Crypto News – 27 April – Ripple-Saudi British Bank partnership, Tron DApp Weekly Report, Bitcoin regains market dominance, and more
— AMBCrypto (@CryptoAmb) 27 April 2019
DAILY CRYPTO NEWS – APRIL 27, 2019
1) India’s HDFC Bank ‘threatens’ crypto-customers: The Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd [HDFC], the largest private lender in India has been ramping up its efforts in opposition of the country’s cryptocurrency industry by disseminating “threatening” e-mails to those users who purchased cryptocurrencies.
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2) e-Trade could launch crypto-trading: The latest report from Nathaniel Popper, the technology reporter at New York Times, stated that eTrade, a popular financial management organization, was planning to provide Bitcoin [BTC] and Ethereum [ETH] trading options to a large batch of their customers.
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3) Peter McCormack on London Block Exchange: Peter McCormack, the host of What Bitcoin Did podcast, alleged that The London Block Exchange is insolvent and that it has been insolvent since Autumn of 2018.
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4) Roger Ver denies ownership of ‘@bitcoin’: In a recent interview with Bruce Porter, Ver clarified on an ongoing rumor that he owns the Twitter handle ‘@bitcoin’, saying that he has nothing to do with it and that his actual handle is @rogerkver.
Read more at https://bit.ly/2GH83xf
5) Charles Hoskinson on Shelly update: In the latest AMA, Hoskinson said that “Shelley will happen this year a 100 percent. I will eat my own shoe, if it does not”.
Read more at https://bit.ly/2UHcTPL
6) Bitfinex-Tether fiasco: Kraken, the American cryptocurrency giant, saw a notable “dump” of Bitcoin, leading to the coin descending below $5,000 prior to the announcement by the New York Attorney General. No concrete evidence points to a correlation between the BTC price decline on Kraken and the imminent announcement, but many in the community are curious.
Read more at https://bit.ly/2IY6EFe
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