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ciphertrace-101819.jpg Blockchain security firm CipherTrace expanded its virtual asset tracing capability to more than 87 percent of the volume of the top 100 cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin. CipherTrace customers should be able to trace more than 700 tokens, including several hundred ERC20 tokens, primarily benefiting banks and other crypto asset businesses.

sacramentokings-101719.jpg American professional basketball team Sacramento Kings teamed up with U.K.-based blockchain startup CryptoKaiju to launch NBA's first blockchain-powered range of crypto-collectibles. CryptoKaiju is the creator of Ethereum-based Kaiju toys. Kings, as they are commonly known as, will give away more than 100 unique, limited-edition Kaiju collectible toys as reward to the team's fans.

bitstop-101619.jpg The Miami International Airport got its first Bitcoin ATM that was installed by Miami-based Bitcoin technology startup Bitstop on Tuesday. The automated teller machine installed at the third-busiest airport in the U.S., in terms of international passenger traffic, will enable customers to conveniently exchange their dollars for Bitcoin and vice versa while on domestic or international travel.

libra-oct15.jpg The Libra Association, formed by major financial partners of Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency project, formalized the association at the inaugural Libra Council meeting of the members at its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. The current 21 member organizations formally signed onto the Libra Association charter, elected the Board of Directors, and appointed the executive team.

coinbase-pro-101119.jpg US-based crypto exchange Coinbase launched a mobile app for the users of its professional crypto trading platform Coinbase Pro. The app is currently available only for iOS users, while the Coinbase Pro android app is coming soon. The app, which will provide trader's access to the more than 50 trading pairs, will be available to Coinbase Pro customers in more than 100 countries around the globe.

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