Hodler’s Digest, Nov. 11–17 By Cointelegraph

© Reuters. BlockShow Asia, Bitcoin Crash Warning, India Delays Crypto Ban: Hodler’s Digest, Nov. 11–17

Coming every Sunday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link.

BlockShow Asia 2019: Binance’s CZ speaks publicly about China’s digital currencyBlockShow Asia 2019 was held in Singapore this week, leaving us with plenty of stories to chew over. Binance’s Changpeng Zhao was among the speakers, and he predicted that the central bank digital currency being developed by China will be based on blockchain. Explaining his reasoning, Zhao explained how Beijing wants to push the influence of the renminbi globally in order to make it competitive with the U.S. dollar. He welcomed competition in the crypto world, saying: “Having is better than not having. Having stablecoins is better than not having them. Having Libra is better than not having it.” Zhao’s appearance followed President Xi Jinping’s calls for China to accelerate its adoption of blockchain — and the exchange boss said those who were laughing at blockchain aren’t laughing now.

BlockShow Asia 2019: Calls for clarity and caution on crypto regulationBlockShow Asia 2019: 99% of token price is pure speculation, says VeChain founderIndian parliament will not consider total crypto ban in winter seasonOneCoin co-founder pleads guilty, faces up to 90 years in jailExpert: may “crash to zero” because of institutional adoptionDutch court orders Facebook (NASDAQ:) to remove fake Bitcoin adsIRS criminal investigators looking into Bitcoin ATMs and kiosksDallas Mavericks CTO: Crypto payment option still “a cottage industry”Bitcoin revolution means Protestant Reformation, crypto drives change?China walks back hardline media rhetoric toward crypto and…

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