Key Facts of the Past Weekend, November 3-4
Main page Digest, China, SEC, Tether

Top stories that you may have missed over the weekend, and a market update to get the new week underway.


At 07:00 (GMT) total cryptocurrency market capitalization stands at $211.82 billion


SEC: Dozens Of ICO Investigations Launched In 2018

SEC’s position on ICOs can only be described as distrustful. The U.S. watchdog advises against investing in ICOs as there is no guarantee that the ICO in question is not a scam.

Bank Doesn't Confirm Connection To Tether

However, the news that tether has an account in a Bahamas bank has seemingly set the stablecoin back on track.

Coinbase & Binance to Support Bitcoin Cash Hardfork

According to official announcements, popular crypto exchanges Coinbase and Binance will support the upcoming Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hardfork.

China Central Bank Continue War Against ICOs

China central bank, the People's Bank of China (PBoC) is going to prevent citizens from participating in initial coin offerings and airdrops, according to the bank’s financial stability report for 2018.

Litecoin Now Available on Facebook Messenger

The Litecoin (LTC) digital wallet Lite.IM has announced listing on Facebook’s list of compatible applications. Thus, Litecoin from now can be sent/received by anyone who uses Facebook Messenger.

Buterin Isn't Planning On Leaving

A recent MIT Technology Review article implied that the founder of the second most well-known crypto needs to take a step back.

ShapeShift CEO: Crypto Will Replace Fiat

In a recent interview with Naomi Brockwell, ShapeShift CEO, Erik Voorhees, said that in the future crypto will replace government fiat.

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