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Lack of Decentralization Exposed with Reversed Transaction

Blockchain protocol EOS, run by Block.one, has just become the subject of a new crypto scandal. It all began on November 9th, when a picture emerged on Reddit of a moderator on EOS reversing a transaction that had already been confirmed.

Decentralized?

According to the Reddit user u/auti9003, a reverse transaction occurred without the owner’s permission. The arbitrator, Ben Gates, referred to the blockchain project’s constitution as a basis for his decision. Gates wrote:

“Under the powers afforded to me as arbitrator under article 6 of the Rules of Dispute Resolution, I, Ben Gates, rule that the EOS account in dispute should be returned to the claimant with immediate effect and that the freeze over the assets within the said account is removed.”

Many EOS users weren’t happy with the findings posted on Reddit. One user by the name of ethswagholder said:

“What a pile of garbage is EOS? Why would anyone use this over a bank account and traditional legal system? These guys raised $4BN to recreate the legal system using a token that is neither censorship resistant, nor immutable. Brilliant.”

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This isn’t the first time EOS’s model of governance has been questioned. Back in early October, allegations were made accusing the platform’s major block producers (BPs) of “collusion” and mutual voting. It was suggested that the main EOS nodes took part in mutual voting, with a handful of payoffs to remain in power of the EOS blockchain.

Daniel Larimer, CTO of Block.one, confirmed the project’s lack of decentralization in an interview last month. Larimer told Colin Talks Crypto:

“Decentralization isn’t what we’re after. What we’re after is anti-censorship and robustness against being shut down.”

Well, that should give you some peace—ha! Larimer still claims EOS is more decentralized than Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) because it takes 11 BP’s to control the network. For Bitcoin and Ethereum, it would only take around three to four pools.

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Crypto Airdrops | Crypto Ban in China Spreads to Airdrops

China does not like cryptocurrency. The country has repeatedly imposed strict sanctions against its use and relative businesses. Now the central bank of China is adding to its list by banning crypto airdrops.

China Bans Crypto Airdrops After ICO Abhorrence

The People’s Bank of China, or PBoC, has classed token airdrops as “disguised” Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). It detailed its new scrutiny in a financial stability report, published on Friday, November 2nd.

The bank’s regard for crypto airdrops echoes its abhorrence of ICOs, describing them as “illegal” fundraisers that lead to financial fraud, pyramid schemes, and hacks.

Now Crypto Airdrops Are Banned

The PBoC believes that crypto airdrops are evading regulation by giving away free assets to investors. According to Cointelegraph“airdrops earmark a token reserve and then capitalizing on speculation in the market to inflate the assets’ value and drive their own profits.”

And despite the bank’s continuous efforts to crack down on token issuance, ICOs and crypto airdrops are on the rise. It is calling for a doubled vigilance on the part of regulators to better protect investors.

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The document continues further hitting out at most aspects of the cryptocurrency industry. It is concerned about Chinese crypto companies moving abroad and using foreign “agents” to invest on behalf of Chinese citizens. It also warns against whitepapers and investment projects calling themselves “blockchain innovation.”

The overall fear is for crypto’s ability to evade capital controls and international sanctions. By encouraging a system of finance that lies outside of government control, PBoC feels money laundering, tax evasions, and illegal financing will result and impact society.

China has Never Warmed to Crypto

China has been stringent in its rules forbidding cryptocurrency. It placed a ban across crypto-to-fiat trading since September 2017, and the effect of that has been felt across the market. It has also officially blocked all websites related to cryptocurrency both domestic and foreign.

As the PBoC said previously, “to prevent financial risks, China will step up measures to remove any onshore or offshore platforms related to virtual currency trading or ICOs.”

Crypto airdrops are the latest victim of China’s firm hand on cryptocurrency.

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Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges Can Now Police Themselves

Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges have been given full license to create their own regulations.

So what’s going on?

Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Earlier today, the country’s financial regulator, the Financial Services Agency (FSA), granted the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association (JVCEA) a self-regulatory status.

The JVCEA is made up of 16 licensed and domestic crypto exchanges. Its members are Bitflyer, Money Partners, Bitbank, Bitpoint, Quoine, SBI Virtual Currencies, Fisco Virtual Currency, Btcbox, Zaif, GMO Coin, Bittrade, Tokyo Bitcoin Exchange (DMM Bitcoin), Bitarg Exchange Tokyo, FTT Corporation, Xtheta Corporation, and Bitocean.

The FSA has declared the body as a “certified fund settlement business association.” With this new status, it puts regulation responsibility in JVCEA’s hands. The body can now police its own exchanges.

Japan’s Cryptocurrency Exchanges

JVCEA can now implement its own rules and guideline for domestic crypto trading. In doing so, it can create measures to protect customer assets and improve security, whilst also curtailing insider trading, theft, and money laundering.

And this is exactly what the body was created to do; to regulate, protect, and give legitimacy to an industry that has suffered major hacks.

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Accreditation for Japanese Crypto Exchanges

In August, JVCEA submitted an application to the FSA to become an accredited body. After two months and a rigorous reviewing process, it is now an officially recognized body. The financial regulator had to “carefully examine the affairs of the Association and investigate whether proper group management can be expected.”

Now Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges can move forward and take control of the industry. JVCEA has already begun enforcing new rules effective immediately. The body has created a 100-page document with rule proposals. One example is a complete ban on privacy coins such as Monero and Dash from licensed exchanges. Another is a limit on margin trading with crypto.

JVCEA said on the news:

“With the acquisition of the accreditation, we will continue to make further efforts to create an industry that you can trust from everyone who uses virtual currency with members [exchanges].”

Japan’s crypto exchanges have been reeling from massive hacks. Notable thefts include January’s $530 million theft from Coincheck and the more recent Zaif exchange heist.

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Ripple (XRP) and TRON (TRX) Prices Slide Despite Major Progress

The cryptocurrency market is trading in the red again today. Bitcoin (BTC) has just dipped below the $6,600 mark and Ethereum (ETH) is trading just above $225. Both Ripple (XRP) and TRON (TRX) are sliding down today, despite both announcing major news regarding their projects recently.

Let’s take a closer look at Ripple and TRON and their latest project advancements.

Ripple (XRP)

Ripple concluded its Swell 2018 conference last week in San Francisco.

In addition to the conference, the Money Tap app powered by Ripple’s xCurrent software just launched in Japan. There has been lots of movement for Ripple over the last two weeks. Less than 24 hours ago, the cryptocurrency project announced that David Schwartz, Ripple’s CTO, will be a featured speaker at SXSW 2019.

Ethereum’s co-founder and ConSynsys founder, Joe Lubin, will also be speaking at the conference.

Despite the positive news, XRP has been backsliding on the market this week. According to CoinMarketCap, XRP is currently trading at $0.469 a coin, down -1.24% in 24 hours. For the week, the cryptocurrency is down -10.83%.

>> Ripple’s xRapid Expands into Commercial Production

TRON (TRX)

The TRON Foundation is currently voting on the release of the TRON Virtual Machine.

There seems to be some confusion among the cryptocurrency community, as TRON’s Founder Justin Sun has said one thing while the TRON Foundation is tweeting something different.

As you can see below, the TRON Virtual Machine was supposed to already be launched by now (according to Sun), but the TRON Foundation says voting is still taking place. It seems Sun may have jumped the gun on the announcement dated on the seventh.

So, has Odyssey 3.1 been released yet? Doesn’t seem so.

Despite the confusion, the TRON Foundation is trucking along as usual and has announced its new developer suite.

This will go live once the TVM is released on the new mainnet version.

