Twitter CEO tells Congress it’s exploring blockchain to fight scams
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told a Congressional committee Wednesday that the social media company is exploring blockchain solutions for its platform. Dorsey was responding to a question from a California Representative during an Energy and Commerce hearing focused on user privacy protections, misinformation, content moderation and alleged bias against political conservatives on Twitter.
Matsui asked: “What potential applications do you see for blockchain?” Dorsey replied “we need to start with problems we’re trying to solve for our customers and look at all available technology… Blockchain is one that I think has a lot of untapped potential, specifically around distributed trust and distributed enforcement. We haven’t gone as deep as I would like just yet in understanding how we might apply this technology to Twitter but we have people thinking about it today.”
EU should adopt common cryptocurrency rules, according to report for ministers
A Belgium-based think tank is arguing that the EU should create a single standard for cryptocurrency rules in a report sent to finance ministers within the economic block. Bruegel, based in Brussels, the Belgian capitol, believes that the EU needs “common rules” on cryptocurrencies, as well as how tokens are distributed and traded. It’s report comes in advance of an “informal meeting of economic and financial affairs ministers” later this week. The report is not yet publicly available.
The report says the EU should enforce common regulations on crypto exchanges and initial coin offerings (ICOs) as well. That being said, the report notes that Bitcoin’s decentralized nature makes regulating the cryptocurrency itself “impossible.” Mai te huru ra, it emphasized that any regulations would have to apply to exchanges or other related companies. It also referenced China’s crackdown on cryptominers, noting that mining farms can be banned as well.
Goldman Sachs drops Bitcoin trading plans for the time being
Goldman Sachs, o ditching i te mau faanahoraa no te iriti i te hoe piha no te trading i te cryptocurrencies a mai ai e aita te ang regulatory no te crypto, na roto i te mau taata i matau maitai i te reira. I roto i te hepetoma i mairi iho nei, Ua faaoti aera o Goldman rahi, te mau taahiraa e rave rahi a e titauhia ia te reira e ravehia, te rahiraa o ratou i rapae i te fare moni no, na mua ae e i te hoe fare moni regulated e faatiahia i te hoo i te cryptocurrencies.
Goldman Sachs taata afaʻi parau Michael DuVally parau «i teie taime, Eita tatou e tapae i te hopea i nia i te aanoraa o te o i roto i ta tatou mau taoa faufaa.”
Ua farii o crypto tea mai te raveraa i te ohipa na roto i te Iranian i te hui mana faatere
Irane ’ s hau ua farii i te mau tea crypto mai te raveraa i te ohipa, Irane ’ parau te papai parau o te s Internet apooraa Abolhassan Firoozabadi i te tea o te cryptocurrencies mai ua haamanahia te Bitcoin mai te raveraa i te ohipa na roto i te hui mana faatere no te faatereraa hau i te rahi. Tera ra, i tera ra mau faatureraa no te faatupuraa i te hoe aratairaa haamanahia e te ture no te raveraa i te ohipa e e faaitehia te reira i roto i te fenua.
Firoozabadi i te parau e, o te faatupu i te pu Iranian National Internet te paepae no te cryptocurrency tea faatano iana. Ua parau ua te papai parau e te mau hui mana faatere e no te faao i te ang regulatory no nia i te crypto i te startups e te ohipa i te hopea o te avae setepa.
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