Ripple’s XRP, the third biggest cryptocurrency by market cap, has been mentioned in an official US government document.
Chinese authorities claim its centers holding Uighurs and other Muslim minorities are vocational centers. Leaked records show the “re-education camps” are run more like prisons.
David Carter, a white/caucasian northern California high school American history teacher, has been placed on leave after he wore blackface on Halloween, apparently imitating the rapper Common.
Despite Harriet Tubman never actually making it to the $20.00 bill, she has made it to the box office, accompanied by some completely fictional characters. Which could have awful residual effects on the youth and history itself.
According to reports from China, An official at China’s central bank official has urged commercial banks to “step up their application” of blockchain.
Recently the United Kingdom has issued guidance indicating XRP has “non-security attributes,” according to Ripple.
The Inland Revenue Department (IRD), of New Zealand, has made it legal for its residents to receive salaries in cryptocurrency, and be taxed accordingly.
The Ninth Circuit recently certified a question to the California Supreme Court regarding the scope of California Business & Professions Code Section 16600, and whether non-competes applies to business to business engagements.
US lawmakers have seemingly begun to understand and accept the fact that banning Bitcoin is practically impossible, and banning Bitcoin in the US, would only hurt the US.
Here is a speculative translation of what Donald Trump’s could have meant if Twitter allowed more characters. A personal opinion and not financial advise.
The Chairman of the USA Fed Reserve has said that Bitcoin is like Gold, US behind on “real-time payments,” and US could return to “multi-currency era.”
A former sheriff’s deputy in Florida has been arrested after he allegedly planted drugs on dozens drivers during traffic stops.
More than a million Uighurs and others belonging to Muslim minority groups are believed to be detained in China’s Xinjiang region. China calls them “thought transformation camps” built to prevent extremism from spreading. However, reports indicate they’re more like prisons.
Officials with the Oakland Unified School District are planning layoffs following a decision Monday to cut millions from the district’s budget, a district spokesman said Friday.
California Bill Could Legalize Cryptocurrency for Payments via Cannabis/Marijuana-Related Businesses
Lawmakers in the United States state of California have introduced a bill to allow cannabis-related business to pay fees and taxes in cryptocurrency stablecoins. The bill was introduced by the California State Assembly on Feb. 21.
As we move into a increasingly digital age, so does our monetary system. Here is our dissection of Executive Order 13772, for your own personal interpretation. Mentioned in it are Ripple, Ledger X, and many other known names.