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UrbanSeptember 10, 2018

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Make sure you check out our previous edition here, now let’s go over what happened in crypto this week. Also, make sure you subscribe for this week’s edition of The CCN Podcast on iTunesTuneInStitcherGoogle Play MusicSpotifySoundcloudYouTube or wherever you get your podcasts.

Price Watch:

  • Bitcoin is down 11% this week – The priced surged to $7,200 early on Sunday and increased to $7,300, then $7,400, even as other cryptocurrencies fell precipitously. The price then fell from $7,400 to $6,950 in less than 30 minutes on Wednesday marking a 2% price drop. The price then quickly dropped to $6,400 as the bulls panicked and has stabilized at $6,400.
  • Ethereum is down 31% this week, putting it at a 12-month low. Ethereum suffered some hard losses even as Bitcoin was rising early this week. The coin then dropped with Bitcoin and is now sitting just below the $200 support level. Many are still blaming these drops on ICO sell offs. Vitalik has said that the days of 100x growth are gone.
  • The entire coin market cap is down 17% this week following drops across the board. Most of the price drops occurred very early in the week as EthereumRippleBitcoin CashLitecoin, and EOS fell between 1 and 4% as Bitcoin increased, but then declined much faster as Bitcoin turned south. Also occurring early in the week were WanChainDigibyte, and Aion surging by as much as 30%. These surges helped keep losses to only $200 million, even as the coin market cap fell below the $200 billion mark.
    bitcoin price
    Source: CoinMarketCap

Governments:

  • South Africa Central Bank Wins Award for Blockchain – Central Banking, a global central banking forum, has bestowed its FinTech & RegTech Award for Best Distributed Ledger Initiative to South Africa’s central bank for its successful Project Khokha, which successfully used an Ethereum blockchain platform to process interbank payments and settlements. The South African Reserve Bank designed and executed Project Khokha in under three months to test the proficiency, resilience, confidentiality, finality, and scalability of a DLT solution for processing transactions under realistic conditions on a wholesale payment system.
  • Uzbekistan is Licensing Crypto Companies – The Korean Blockchain Business Association (KOBEA) and the government of Uzbekistan have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish the country’s first government-licensed crypto exchange. The move is part of an initiative to compete against Malta, South Korea’s BusanJeju IslandSwitzerland, and other major crypto markets.
  • Trump’s New SEC Hire Boosts Possibility of Bitcoin ETF – Elad Roisman, the newly-appointed member of the SEC, could be the missing the piece in tilting the balance in favor of a bitcoin ETF approval. The new commissioner becomes the third Trump appointee to the SEC, succeeding Michael Piwowar, who stepped down in July. Roisman said in a statement that the SEC must re-examine its rules around blockchain and initial coin offerings.

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