February 15

The governor of the Central Bank of the Bahamas (CBOB), has reportedly confirmed that the Bahamian digital dollar initiative will be introduced across all islands in the second half of 2020. The Bahamas already rolled out the pilot project on the island of Exuma in December.

The governor noted that the Sand Dollar is originally targeting domestic use only. However, it’s also possible that it could be linked with ‘explicit buying and selling of foreign exchange.'”

“KyberSwap’s dashboard allows you to view a convenient breakdown of your crypto wallet allocation across different ERC20 tokens (including ETH). If you have previously transacted through KyberSwap or any DApp or platform that uses Kyber Network for their liquidity needs, your transactions history (with details) will be shown.

To complement our current tools, we are now introducing ‘Market Signals’ that will be sent to you via push notifications.

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“The U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) wants to sponsor a post-doctoral researcher to study what would happen if the U.S. dollar lost its status as the world’s reserve currency.

The agency said the research could help the U.S. prepare for “black swan” events that would threaten the dominance of the dollar. The listing cites predictions that a global cryptocurrency or national digital currency could undermine the U.S. dollar.

If either of these scenarios or others come to pass, the U.S. would lose both its status in the world and its global authorities. The U.S. should prepare to identify potential ‘black swan’ events that could revolutionize the financial playing field in ways we do not yet understand.”

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“The companies announced Friday that Tron and Steem developers will jointly be looking into migrating Steem products and users to the Tron network, and ultimately swapping the STEEM token for a new Tron-based version.

No timeline for this migration was presented.”

“Users can now purchase cryptocurrencies with a longer list of supported fiat currencies through its integration with Israeli fiat payments processor Simplex.

The new integration provides gateways for currencies including the Swiss franc, Korean won and Australian dollar, as well as the Polish zloty and South African rand.”

“These marketplaces are highly fragmented and remarkably inefficient.

ExOne will reach across the marketplaces to generate a consolidated quote, a “global best bid and offer” that secures the most optimal bid for the system’s users.

That’s similar to the “national best bid and offer,” a Wall street term referring to a broker’s Security and Exchange Commission-mandated responsibility to get their clients the best possible price.”

“As the world shuns crypto, major blockchain companies take their business—and huge profits—elsewhere.

  • Binance: Cayman Islands
  • Bitfinex: British Virgin Islands
  • ShapeShift: Switzerland
  • BitMEX: Seychelles
  • Huobi: Singapore
  • OKEx: Seychelles
  • Praxxis: Cayman Islands”