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Cryptopia Exchange Kept Users’ Cryptos in Pooled Wallet: Liquidator

| Daniel Palmer

The liquidator for the collapsed Cryptopia exchange says the way the platform was managed is slowing up the task of determining user holdings.

It Took 18 Months, But This Blockchain Securities Firm Got the Nod From FINRA

| Nathan DiCamillo

FINRA has approved iownit as a broker-dealer, clearing the firm to offer digital securities on a private Hyperledger blockchain.

Bitcoin’s Price is Up More Than $1K Since Bakkt Futures News

| Omkar Godbole

Bitcoin has gained $1,000 since the Bakkt exchange announced it has the green light to offer bitcoin futures, but key resistance still lies ahead.

Rakuten’s Crypto Exchange Has Launched for Trading in 3 Cryptos

| Daniel Palmer

The Japanese e-commerce giant's Rakuten Wallet exchange has gone live for spot trading of bitcoin, ether and bitcoin cash against the yen.

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Early Investors in Telegram Crypto See 400% Returns – But Buyers Risk It All

| Anna Baydakova

Telegram forbade investors from selling their gram tokens before launch. Yet the secondary market for grams is lively – and rife with risk.

Crypto Exchange Binance Announces New Stablecoin Initiative

| Daniel Palmer

The crypto exchange has announced that it's launching Venus, a project that will develop "localized" stablecoins around the world.

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Coinbase Reveals Password Glitch Affecting 3,500 Customers

| Nikhilesh De

The rare bug impacted roughly .01 percent of the exchange's 30 million customers, Coinbase revealed Friday.

Bitcoin Defends Price Support, But Bear Case Still Intact

| Omkar Godbole

Bitcoin has bounced from key price support, but the outlook remains bearish as long as prices hold below Thursday's high of $10,445.

Binance’s US Arm to Go Live ‘Within Two Months,’ CEO Says

| Daniel Palmer

The dedicated U.S. arm of cryptocurrency exchange Binance should go live by November, according to CEO Changpeng "CZ" Zhao.

A Big Four Audit Firm Lost $1 Million In Bitcoin. Victims Are Losing Patience

| Nikhilesh De

QuadrigaCX creditors are losing patience with their court-appointed law firm, demanding answers about the effort to recover their funds.