Moonday Mornings: Bithumb hacked for $19M, SEC delays Bitcoin ETF resolution again, and extra
It’s one other week that implies it’s time for one other wrap up of the weekend’s blockchain and cryptocurrency news.
Let’s get to it.
1. South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has been hacked for the third time in two years, reports ZDNet. Hackers are thought to accept as true with made off with spherical $19 million rate of cryptocurrency in EOS and XRP.
2. The Securities and Swap Rate (SEC) made a resolution final Friday which will extra extend a final ruling on the Bitwise and VanEck Bitcoin BTC ETFs, CoinDesk reports. The SEC now has unless Could well 16 to make a resolution on the proposals.
3. In a observation released over the weekend, TRON‘s founder, Justin Solar has vowed to toughen Eastern prison guidelines and is denouncing any gambling dapps on the platform that namely procedure the Eastern market, Trustnodes reports.
4. Procuring and selling in unlicensed safety tokens in Hong Kong is now prone to be a prison offense. The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Rate released a observation final week that declared “Security Tokens are prone to be ‘securities’… and so subject to the securities prison guidelines of Hong Kong.”
5. Japan‘s supreme rail ride operator is potentially eyeing Bitcoin as a price possibility for its transport playing cards, Cointelegraph reports. There are no concrete plans as yet, nevertheless rail travelers might maybe well accept as true with the possibility to high-up their ride playing cards with cryptocurrency.
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Published April 1, 2019 — 07: 51 UTC
April 1, 2019 — 07: 51 UTC