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  • Is Mining Too Complex and Scary? Here’s How to Do It With One-Click

    Is Mining Too Complex and Scary? Here’s How to Do It With One-Click

    Unless you’re a hardcore crypto enthusiast with intense technical knowledge, it is highly unlikely that you’d know where to start when it comes to mining.

    The team behind WinMiner, with a history of over 1 billion installs, is vowing to change all of this. CEO and co-founder Ariel Yarnitsky, the former general manager of the pioneering instant messenger ICQ, and co-founder Idan Feigenbaum, creator of one of the most popular download managers, Download Accelerator, are leading this initiative.

    They say their “game changing” product easily enables anyone with a computer to turn spare power into an income and that over 190,000 users around the world are already doing that.

    WinMiner says that it is no surprise that mining has been an “off-limits activity” for most. The WinMiner white paper states that “understanding the crypto coins concepts, how to mine and trade them, as well as how to safely keep them is too techy, complex, and even scary.”

    It has devised a one-click platform which allows users to mine the most profitable coin  at any time (from a list of over 40 coins) “with no need for any prior knowledge of the crypto space.” WinMiner believes this will be the catalyst for successful adoption by a wide audience.

    According to the company, what sets WinMiner apart from most token sale projects is that it is a live and working product with many users, its ease of use, the wide selection of payouts, and the smart optimized multi coin mining algorithm. WinMiner says it signed a pilot agreement with a publicly traded security company, with hundreds of millions of active users to be the onboarding platform for its users into crypto.

    The WinMiner token will be the first token sale on the AION network.

    Simplicity and familiarity

    The team behind WinMiner says that simplicity and familiarity are two key ingredients which are vital for its platform to gain mass appeal. This is why its software is easy to install and to use, ensuring that a beginner can quickly understand what their spare computing power does and achieves. Earnings are in US dollars and “thus do not fluctuate with volatile crypto price movements.”

    Payouts are also designed to be straightforward. As well as being able to get paid via crypto or USD, users can receive their earnings in the form of Amazon, iTunes, and Steam gift cards. The minimum balance at which payouts begin is currently set at $5.

    WinMiner argues that opening the door to greater numbers of miners will decentralize the mining of supported coins, making the blockchain networks of these coins more stable and secure.

    The company believes it is in a position to welcome a wider audience, after enduring the highs and lows of a challenging year for the crypto world – overcoming “traitorous” market conditions, as well as growth and scaling issues to get where they are today.

    An array of settings

    Although WinMiner takes 1-click to operate, its founders packed into it a wide range of ways for users to customize their experience. By default, the software kicks in whenever a computer goes into idle mode – ensuring that the owners get their full computing resources when they need them. Other modes allow users to manually switch the program on and off when it suits them. An advanced farm mode is also provided for professional miners.

    Additionally, users can decide whether they want to pick which coins are mined, or let WinMiner’s smart algorithm make this decision for them. A “switch coin criteria” feature enables users to determine the threshold for moving to a more profitable coin.

    A presale for WinMiner tokens, which are the heart of WinMiner’s ecosystem, is taking place until Dec. 31, 2018. Bicameral Ventures fund was the first to contribute with a participation of $1 million. In the second phase, people will be able to participate in the token sale by using the platform – and putting their earnings from mining, into buying the WinMiner tokens with a 40 percent bonus. It is hoped that this will enable people to take part in the event without having to bring their own money into the equation. The third and final phase will be a public sale.

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  • Chinese Edition of Book ‘Mastering Bitcoin’ Appears on State TV With ‘Sanitized Title’

    Chinese Edition of Book ‘Mastering Bitcoin’ Appears on State TV With ‘Sanitized Title’

    The notably edited title of Andreas Antonopoulos’ classic book “Mastering Bitcoin” was aired in an ad for the book on China’s state-run TV channel China Central Television (CCTV) Oct. 19.

    A renowned primer on the foundations of the crypto revolution, “Mastering Bitcoin” was first published in 2015, and re-released in a 2nd edition in 2017.

    In the Mandarin translation, the title has been altered to exclude any reference to the cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC), and reads approximately "Blockchain: the Road to the Digitization of Assets."

