Ripple CTO comments on Stellar-IBM partnership, Binance to launch new exchange, and more

 

Crypto News – 05 April

Ikigai Asset Management founder on the entry of institutional investors into crypto: Travis Kling stated that as of now, Bitcoin was still the most compelling long position and that users shouldn’t’ go running around ‘dumpster diving’ in tiny cryptocurrencies.

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Charlie Lee responds to Michael Novogratz’s comments: Lee refuted Novogratz’s statements, claiming that he couldn’t “be more wrong”. Lee also ridiculed the former hedge fund manager’s statement about Litecoin and Bitcoin’s Lightning Network.

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Riccardo Spagni on whether Monero and Bitcoin: FluffyPony stated that Bitcoin miners were spread out around the world, adding that mining was previously dominated by Chinese miners.

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Belgian regulator flags potentially fraudulent crypto-trading platforms: One hundred twenty websites, including many new ones, were deemed as malicious entities in an official statement released by the FSMA.

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Chief Legal Officer of Blockchain on SEC’s framework: Santori stated that the commission filled in some gaps and reconfirmed some of their “thinking that [they’ve] heard in the past”.

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