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  1. The government and University of Gibraltar have created an advisory group to address the demand for new educational courses in DLT and smart contracts

  2. Russian lawmakers in the State Duma have removed a definition of cryptocurrency mining from the draft law “On Digital Financial Assets”

  3. The Financial Action Task Force has introduced changes to its anti-money laundering and terrorism financing rules covering digital currency-related firms

  4. Report: hacker group “Lazarus,” reportedly funded by North Korea, has stolen a staggering $571 million in crypto since early 2017

  5. Some analysts believe that the calm in the markets is about to end. Do the charts point to a potential breakout or a breakdown? Let’s find out

  6. Crypto markets are seeing minor losses across the board, as low volatility and low price momentum continue

  7. Herman Gref, CEO of Russia’s Sberbank, says governments aren’t likely to “allow” decentralized crypto to flourish anytime soon, but pushes blockchain dev

  8. Crypto and blockchain-related merger and acquisition deals have surged by over 200 percent in 2018, according to data compiled by JMP Securities

  9. Frustrated by errors and mistakes when you’re using artificial intelligence? This blockchain-based startup thinks it has the answer #SPONSORED

  10. The Armenian Prime Minister attended the opening ceremony of a controversial crypto mining farm touting itself as one of the “world’s largest”

  11. Huobi claims users can manage multiple USD-backed stablecoins with their ‘stablecoin solution,’ HUSD

  12. Venezuelan residents see fresh sales pitch for state-run crypto Petro from president Maduro as he announces new bonus plan