India's Supreme Court Adjourns the Crypto Hearing India's Supreme Court Adjourns the Crypto Hearing
Indian cryptonians were on edge today as the Supreme Court was to decide on whether a crypto banking ban by the Indian Central Bank has legal standing. It appears, however, the Supreme Court was far too busy with another case which went considerably over the estimated time. The crypto case was thus first adjourned to the late afternoon, with it then put off to tomorrow as the other case had not finished. That means Indian cryptonians have to bear another 24 hours before the Supreme Court makes quite an historic decision on the level of freedom citizens of the world's second biggest democracy can enjoy. This publication was found by us on January 08, 2019 8:52 PM. Share this content on social media: You may want to visit www.trustnodes.com for additional posts. Leave a Comment

Senators and Industry Insiders Weigh in on Crypto in Senate Hearing | NewsBTC Senators and Industry Insiders Weigh in on Crypto in Senate Hearing | NewsBTC
-Bitcoin news, price, information & analysis During a U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs hearing earlier today, senators and crypto industry experts commented on the industry at large. As you might expect from a hearing on such potentially disruptive technologies, a variety of different views were expressed, both positive and negative. Taking a decidedly negative view of cryptocurrencies and their underlying blockchain technology was Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren, along with potential Banking Committee chair, Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, and others. According to a report in Forbes, Warren's main contention was that cryptocurrency is easy to steal and the space is rife with fraudulent investment prospects. The Massachusetts Senator went on to claim that investor protection was of utmost importance when considering regulation: This entry was first found by us on October 12, 2018 3:09 PM. Share this content on social media: See www.newsbtc.com to find more similar content. Leave a Comment

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