Cameron Winklevoss on rules in the cryptosphere, SEC’s Szczepanik on crypto-winter and more

Daily Crypto News – 16th March

Tron DApp Weekly Report: Tron’s latest DApp report suggests DApp users prefer gambling and high-risk ROI ones over others

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Roger Ver on the Mt. Gox verdict: Bitcoin Cash’s Roger Ver has given his opinion on the Mt. Gox verdict, stating that Mark Karpeles was responsible for failing to protect funds.

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Kleiman lawsuit update: Bitcoin developer, Jeff Garzik, claimed that he was subpoenaed for all available evidence and information, over the Kleiman lawsuit against nChain’s Craig Wright

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John McAfee on Calvin Ayre: John McAfee confronted Calvin Ayre about his tweets picturing twerking women, saying that “it was a dark alley Ayre was wandering down”

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David Schwartz at the SXSW: Ripple’s CTO addressed the relationship between XRP and Ripple, stating that the former’s price could be linked to the former’s developments

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Valerie Szczepanik on Stablecoins: Speaking at the SXSW Conference in Austin, Texas, the SEC adviser said that some stablecoins could raise issues under securities law

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Silver coin breaches $60: The silver to Bitcoin’s gold, Litecoin [LTC] surged following a bull wave pushed the coin’s price beyond the the $60 mark

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