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Two encrypted platforms in Spain have distributed bitcoin worth one euro to 350 members of parliament in the country.
All 350 Deputies in Spain's Congress of Deputies will receive 1 euro worth of Bitcoin, the Spanish news agency ABC reported yesterday. The initiative, sponsored by Tutellus, a technology platform for coinage education, and the Observatorio Blockchain, a cryptographic news website, is similar, though it is not clear if this is a coincidence, to a similar one in the United States called Crypto for Congress. On October 6, the Us Digital Chamber of Commerce sent $50 worth of Bitcoin to every MEMBER of The US Congress. Perianne Boring, founder of the Digital Chamber of Commerce, said that if Congress knew more about bitcoin, it would help blockchain advocacy groups push for specific policy recommendations.
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Our COO @czhuling will join the #Binance 'Off the Charts' Live Panel

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On July 14, 2020, join Binance as we kick off our third anniversary with one of the biggest blockchain events of the year.
Get the latest news and updates on all things blockchain and crypto, and take an exclusive look at what’s coming next at our “Off the Charts!” Virtual Conference, a blockbuster 10-hour live event with multi-regional programming that brings together 80+ influential speakers, including leading blockchain and crypto innovators, business and technology leaders, influential academics, and key policymakers.
Expect to hear the latest insights on the blockchain ecosystem from some of the industry’s most prominent leaders and visionaries. Join our can’t-miss event with powerful talks, breakthrough panels, opportunities to win prizes, and much more.
The “Off the Charts!” Virtual Conference will feature five segments with spotlights on regions making a significant impact in the space: Europe & the UK, Asia-Pacific, Russia & CIS, Africa & Middle East, and North America & LATAM.
Discover an array of keynotes, panels, and fireside chats, on these following themes and more:
  • Powering Crypto Growth: Local blockchain trends and evolving technologies that are transforming crypto awareness and adoption.
  • Crypto Meets Traditional Finance: Exploring opportunities for integrated and parallel development.
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  • Akon - Chairman & Co-Founder, Akoin
  • Cliff Liang - Director of Solutions Architecture, Amazon
  • David Ferrer Canosa - Secretary for Digital Policies, Government of Catalonia
  • Don Tapscott - Executive Chairman, The Blockchain Research Institute
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  • Bobby Ong - Co-founder, CoinGecko
  • Brendan Eich - CEO & Co-founder, Brave Software
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  • Catherine Coley - CEO, Binance.US
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  • Charlie Shrem - Host, UntoldStories.Com
  • Chimezie Chuta - Founder, Blockchain Nigeria User Group
  • Darius Sit - Partner, QCP Capital
  • David Ferrer Canosa - Secretary for Digital Policies, Government of Catalonia
  • Denis Efremov - Investment Director, Da Vinci Capital
  • Don Tapscott - Executive Chairman, The Blockchain Research Institute
  • Eric Turner - VP, Market Intelligence, Messari
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  • Harry Halpin - CEO, Nym Technologies
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  • Ken Nakamura - CEO, Trust Company
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  • Lucas Nuzzi - Head of Network Data, Coin Metrics
  • Mai Fujimoto "Miss Bitcoin" - Founder, KIZUNA
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  • Meltem Demirors - Chief Strategy Officer, CoinShares
  • Mengdie Wang - CEO, Odaily
  • Michael Feng - CEO, Hummingbot
  • Michael Gu - Founder, Boxmining
  • Michelle Chivunga - Founder, Global Policy House
  • Mo Dong - Co-founder, Celer Network
  • Munachi Ogueke - Chief Business Officer, YellowCard Financial
  • Naveen Surya - Chairman, Fintech Convergence Council
  • Navin Gupta - MD MENA and South East Asia, Ripple
  • Nick White - Co-founder, Harmony
  • Nischal Shetty - CEO, WazirX
  • Pang Xue Kai - CEO, Tokocrypto
  • Paul Veradittakit - Partner, Pantera Capital
  • Perianne Boring - Founder and President, Chamber of Digital Commerce
  • Patrick Dai - CEO, Qtum Chain Foundation
  • Patrick Heusser - Senior Trader, Crypto Broker AG
  • Peter DeMeo - Global Market Development Leader, IBM
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California BitLicense Exposes Fault Lines Among Cryptocurrency Advocates

