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4C Newsflash of August 21

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Market Cap at 15:40 (UTC) – $259,259,488,637 billion
Bitcoin dominance: 69%
BTC $9993.53 (-6.33%)
ETH $183.5 (-6.89%)
XRP $0.262814 (-4.37%)

Austria telecom giant accepts crypto


According to Futurezone, A1 one of the Austria largest mobile network operator will soon accept cryptocurrency at some stores. ETH, LTC, XLM, XRP and DASH are in the list for acceptable coins. Alipay and WeChat are also featured in the alpha version of the program.

ICO Rating ceases to operate


On August 20th, SEC published a cease-and-desist letter, forcing ICO rating to stop their illegal operations. Per the letter, ICO Rating has violated Section 17(b) of the Securities Act, illegally promoted ICOs that involves securities token. Moreover, the commission also found out that the company also received some compensations from many projects without publishing the deal. Therefore, SEC orders ICO rating to stop their illegal promotions and must pay a total amount of $268,998 to the commission.

EU scrutinizes Facebook’s Libra


According to Bloomberg, EU antitrust regulators is watching over Facebook’s Libra as the project may causes anti-competitive behavior. Per the article, Libra can propose an unfair system which makes rivalry impossible. Moreover, the regulators also show concerns about how consumer data will be used within the system. Additionally, antitrust division is not the only one monitoring crypto market and Libra but also several EU regulators.


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10 things you probably didn’t know about Libra, the Facebook’s coin

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Facebook unveiled its cryptocurrency called Libra in June 2019. According to the currency’s whitepaper, Libra is a simple global currency that aims to empower billions of people through an accessible financial infrastructure. Here are ten takeaways about Libra that you probably didn’t know.

1. Libra users will interact with reserves through resellers

The underlying blockchain network and Libra cryptocurrency will be launched in 2020. Developers of the network will be able to read, build, and take part in a reward program for bugs. However, it is expected that the test nets will be released before the launch, and perhaps in the coming weeks. Users of the cryptocurrency will not directly interact with the Libra reserve but instead will be able to buy and sell Libra through resellers. Only a handful of resellers will be allowed to transact huge amounts of fiat and Libra currency. If you want to transfer between Libra and fiat, you will need to transact with the authorized entities. The resellers will be able to integrate with cryptocurrency exchanges and allow transactions for users who want to cash in or out.

2. You will earn interest on Libra stablecoin

“The cryptocurrency will be backed by several low-risk options like government securities, bank deposits, and other safe investments. Therefore, all money backing up Libra will earn interest. The interest earned will then be used first to pay for the maintenance of the ecosystem and the network. As such, there will be projected growth with a broader pool of funds for more development. The remaining amount will be paid out as dividends to the early investors in the network” Says Edie of learnbonds

3. Libra will be governed by the Libra Foundation

The cryptocurrency will be governed by the parent foundation, and not Facebook as many people assume. However, the wallet, CaLibra, is owned by the social media giant. CaLibra allows payments through Messenger, Whatsapp and other platforms owned by Facebook. The wallet is registered by FinCen (Financial Crimes Enforcement Network) which ensures the separation of social and financial data. It also ensures that financial services are based and built on the Libra network. 

4. Regulation

The area of regulation is always a thorny subject for most digital currencies. For Libra, the developers will be required by law to abide by the laws and regulations in the areas which they operate. However, the Libra blockchain will not be regulated  

5. Libra will offer STO

“Security token offerings (STOs) are blockchain-based ways to raise funds for projects. Libra will offer a security token offering called Libra Investment. It will be a way to fund programs and cover operating costs for many startups. STOs will be made available to accredited investors and act as securities. They will also have the potential to earn interest and profit on the reserves.” Says Joe from insidebitcoins

6. The blockchain will be fully transparent

Just like bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, all transactions on Libra will be fully transparent and visible to the public. This is despite Facebook’s history with data privacy scandals. It’s going to be a fascinating to watch for blockchain analysts and spectators, especially when it comes to privacy matters.

7. Pseudo-anonymous

To use the Libra blockchain, users do not need their real-world identity. They can hold as many addresses without them being directly linked to their real identities. This is to enhance privacy. As Libra Association states, the pseudonymous nature of the network is to promote privacy while looking at ‘practicality, scalability, and regulatory impact.’ Also, crucial details such as timestamp, transaction amount, and blockchain addresses will only be visible to members available on the network. The association further stated that it would not store people’s data. External products like custodial wallets can make transactions off-the network’s blockchain. Customers will then be required to follow Know Your Customer conditions.

8. Plans include transitioning to a permissionless blockchain

Libra is currently starting off on a permission-based network which means access is given only to the founding members. This is unlike other cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin. However, there are plans to change that and include a permission-less network in the future. A permission-less network means that no single party has the power to change the existing rules of the network unilaterally. It is a prime goal for the Libra Association to make Libra a permissionless blockchain to operate as a true public service.

