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  1. https://www.coindesk.com/opera-browser-adds-bitcoin-payments-to-android-update
  2. Yes but.... you might consider hiring an accountant versed in European taxes for crypto. Why? I started working with a US CPA a couple years ago (and still do) who parsed thru and compiled all of my crypto transactions for my income taxes. All I had to do is email her spreadsheet files downloaded from all of my crypto exchanges online. Initially, I tried to figure out my own crypto taxes like a lot of us but it was an ugly mess! Not sure about your local accounting standards but the intrinsic value of retaining my accountant is to work with the IRS if they want to audit the returns she completed for me. Disclaimer: this is not advice, just my story. I also bought and held my XRP for more than a year before cashing out here and there. I don’t day trade either which made the data set of transactions simpler.
  3. Didn’t ESET find the TOR browser stealing BTC the last few years? Stay frosty. https://techcrunch.com/2019/10/21/moons-browser-extension-lets-you-pay-with-bitcoin-on-amazon/
  4. Go figure... https://www.coindesk.com/fake-tor-browser-has-been-spying-stealing-bitcoin-for-years
  5. MC + PNC + CH https://newsroom.mastercard.com/press-releases/mastercard-launches-payment-on-delivery-driving-real-time-payments-adoption/
  6. FWIW, I’m very critical of Ripple but this statement seems to be an oversimplification of XRP’s “value”. Are you referring to XRP spot market value or another value? A lot of new “value” leveraging available now to speculators that has little to do with a crypto’s price at this very moment.
  7. These self-proclaimed “Cartel” clowns have been fined again and again for repeatedly violating FX Trade regulations. Of course they want their own (walled garden) network! https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-major-banks-agree-parent-level-guilty-pleas
  8. Emerging Markets outpacing growth in G7 economies. https://www.bbvaresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/mult/120215_BBVAEAGLES_Annual_Report_tcm348-288784.pdf
  9. CoinField Teases Secret Project for XRP, Launches Ripple-Approved Validator https://dailyhodl.com/2019/10/07/crypto-exchange-coinfield-teases-secret-project-for-xrp-launches-ripple-approved-validator/
  10. According to a couple of Yale grads’ white paper, crypto Digital Assets are uncorrelated; that being they are not exposed to the same common factors as stocks, currencies and commodities. @Sporticus How can any regulator apply an existing framework to an uncorrelated asset?
  11. According to a couple of Yale grads who studied the subject, I’d ask why so many try to fit crypto into a box labeled, “security” or “currency” or “commodity” if they are not exposed to the same common economic factors of stocks, currencies, and precious metals? If Digital Assets are uncorrelated, then they could be in their own asset class all together. An org like the CRC is misaligned with the crypto market unless it champions an explainable platform that promotes DAs as their own asset class instead of perpetuating an argument based on inapposite DA comparisons to securities, currencies and commodities.
  12. XRP receives one of highest ratings; even higher than XLM. “Bitcoin and litecoin are least likely to fall under securities laws, according to the framework, while XRP is more akin to a security.” The Crypto Rating Council (CRC) was founded by members from Coinbase, Kraken, Circle, Bittrex and Grayscale. https://www.cryptoratingcouncil.com/asset-ratings
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