    However, in a curious twist, the original English title remains visible on the cover alongside its edited Mandarin version. However, both Cointelegraph’s Chinese sources and local media have stated that the contents of the book, including the first page with its opening chapter title, “What is Bitcoin?,” remain intact.

    Antonopolous himself has tweeted remarks that confirm the content has been preserved, offering a positive response Oct. 25:

    “How cool is this: "Mastering Bitcoin 1Ed", on Chinese national TV. Even with a slightly sanitized title (no mention of Bitcoin), the content is the same. Hoping to visiting China next year. Maybe this brings more opportunities and conference invitations.”

    CCTV’s promotion of the Chinese version of the 1st edition of Antonopolous’ book

    While the strategy to diminish the prominence of the coin in the book’s title appears congruous with China’s hardline stance against decentralized cryptocurrencies, the residual inclusion of the original English and choice to preserve the substance of the text was differently interpreted by community commentators.

    One argued against Antonopoulos’ gloss of “sanitized,” as being too mild, while others heralded the mainstream exposure and translated edition as a positive endorsement of innovation.

    Since 2013, Bitcoin has not been recognized as legal tender in China, and financial institutions have been prohibited from crypto dealings. China’s historic Sept. 2017 ban on crypto exchanges and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) was followed by increasingly stringent restrictions throughout 2018, with a further bout of anti-crypto measures both online and offline introduced this summer.

    Nonetheless, as the editorial choice to amend Antonopolous’ title reflects, the country has been pursuing a long-term vision of blockchain integration, spearheaded by its central bank, and was reported to have filed more blockchain tech patents than any other in 2017.

    Just this week, a Chinese arbitration court ruled to affirm that Bitcoin and other cryptos are legally protected as property, and can thus be privately held and transferred.

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  • All Quiet on the Crypto Front as Bitcoin, Altcoins Shun Volatility

    All Quiet on the Crypto Front as Bitcoin, Altcoins Shun Volatility

    An eerie calm continues to linger over cryptocurrency markets Friday, Oct. 26, as Bitcoin (BTC) volatility hits an all-time low and altcoins remain stagnant.

    Market visualization from Coin360

    Market visualization from Coin360

    Data from Cointelegraph’s price tracker and Coin360 paints an underwhelming picture for short-term speculators, but one that has delighted many analysts, who have begun hailing a new era of Bitcoin stability.

    On Friday, Bloomberg joined the multiple cryptocurrency industry commentators to highlight Bitcoin’s lack of volatility, with October 2018 being the least volatile for eighteen months. Commentators claimed this was a sign the leading coin was nearing its bottom.

    At the same time, one fund management head told the publication, the ongoing bear market should be “getting tired” and a bullish upturn was likely to form Bitcoin’s next move.

    That sentiment was repeated by Fundstrat Global Advisors’ Tom Lee earlier this week in separate comments to Cointelegraph.

    At press time, BTC/USD is up just a fraction of a percent over the past 24 hours to trade around $6,480. The pair has also remained uncannily stagnant since the end of last week.

    Bitcoin 7-day price chart

    Bitcoin 7-day price chart. Source: CoinMarketCap

    Among the altcoins, Ethereum (ETH) is also recording only a minute percent change over the past 24 hours to press time.

    Attention had largely fallen away from the largest altcoin asset this week ahead of a planned hard fork in January which, as Cointelegraph reported, has faced various hurdles to its implementation. Constantinople, as it is known, was originally scheduled for next month.

    ETH/USD is currently trading just under $203, just slightly down since the same time last week against a backdrop of around 8 percent monthly losses.

    Ethereum 7-day price chart

    Ethereum 7-day price chart. Source: CoinMarketCap

    Across the top twenty altcoin assets, no anomalies to the sideways trading trend had appeared, with coins staying within a tiny 1 percent of their position 24 hours previously. The only exception is Zcash (ZEC), ranked 19th by market cap, which is seeing a little over 4 percent losses to trade at $121.22 by press time.

    Total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies remains just under $210 billion, a level it has been holding close to for the past week.

