Daily Crypto News Digest: 7 hot news for 20/02/2018

European watchdogs will talk about crypto regulation

Next week a group of EU regulators are going to meet with the aim of discussing the regulation of digital assets. The gathering would accommodate representatives from major financial institutions and also the EU’s market supervisors. However, market players would be invited too. Read more


Utility token securities exemption bill is passed by Wyoming House

A bill exempting some utility tokens from securities rules has been unanimously approved by the Wyoming House of Representatives.  Read more


The first blockchain course in Australia is launched by RMIT University

An Australian public research university, RMIT has started the first university Blockchain course in Australia. That’s what Business Insider Australia informed. The online course dubbed “Developing blockchain strategy” rolls out a practical program, going beyond the very concept of blockchain. Read more


National crypto regulation is eyed by US lawmakers

Fed up with issues of national securities the US House of Representatives along with Senate will shift their attention to cryptocurrency regulation. Both open-minded Democrats and pro-market Republicans keep supporting federal legislation to suppress the crypto revolution. The key objective here is to protect customers without terminating innovation. Read more


Paul Singer labels crypto assets as a “brilliant scam”

The founder of Elliot Management Paul Singer informed his clients that so-called cryptocurrencies could be regarded as the most brilliant fraud in the history of mankind. He added that digital currencies are an empty thing except the marketing power of financiers, inventors and anybody else, appreciating the very idea of purchasing a black box. However, they aren’t aware of the fact the box is 100% empty.  Read more


One can play digital assets without purchasing them

A great number of people have heard about the concept of digital currencies and bitcoin. Some quick-witted guys have even managed to become billionaires for a short period of time thanks to crypto assets. Despite a constantly growing popularity of cryptocurrencies directly investing in them is a dangerous thing, especially for newcomers. Fortunately, there’s an alternative approach. Read more

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