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Daily Round up October 31

Stories on Bitcoin's 10th Anniversary, Cryptocurrency in India &Chinese Retail JD.com's blockchain research lab

Hello there,

Welcome to another daily round up series. Today, Bitcoin celebrates it’s 10th anniversary. A decade old, yet its standing tall, number one cryptocurrency since the inception. Number one with no one even nearing to be threat to it’s thrown.

Do you know ho it all begun? Here’s an awesome infographic that can help you get back in time & understand the Bitcoin timeline.

Moving forward, here’s the story that will help you understand the behind the scenes of the Bitcoin Evolution.

Speaking of Bitcoin, one of the biggest market for cryptocurrency, India has it’s officials to discuss the legalities of cryptocurrency in the country. Here’s the story on that.

Another story coming from another asian super power and potential crypto market, China. A Chinese retail giant, JD.com has launched it’s own blockchain based research lab.

Jingdong.com owns 30% of the Chinese e-commerce market and has shown keen interest by investing in a huge blockchain based research lab. The company focuses on implementation of new technologies in e-commerce, delivery services, and finance.

All these fields being highly centralized needs a game changer and money saver, show us a better alternative other than blockchain. We’'ll wait.

While we wait, here’s the story on it, feel free to share it on your social network.

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Daily Round UP 27th October

Your daily doze of crypto bits

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

With the transaction rate as high as 10,000 TPS regularly & 60,000 TPS in peak time, VISA stands tall feeling no threat from cryptocurrency at this moment. At least that what VISA CEO Al Kelly says.

When asked “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.”

Kelly doesn’t think that cryptocurrencies is a big threat. At least the way we are treating it right now, is making the true potential of cryptocurrency behind a fog.

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.

Here’s the full story on this…

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Stellar, Litecoin, Cardano, Monero, TRON: Price Analysis, October 26

If you’ve been following Bitcoin price, you’d know that it’s hovering around $6500 for a while now. Some say its price is being influenced, some say it’s just the market tide. What ever the case be, Bitcoin price is affecting the whole market.

That being said, here’s a detailed price review on top performing cryptocurrencies against USD.

Note: This analysis is for Oct 26th, read it while its fresh.

Binance Introduces Blockchain-Based Donation Website at UN Conference

“Charity begins at home, and justice begins next door” Charles Dickens

Binance made this real. Binance has revealed about its social project for the betterment of world. The project is named “The Blockchain Charity Foundation”

The donation project was announced Wednesday, Oct. 24, during the World Investment Forum organized by the U.N. Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Read the full story on this here.

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