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1.  Malta-based sports blockchain venture Chiliz is launching a cryptocurrency exchange for sports and entertainment tokens. Chiliz detailed that the new exchange Chiliz.net will roll out in February after the beginning of Fan Token Offerings​ ​for all of the ​Socios.com​ partner teams​. Socios.com is a tokenized fan-voting platform for sports powered by Chiliz tokens (CHZ). Users will be able to trade fan tokens for professional soccer teams Juventus (JUV)​, ​Paris Saint-Germain (PSG)​, Atlético de Madrid (ATM)​, ​A.S. Roma (ASR)​, ​Galatasaray (GAL)​ and ​West Ham United (WHU) on the new exchange. Read Full on Cointelegraph

2.  A fully-regulated tokenized real estate fund has been approved by officials in Liechtenstein. The AARGOS Global Real Estate Fund was approved as an alternative investment fund (AIF) by Liechtenstein's Financial Market Authority (FMA). The fund provides exposure to a global real estate portfolio through AARGO security tokens – built on the ethereum blockchain – with each token representing one share in the fund. They believe the fund's tokenization will also create greater efficiency and a higher degree of automation in the transmission process. Read Full on CoinDesk

3.  Stablecoin issuer, Tether announced the launch of Tether Gold a digital asset offered by TG Commodities Limited. Tether Gold "represents ownership of one troy fine ounce of physical gold on a specific gold bar." The new stablecoins, with the XAU₮ ticker. Tether Gold will be available both as an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum blockchain and as a TRC20 token on the TRON blockchain, the company said. The gold backing each token will be stored in a Swiss vault, without naming the facility. Read Full on CoinDesk

4.  Researchers for the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) said, the world's central banks are "undertaking extensive work on central bank digital currencies." Sixty-six central banks responded to the BIS survey, which was carried out in 2019. Eighty percent of respondents are working on such projects, according to the report. Some 40% of central banks have progressed from conceptual research to experiments, or proofs-of-concept; and another 10% have developed pilot projects. Read Full on The Block

5.  Hawaiian lawmakers have submitted a bill that allows banks to provide custody for digital assets. The bill would make it legal for Hawaiian banks to hold “digital securities,” “virtual currencies,” “digital consumer assets” and other “open blockchain tokens” for their customers. It would further authorize Hawaiian courts to hear digital asset claims. In effect, the bill could clear the way for Hawaiian banks to offer other digital services. Customers could also authorize their custodians to transact with their digital assets. Read Full on CoinDesk

6.  A privacy and scalability upgrade that could turn out to be one of bitcoin's largest to date has passed a couple of milestones that were little noticed outside technical circles. Pieter Wuille, a Bitcoin Core contributor and the brains behind the update known as Taproot submitted a work-in-progress code change to GitHub in what's known as a "pull request," showing that the code is ready for more developer eyes. This "army" of developers finished their review of the protocol change and 16 dev. approved of the changes. Read Full on CoinDesk

7.  Tim Draper, has recently spoken out about Bitcoin, suggesting that millennials need to invest in Bitcoin if they want to secure their financial future. Draper accused the banking system of putting millennials in hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt. He said, millennials are standing at a point in history, where they have the whole future of the world’s financial system ahead of them. But the biggest problem, Draper says, is that millennials have inherited a system from previous generations that just simply no longer work for today’s generation. Read Full on foxbusiness

8.  Ruling party lawmakers in Japan are reportedly working on a proposal to issue a national digital currency. This appears to be a response to fears of a Chinese digital yuan. The planned digital yen would be jointly developed by the government and private companies. Deploying the digital yen will take some time due to Japan’s late start. The decision represents a cardinal change for the country, whose central bank representatives saw “no demand” for a central bank digital currency (CBDC) as late as December 2019. Read Full on Cointelegraph

9.  Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse predicts that initial public offerings (IPOs) will become more prevalent in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space in 2020. Garlinghouse reportedly hinted that Ripple would itself be one of those firms to seek a public flotation. He told, In the next 12 months, you’ll see IPOs in the crypto/blockchain space. He further mentioned "We’re not going to be the first and we’re not going to be the last, but I expect us to be on the leading side… it’s a natural evolution for our company." Read Full on CoinDesk

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