Crypto News Roundup for Jan. 22, 2020
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Most Davos experts appear to agree that blockchain technology is best for data collection rather than self-sovereign finance.
Telecom giant Vodafone has left the Libra Association, the eighth company to pull out of the Facebook-led digital currency project since the fall.
Square's newly awarded patent enables seamless transactions between a number of potential asset types including crypto.
The new climate group will allow participants to share ideas for a new distributed database to track emissions.
The U.S. advocacy group has come out strongly on the side of Telegram in its ongoing SEC court case.
The firm is alleged to have conducted a fraudulent and unregistered sale of digital assets called OPP Tokens, raising around $600,000.
Benjamin Richman, formerly director of business development and partnerships at Blockstream, will help the crypto-friendly bank pursue its ambitious goals for serving the crypto industry.
The Chamber of Digital Commerce, a blockchain advocacy group, wants a U.S. court to distinguish between an investment contract and the underlying asset used by Telegram during a 2018 initial coin offering.