Blockchain News 23.05.2018

Me'angaue ia ki he malu 'a e blockchain 'o e patents pangike 'o 'Amelika

Kuo ikuna 'a e pangike 'o 'Amelika ha “malu'i mo e ngaahi fakamatala ki he totonu fakatautaha patent” Fakatatau ki he Patent 'o e tau mo e 'ofisi 'o e fefakatau'aki, ki ha founga ke mapule'i 'a e hu ki he ngaahi tafa'aki 'o e ha netiueka permissioned blockchain.

He pangikee 'oku fakamatala'i:
“'Oku 'i ai ha fie ma'u ke 'oange ki he kau faka'aonga/kautaha kuo vahe'i e malava ko ia ke 'ilo'i vave 'a e ngaahi konga 'oku fekau'aki mo e kau ngaue he polokalama pau’ hoha'a, pea 'i he taimi pe kuo fakamahino'i ha poloka, 'Oku 'a e ngaahi me'a fakamalu'i fakapapau'i ko e fili he ngaahi kautaha/ngaue 'i he polokalama ia 'oku ne ma'u 'a e ngaahi konga, Ko hono mo'oni, kau ngaue he polokalama kuo fakamafai'i.”


'Oku fakangofua 'e he Duma 'o e tu'unga faka-Lusia 'a e mo'ua 'o e kautaha crypto

Falealea 'a Lusia, e tu'unga Duma, has approved new laws regulating the crypto industry. The laws define cryptocurrencies and tokens as property, and lay out specifications for interacting with crypto and blockchain-related technologies.

410 deputies approved the bill at the hearing, with only one voting against it.

The bill “On Digital Financial Assets” which has been under consideration since last year with a final deadline of July 1st, deals with cryptocurrencies, as well as blockchain-related technologies such as smart contracts, and mining.


CFTC ha fakahinohino ki he ngaahi palopalema ki he kautaha foaki cryptocurrency kehe

E U.S. Ko hono fetongi 'aki e tufakanga e kaha'u koloa (CFTC) kuo ne tukuange 'a e fakahinohino fo'ou ki he vilo palani ke hiki 'a e ngaahi koloa derivative fekau'aki mo e cryptocurrency.

'Oku fakataumu'a ia ke tokoni'i 'a kinautolu 'oku kau mai he maketi fakatupulaki 'a e me'a 'oku tu'u fakatu'utamaki e ngaahi polokalama 'a e FM mo e “mahino mo” 'i he “ngaahi tafa'aki 'oku fie ma'u ha tokanga makehe” hange ko e founga ke "muimui ki he ngaahi founga pule'i totonu fekau'aki mo e kamata'i ia 'o e ngaahi koloa ko 'eni,” Fakatatau ki he talekita 'o e DCR Brian Bussey.


Marshall Islands pass law making crypto their national currency

Their new cryptocurrency is called the Sovereign (SOV) and will take the place of USD as the sole national currency.

The new currency will be the official legal tender for businesses and the 53,000 citizens of the Marshall Islandsa sovereign state and UN member.

This is the first sole sovereign cryptocurrency signed into law and is significant because (in theory at least) it means that financial institutions such as banks and Visa will have to accept the SOV as it is now the legal tender of a sovereign nation.


 

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