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  1. As the official TON team transfers the TON development to “free source community,” the Chinese TON Community launches their own TON network.

  2. Ethereum transactions are even easier to de-anonymize than Bitcoin due to its specifics, but a lot of it comes down to careful usage of mixing tools.

  3. The price of Bitcoin rejected $9,600 as data shows the futures market led the BTC rally from $8,700 to $9,600.

  4. South Korea’s largest public blockchain, ICON, has released its Blockchain Transmission Protocol, allowing individual blockchains to interact and communicate with each other.

  5. Major crypto exchange Coinbase is rolling out Tezos staking rewards for users in the United Kingdom and three European countries.

  6. A giant repositioning since December 2017 is about to come to a close, claims Positive Crypto, leading to new price all-time highs.

  7. Canada-based York University will start two new blockchain education programs in September 2020 in order to meet rising demand for professionals in the field.

  8. According to data research firm Messari, Ripple’s selloff causes inflation to hit 20% — five times that of Bitcoin, inflicting downward price pressure.

  9. The crypto community has laughed off Goldman Sachs’ outdated analysis, with the Bitcoin price increasing more than 8% since.

  10. CoinMarketCap has introduced new metrics intended to combat fake volume, however, concerns linger that the platform favors parent company Binance.

  11. The Ethereum Foundation has postponed Devcon VI until 2021 and will host it in Bogota, Colombia.

  12. Bitcoin’s strong rally to $9,600 increases the chance of BTC reclaiming $10K but tomorrow’s CME BTC contracts expiry is an event to monitor.