 134 million in cryptocurrency will be unable to begin legal proceedings against the exchange during this time period. The exchange claims it lost control of the funds when its founder, who had sole control of the funds, died suddenly without passing on the private keys.

Rossi stated that Crypto 360 offers a different service to that of cryptocurrency exchanges, also operating with a unique security protocol which means incidents such as that experienced by QuadrigaCX would not happen on their platform. He added, ”It is important for users in the crypto world to understand that it is not safe to hold cryptocurrencies within exchanges. They are at risk of hacking and in the absence of countermeasures aimed at protecting the loss of access to funds, customers will lose their cryptocurrencies.”

How popular will crypto custodial services be?

It is no secret that cryptocurrency prices are not having their best moment. The success of projects such as Crypto360 is dependent on a large enough demand for its services, something directly correlated to the popularity of cryptocurrency and largely market prices also.

As the firm sees it, as the market matures there is a natural selection of projects as there was last year, but it is unlikely that performance similar to that of 2018 are repeated. ”Our vision on the market remains optimistic and we assume that it is a trend that is constantly growing, but in a more natural way that allows it to be consolidated,’ Rossi told Bitcoin News. 

Crypto360 also faces the potential problem of competition as more blockchain firms emerge to offer similar cryptocurrency solutions. Being one of the very first players, however, they are confident they will stay at the top of the game.

”We pride ourselves on being the first to think of a custody solution that keeps the clients’ funds private. It is very likely that the next competitors will be the banks, which as they currently do with the other assets, will keep the cryptocurrencies coming directly into possession,” Rossi affirmed. 

The prediction that 2019 will be the year of the cryptocurrency institutional investor had perhaps the largest consensus of all the year’s forecasts. In Rossi’s view, the time has already arrived: “[Custody soloutions] are a need very felt by the market and there are already large institutions ready to enter this business.”

 

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How Blockchain is Transforming Personal Data Security

How Blockchain is Transforming Personal Data Security

The amount of personal data managed by third parties expands at a nearly incomprehensible rate every day. With the vast majority of these corporations relying on centralized servers to protect client information, 2018 perhaps unsurprisingly saw the personal information of millions of people compromised on an international scale.

Some of the biggest data breaches last year came from household names such as Facebook, Google, and T-Mobile, Facebook alone suffering consecutive major security incidents that affected over 100 million users of the popular social media platform. The Cambridge Analytica scandal also brought to light uncomfortable truths about the business model of such platforms, as many people chose to delete their accounts upon seeing how their data had been cataloged and sold without their consent.

Even traditional industries were affected: popular UK-based airline company British Airways fell victim to a ”malicious criminal” hack last year too that saw customers’ personal and financial details compromised.

The case for blockchain

There are several reasons why blockchain immediately appears compatible with protecting personal data. For one, the system is immutable and does not allow access from unwanted actors and secondly, various levels of access can be administered to users, which means personal data can be shared on the distributed ledger only to those who have directly been allowed access.

Ryan Faber, co-founder of cryptographic identification startup Bloom, has said security breaches against major corporations are now happening on a weekly basis. He believes that blockchain technology can provide a more secure solution to handle sensitive data, while also giving people more control over the usage of their own information.

Noting the number of users on BloomIDs has exploded; over 120,000 were created just last year, Faber told Forbes earlier this year:

“The demand for secure identity and better data management practices has been huge.”

Protecting data through a blockchain protocol means that instead of relying on the traditional central server, data is stored locally on users devices, managed through private keys that allow access and giving the user control over who accesses what and where their data goes.

Data as currency in 2019

As the model of social media has increasingly revealed, personal data has become a tradeable commodity that allows corporations to profit from private individuals, very often without such individuals even being aware their information is being sold. People looking to take back personal control have been migrating to decentralized alternatives to Facebook such as Minds, Memo and Steem. One report from the Guardian suggests that teenage Facebook users in the US fell by 20% last year.

On top of the benefits of securing data via the blockchain, users on platforms such as Minds can earn tokens as rewards for posting content that other users enjoy.

But it is fair to say there has yet to be any blockchain social media app that has seen its popularity explode, and people understandably want to use sites where they can find members from their social groups. While it will undoubtedly take time for one of these platforms to emerge dominant, the trends certainly suggest people are looking for better solutions to ensure the privacy of their own data.

 

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