According to CoinMarketCap, TRON (TRX) is currently sitting as the eleventh largest cryptocurrency by its total market cap. At the time of writing, TRX is currently trading at $0.0250 a coin, down -1.85%.

Check back in for more news from coins like Ripple (XRP) and TRON (TRX).

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BitIra Cryptocurrency Security Guide | Understand the Risks of Crypto

There’s no doubt that Americans are showing more and more interest in cryptocurrency. A recent survey from LendEDU found that Bitcoin ownership in the U.S. is just below 14%, with over 17% interested in adding it to their portfolio in the future.

One of the biggest barriers for investors to enter cryptocurrency investing is security. And that’s where BitIRA’s new guide on Cryptocurrency Security comes in; the culmination of more than 100 hours of research and development.

A leading Bitcoin IRA company, BitIRA’s 6,000+ word Cryptocurrency Security Guide offers one of the most up-to-date, useful solutions to the challenge of understanding the risks and resources of crypto-related security.

Using layman’s terms that resonate with the average investor, the Cryptocurrency Security Guide simplifies an otherwise technically challenging subject into digestible facts and figures, giving present and future cryptocurrency investors the understanding they need to invest with confidence and sleep well at night.

“This guide provides a wealth of knowledge for anyone interested in investing in cryptocurrencies, whether they are just getting started or have been doing so for years,” says Jay Blaskey, Digital Currency Specialist at BitIRA. “The reality is that, in today’s climate, security must be at the fore of any crypto investor’s mind. We believe that this guide can help people understand fundamental and advanced concepts that will help them properly secure their assets.”

Tough Questions; Great Answers

Deciding to invest in cryptocurrency isn’t like picking a stock or mutual fund and calling the family broker. Smart investors are seeing the non-traditional value of cryptocurrencies but still want peace of mind that their investments will be secure when purchased.

BitIRA’s Cryptocurrency Security Guide answers common questions such as:

  •     How many types of crypto-related security vulnerabilities are there?
  •     Do I need to become a technical wizard to keep my coins safe?
  •     What is the most common type of security problem?
  •     How can I reduce the risk to my cryptocurrency holdings?
  •     What resources do I need to reduce crypto-related security risks?

In all, 10 security tactics are covered, giving readers a broad knowledge of cryptocurrency security that will educate them while alleviating any fears they may have.

Expert Opinion

BitIRA’s Cryptocurrency Security Guide is not just a collection of best practices; it also picks the brain of security expert and crypto enthusiast Isaiah Sarju. Previously published in Hackernoon and Microsoft Security Intelligence Report, Sarju is the co-owner and principal technical consultant of Revis Solutions, LLC. Sarju breaks down the risks that new traders, casual traders, and active traders will face as they move their way through the market.

Four Sections of Knowledge and Know-How

As providers of the world’s most secure Bitcoin IRA, BitIRA knows a thing or two about cryptocurrency security. Its Cryptocurrency Security Guide breaks the subject down into four key sections.

  •     Section 1: Keeping Your Cryptocurrency Safe: Before we can make our investments safe, we need to learn why it’s important to lower the risks of a hack or data loss in the first place.
  •     Section 2: Cryptocurrency Security Concepts You Should Know: Just like learning a foreign language, there are basic terms and ideas that one needs in order to grasp the key concepts to come. Consider this section your cryptocurrency encyclopedia.
  •     Section 3: Facing the Challenge of Cryptocurrency Security: Now that you’ve got the lay of the land, learn specific techniques on how to detect and avoid vulnerabilities in crypto-security.
  •     Section 4: Sources and Resources: BitIRA believes that knowledge is power and that knowledge should be shared, not hoarded. This section offers links and tips to support your future security endeavors.

More to Come from BitIRA

This guide is just the opening salvo in BitIRA’s battle against the myths and misconceptions of the cryptocurrency investment industry. BitIRA will continue delivering education and content regarding cryptocurrency security through its BitIRA U initiative.

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