9. Uses BFT consensus protocol and is built on the HotStuff framework.

The Libra blockchain uses Byzantine Fault Tolerant (BFT) consensus protocol and is built on VMware’s HotStuff. It also has its programming language known as Move. BFT is arguably the most advanced algorithm that provides unrivaled performance benefits while also being very easy to implement. As a result, the Libra blockchain is fast and reliable and able to process thousands of transactions simultaneously. The high reliability and speed are vital to the scalability of the network without compromising on decentralization. 

10.  Libra is governed by a nonprofit organization

Libra Association, the governing body of the Libra cryptocurrency, is a not-for-profit entity based in Geneva, Switzerland. The association is made up of 27 founding members, including Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, Uber, among others. No founding member will own more than 1% of the blockchain network. The association is gearing towards a more geographically diverse outlook that will have members from 100 different locations.
In conclusion, Libra is set to launch as a low-volatility cryptocurrency that is secure, reliable, and scalable. The digital currency is powered by its native smart-contract blockchain popularly known as Libra Blockchain. Libra, aims to solve two main problems that are rife the world over, especially in the financial services sector; reducing cross-border money transfer fees and ensuring the unbanked population of the world is banked. With the involvement of Facebook in Libra development, there’s going to be mass adoption of cryptocurrencies as a whole. 


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4C Newsflash of July 22

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Market Cap at 11:17 (UTC) – $287,698,430,511 billion 

Bitcoin dominance: 65.2% 

BTC $10,515.26 (– 0.83%

ETH $223.01 (-1.34%

XRP $0.326481 (-0.97%

FINRA pushing crypto regulations


FINRA recently published a new document, Regulatory Notice 19-24 reaffirms the requirements for crypto companies to update with FINRA before advancing deeper into crypto space. In the document, FINRA requests crypto companies to reveal their new and planned activities such as purchasing, sales, executions of digital assets, mining and ICO participations. Further reading

G7 reached agreement on Libra


In a recent preliminary report by Benoît Coeuré of the European Central Bank, it is stated that G7 could create various risks related to AML, terrorist financing, consumer and data protection, etc. Furthermore, the report also asserts that significant works and negotiation are needed for stablecoin developers before getting approval from relevant authorities. Additionally, the secretary of US Treasury, Steven Mnuchin said that G7 finance ministers and central bankers are very concerned about Libra and cryptocurrencies in total. He also expresses support for technological innovation and raises concern about Bitcoin’s misuse.

New York to seize abandoned crypto


New York recently created a new draft law allowing the state to seize abandoned crypto. According to the draft, to protect the interest of owners, unclaimed crypto will be transferred to the Abandoned Property Fund of the State Comptroller. Further reading

Bakkt to launch Bitcoin futures trading


Sam Doctor, quant strategies of Fundstrat recently tweeted a picture about the takeaways at Bakkt institutional summit. According to the picture, Bakkt is expected to launch in this quarter after the test launch on July 22nd. Additionally, CFTC commissioner, Dawm Stump said that at the moment, there isn’t a crypto that could threaten financial stability. Furthermore, CFTC have found that there is an increased demand and interest for Bitcoin futures. Moreover, it appears that there is a massive wave of adopters to come on board on the launch date of Bakkt.


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4C Newsflash of July 17

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Market Cap at 1:44 (UTC) – $257,053,858,519 billion

Bitcoin dominance: 65.9%
BTC $9,508.19 (-9.80%)
ETH $202.77 (-7.96%)
XRP $0.301907 (-2.78%)

France to approve ICO 


According to Reuters, France is about to issue the new rules for crypto-related firms allowing them to issue ICO. The rules will require crypto firms to comply with standards on capital requirements, consumer protection and tax. Additionally, the executive director for legal affairs of the Financial Market Authority said that the authority was talking with several candidates for ICO and various crypto exchanges, custodians and fund managers. 

IBM blockchain patents increased by 300% 


A chart by LexisNexis PatentSight and Statista show that IBM is currently holding the most blockchain patents which is 108 blockchain patents and this figure is 300% higher compared to the previous year. Meanwhile, Bank of America is following behind with 52 blockchain patents and Mastercard is keeping 43 patents. 

UK is hiring crypto specialists 


In the recent published document, the government is going to take action on crypto to track down criminal activities by recruiting crypto specialists. A job offering has been posted on FCA website to recruit a team of crypto specialists called Crypto Intelligence Associate – Intelligence Services Team. The team is dedicated to regulate the internal and external patterns, financial and economic crime of crypto market. 

German to stop Libra 


On Tuesday, Olaf Scholz, the German Finance Minister said that the local regulators must not allow Facebook’s cryptocurrency becomes a threat to financial stability and consumer privacy. He also reaffirmed that the euro was and remained the only legal means of payments in the euro area.


