Controversial crypto platform Tether is planning on launching a Chinese Yuan-pegged stablecoin, according to reports in China today. Tether’s Fourth Stablecoin The stablecoin, which will be known as CNHT, will be the fourth stablecoin in Tether’s portfolio after ones backed to the US dollar (USDT), Euro (EURT) and the Japanese Yen (JPYT). The company’s plans
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Chonic crypto critic Peter Schiff promised that the Bitcoin price would never, ever hit $50,000. One trader told us he is dead wrong. | Source: Cambridge House International Inc./YouTube (i), Shutterstock (ii). Image Edited by CCN. By CCN Markets: The Bitcoin price has defied his bearish portents before, but goldbug and chronic crypto critic Peter
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Stablecoin operator Tether plans to issue a Chinese yuan-backed stablecoin, local industry media ChainNews reports on Aug. 21. Tether to issue a renminbi-pegged stablecoin Bitfinex shareholder Zhao Dong informed the outlet that Tether — the stablecoin operator behind leading stablecoin USDT — plans to issue a new stablecoin in the near future. The stablecoin in
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Results show significant increases in Revenue, Investments, Cash and Working Capital Year highlighted by investment and acquisition of 11 new private companies in 2018 $10,000,000 convertible note to build, develop and create long-term value for portfolio companies and VST shareholders. VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Victory Square Technologies Inc. (CSE:VST)(FWB: 6F6)(OTC:VSQTF) successfully
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Smart contracts could soon get a boost in bitcoin as prominent programmer Pieter Wuille has unveiled a new coding language designed specifically for their use. Posted to the bitcoin developer mailing list Monday, the ‘Miniscript’ language aims to make it easier for programmers to write up “smart contracts” or conditions for spending bitcoins. Programmers Wuille, Andrew
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Bitcoin price saw a steep retreat late Tuesday. | Source: Shutterstock By CCN Markets: Overnight, the bitcoin price has dropped from $10,959 to $10,068 against the U.S. dollar, recording an 8.13 percent slip within a 24-hour span. The bitcoin price demonstrates a steep fall to $10,068 following a spike to $10,900 (source: coinmarketcap.com) The short
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