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  • Visa CEO: Crypto Doesn’t Challenge Our Hegemony in the Short to Medium-Term

    Visa CEO: Crypto Doesn’t Challenge Our Hegemony in the Short to Medium-Term

    CEO of global payment giant Visa Al Kelly stated that cryptocurrency does not pose a challenge to the company’s dominance in the payment sphere in the “short to medium-term,” in an interview on CNBC's Mad Money Oct. 25.

    When asked if “crypto [is] a real challenge to Visa’s hegemony in this business,” Kelly told Mad Money host Jim Cramer that it was “certainly not in the short to medium-term in any way.”

    According to Kelly, crypto needs to “move from being a commodity to really being a payment instrument” before it can become a real competitor to the conventional financial system.

    Kelly added that the crypto market “needs to be a market” that can become “somewhat like a fiat currency” in order for Visa “to be comfortable” interacting with the asset.

    Following the statement, Kelly claimed that if crypto “goes in [the] direction [of fiat]” Visa will also “move in that direction,” stating that the company wants to be in “the middle of every payment flow in the world,” and concluding:

    “So if we have to go there, we will go there. But right now it [crypto] is more of a commodity than a payment vehicle.”

    While competing global payment giant Mastercard just received a patent for a using fractional reserve banking principles to combine “blockchain currencies” and fiat for payments, Visa’s CEO pointed out that Visa is a “much bigger network” than Mastercard.

    According to Kelly, Mastercard has to “try harder,” because they are “smaller than [Visa].”

    Visa has also recently moved towards crypto’s underlying technology, blockchain, with their announcement this week of a blockchain-based identity system for cross-border payments.

    While both MasterCard and Visa have made multiple moves into the blockchain industry, it was recently reported that both companies are planning to classify crypto and Initial Coin Offering (ICO) within a new “high risk” category.

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  • Indian Supreme Court Sets Two Week Deadline for Gov’t to Clarify Stance on Crypto

    Indian Supreme Court Sets Two Week Deadline for Gov’t to Clarify Stance on Crypto

    The Indian Supreme Court has set a deadline of two weeks for the country’s government to present its official position on cryptocurrencies, Indian newspaper The Economic Times (ET) reports Friday, Oct. 26.

    After multiple delays, the court has finally held a hearing on several petitions filed by Indian crypto community following the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)’s prohibition on banks engaging with crypto and crypto-related businesses back in April.

    Nakul Dewan, counsel for nine cryptocurrency exchanges cited by ET, said that even though the RBI had not placed an official blanket ban on crypto, the trade and exchange of Bitcoin (BTC) has been “discouraged,” freezing engagement with crypto in the country while the situation remains unclear.

    In response to Dewan’s plea for clarity, RBI counsel Shyam Divan told court that the Central Bank was intending to discourage the use of cryptocurrencies, but the final policy decision in terms of crypto’s status must be made by the Indian government. According to ET, the bench of justices at that point asked Indian officials to present their stances before the court ‘within’ two weeks.

    A team of Indian lawyers that publishes crypto and blockchain regulation news published a similar report on Twitter Oct. 25:

    “Counsel for Union of India apprised that Committee is going to come up with a report on Crypto. Court has directed the Govt. to file Counter Affidavit within 2 weeks.”

    India has seen almost seven months of uncertainty following the first RBI announcement in April when the banks stopped providing services to persons or legal entities that are involved in cryptocurrency trading.

    Just days after RBI’s move, a public petition was published by members of the crypto community, and now boasts more than 44,000 signatures out of its 50,000 goal, urging the government to cancel the ban. In May, several crypto businesses then filed a complaint against the RBI in India’s Supreme Court. The Supreme Court continued to uphold RBI’s ban, but scheduled a hearing on the issue for July, which was subsequently postponed.

    As a result, some Indian entrepreneurs consider cryptocurrencies as an outlaw. For instance, Debjani Ghosh, the president of the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), has recently stated that digital coins are “illegal” due to the government’s inability to keep up with innovations.

