Cryptocurrencies January 26, 2019

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Cryptocurrency firm Robinhood wins New York trading license

ReutersJan. 24, 2019
(Reuters) – New York on Thursday gave approval to commission-free startup Robinhood to trade in seven cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, ether, bitcoin cash …
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Bitcoin [BTC] and other cryptocurrencies fail basic financial tests, says …

AMBCryptoJan. 21, 2019
The cryptocurrency market’s volatility and traction have been far-reaching, so much so that even prominent members of established institutions are talking about …
UK Central Bank Adviser: Cryptocurrencies Not a Great Concern
Ethereum World News (blog)Jan. 21, 2019

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Cryptocurrencies will have a role in the future – the head of Nasdaq

FXStreetJan. 22, 2019
Cryptocurrencies and specifically Bitcoin deserve to be a part of the global economy of the future, according to Adena Friedman, the president and CEO of …
Nasdaq CEO Believes That Cryptocurrencies Could Be ‘Global …
KryptoMoney (press release)Jan. 23, 2019
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Wyoming on the way of legalizing cryptocurrencies

FXStreetJan. 20, 2019
Wyoming legislators introduced a cryptocurrency bill that would bring the new types of assets into the legal field and provide clear guidance for both regulators …
The Three Basic Types of Cryptocurrencies Explained
Cryptomorrow (blog)Jan. 23, 2019
BTC WiresJan. 21, 2019

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DAVOS-BoE’s Carney says cryptocurrencies unlikely to revolutionise …

ReutersJan. 24, 2019
DAVOS, Switzerland Jan 24 (Reuters) – Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Thursday that cryptocurrencies were unlikely to revolutionise the …
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Falcon strengthens its first-mover position in blockchain banking by …

GlobeNewswire (press release)Jan. 21, 2019
Zurich, January 21, 2019 – As the first Swiss private bank, Falcon introduces direct transfers of selected cryptocurrencies for both private and institutional clients.
Falcon introduces direct transfers of selected cryptocurrencies
Institutional Asset Manager (press release) (blog)Jan. 21, 2019
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Coinbase Integrates TurboTax to Help US Clients File Crypto Taxes

CoinDeskJan. 24, 2019
Intuit noted that “not every cryptocurrency transaction constitutes a taxable event … In particular, Intuit indicated that customers who converted cryptocurrencies to …
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Bitcoin may only be a good hedge in a dystopia, JP Morgan says

CNBCJan. 25, 2019
Given cryptocurrencies‘ sky-high returns and low correlation to traditional … The world’s largest and best-known cryptocurrency is more than 80 percent off of its …
JP Morgan: Bitcoin Would Only Make Sense in a Dystopian Scenario
Bitcoin News (press release)Jan. 25, 2019
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Why Africa needs cryptocurrencies

Crypto InsiderJan. 20, 2019
And though growth seems to have reduced, adopting cryptocurrencies will undoubtedly turn things for the better. Let’s find out why the continent needs Satoshi’s …
The deployment of cryptocurrencies in African countries
Cryptoline News (blog)Jan. 20, 2019
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Chilean Taxpayers Must Report Cryptocurrency Profits to Chilean IRS …

CointelegraphJan. 20, 2019
Chilean taxpayers must report their cryptocurrency profits to the Chilean Internal Revenue Service (SII), Spanish crypto media Diario Bitcoin reports on Jan. 17.
Cryptocurrency Gains Officially Taxable in Chile
Crowdfund InsiderJan. 20, 2019
Investors to Pay Tax on Crypto Earnings
Bitcoin News (press release)Jan. 19, 2019