SEC Chairman Affirms Stance that Ethereum (ETH) is Not a Security, Could XRP be Next?

SEC Chairman Affirms Stance that Ethereum (ETH) is Not a Security, Could XRP be Next?

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Chairman reaffirmed his agency’s previous stance that Ethereum (ETH) is not a security product, and as such it falls under different regulatory structure that is far more crypto-friendly. He also added that cryptocurrencies similar to Ethereum are also exempt from being classified as securities – although he didn’t name…

Ripple Announces $100 Million Blockchain Gaming Fund with Forte

Ripple Announces $100 Million Blockchain Gaming Fund with Forte

The company behind the XRP digital currency has announced plans to integrate blockchain technology with video gaming. To facilitate development on the project Ripple will be working with Forte, a startup founded this year and backed by Coinbase Ventures, Battery Ventures, and other prominent Silicon Valley investors. Amongst other things the goal of the project…

Crypto Markets Are Trading Sideways, Bitcoin Holds $3,900 Support

Crypto Markets Are Trading Sideways, Bitcoin Holds $3,900 Support

The top 20 cryptos by market cap seen mixed signals today, with some coins seeing growth reaching 10 percent. Tuesday, March 12 — crypto markets are trading sideways, with total market cap hovering between $133–$134 billion, and Bitcoin (BTC) holding $3,900 for the most part of the day.The top 20 cryptocurrencies by market cap are…

What’s Next for Facebook?

Although Facebook’s stock has experienced a significant recovery this week, it is still has a long way to go before it gets back to its previous highs. […] The post What’s Next for Facebook? appeared first on Hacked: Hacking Finance. Source: https://hacked.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/cropped-hackedlogo-kopi-80x80.png / Author: William Bartlett

Invesco Blockchain ETF Trading Commences on London Stock Exchange

Invesco Blockchain ETF Trading Commences on London Stock Exchange

Invesco, an American investment management company that is traded on the S&P 500, has launched an exchange-traded fund (ETF) targeting companies operating in the distributed ledger technology sector. The blockchain ETF will track nearly 50 companies that stand to benefit from growth in the distributed ledger technology industry including Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company and Apple.…

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