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When There’s Blood in the Street (Why It’s Not Quite Time to Be Long Crypto)

| Tim Enneking

Timothy Enneking is the founder and the primary principal of Digital Capital Management, LLC (DCM). ——————- Two…

Coinbase Revamps PayPal Withdrawals for US Crypto Users

| Nikhilesh De

Coinbase customers in the U.S. can now make withdrawals into their PayPal accounts.

Ethereum Chat Startup Status Lays Off 25% of Staff

| Nikhilesh De

Citing the crypto bear market, Status.IM has laid off 25 staffers and asked remaining employees to take a pay cut.

EU Parliament Calls for Action on Blockchain Adoption in Trade

| Yogita Khatri

The European Parliament has called for measures that would prepare the region to use blockchain to benefit trade.

Crypto-Friendly Money App Revolut Wins EU Banking License

| Yogita Khatri

Revolut, provider of a mobile finance app that offers crypto trading, has been granted a banking license from the European Central Bank.

Blockchain Developer Role Tops LinkedIn’s 2018 Emerging Jobs List

| Yogita Khatri

The role of blockchain developer has leaped straight to the top of LinkedIn's list of emerging jobs for 2018.

US Government Issues Advice Over Bitcoin Bomb Threat Emails

| Yogita Khatri

The U.S. government has confirmed the existence of bomb threat emails that demand bitcoin from organizations and suggested steps to take.

SEC’s Crypto Czar Signals Some Flexibility on Token Offerings

| Nikhilesh De

No-action letters may be a way forward for crypto startups hoping to avoid securities classifications.

US Lawmaker Suggests ‘WallCoin’ to Fund Trump’s Mexico Border Wall

| Nikhilesh De

Representative Warren Davidson has suggested using a cryptocurrency to crowdfund a wall on the Mexican border.

Gaming PC Maker Razer Offers Store Credit in Return for Crypto Mining

| Yogita Khatri

Gaming hardware manufacturer Razer has launched an app that rewards users for mining, but not with crypto or cash.