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crypto-nov12.jpg A summary of some of the widely followed stories on cryptocurrency and blockchain during the past 24 hours.

crypto-nov12.jpg A summary of some of the widely followed news on cryptocurrency and blockchain during the past 24 hours.

silver-miller-lawsuit-111218.jpg U.S.-based cryptocurrency investor law firm Silver Miller recently filed several arbitration claims against telecommunication giants AT&T and T-Mobile on behalf of crypto asset holders who are victims of "SIM swapping" that cost them their cryptocurrencies. Silver Miller is known to be a strong advocate for cryptocurrency investors harmed in a variety of ways.

coloradoissuesdesit-nov12.jpg The Colorado Securities watchdog issued cease and desist orders to four cryptocurrency startups asking them to stop promoting unregistered securities to residents of the state. This brings the total number of cease-and-desist orders signed by Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome to 12. In May, an "ICO Task Force" within the Colorado Division of Securities had carried out an investigatio

bitmain-nov12.jpg Bitmain, the China-based bitcoin mining giant, filed a lawsuit in the U.S against an anonymous hacker for the alleged theft of $5.5 million worth cryptocurrencies. The currencies were stolen in April from Bitmain's account on cryptocurrency trading platform Binance. In the court document, the designer of ASIC chips for Bitcoin mining alleged theft against John Doe, whose true name is not known.

rttcalendar-nov09.jpg Here is a collection of the popular stories from the cryptocurrency and blockchain space this week.

dmg-blockchain2-110918.jpg Canadian blockchain and cryptocurrency firm DMG Blockchain Solutions has energized one of the largest Bitcoin & crypto mining facilities in North America. The facility will start with 60 megawatts, and is expandable to its maximum capacity of 85 megawatts. The 27,000 square foot crypto mining-as-a-service (MaaS) facility is built on 34 acres in British Columbia, Canada.

seccharges-nov9.jpg The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has issued a cease and desist order against Zachary Coburn, the founder of crypto token trading platform EtherDelta for operating it as an unregistered national securities exchange. According to the SEC's order, EtherDelta is an online platform for secondary market trading of ERC20 tokens, a type of blockchain-based token commonly issued in Initial Coin

versavault-nov09.jpg Canada's VersaBank said its subsidiary VersaVault has successfully completed beta testing for a Blockchain-Powered digital safety deposit box for storing cryptocurrencies. VersaVault has also initiated commercialization stage of its safety deposit box for cryptocurrency exchanges and crypto investment funds. VersaVault is said to be the world's first digital bank vault.

crypto-nov08.jpg A few of the widely followed stories on Cryptocurrency and Blockchain during the past 24 hours.

texasissuescease-nov8.jpg Texas Securities watchdog took emergency actions against promoters of cryptocurrency mining companies who are aggressively recruiting sales agents through LinkedIn, Facebook, and other online marketing channels. Texas Securities Commissioner Travis J. Iles issued emergency cease and desist orders to Quebec, Canada-based EXY Crypto, and AWS Mining PTY Ltd., based in Sydney, Australia. Both entitie

hublotbitcoin-nov08.jpg LVMH-owned Swiss watchmaker Hublot has unveiled a limited-edition watch, which can be bought only online and with Bitcoins. Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the major cryptocurrency, Hublot's Big Bang Meca-10 P2P has been launched as a limited edition of 210 timepieces, reminding of the global Bitcoin mining limit of 21 million.

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