This week in Crypto: Overstock founder weighing in, Graft Supercard Indiegogo, and more QuadrigaCX woes. Keep Ngaged #6
The wheels of the crypto world have been churning a little faster this week with news revolving around the Nasdaq and the opinions of financial heavyweights weighing in.With the ocean of opinions churning, let’s take a look at the most notable highlights this week.
The technical process for listing on Bibox has finished. Once the legal work has been finalized, Bibox will officially be the first listing of 2019 for Eximchain. We can’t wait for the official announcement from Bibox on the listing of Eximchain!
While updates are quiet for now, PayPie is moving at a great pace in their development. With nearly 200 SME’s signed up and connecting their QBO accounts, growth on this project is showing great promise:
Earlier today GRAFT launched an IndieGogo crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. What makes that card very interesting are…ethereumworldnews.com
Look out hard wallets, a new card is in town. The card is purported to be both a cold storage solution and a payment system. It remains to be seen how far the project progresses, however we’ll be keeping an eye on the newest technologies available.
On February 12, Ernst and Young (EY), the monitor of the QuadrigaCX case, released its first report with the Supreme…www.ccn.com
If things couldn’t get worse for QuadrigaCX, they recently were discovered to have sent over $400,000 dollars to the cold wallet that only their reported dead CEO could access.
The founder and CEO of retail giant Overstock.com Patrick Byrne says that blockchain can make government…cointelegraph.com
Overstock’s CEO has always had a very positive mindset over blockchain adoption. In a recent interview with MarketWatch, stating that with blockchain technology, governments can become “superefficient and incapable of being bribed.”
Analysis from around the web:
Let’s take a look at what a few experts have to say around the current price action of Bitcoin and Crypto. Please remember that these are strictly the opinions of third parties and these authors are not affiliated with Ngaged.
As 2018's bear market has continued into 2019, crypto traders have done their best to stay optimistic. Most recently…ethereumworldnews.com
Bitcoin has been steadily sliding for more than a year, losing some 80% in value over the last 14 months, and traders…www.forbes.com
Sentiment and Politics
From the waves of exchange woes, to Nasdaq launching indices for both bitcoin and Ethereum, crypto is a long shot from dying as many fudsters would like to believe this crypto winter. We’re seeing adoption still flying steady with tests like Italy’s Banking Association for interbank reconciliation. We still have a bit of storm to weather is the general opinion, but we’re in it for the long haul.
I’ll see everyone next week! This is Derek, signing off.
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