Blockchain Daily Digest – January 6th, 2020

Henry Chan   Jan 05, 2020 16:00 2 分钟阅读


1.   Qatar Issues Crypto Ban, Digital Securities Still Allowed to Roam

Qatar’s regulator has blocked all crypto asset services in the nation. The Qatar Financial Centre Authority (QFC) mentioned in a statement that all “Virtual Asset Services may not be conducted in or from the QFC at this time.

2.   Unveiling the Top 5 Surprising Views on Blockchain by AFF leaders

The Asian Financial Forum (AFF) will be hosted at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre over two days beginning on 13th of January. The AFF brings together some of the most influential leaders of the global financial and business community to discuss developments and trends in the dynamic markets of Asia.

3.   Six Cryptocurrency Trends to Watch In 2020

2019 was a remarkable year for the global crypto market.  The year involved great trading solutions, new groupings, and many blockchain protocols emerging and maturing. In short, the crypto and blockchain market was far from slowing down as the momentum was gradually picking up.

4.   McAfee Admits 2020 BTC Million Dollar Price Prediction Was a Ruse

John McAfee, creator of the McAfee cybersecurity company has finally admitted that his famous 2017 million dollar Bitcoin price prediction was just a ruse to attract new users.

5.   Coinbase CEO: Privacy Coins Will Get Mainstream Adoption in the Following Decade

Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong predicted the 2020's will see one billion users of a blockchain that are more scalable and inclusive privacy features.

 

The Top 5 Cryptos At a Glance

#

Crypto

Symbol

Market Cap.

Price (US$)

Change % (24h)

Trading Vol. (24h)

1

Bitcoin

BTC

$137.43B

$7,574.32

1.30%

$20.315B

2

Ethereum

ETH

$15.43B

$141.35

3.90%

$8.16B

3

XRP

XRP

$8.99B

$0.21

6.43%

$1.43B

4

Bitcoin Cash

USDT

$4.31B

$236.72

5.86%

$2.06B

5

Tether

BCH

$4.31B

$1.00

-0.28%

$25.001B

 


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