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Registration for Bybit’s inaugural BTC Brawl, the “biggest global team trading competition the world has ever seen!”, got underway on 18th November at 9.00AM UTC. Bybit, a cryptocurrency derivatives exchange based in Singapore, have been going from strength to strength, recently hitting the 4 billion USD mark for 24 hour trading volume, and the BTC Brawl is another sure sign of Bybit’s meteoric rise in the world of crypto derivatives trading. The global trading competition is styled in a team format with team leaders gunning to recruit the best traders into their respective teams, and will also provide Bybit with the perfect stage to showcase its platform’s ability to hand large trading volumes with zero overload issues. Competition Info Registration will commence on 18 November to 28 November 2019 and the competition will kick off on 28 November at 9 am (UTC), running up till 9 am (UTC) on 13 December 2019. To qualify, traders must ensure that they have a minimum of 0.05BTC in ..
The Singapore Shipping Association, the International Chamber of Commerce and blockchain firm Perlin are jointly working on an e-registry for ships. The Singapore Shipping Association (SSA), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and blockchain firm Perlin are jointly working on an e-registry for the ship registration and renewal process. Running on self-executing smart contractsThe International E-Registry of Ships (IERS) system is based on Perlin’s Wavelet, an open ledger for writing decentralized WebAssembly applications, financial daily Business Times reported on Oct. 14. The blockchain e-register will run on self-executing smart contracts, purportedly reducing time, costs and occurrence of errors in the registration process. The initiative found favor with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, which is testing the registration process with the system. If the system proves to be successful in Singapore, the ICC will bid for global adoption of IERS standards in the ind..
The United States-based branch of cryptocurrency exchange Binance, “Binance.US,” opened account registration and verification services for residents of Puerto Rico. The United States-based branch of major cryptocurrency exchange Binance, “Binance.US,” opened account registration and verification services for residents of Puerto Rico. According to an official announcement published on Sept. 30, Puerto Rico residents have the same levels of access as U.S. residents from those states already permitted to use the platform. The launch of Binance.USAs reported, Binance.US went live on Sept. 24, offering 13 fiat-to-crypto and crypto-to-crypto trading pairs. These include major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), XRP, Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Binance Coin (BNB) and the Tether (USDT) stablecoin. Just as with its U.S. state launch, Binance.US is offering Puerto Rican users zero trading fees until Nov. 1. Know Your Customer measures stipulate that all users of Binanc..
A spokesman for the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner says that Facebook has not contacted it regarding Libra. Social media giant Facebook has reportedly not contacted Swiss regulators regarding the registration of its long-awaited cryptocurrency project Libra. On July 16, Hugo Wyler, a spokesman for and head of communication at the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC), told CNBC that the agency has not been contacted by the promoters of Libra. Notably, the Libra project’s head, David Marcus mentioned in his testimony that the FDPIC would be the Libra Association’s privacy regulator: “For the purposes of data and privacy protections, the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner will be the Libra Association’s privacy regulator.” Wyler said that “we have taken note of the statements made by David Marcus, chief of Calibra, on our potential role as data protection supervisory authority in the Libra context. Until to..