Death of Gerry Cotten, Founder Of QuadrigaCA, Causes Legal Stir

Two Canadian law firms have established a legal defense committee to help clients affected by the death of Gerry Cotten, founder of the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange. Cotten passed away in India in late 2018, but his death was not made public until mid-January; before he left for India, he wrote…

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Crypto Makes Its Presence Known in Washington

On March 18, it was reported that the number of firms that are lobbying federal U.S. lawmakers in Washington, DC about issues relating to both cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology almost tripled last year. In 2017, there were only a dozen entities in Washington lobbying lawmakers about cryptocurrencies and blockchain-related…

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How the Top Five Cryptocurrencies Changed in Value This Week

Here are the top 5 performing cryptocurrencies during the past week: 1. Stellar Stellar rallied on the heels of a number of positive news stories. First, on March 13, Coinbase Pro announced that they would support it. Then, Denelle Dixon, who was once Mozilla's chief operating officer, was…

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SingularityNET pairs up with Chinese insurer Ping An.

On March 14, SingularityNET, which is an AI startup that offers a decentralized Ethereum-based marketplace, announced in a press release that had been posted on Medium that they had partnered with Chinese insurance conglomerate Ping An on a variety of projects. The two companies will initially focus on a small…

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