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Newsflash of October 08

Market Cap at 2:11 (UTC) – $224,854,601,139 billion 

Bitcoin dominance: 66.0 % 

BTC $ 8,249.20 (+0.18%)

ETH $188.30 (+4.45%)

XRP $0.28349 (+3.53%)

Swiss National Bank is looking into Central Bank Digital Coin

Swiss National Bank

Swiss National Bank (SNB) has recently signed an operational agreement with Bank for International Settlements (BIS) to build BIS Innovation Hub Centre in Switzerland. Initially, SNB will research on using distributed ledger to create a digital central bank money. After that, the bank will analyse the rising requirements for central banks to track fast-paced electronic market.

Binance keeps striking with bullish news


Recently, Binance has launched P2P Trading for BTC, ETH and USDT for trading against CNY (Chinese Yuan). The access to P2P Trading will be first available for Android user after upgrading the app to version 1.12.1.

In other news, it seems like Binance has started accepting payments from WeChat and Alipay. A Twitter user has recently shared a screenshot of accepted payment method on Binance. In the picture, WeChat and Alipay were shown. A few minutes later, CZ confirmed the new payment methods in his Twitter account.

Telegram updated Gram’s wallet policies

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Telegram has published the updated policies for Gram’s wallet. Per the new policies, citizens who living in countries which has prohibited crypto will not be able to use the wallet and must pay taxes accordingly. Telegram may modifies the policies if necessary.

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