Cryptosteel Capsule Will Keep Your Wallet Seed Safe and Out of Sight

[ad_1] A hollow steel cylinder despatched with 800 lettered tiles, the Cryptosteel Capsule is what it sounds like and nothing more. Assemble the letters to form your wallet’s seed phrase, thread them onto the metal dipstick and screw the capsule shut, safely entombing the key to your crown jewels inside an unassuming piece of hardware. Stash it in a toolbox alongside some masonry and no one would be the wiser.

Bahrain to Provide Fast-Track Setup Program for Fintech Startups

[ad_1] The Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB) has introduced a new program to attract more startups to the country.According to a press release on Oct. 29, the investment promotion agency for the Kingdom of Bahrain has introduced a fast-track setup program for startups looking to do business there.The new initiative will provide an expedited entry process covering visa requirements, residency and business registration processes. It also offers guidance from the

OSC Commissioner Debunks Arguments Against Bitcoin, Green-Lights Bitcoin Fund

[ad_1] A commissioner of the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) has debunked the arguments against bitcoin used to deny the public offering of The Bitcoin Fund. Among others, the commissioner rules that bitcoin is neither illiquid nor more susceptible to manipulation than other commodities, real volume and real trading in bitcoin exist, and it is not the role of securities regulators to approve or disapprove of the merits of bitcoin. Also

Oct. 28-Nov. 3 in Review

[ad_1] Brazil has seen another tumultuous week in the cryptocurrency industry, as the alleged pyramid scheme Atlas Quantum upsets it customers yet again, another six individuals linked to the Unick Forest crypto scheme are arrested, and the founder of A2 Trader challenges Brazilian regulators to shut down his trading website.Here is the past week of cryptocurrency and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph Brasil.Atlas Quantum upsets customers,

As Bitcoin Price Consolidates, Litecoin Looks Ripe for Massive Gains

[ad_1] Bitcoin price (BTC) failed to ignite much interest as October closed.  There are approximately 194 days left until the next Bitcoin halving, which probably feels like an eternity away for those involved with the crypto space. This week there was also a surplus of negative news events like the Bitmex email leak and the Coinbase flash crash that caused mass liquidations on Deribit. So can we really expect Bitcoin price

Billion Dollar Bitcoin Lawsuit Continues as Craig Wright Breaks Settlement

[ad_1] In early September, the high-profile court case Kleiman v. Wright looked as though it was coming to an end as the two parties reached a non-binding settlement. Then on October 30, without much notice, Wright explained that he couldn’t finance the settlement and the agreement was broken. Now the trial will start again and the Kleiman estate will depose Wright’s former chief financial officer, James Wilson on November 8.

British Tax Authority Updates Cryptocurrency Guidelines, Says It Is Not Money

[ad_1] The United Kingdom’s tax, payments and customs authority, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), has updated its cryptocurrency taxation guidelines for businesses and individuals.On Nov. 1, the U.K. government tax agency, which manages taxes alongside other financial policies, released tax guidance updates that further clarify its stance on how businesses and individuals involved with cryptocurrency will be taxed.  Crypto is not money or currencyThe guidelines set out HMRC’s view on

Oct. 28–Nov. 3 in Review

[ad_1] The Spanish-speaking world has seen major cryptocurrency and blockchain developments with the Argentinian tax agency applying taxes to transactions with e-wallets, the central bank of Argentina tightening its restrictions on exchanges, and the Dash Latam community ceasing its operations.Here is the past week of crypto and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph en Español.The Argentinian tax agency will apply taxes to operations with electronic walletsIn Argentina,

Maker’s Stability Fee Drops to 5.5% After Multi-Collateral Dai Announcement

[ad_1] According to the CEO of the Maker Foundation, Rune Christensen, Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD) will launch on November 18. On October 28, Maker’s stability fee was reduced by a ‘whale’ with roughly 94% of the voting power. Also Read: French Ministry of Education Publishes Bitcoin Resource Guide for Educators Maker’s Multi-Collateral Dai Will Launch November 18 Decentralized finance project Makerdao is responsible for creating the cryptocurrency-backed stablecoin called dai. Initially,

Hodler’s Digest, Oct. 28–Nov. 3

[ad_1] Coming every Sunday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link.Top Stories This WeekBitMEX investigating “extent of impact” after mass email leakThink you’ve had a challenging week? Spare a thought for BitMEX. First, the crypto derivatives exchange accidentally leaked