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Tether’s USDT Stablecoin Not Necessarily 100 Percent Backed By USD

Tether says its coin is backed by “cash equivalents” and “other assets.” But what are these?

QuadrigaCX’s Deceased CEO Personally Funded User Withdrawals In 2018

The exchange also lost its legal representation, but at least it seems like its late CEO was a nice guy.

Distributed Digest: Thursday, March 14, 2019

Cosmos launches its mainnet, Madeeba emerges from the ashes of Melonport, and Gitcoin enters the second round of its liberal radical donation-matching program.

Several Nevada Stakeholders Oppose Uniform Virtual Currency Bill

SB195 was recently heard in the Nevada Senate, but myriad groups are opposed to the bill’s passage.

Ripple And Blockchain Video Game Platform Forte Establish Blockchain Gaming Fund

The fund will target larger developers with massive game economies.

Thailand’s SEC Approves ICO Portal Meant To Protect Investors

With the approval of the portal, the country continues to expand its cryptocurrency and blockchain tech regulation.

US Treasury Accuses Russian Bank Of Helping Venezuela Skirt US Sanctions Via Petro

This action signals an increase in US pressure on the Venezuelan government.

BitMEX Launches Research Site, Finds Potential Bug In Ethereum Parity Full Node

Despite being “several hundred thousand blocks” behind the Ethereum blockchain tip, the Parity full node is reporting to be in sync at least some...

Distributed Digest: Wednesday, March 13, 2019

SpankChain updates its roadmap, Dappi is a new tool to create smart contract interfaces, and MakerDAO encourages individuals to donate cryptocurrency on Pi Day.

Ledger Finds Vulnerabilities In Trezor Hardware Wallets

Trezor’s late response shows the company has a lot of confidence in its customers. Unfortunately, it can’t really account for wealthy criminals.

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