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  1. The former Energy Minister Igor Yusufov is proposing an oil-backed crypto, and the Russian State Duma reportedly plans to review and adopt new cryptocurrency regulation in March

  2. The Lightning Torch has been received and passed on by the financial derivatives giant Fidelity Investments

  3. Ethereum researcher Vlad Zamfir has been appointed by blockchain protocol research and development company CasperLabs as lead consensus protocol architect

  4. Hesitation has been shown by Canadian banks concerning the management of the assets of insolvent cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX

  5. Afri Schoeden, Parity’s release manager, has quit Ethereum projects after being criticized for critiquing the Serenity upgrade

  6. Researchers from Stanford University and Visa Research have developed a privacy mechanism for Ethereum and other smart contract platforms

  7. With increasing interest from institutional investors, is it a good time to buy for the long term or is this just a dead cat bounce? Let’s look at the charts

  8. Ohio state treasurer Robert Sprague revealed that two companies have used the recently introduced option to pay taxes with cryptocurrencies

  9. University of California academics have proposed a blockchain-based system for managing clinical trial data

  10. Bitcoin has broken the $4,000 threshold for the fourth time in 2019, while all top 20 cryptos are in the green

  11. Thailand’s National Legislative Assembly has approved amendments on tokenized securities that allow companies to seek licenses and issue tokens

  12. Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian has claimed that the crypto hype is gone, leaving space for true crypto believers