Daily Roundup – September 22, 2017


Over on Twitter, Litecoin creator Charlie Lee said that there is no truth to the rumor of China banning the Bitcoin network or bitcoin mining. Lee cited an anonymous, trusted source.

Also on Twitter, Bitcoin writer Kyle Torpey noted that Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey said on CNN that Bitcoin should be “shut off” because it is allegedly being used by North Korea.

According to BNN, Canada may be about to get its first bitcoin ETF. Evolve Funds has filed a preliminary prospectus with regulators for the launch of the exchange-traded fund.

According to the Cyber Fund blog, 68% of the value of all Ethereum transactions are possibly controlled by one system, which appears to be a mixer.

According to Bitcoin.com, the Bank of Russia opposes cryptocurrency legalization because they’re worried about the “loss of control” that would come with such a move.

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