JP Morgan Launches Fake Cryptocurrency, Coinbase Releases Bitcoin SV Hostages and Coinmama Exposes User Data: This Week in Crypto

JP Morgan Launches Fake Cryptocurrency, Coinbase Releases Bitcoin SV Hostages and Coinmama Exposes User Data: This Week in Crypto

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This week, JP Morgan Chase launched a blockchain-based IOU system that definitely isn’t a cryptocurrency. Waves Platform and Coinbase both released any Bitcoin SV they were previously holding. Two public pension plans invested in blockchain technology. And let’s not forget, coinmama.com/?ref=benwile" 23963 rel="nofollow" target="_self">coinmama.com/?ref=benwile" 23963 rel="nofollow" target="_self">coinmama.com/?ref=benwile" 23963 rel="nofollow" target="_self">coinmama.com/?ref=benwile" 23963 rel="nofollow" target="_self">coinmama.com/?ref=benwile" 23963 rel="nofollow" target="_self">coinmama.com/?ref=benwile" 23963 rel="nofollow" target="_self">coinmama.com/?ref=benwile" 23963 rel="nofollow" target="_self">Coinmama, an alternative to Coinbase for easy acquisition of cryptocurrency, suffered a breach. Not much to speak of on the market front, this week. We consistently find the Bitcoin price somewhere between $3500 and $3700, no matter where you look, besides some esoteric perhaps unsavory markets with low volume. In other news, however, it was a rich week. JP Morgan

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