November 7

“Coinbase said today that it has expanded access for staking the cryptocurrency Tezos (XTZ).

After today, all eligible Coinbase customers holding Tezos on the exchange will be able to collect an estimated return for Tezos staking of around 5% per holding period of 35–40 days. Once customers’ initial holding period completes, they will receive rewards in their accounts every three days.”

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“The Dai (DAI) stablecoin has reached its 100 million token debt ceiling, meaning that there are currently 100 million Dai tokens minted. The Maker Foundation announced that they would release a multi-collateral Dai (MCD) later this month.”

“AAX, a Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange that uses the London Stock Exchange (LSE)’s matching engine technology, has officially launched.

In addition to crypto-to-crypto spot trading, AAX expects the derivatives market to be a major focus with its offering of perpetual contract futures settled in bitcoin. These contracts, which have no expiration date, will be tied to the performance of five digital assets – bitcoin, ether, ripple, litecoin, and EOS – with up to 100 times leverage.”

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Q4 will be all about shipping v1 of the app, and then we move on to improving against our top 3 biggest priorities, as ranked by the team & community: making chat more engaging and enjoyable to use, addressing critical blockers such as high bandwidth consumption, and polishing the UI to make it snappier and more effective.”

“While reiterating that short-term developments in quantum computing are “modest,” Fan argued that blockchains will have to keep pace to avoid being overtaken.

As such, Fan outlined three major directions for the blockchain community to address as soon as possible, which are the standardization of “quantum-resistant” cryptography, cryptographic agility and blockchain governance.

“Square’s mobile payments application Cash App will be buying 16% of Bitcoin’s (BTC) new supply if the company keeps buying at the same rate after the halvening if the price does not go up.

Currently, Cash App is buying 8% of the new supply of Bitcoin per quarter and the production will be cut in half after the halvening.”