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  • Crab War on Blockchain: Long-Time Developer Launches Its First Crypto Game

    Crab War on Blockchain: Long-Time Developer Launches Its First Crypto Game

    An Australia-based digital entertainment company with a global audience of 350 million gamers is turning its attention to blockchain as it launches its first cryptocurrency-based web game.

    iCandy Interactive says CryptantCrab is a player versus player (PVP) game that offers “artistically designed crabs for players to collect, mutate, battle, and trade.” Each CryptantCrab is unique and individual to the players – as well as tamper-proof – a concept that the developer believes will ensure the game is “uncheatable.”

    Crabs can be mutated ahead of battles, and every triumph is duly recorded on the blockchain. It is estimated that more than one million combinations for a crab’s looks and powers are possible – meaning there’s plenty of experimentation for gamers who want to leave their opponents shell-shocked.

    The video game runs on the Ethereum blockchain and “pairs new innovation with streamlined web-based UX for easy accessibility to everyone.” Tokenizing the crabs mean that they can gain value and be traded – and also gives players a sense of pride and ownership.

    In a blog post detailing the concept, the team behind CryptantCrab wrote: “The way the game looks, thanks to the stylized art and stunning designs used, makes it more desirable than other blockchain-powered collectibles. This makes the collectible experience more attractive as the graphics will appeal to most gamers –  be it hardcore or casual.”

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    Presale launches

    CryptantCrab has now launched a presale where gamers can get their hands on the collectibles used to play the game. As well as being rewarded with the title of “Pioneer” – reflecting their founding member status – players have the chance to obtain presale exclusive “Legendary Crabs,” the likes of which will not be reproduced.

    The types of crustaceans offered to gamers are split into five elements, with each acting as a primary affinity that could be the deciding factor in winning a battle. While Fire crabs can “withstand the fiercest of elements,” Earth crabs have a “heightened precision in combat” because they are in tune with the biosphere surrounding them. Metal crabs have sharp claws and hardened shells that can cause considerable damage, while Spirit crabs have the ability to “mutate into the twisted war masks of long forgotten warriors who seek to enter into glorious battle once again.” Last but not least, there are the Water crabs – “flexible fighters with a chilling determination to survive.”

    Along with these five elemental types, other distinguishing attributes can be found in the Crab Heart, where special properties and strengths are held within. These qualities can affect the crustacean’s stats when it comes to battles – resulting in precious experience points. Successfully attacking another CryptantCrab brings trophies, while fending off a rival enables players to earn Cryptant – the game’s only resource that is used for mutations to take place and further enhance a crab’s capabilities.

    Battle commencing soon

    The presale, which began on Oct 25, is going to conclude on Nov 16. From here, an array of exciting milestones has been set out by the CryptantCrab team.

    Its platform will launch in December – enabling players to mutate and level up their collectible crabs and trade them through an auction house. In the new year, it will be possible to engage in battles and gain notoriety on a global leaderboard – and even battle it out for a “huge prize pool of Ethereum.” Further features for the second half of 2019 are going to be announced in due course.

    iCandy Interactive, the company behind CryptantCrab, is based in Australia and has a portfolio of more than 340 games. This blockchain-driven video game is a spin-off to Crab War, described as a highly successful mobile game that has gained fans across the world.

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  • Bitcoin’s Low Volatility Signals Bottoming as ‘Speculation Leaves,’ Bloomberg Analyst Says

    Bitcoin’s Low Volatility Signals Bottoming as ‘Speculation Leaves,’ Bloomberg Analyst Says

    Bloomberg’s analysts have joined the ranks of experts who consider that Bitcoin (BTC)’s low volatility levels recently signal the coin is finding a bottom, according to an analysis published Oct. 24.

    Data analyzed by Bloomberg reveals that in October, BTC had only one day of price swings of (+/-) 5 percent or more; as compared with nine days in January and February, seven in March, and five in July.

    Days with Bitcoin price moves of (+/-) 5 percent or above. Source: Bloomberg

    Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Mike McGlone is quoted as saying that the markedly low volatility levels are “a sign of speculation leaving the market and eventually a bottoming process."

