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  1. In theory, traders can redeem USDT for dollars with the issuer, Tether Ltd. Instead, they appear to be cashing out through Kraken.
  2. Ethereum's next upgrade, Constantinople, has been delayed until next year.
  3. Global money-laundering watchdog, the Financial Action Task Force, has said it will draw up rules for cryptocurrency regulation by next summer.
  4. North Korea's infamous hacking group, dubbed Lazarus, has managed to steal over half a billion dollars in cryptocurrencies, a report indicates.
  5. Sia has released the formal code for an imminent hard fork that will block cryptocurrency mining firms like Bitmain from its blockchain network.
  6. Risk aversion in the US stock markets yesterday may have worked in favor of the bitcoin bears.
  7. Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Huobi has just launched a solution that enables users to switch between different stablecoins.
  8. Taiwanese chip-making giant TSMC has forecast that revenue growth will be impacted by weakness in cryptocurrency mining demand in Q4.
  9. What are cypherpunk legend Timothy May's thoughts on the bitcoin white paper? Keep the text but throw out the hanger-ons that have came with it.
  10. The CFTC has won a legal battle against a New York resident and his company for running a Ponzi scheme centered around bitcoin.
  11. Binance sees stablecoins like tether, and potentially the Gemini Dollar, as "critical for our ecosystem," the exchange's chief financial officer says.
  12. Sujay Jaladi will leave Ripple to join another blockchain startup, Harbor.