Daily Roundup – September 1, 2017

Daily Roundup – September 1, 2017


According to CoinDesk, China’s regulators are close to taking action against ICOs. Regulators have deemed ICOs to be violating fundraising laws.

According to CoinDesk, BTC-e plans to allow users to begin making bitcoin withdrawals starting Saturday. The long-running cryptocurrency exchange recently reappeared on a New Zealand-based domain.

According to CoinDesk, Russia could pass a new cryptocurrency-related law this year. The source of the claim is an official for Russia’s national legislature.

According to Forbes, an ICO called Protostarr has been shut down by the SEC. After raising nearly $50,000 worth of ether in August, the ICO will be forced to return the funds.

According to Bitcoin Magazine, miners are leaving money on the table to mine Bitcoin Cash. Some miners appear to be coordinating to keep the Bitcoin Cash difficulty at a desirable level.

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