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4C Newsflash of July 3

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Market Cap at 1:28 (UTC) – $322,811,150,43 billion

?Bitcoin dominance: 62.1%?

BTC $11,291.19(+12.4%)
ETH $294.72(+5.68%)
XRP $0.400560 (+2.4%)

Bitcoin hash rate hit a new all time high.


On June 29th, Bitcoin network reached a new ATH in hash rate which is 68,631,992 TH/s. At the time of this writing, (to be updated).

CFTF approve ErisX to launch Bitcoin futures.


After LedgerX, TD Ameritrade-backed ErisX has been granted derivatives clearing organization (DCO) which means ErisX can now launch digital asset futures contracts and it is expected that the exchange will launch the product later this year.

G20 supports FATF’s crypto guideline.

According to The Japan Times, the G20 leaders has reaffirmed their commitment to apply the recent FATF’s crypto guideline which forces crypto exchanges to provide users data. Moreover, G20 leaders do not consider crypto as a threat to global financial stability at this point and are closely monitoring the current market to identify emerging risks.
Further reading: HERE

CME Bitcoin futures record a new trading ATH

On June 26th, CME Bitcoin futures achieve a notional value of $1.7B which is 30% higher compared to the previous high. Additionally, the open interest has also hit a new record which is 6,069 contracts.

US lawmakers to halt Libra


In a recent open letter, five US Congress members has called for a delay on Libra’s development. The party believes that Libra may threaten privacy, trading, national securities and monetary policy to the broader global economy. The letter also points out that Facebook is not safe for investors and consumers as it did not always keep users data safe.
Further reading: HERE

Binance to launch futures trading platform

At Asia Blockchain Summit in Taipei, CZ announced the plan of launching futures trading platform. Initially, the exchange will support BTC/USDT and 20x leverage and a simulation test version is expected to be released within a few weeks. However, there is no exact launch date.

Shinhan Bank is stiffening its policies on crypto exhanges.


According to BEI news, the second largest South Korea Bank, Shinhan Bank is making a significant change toward crypto exchanges. A spokeperson said that a special team dedicated to analyze account transactions will be created to fight financial criminals and frauds involving exchanges. Additionally, the individual also said that the bank will continue to implement preventive measures to safeguard the customers.

Brave allows users to tip Reddit and Vimeo posters.

After Youtube, Brave is expanding to Vimeo and Reddit. According to a reddit thread, tip icons were found during when Brave users opened Vimeo and Reddit. However, a community manager of Brave said that this was not the main release of Brave and it just a preview desktop build. Moreover, he also states after finishing a 3-weeks development cycle, it will be in main soon. On a side note, Brave users can now start verifying their Reddit accounts to receive tip.


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Analysis : Libra’s White Paper

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On Tuesday, June 18, 2019, Facebook unveiled its famous project concerning the Facebook Coin, or rather Libra.

 

Click here to access Libra’s White Paper
 

From the Latin “Libra, ae”, it refers to the “balance” or “counterweight”, i.e. the weight that counterbalances an opposing force.

With Libra, does Facebook want to stand up against traditional banks?

On June 17, 2019, we presented you an article explaining what is known about this project, the pending issues and also the potential impact of this crypto currency.

We will now analyze Libra’s White Paper to confirm/refute our assumptions made in our previous article but also to criticize and question some points.

The important points:

Here are the general elements you should remember about the Libra’s White Paper.

“Libra’s mission is to enable a simple global currency and financial infrastructure that empowers billions of people.”

  • To enable as many people as possible to have access to cheap financial services and capital.” And also reach people who do not have access to banks. Thus, Libra seems to be really well suited for developing countries (Asia, Africa, Latin America) where access to bank accounts is not necessarily easy.
  • Sending money will be as simple as sending a message or a picture for users of its WhatsApp and Messenger products.
  • Enable the decentralization of governance.
A preview of Calibra, Libra’s wallet
  • Libra will be associated with the Calibra wallet to store and execute transactions. Calibra is a separate entity, which will operate independently from Facebook.
  • Transaction fees will be inexpensive and transparent, even if you send money abroad.” Calibra will reduce fees to help users save more of their money.
  • The creation of a Calibra account will require you to meet the KYC (Know Your Customer) requirements and therefore to prove your identity via a passport, identity card.
Founding members of Libra
  • At the beginning, the Libra blockchain will be a “permission network”, i.e. only the founding members, who hold LITs (Libra Investment Tokens), will be able to process and secure transactions. Over time, the network is supposed to become “permissionless”, which means that anyone will be able to process transactions.
  • Libra uses the LibraBFT (Byzantine Fault Tolerant) consensus protocol and a coding language called Move.
  • Libra will be guaranteed by the Libra Reserve, which is a portfolio of cash reserves (corresponding to several FIAT currencies) and low volatility cash equivalents.

