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  1. American cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has filed to terminate its political action committee

  2. Blockchain-based art ledger Artory has reportedly secured $7.3 million in a Series A funding round from a group of investors, including an early Spotify investor

  3. U.S. crypto exchange Bittrex claims that it has no North Korean users trading on its platform

  4. HMS has collaborated with blockchain startup Solve.Care in a bid to cut government healthcare costs and improve interoperability

  5. The Technion has reportedly sued a faculty member for allegedly profiting from the zero knowledge proof technology he developed while working at the institute

  6. An unconfirmed email from Mt. Gox rehabilitators suggests all users who lost bitcoin will get compensation — even if they did not file a rehabilitation claim

  7. The first notary office in China to use blockchain technology has reportedly opened offices in Beijing

  8. Tech startup Unitopia raised $5 million in funding to develop a blockchain version of video games platform Steam

  9. A decentralized crypto collectible game will help develop an educational online platform where children and teens can start their own project. In order to raise funds, the company will put up a special nonfungible token for the auction #SPONSORED

  10. An adviser to the president of Russia has proposed to adopt a digital currency in Crimea to attract investors and avoid sanctions

  11. South Korean investors are reportedly buying the dip. Where are major coins heading in the near future? Let’s find out

  12. Filecoin owner Protocol Labs is collaborating with the Ethereum Foundation to develop a Verifiable Delay Function