The post Bitcoin News Summary – October 22, 2018 appeared first on 99 Bitcoins. Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. US investment giant Fidelity, which has over $7 trillion under management, announced its new crypto custody and order execution service, Fidelity Digital Asset Services. Fidelity aims to make Bitcoin trading accessible to major institutions, such as hedge funds. Major exchange Bitfinex re-opened fiat deposits [...]
by Jakob Bruhn | 22 October 2018 | 07:21 EST A comprehensive intrinsic value assessment of Persimmon PLC, a British construction company that develops and sells residential properties in England, Scotland and Wales. The post The Intrinsic Value of Persimmon PLC appeared first on We Study Billionaires.
CoinTelegraph: Europe’s Largest Port Partners with Samsung IT Subsidiary to Test Blockchain for Shipping
The largest port in Europe has partnered with a major Dutch bank and Samsung’s IT subsidiary to test blockchain for container shipping from Asia to the EU
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A new Hong Kong Stock Exchange reports proposes that crypto and blockchain should be regulated in line with existing regulatory principles
It’s Moonday Morning! Time to serve up a hot, steaming pile of cryptocurrency news leftovers that we all missed over the weekend, but taste oh-so-good when you reheat them. On today’s menu: 1. Blockchain engineers are reportedly making between $150,000 and $175,000 on average. Apparently, that’s on par with AI devs and higher than any other specialized engineering roles. 2. Accountancy giant E&Y says in the first six months of 2018, 86 percent of the leading ICOs that listed on a cryptocurrency exchange in 2017 are now trading below their initial price. That’s almost all the percent. 3. Dutch bank ING… This story continues at The Next Web
ZyCrypto: Basic Attention Token (BAT)’s Price Hikes by 20% as Decentralised Advertising Technology attracts Investors
Despite the struggling cryptocurrency market, advertising centered coin Basic Attention Token (BAT) has experienced a price hike of over 20% which has attracted investors to the token as it is a new token that was launched only three months ago. The attention the token has gotten may be as a result of the company’s different […] The post Basic Attention Token (BAT)’s Price Hikes by 20% as Decentralised Advertising Technology attracts Investors appeared first on ZyCrypto.
After killing all legitimate cryptocurrency businesses in the country, Chinese authorities are now turning their attention to other blockchain service providers. The country’s apex internet regulator, Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), released a draft policy on Friday that will require all companies to collect their users’ real names and national identification card numbers before offering them any blockchain related service. The draft regulations are open to comments from the public until November 2, but CAC hasn’t given any timeline for when they will actually come into force. If the policy is implemented, the companies will be required to store their users’… This story continues at The Next Web
Crypto Recorder: Ripple (XRP) – SWIFT statement at SIBOS could be the greatest signal to be bullish on XRP
The much-rumored partnership between ripple and SWIFT is most likely not happening. What is likely to happen is that ripple will take on SWIFT head-on in a battle to dominate the cross-border payments market. In this scenario, ripple has a good chance of winning, if a tweet by Marcus Treacher, the global head of strategic […]