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11 Jun 2017 3 Signs The Cryptocurrency Exchange Market Is Maturing [64249]
CoinDesk, June 11th 2017

"Underlying bitcoin and ether's all-time-high price rallies in Q1 was a dramatically shifting global exchange market.

So far in 2017, trading volumes have seen big changes, ones that indicate a reshaping of the global market.

Global exchange volume for bitcoin, for example, plummeted in January after the People's Bank of China (PBoC) issued guidance to domestic exchanges around their regulatory and operational policies. The development led to periods where withdrawals and margin trading were stalled, and trading fees were instituted after years of no-fee trading.

Despite the substantial shifts, here are three trends that CoinDesk Research has highlighted as signs of a maturing overall market in Q1 and the period since..."
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04 Jun 2017 Consensus 2017: Even Academics Can't Keep Pace With Blockchain Change [63875]
CoinDesk, May 25th 2017

"As blockchain startups take off, where will they find their workforce?" asks Amy Castor in CoinDesk.

"The onus often falls on universities to develop young people with the requisite skills. As a result, universities are now facing their own set of challenges - like finding qualified researchers willing to teach blockchain-related subjects and building industry partnerships at the risk of losing their own talent to deep-pocketed tech firms.

At a workshop at CoinDesk's Consensus 2017 conference yesterday, five members of academia, representing MIT, Duke University and the University of Nicosia in Cyprus, gathered to discuss those and other issues..."
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25 May 2017 Consensus 2017: Even Academics Can't Keep Pace With Blockchain Change [63685]
CoinDesk, May 25th 2017

"As blockchain startups take off, where will they find their workforce?

The onus often falls on universities to develop young people with the requisite skills. As a result, universities are now facing their own set of challenges - like finding qualified researchers willing to teach blockchain-related subjects and building industry partnerships at the risk of losing their own talent to deep-pocketed tech firms.

At a workshop at CoinDesk's Consensus 2017 conference yesterday, five members of academia, representing MIT, Duke University and the University of Nicosia in Cyprus, gathered to discuss those and other issues..."
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22 May 2017 Consensus 2017: From Capital Markets to Supply Chains, IBM Outlines How Blockchain Will Reimagine Business Networks [63783]
IBM, May 22nd 2017

At CoinDesk Consensus, the world's leading blockchain conference, Arvind Krishna, senior vice president, Hybrid Cloud and director, IBM Research, delivered a keynote presentation detailing the rapid growth in blockchain applications in industries from capital markets to supply chains.

With respect to capital markets, using blockchain to improve dispute resolution and settlement times can deliver benefits across boundaries. Krishna noted that an estimated $300 billion in underlying costs of global commerce can be optimized with blockchain, a powerful statement of the technology's benefit to industries such as shipping, property and capital markets. Blockchain will do for transactions what the Internet did for information.
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19 Mar 2017 Industry Speaks Out in Aftermath of Bitcoin ETF Rejection [61439]
CoinDesk, March 10th, 2017

"The US Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected an effort to list the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF (COIN), prompting comment from many of those who watched and waited for the decision," reports Michael del Castillo & Alyssa Hertig in CoinDesk

"Reactions to the news were, as can be expected, mixed. Markets, having hit a new all-time high of roughly $1,325 prior to the decision, fell sharply before recovering above $1,100. Some observers deemed it a setback for bitcoin, while others, by comparison, said that it wouldn't have any long-term impact.

When reached for comment, Tyler Winklevoss struck an optimistic note, telling CoinDesk that more engagement with the agency would follow..."
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