Te tiaturi nei te feia hauti rahi roa ae i roto i te matete e faatano iana stabilizes i te raveraa i te ohipa e te tauturu ra i te tupuraa i te rahi o te bitcoin.
Control over the crypto-industry is strengthened both at the level of regulators, and at the level of corporations. In particular, last week it became known that in the framework of the new policy, Facebook banned the advertising of crypto and ICO, and recently the Canadian regulator held talks with Google, calling for the same measures.
Since the beginning of the week, the bitcoin rate has fallen, approaching a record $ 6000 on Tuesday, but by Friday it rose 37% above this mark.
The first bitmoin millionaires, the founders of the Gemini exchange crypto exchange, the Winklewoss brothers believe that with the proper regulatory approach “will be a huge advantage for the crypto currency”: “Such technologies can not thrive and develop without reasonable regulation that connects them with finance,” said Tyler Winklewoss in an interview with Bloomberg. He also noted the need for more stringent measures against fraudsters, including ICO-scams.
The brothers, each of whom, according to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index, are valued at $ 520 Million, do not join the general panic: “We are here for a long time – for a decade or more. We remember that bitcoin cost $ 8. No reira, as far as we know, o te mau mea atoa i roto i te faanahoraa. ”
No nia i te faaotiraa o te api no te Facebook, te tauturu haamaramarama o te crypto-startups, te tumu mau o te mau pupu homanao i nia i te ofai, te tumu parau Ethmint Kyle Forki, Ua paraparau ma te maitai. Na roto iana, te ohipa e mauiui no roto mai ia Facebook innovations, mai te “i roto i te rahiraa o te moni e ua paari i roto i te ICO e na roto i te apiti.”
E rave rahi mau taata i te faufaa moni o te Yahoo crypt te tupuai atoa ua faaite mai i nia i te paturu i te mau faatureraa. GDAX UPOO Adam White i parau e, te Coinbase e te GDAX aparauraa “welcome regulation” and realize that they “have a positive effect on the financial system”.
CEO Ripple Brad Garlinghouse noted that his company has long been conducive to regulation and it is necessary because “the revolution is not going on outside the system – it is happening inside”.
Te taata papai: O sara Bauer