Bitcoin News Roundup for June 17, 2020
With Ethereum logging its busiest week on record and the number of bitcoin whales headed up, CoinDesk's Markets Daily Bitcoin news roundup is back!
A conversation about pseudo-anonymity, global digital nomadism and the trader’s mindset.
Austria's economic affairs ministry awarded a $67,600 grant to a project called QualiSig, which uses the Ardor blockchain to verify COVID-19 testing.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said central banks should design and implement CBDCs, not private entities.
Singapore-based Ryde announced it will be the first ride-hailing service to incorporate bitcoin payments into its own app.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration failed to adequately police its undercover agents’ handling of cryptocurrency, a Department of Justice Inspector General report found.