Daily Crypto News | 26.01.2021
1- Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu announced his resignation.
2- 24-year-old crypto trader has been arrested by the FBI for commodities fraud.
3- Treasury Department has opened up their comment period for 60 more days.
4- American Cancer Society has launched their first-ever fund that will accept crypto donations.
5- Digital Currency Group’s mining pool enters the global top 10 list.
6- Signal messenger is reportedly running a privacy-focused pilot test with Stellar-based MobileCoin.
7- Enjin and MetaverseMe are partnering to launch a limited-supply virtual fashion collection.
8- House of Representatives of Hawaii introduced a bill to create a state-led blockchain working group.
9- Gemini Exchange is opening up a local office and Singapore and will support the Singapore dollar.
10- Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey said “Are cryptocurrencies here to stay? Digital innovation in payments — yes. Have we landed on what I would call the design, governance, and arrangements for a lasting digital currency? No, I don’t think we’re there yet […] I don’t think cryptocurrencies as originally formulated are it.”
11- DeFi market cap hits $45B.
12- Philippines has issued crypto guidelines to prevent money laundering.
13- Colombian and Estonian governments have uploaded Bitcoin whitepaper to their websites.
14- $BTC = $BTC | 1 Satoshi is 1 Satoshi.