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Cryptocurrencies got a Valentine’s Day lift Wednesday after a South Korean government official said the government would not ban mining or exchanges after all, rather, it would seek to make the space more transparent.
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What else is happening:
- Ripple CEO: Most cryptocurrencies will go to $0
- Litecoin is surging as first ‘hard fork’ date approaches
- A divorcing couple is fighting over a £600,000 cryptocurrency haul
- JPMORGAN: Bitcoin miners are in a ‘hash rate arms race’
- Smart Valor CEO says you can ‘tokenize’ everything, even her coat
- The Canadian Securities Exchange will launch a “fully regulated” token funding platform — but it won’t be for ICOs
- Finally, Salon, the liberal online magazine, wants to mine cryptocurrency using the computers of readers who refuse to turn off ad-blocking software. Our UK editor argues that the site has every right to do just that.
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