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  1. Bitcoin's bulls are taking a breather as the traditional markets get the jitters over rising tensions between the U.S. and China.
  2. Gibraltar Stock Exchange Group's recently launched GRID venue has tokenized the shares of adtech firm tribeOS.
  3. Nuggets, a digital identity and payments platform, has developed a way to accept deliveries without needing a physical signature to combat a spike in fraud during the coronavirus pandemic.
  4. It's tough getting regulated on "the Rock," says crypto derivatives exchange, ZUBR.
  5. The Twitter account of BSV-based social media platform Twetch was suspended Thursday without warning, said Twetch co-founder Josh Petty.
  6. A member of the Hyperledger Identity Working Group on how we can keep track of COVID-19 without giving up our digital rights.
  7. Bitcoin is riding high as short sellers in the crypto derivatives market get squeezed out, triggering automatic buy orders.
  8. BitClave will pay back over $25 million in a settlement with the SEC stemming from a 2017 token sale.
  9. Telegram CEO Pavel Durov reportedly donated about $90,000 worth of bitcoin to help alleviate the financial burden of COVID-19 pandemic in Russia.
  10. A macro expert joins to discuss why the U.S. dollar and economy are more broadly poised to suck the liquidity from the entire global economy.
  11. Vitalii Antonenko, 28, has been indicted for allegedly stealing and selling reams of payment card data, the proceeds of which he laundered in bitcoin.
  12. BlockTower Capital investors have seen 73% returns over the hedge fund's lifetime.