Longhash Launches Bitcoin Tracker “Compared to the traditional financial system,” Longhash explains, “cryptocurrency can seem murky. Bitcoin transactions are pseudonymous, which makes them attractive to criminals.” And while that statement can for sure trigger a great many Bitcoiners to outrage, and probably should, the site believes mainstreaming crypto adoption will come with the advent of tools for transparency.
Fuzzy, Precise, Address Ratings, and Dirty Money
To discover the site’s version of transparency, users can dial up the Longhash homepage and click on an Address link to enable two types of bitcoin address searches, Fuzzy and Precise. A fuzzy search on the Longhash page asks only for a “few characters of an address.” Users can examine “10,000 richest bitcoin addresses” from richest first on down. Precise searches appear to live up to the title. The curious enter a BTC address, and available to them are balances, BTC sent and received amounts, and transaction history generally.
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⏺️In Morgan Creek Capital Management’s 2Q/2018 Market Outlook and Review, the asset manager makes the bold claim that fiat currency will be entirely replaced by cryptocurrency in the future. “In our view, blockchain is a truly revolutionary technology that will disrupt the entire Chain of Value in the same way that the Internet disrupted communication and commerce. [We] believe money as we know it is going away and it will be replaced by the Internet of Money (or Internet of Value). [We] believe Bitcoin (and other cryptocurrencies) are here to stay and they are just getting warmed up,” Morgan Creek states in its report.
Despite claims by opponents of decentralized digital currencies that bitcoin is a fraud and that the “crypto bubble” has popped, Morgan Creek believes that the recent drop in crypto asset prices (as well as future drops) “will turn out to be barely observable wiggles on a long-term chart as cryptocurrencies replace fiat currencies over the coming decades.” Although incumbents pushback most affected by this disruptive technology, namely financial institutions and governments, bitcoin has entered the mainstream conversation more than ever before. Moreover, more and more individuals are moving their money from fiat currency into its cryptographic counterpart, thus adding to the digital currency’s network effect the report claims.
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No Reasonable Grounds
Last week, the Supreme Court of India was scheduled to hear all of the petitions against the crypto banking ban by the country’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India. However, the case was postponed the second week in a row from the original hearing date of Sept. 11. According to industry participants, the court is now scheduled to hear the case on Sept. 25.
The impugned circular and the impugned statement neither violate the right to equality guaranteed under Article 14 or the right to trade and business guaranteed under Article 19 of the Constitution…The petitioner cannot seek to exercise the extraordinary jurisdiction of this Hon’ble Court to avail a right which they do not have.
RBI Defends Its Circular
The central bank argues that its April 6 circular is in line with its three previous statements regarding cryptocurrencies – one in 2013 and two in 2017.
Calling the circular an essential step, the RBI claims that cryptocurrencies “are associated with multiple risks such as lack of customer protection, high volatility, vulnerability of wallets and exchange houses to cyber-attacks, money laundering, etc,” the news outlet conveyed.
“Unlike a currency which is defined as something that can be a medium of exchange, a store of value and a unit of account,” the central bank asserted that cryptocurrencies, “given their volatility, lack of intrinsic value and low adoption, satisfy none of these criteria.” Emphasizing that “Their value is merely derived from the parties to a transaction willing to pay a particular amount” for them, the RBI maintained
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