Three subjects are tackled: disparity in involvement, methods to involve women and the value in increasing awareness (Cointelegraph).
Reportedly, people “familiar with Facebook’s plan” claim the social media platform is serious about about launching an in-app virtual coin (Cointelegraph).
Part of Ronny Chieng’s show included the line, “You could talk about anything with these people. You could talk about the NBA playoffs and they’d be like, ‘Yeah we’re going to use blockchain to defeat LeBron” (Coindesk).
BitGo’s head of product Tracy Olsen said, “We’re definitely seeing a lot of bigger names interested in digital currencies. But there are other customers like smaller hedge funds, they just don’t want to have to hold custody themselves. They’re looking to have the security and compliance and storage solutions that they can outsource to, and that’s what BitGo is really delivering” (Coindesk).
Most attention is directed towards Blockchain’s profit-driven projects when the technology is, and remains, used for humanitarian uses (Forbes).
After a $30 billion increased valuation, the cryptocurrency market dropped $9 billion in the last 24 hours (CCN).
With 4,000 attendees and each ticket priced at about $2,000, the profits are believable (CNBC).
Bitcoin Cash’s stability, despite price changes, is assuring (Coingeek).
Breakdown of the “Wall Street titan” involvement/impact on the cryptocurrency market (Forbes).