Trying to clarify statements filed with the SEC, Ripple’s CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, told the Financial Times last week that the company would not be cash flow positive without its controversial sales of XRP, its proprietary cryptocurrency.
OTC broker B2C2’s victory over Japanese cryptocurrency trading platform operator Quoine in a dispute alleging breach of trust by Quoine and potentially worth many millions of dollars was affirmed by Singapore’s highest court.
Still reeling from a $1.6 million hack of its Trinity wallet, the IOTA foundation has set March 2 as a target for restarting its network. IOTA supports the development of systems for micro-payments to facilitate the internet-of-things.
Binance, despite its frequent representations to the contrary, was never licensed in Malta let alone headquartered there, according to an official Maltese “Public Statement” today. Binance has not responded to press inquiries about the issue.
Furthering his claim to have invented bitcoin under the pseudonym Nakamoto, Craig Wright now says that the bitcoin database belongs to him: “As the sole creator of Bitcoin, I own full rights to the Bitcoin registry.”
A Bruce Springsteen-quoting SEC Commissioner told a Chicago blockchain audience that she wants her agency to provide a grace period for digital asset projects to develop free of worry about securities regulation interfering with their token issuances.