Crypto News – 17 May – David Schwartz on Stellar’s downtime, Brian Armstrong on institutional investors and more
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Daily Crypto News- May 17, 2019
1) European Central Bank on crypto: European Central Bank, the central bank for euro and the entity that administers the monetary policy of the European countries, released an occasional paper titled ‘Crypto-Assets: Implications for financial stability, monetary policy, and payments and market infrastructure’.
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2) Poloniex delists nine crypto-assets: In yet another blow to the crypto-world, regulatory uncertainty in the US market has led to the delisting of nine cryptocurrencies from the leading exchange, Poloniex.
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3) Amazon files crypto-based Proof-of-Work patent: After Jaguar, Microsoft, and Nike, a new cryptography-focused patent has surfaced on the web, one attributed to Amazon. While the patent, “Generation of Merkle Trees as Proof-of-Work,” was filed by Amazon on December 23, 2016, it was made public recently after Morgan Creek’s Anthony Pompliano broke the news.
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4) Bosch to use Ethereum blockchain: Bosch, the multi-national engineering giant, joined hands with Ethereum to deploy blockchain technology and smart contracts at car-charging stations. Although still in its testing phase, Bosch is partnering with the Germany-based electric utility company EnBW to test out a prototype of blockchain-based car charging stations.
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5) Cryptopia answers users’ queries: Cryptopia released a new statement pertaining to its liquidation where the firm answered all the questions asked by the customers.