Top news of the week: 16.06.2020.

Money, Law, Human rights, Futures contract, Federal Election Commission, The Network

Bitcoin Futures

On Jun 10, 2020
@kyletorpey shared
RT @the_crypto_feed: bitcoin magazine: the human rights foundation is now funding bitcoin privacy development, starting with coinswap https://t.co/RY1QrjAMj0
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The Human Rights Foundation Is Now Funding Bitcoin Privacy Development, Starting With CoinSwap

The Human Rights Foundation Is Now Funding Bitcoin Privacy Development, Starting With CoinSwap

The Human Rights Foundation has launched a fund for development that makes Bitcoin more private. To start, $50,000 will go to the developer of CoinSwap.

On Jun 11, 2020
@MarcHochstein shared
RT @jonmatonis: “Exchanges, banks and regulators are being sold a false narrative......It is purely a dangerous game of probabilities and false positives, disingenuously overstated to peddle more forensic services.” [email protected] https://t.co/2MMQJNg1RC via @coindesk
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Human Rights Foundation Funds Bitcoin Privacy Tools Despite ‘Coin Mixing’ Legal Stigma

Human Rights Foundation Funds Bitcoin Privacy Tools Despite ‘Coin Mixing’ Legal Stigma

The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) took a strong stance on bitcoin privacy tech Wednesday by announcing its new Bitcoin Developer Fund.

On Jun 15, 2020
@MarcHochstein shared
RT @CoinDesk: Bitcoin ($BTC) proved itself a resilient asset, if not a stable or useful currency, during March's global market meltdown, @jpmorgan analysts told investor clients. @Sebsinclair1989 reports https://t.co/vuPPcpeg7M
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JPMorgan Analysts: Bitcoin Is Likely to Survive (as a Speculative Asset)

JPMorgan Analysts: Bitcoin Is Likely to Survive (as a Speculative Asset)

Bitcoin proved itself a resilient asset, if not a stable or useful currency, during March's global market meltdown, JPMorgan analysts told investors.

On Jun 11, 2020
@MarcHochstein shared
RT @alaeven: "Making the internet safe for individuals again, in my view, is the most compelling use case for Bitcoin and every other cryptographic method or technology." says @prestonjbyrne I'd argue that the same goes for many enterprises (other than Evil Corp) https://t.co/GJrHbF3THR
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Bitcoin Doesn’t Take Sides: Why Apolitical Solutions Are the Internet’s Future

Bitcoin Doesn’t Take Sides: Why Apolitical Solutions Are the Internet’s Future

Companies that take political stances are in a never-ending war with public opinion. Bitcoin doesn’t take sides and that's why it wins, says our columnist.

On Jun 12, 2020
@Bitcoin shared
RT @parkeralewis: Gradually, Then Suddenly (#15): Bitcoin is Antifragile As a currency system, bitcoin benefits from stress, disorder, volatility and randomness. It is the antifragile competitor to the inherently fragile legacy monetary system. https://t.co/Dz56LrX3kT
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Bitcoin is Antifragile

Bitcoin is Antifragile

Bitcoin benefits from disorder, stress, volatility and randomness. What doesn't kill bitcoin only makes it stronger.

On Jun 10, 2020
@CoinDesk shared
INTERVIEW: Candidate @PatFNelson speaks with @DanielGKuhn about his attempts to convince state party leadership to use blockchain infrastructure for internal voting and the inconveniences of accepting crypto for political donations. https://t.co/toiqzHUVHR
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Meet the Pro-Bitcoin, Anti-BitLicense Democrat Running for State Office

Meet the Pro-Bitcoin, Anti-BitLicense Democrat Running for State Office

Patrick Nelson has been an advocate for bitcoin in his seven-year political career. He wants to see New York's BitLicense reformed, and to adopt blockchain voting in special cases.

On Jun 13, 2020
@Cointelegraph shared
Here’s how the #Bitcoin market outlook has changed one month after the #halving. @KPTX_BTC https://t.co/PX4U0MV42d
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Bitcoin Market Dynamics See Change After BTC Reward Halving

Bitcoin Market Dynamics See Change After BTC Reward Halving

One month after the Bitcoin halving, several key factors seem to point to a pivotal change in the BTC market and investor behavior

On Jun 15, 2020
@CoinDesk shared
BLOCKCHAIN BITES: @jpmorgan analysts think bitcoin passed its first stress test during the coronavirus market crash, while the Bank of Korea is expanding its research into CBDCs. This is your daily crypto news roundup, by @DanielGKuhn https://t.co/MztUYvxiwP
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Blockchain Bites: JPMorgan on Bitcoin, South Korea on CBDCs and the Porn Industry on Crypto

Blockchain Bites: JPMorgan on Bitcoin, South Korea on CBDCs and the Porn Industry on Crypto

JPMorgan bond analysts think Bitcoin has passed its first stress test during COVID-19 turmoil while South Korea's central bank is researching CBDCs.