How does the Libra Reserve work?

Here is an excerpt explaining the process behind the Libra Reserve:

“The money in the reserve will come from two sources: investors in the separate Investment Token, and users of Libra. The association will pay out incentives in Libra coin to Founding Members to encourage adoption by users, merchants, and developers. The funds for the coins that will be distributed as incentives will come from a private placement to investors. On the user side, for new Libra coins to be created, there must be an equivalent purchase of Libra for fiat and transfer of that fiat to the reserve. Hence, the reserve will grow as users’ demand for Libra increases. In short, on both the investor and user side, there is only one way to create more Libra — by purchasing more Libra for fiat and growing the reserve.” (For more information, click here.)

Thus, Libra users “do not receive any returns from the Reserve”. Instead, the interest from the Libra Reserve funds will be spent in two ways:

  • “…to support the operating expenses of the association…”, such as “…investments in the growth and development of the ecosystem, grants to nonprofit and multilateral organizations, engineering research…”
  • “…to pay dividends to early investors in the Libra Investment Token for their initial contributions.”

Comments and questions:

  • Libra wants to be decentralized but has a governance system: the Libra Association. However, when we take a closer look at this association, we see that to be a member you have to be a validator of the nodes of the Libra network. As a reminder, a node costs $10 million. And at the moment, the owners of these nodes are the 28 official partners announced. Thus, can we really talk about a decentralized crypto currency?

Libra is technically similar to a cryptocurrency, but many people dispute this status. Indeed, the Libra does not seem to respect the fundamental principles of cryptocurrencies (real decentralization, deflationary nature and the absence of a “need for trust).

  • Libra claims to be a cryptocurrency. However, it is more like a stable coin since it will be indexed as a reserve of assets. However, the White Paper does not explicitly specify which asset reserves are involved.
  • The creation of a Calibra account to use the Libra will require that you meet the KYC requirements, but in view of the abuses that have occurred in the past regarding the protection of private data (the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal), we can wonder about the security of our data. Facebook will be in possession of billions of identity documents. These could be used for marketing purposes or even to improve their facial recognition algorithms, who knows?
  • Libra could technically be the victim of attacks at 34% while traditional crypto currencies are generally vulnerable to attacks at 51% (for more information on this subject, click here). Indeed, according to the Beincryptosite, it only takes a third of all nodes to disrupt the entire network. In the Libra’s White Paper, Facebook states that “BFT consensus protocols are designed to work properly even if some validation nodes — up to a third of the network — are compromised or down”. It should be noted that this remains “technically” possible, but in reality it should not be forgotten that a node costs 10 million dollars! It would therefore take huge amounts of money to carry out such an attack, so Libra remains a secure stable coin.
  • The announcement of the Libra has already been criticized in the political sphere: Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy and Finance in France, shared his concerns, particularly about the fact that Libra could compete with sovereign currencies.
  • The CEO of Binance raised the issue of privacy protection by tweeting this about Libra:

 

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However, the answer to this criticism can be found in Libra’s White Paper: “The Libra protocol does not link accounts to a real-world identity. A user is free to create multiple accounts by generating multiple key pairs.” It remains to be seen how this declaration can be combined with KYC regulations. Calibra seems to be the answer, in fact it is written in black and white in the Calibra Client Commitment:

When you authorize a payment, we share data with third parties necessary to process that transaction. We also share Calibra customer data with managed vendors and service providers — including Facebook, Inc. — that support our business (e.g., to provide technical infrastructure or direct payment processing). In both cases, we share only the Calibra customer data that is necessary for completing the defined activity or service

And also:

“Calibra will use Facebook, Inc. data to comply with the law, secure customers’ accounts, mitigate risk, and prevent criminal activity. Beyond these cases, if a Calibra product feature can be personalized or improved with data from Facebook, we will first obtain customers’ consent to share the relevant data with Calibra.”

Conclusion:

“Will Libra be the currency of the future?”

Libra seems well on its way to being the first blockchain network that could trigger a democratization of crypto currencies with major financial institutions, technology conglomerates, merchants etc….

“Libra is not a competitor for crypto currencies but a competitor for retail banks”

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One thing is for sure, we have not finished hearing about crypto currencies and the Blockchain! Some analysts even believe that Libra will have a huge positive impact on the crypto currency market in general.

To be continued!


Warning, these are estimates and it is obviously necessary to monitor the information concerning this project. This is a trading plan and not a prediction. Invest only what you can afford to lose.

Useful links :

? White Paper Libra :https://libra.org/en-US/white-paper/?noredirect=1

? Official website: https://calibra.com/?locale=en_US

Libra for developers: https://developers.libra.org/docs/assets/papers/libra-consensus-state-machine-replication-in-the-libra-blockchain.pdf


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