    Notably, diminished price swings have coincided with a significant devaluation of the coin over the course of an unflagging bear market: as of press time, Bitcoin is trading at $6,476, down almost 52 percent from around $13,350 Jan. 1.

    A parallel Bloomberg article has today contrasted Bitcoin’s 2018 “listless” stability with the apparently “wild” price fluctuations of tech stocks of late, which it quips are “the new Bitcoin.” According to Bloomberg data, “the spread between the 10-day volatility of the NYSE FANG+ Index” and Bitcoin has hit “a record high of 46 percentage points.”

    Bloomberg’s analysts gave a positive perspective on Bitcoin’s rangebound trading patterns, with McGlone noting that “high volatility is a major factor lessening most cryptocurrency use cases for anything other than speculation."

    Charlie Morris, multi-asset head at London-based Atlantic House Fund Management, concurred that the stats simply suggest “the [crypto] market is calm and in balance,” adding:

    “Given this bear market is now 10 months old and is getting tired, I’d be inclined to be bullish for the next major move.”  

    CEO of crypto app Plutus, Danial Daychopan, observed to Bloomberg that “the cost of the emotional traders has been washed away by the recent crash, and with it a lot of the volatility." Low trading volumes appear to tally with Daychopan’s observation that the trading euphoria has tapered off in recent months.

    Earlier this month, Spencer Bogart, an expert from crypto and blockchain venture firm Blockchain Capital concurred that Bitcoin is showing strong signs of “bottoming,” anticipating a “future crypto bonfire when we have the next bull market."

    On the basis of his technical analysis this June, futures broker Bill Baruch made a similar point, remarking that “a bottom is a process not a price. Now that [BTC’s] price and volatility are back down to earth, this bottoming process can begin.”

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  • Don’t ‘Disadvantage’ Emerging Tech Like Blockchain, Says U.S. Telecoms Authority Chairman

    Don’t ‘Disadvantage’ Emerging Tech Like Blockchain, Says U.S. Telecoms Authority Chairman

    The U.S. should not “disadvantage” emerging technologies such as blockchain due to “antiquated” regulations, the head of the country’s telecoms regulator told Indian daily news outlet Indian Express Friday, Oct. 26.

    Speaking while attending the India Mobile Congress 2018, Ajit Pai, chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), also called for a “conversation” with tech giants such as Facebook and Google regarding data transparency.

    In the U.S., he explained, regulations governing telecoms first became law in the 1930s, and even with amendments posed difficulties for authorities attempting to get to grips with technology such as blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

    “[T]hese are very dynamic industries and one can foresee in coming decades – things like artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, quantum computing will have significant impact on how communications networks operate,” he told the publication, continuing:

    “We don’t have jurisdiction over these firms but that’s one of the thing we are trying to learn about. What are the emerging technologies that will have an effect on this space and how should our thinking about regulation evolve.”

    While a study earlier this year forecast blockchain in telecoms alone would become a $1 billion industry by 2023, the topic of appropriate regulation for surrounding industries remains a talking point, both in the U.S. and India.

    As Cointelegraph reported, the latter is currently seeing turmoil over a blanket bank ban on servicing businesses associated with cryptocurrency, with senior officials reportedly erroneously claiming the technology was illegal.

    Pai himself has also not escaped controversy in his position at the helm of the FCC, last year repealing Net Neutrality rules, leading to fears U.S. consumer perceptions of cryptocurrency could be negatively affected.

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  • Chinese Arbitrator Reaffirms That Bitcoin Can Be Held, Privately Transferred as Property

    Chinese Arbitrator Reaffirms That Bitcoin Can Be Held, Privately Transferred as Property

    An arbitration body in China has ruled that cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) are legally protected as property, in a case published Oct. 25 via the arbitrator’s WeChat account.

    The Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration ruled in favor of an unnamed plaintiff in an equity transfer dispute, in which the defendant failed to return holdings of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin Diamond (BCD) as had been agreed upon in a contractual agreement.

