One Stop Cryptocurrency News Cast For April 10th 2020 ?

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📮 10-04-2020

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1. Major Multinationals Files 212 Blockchain Patents in China
China has been a hotspot for blockchain patents and development. Major multinational companies have also shown immense interest in filing blockchain patents in China. The latest Global Times report suggests that 35 multinationals including Microsoft, Walmart, Mastercard, Sony and Intel, had applied for a total of 212 blockchain patents by the end of March 2020. Of all the foreign companies with blockchain patents in China, Mastercard tops the list with 46 such patents to its name. Read Full on globaltimes.

2. World’s Top Customer Relations Platform Integrates Blockchain
The world’s most popular customer relationship management platform Salesforce has integrated Lition’s commercial blockchain technology. Integrating its blockchain will allow Salesforce to leverage data decentralization to make its CRM architecture more secure in the long run. Lition’s technology will be available in an app on Salesforce’s cloud system. The app will enable more than 150,000 Salesforce users, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, to easily record, certify and protect important information in a confidential manner. Read Full on Cointelegraph.

3. Bitcoin fund now listed on Canada's Toronto Stock Exchange
A closed-end fund that aims to provide investors with exposure to bitcoin in a regulated asset class has listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). 3iQ, a Canadian crypto-asset portfolio manager, listed the first Bitcoin fund on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) today, with the Winklevoss twins’ Gemini as custodian. The fund allows Canadians to invest in Bitcoin through their regulated investment managers, without the hassles of self-custody and with some incentives. Read Full on CoinDesk.

4. Get Your Eidoo Debit Card Linked with Your Eidoo Crypto Wallet
Decentralized Eidoo wallet has launched entirely new system that links a personal debit card, the Eidoo Card, to your decentralized Eidoo wallet. Throgh this service you’ll be able to easily convert your Bitcoin and Ether into British Pounds or Euros, and load them onto the card directly in-app to start spending straight away. This almost instant experience will give you the sensation of spending your crypto at the point of sale. You can pre-order your eidoo debit card now and also you will enjoy cashback for you transactions done through card. Get you Eidoo debit card now. Read Full on Eidoo.

5. Grayscale Ethereum Trust Trading at 515% Premium
Investors looking for a safer way to buy ETH are willing to pay a premium of more than 500% to buy it via Grayscale’s Ethereum Trust. It costs $90.55 to buy a share in Grayscale Investments’ Ethereum Trust (ETHE), however its Ether holdings per share are currently worth just $16.10. That means it’s five times more expensive to buy Ether via the trust than on the open market. The ETHE trust is targeted at investors willing to pay more for regulatory oversight and to avoid risk. Read Full on Cointelegraph.

6. Whales Are Accumulating Bitcoin, BTC Whale Numbers Hit 2-Year High
Glassnode revealed there are more Bitcoin whales now than at any point in the past two years and that mimics a trend from its 2016 halving. Specifically, 30 days before BTC's 2020 halving, the number of entities holding at least 1,000 BTC is now just under 1,850. At the start of Q2 2016, several months before the previous halving, the number of such entities was almost exactly the same. The trend implies that despite an uncertain market environment, whales remain confident that now is a good time to be accumulating BTC. Read Full on Cointelegraph.

7. HTC to allow mining monero via its EXODUS blockchain phone
HTC is set to allow users to mine monero (XMR) cryptocurrency directly via its EXODUS 1S blockchain smartphone. HTC said it has partnered with ASIC chip design company Midas Labs for the initiative. Midas Labs is developing an app called DeMiner, which is expected to be available in Q2 2020. The app is designed to automatically inactivate mining whenever the phone is in regular use or when the charger is unplugged. Midas Labs empowers EXODUS 1S users to mine at least $0.0038 of XMR per day on average. Read Full on The Block.

8. Binance Users Can Buy Crypto Using Debit Cards in 5 New Fiat Currencies
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance is enabling citizens in five further countries to buy cryptocurrency using Visa debit and credit cards with their national fiat currencies. The new service, announced April 10, will extend card support for the Colombian peso, the South Korean won, the Kenyan shilling, the Kazakhstani tenge and Peru’s neuvo sol. At launch, a total of five cryptocurrencies are available for purchase: Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Binance Coin (BNB), XRP, Binance USD (BUSD) and Tether (USDT). Read Full on Cointelegraph.