California BitLicense Exposes Fault Lines Among Cryptocurrency Advocates

News by Forbes: Andrea Tinianow
There is a rift emerging in the crypto sector. California’s AB 1489 (the “CA Act”) which is modeled on the Uniform Law Commission’s (ULC’s) Uniform Regulation of Virtual Currency Businesses Act (the “Model Act”) seeks to regulate companies engaged in virtual currency business activity. Not everyone is on board.
Notably, the CA Act includes a supplemental act which gave rise to an earlier rift between proponents of the ULC’s model legislation and those who advocated for Wyoming’s approach.
By way of background, both the Supplemental Act and the Wyoming legislation create a regulatory framework for commercial transactions governed by Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code involving digital assets. The Supplemental Act provides for an indirect ownership regime involving only virtual currencies. Whereas, the Wyoming approach governs the full array of digital assets and enables direct ownership.
The current rift involving the CA Act extends to parties within the crypto industry.
Two beltway crypto trade associations, Coin Center and the Digital Chamber of Commerce, support the Model Act or its incarnation in California, i.e., the CA Act. But a brand new advocacy group, Aquarian Advocacy Group (launched today), opposes the CA Act and promises to defeat it and other similar bills, wherever they are introduced.
Margaux Avedisian, Aquarian Advocacy Group Executive Director, says the CA Act is “completely crushing for start-up crypto companies,” and problematic for numerous reasons. Avedisian points out that the legislation does not provide an on ramp for existing businesses, which means that covered businesses cannot be compliant on the first day that the bill goes into effect. She notes that non-compliance can come with a whopping $50,000 per day penalty, and that covered crypto businesses pay for the cost of enforcement under the new regulations. “The big banks are pushing this legislation. They want to stop crypto innovation,” she states.
In contrast, Peter Van Valkenburgh, Research Director of Coin Center, not only supports the CA Act, he helped write the Model Act on which it is based. He explains that the CA Act is good for the crypto industry because it provides clarity and narrowly circumscribes those businesses that are subject to the bill’s licensing requirements. He elucidates that the bill only applies to those that have “the power to unilaterally execute or indefinitely prevent a virtual currency transaction” on behalf of their customers. He adds that “only people who hold bitcoin or other cryptocurrency for customers are regulated. Miners, full node or lightning node operators, software developers, and persons holding their own bitcoin in software wallets would never be regulated under this law.”
As to the Supplemental Act (which will become effective in California if the CA Act passes), Van Valkenburgh states that Coin Center will not take a position one way or another, noting that the “Coin Center’s priority is about the right people getting licensed or not.”
The Chamber of Digital Commerce President, Perianne Boring provided support for the Model Act, in a July 2017 letter, reporting that “we view the [M]odel Act to be an interim, practical endeavor to address the uneven nationwide patchwork of rules and requirements and we encourage adoption of the Act.” In a recent email in connection with this story, Boring expressed that the Chamber’s position is that these types of issues are better addressed by federal legislation.
Apparently, the CA Act has strong support in the State Assembly and among two leading beltway crypto organizations. But it may now also have strong opposition in the form of the Aquarian Advocacy Group. To date, the Model Act has been introduced in five states, including California, and it has only succeeded so far in one state, Rhode Island, having stalled in the other three states. Wyoming refused to take up the Model Act, even after the ULC mounted a stealth campaign in the State to obtain support.
This rift demonstrates an emerging divergence of interests between industry groups and innovators in the crypto space. Like any industry, the crypto sector is not monolithic. There are differing factions that are propelled by their own unique needs, and the parties they represent. Here, it begins in California with the CA Act, with a new advocacy group seeking to fight a bill they find unduly burdensome. But I suspect, as regulations are introduced and enacted that disparately impact members of the crypto sector, we will see more fissures that prevent the crypto community from speaking with one voice.
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I'd like to point out:

This didn't happen.
Perianne " I predict a 20 – 32 percent price decline by Saturday, June 27..."
Anyone willing to admit they acted on this advice?
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