    According to the case outline, the contract had authorized the defendant to trade and manage the plaintiff’s portfolio of 20.13 BTC, 50 BCH, and 12.66 BCD for a stipulated time. When the defendant failed to return the holdings as per the agreed schedule, the plaintiff brought the case before the arbitrator, seeking the return of his assets with interest.

    The defense had attempted to argue that the contractual equity transfer agreement was invalid, pointing to the fact that cryptocurrencies are not recognized as legal tender in China, and that their circulation is subject to severe restrictions in the country.

    The defendant cited the central bank’s Announcement on Preventing Financial Risks from Initial Coin Offerings (ICO), which was passed in Sept. 2017, stating that ICOs that raise “so-called virtual currencies” such as BTC and Ethereum (ETH) “through the irregular sale and circulation of tokens” are engaging in “unauthorized” public financing, which is “illegal.”

    The central bank had also determined that crypto “cannot and should not be circulated nor used in the market as currency.”

    The defendant claimed that the core “payment and arrangement of the transfer price” clause of the contract was thus in violation of the mandatory provisions of Chinese law, which prohibits the sale and circulation of crypto tokens, as well as the trading platforms used as a venue for their transfer and exchange.

    The arbitrator however found that the contractual obligation under dispute did not fall under the relevant provisions as outlined in the Sept. 2017 prohibition, stating that:

    “There is no law or regulation that explicitly prohibits parties from holding bitcoin or private transactions in bitcoin, [only warnings to] the public about the investment risks. The contract in this case stipulates the obligation to return the bitcoin between two natural persons, and does not belong to the [Sept. 2017 ban].”

    The arbitrator thus concluded that the contract was legally binding, adding that:

    "Bitcoin has the nature of a property, which can be owned and controlled by parties, and is able to provide economic values and benefits."

    The arbitrator refuted that restrictions on exchanges pose an obstacle, noting that private crypto transfers face no technical difficulties as long as both parties have a unique wallet address.

    The ruling thus ordered the defendant to uphold his contractual obligations and return the assets under dispute with interest (calculated by the arbitrator as being worth $493,158.40), as well as to pay a penalty of 100,000 yuan ($14,400).  

    This June, a Shanghai court similarly ruled in favor of an ICO operator in the context of an unjust enrichment civil dispute case. Similarly denying the applicability of the Sept. 2017 ban, the court deemed that Ethereum (ETH) is protected under China’s property law, as long as the plaintiff can provide proof a digital chain of custody to the court.

    This September, China’s Supreme Court ruled that evidence authenticated with blockchain technology is binding in legal disputes.

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  • Mastercard Patent Claims Cryptocurrency Can Benefit From Fractional Reserve Banking

    Mastercard Patent Claims Cryptocurrency Can Benefit From Fractional Reserve Banking

    U.S. multinational financial services corporation Mastercard wants to apply principles of fractional reserve banking to cryptocurrency, a new patent application published Thursday, Oct. 25 reveals.

    According to the document, published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO), the payment processor has plans to allow merchants to interact with what it calls “blockchain currencies” via a new method of simultaneous crypto and fiat storage.

    Specifically, reference is made to “methods for managing fractional reserves of blockchain currency.”

    Mastercard has offered a mixed public stance on cryptocurrency in recent years, this month winning a further blockchain-related patent, while signalling along with Visa it may classify cryptocurrency and ICOs as “high risk.”

    In its new filing, the company appears to wish to apply principles of the fiat banking system, which it considers “are specially designed and configured to safely store and protect consumer and merchant information and credentials.” The patent filing continues:

    “[...]The use of traditional payment networks and payment systems technologies in combination with blockchain currencies may provide consumers and merchants the benefits of the decentralized blockchain while still maintaining security of account information and provide a strong defense against fraud and theft.”

    The concept may take some commentators by surprise, as fractional reserve banking – where there is not proof that a lender has the funds which correspond to a customer’s promised holdings – already has a transparent solution in Bitcoin.

    Noble Bank, the former main reserve bank for cryptographic stablecoin Tether (USDT), notionally pegged to the U.S. dollar, had claimed it did not use fractional reserve and could prove it had one dollar for each USDT token, though the stablecoin project has avoided going through a public audit.

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