Top 10 Crypto News Stories 3rd October 2018

On today’s episode of The Cryptoverse…
Top 10 crypto news stories in less than 20 minutes. This is a crypto news roundup for the 3rd of October 2018.
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Ripple Launches xRapid Product

Ripple’s Cryptocurrency Product xRapid Goes Live

Chrome Extensions Will Soon Protect Against Miners and Hackers

Spanish hardware hacker Ricardo Reis adapts a coke vending machine to accept Bitcoin Lightning payments

Buy Coke Instantly With Bitcoin: Vending Machine Uses Lightning Network

The Ratio Of Legal To Illegal Uses Of Crypto Has Flipped From 90/10 to 10/90

The highly anticipated Chintai app has been released

Coinbase could be on the verge of being reasonably valued at $8b

CFTC Chairman Chris Giancarlo Does Not Believe Crypto Regulation Will Hold The US Back

CFTC Chairman Reassures That ‘Crypto is Here to Stay’

A Bitcoin Transaction Has Been Sent Via A Mesh Network

The Recently Discovered And Now Fixed Bug In Bitcoin Codebase Is Starting To Be Exploited In Other Coins That Use The Bitcoin Codebase Considers Stepping in to Prevent Voting Cartels Among 21 EOS’s Block Producers Steps in to Prevent Voting Cartels Among 21 EOS’s Block Producers


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  1. There's nothing wrong with the general purpose of banks; instead, there's something wrong with the current corrupt policies of banks which derive from greed. If Ripple can help to reduce client fees and the cost of entry for new financial players, that'll be a good thing. Everything else will depend on your representatives ignoring and incentivising bad financial practices such as those which lead to the 2007 crisis.

  2. Please continue doing these concise to the point news round ups. Other channels (the modern investor springs to mind) do similar but they seem to think we all have hours and hours to spare catching up on whats going on in the space. I also trust your judgement when it comes down to filtering the wheat from the chaff.

  3. I don't understand why any crypto company would start up in the US. Surely there's anonymous ways to start up, or start up in Malta forgods sake. The US will not give up power to crypto. Full stop. These startups are setting themselves up for disappointment or jail

  4. About Google Chrome, newly published extensions are only be available in the Chrome Web Store. They stopped web developers from triggering installations of Chrome extensions from their own websites, or inline installation as Google calls it, so Google is phasing that out.

  5. Browser extensions (add-ons, plugins, themes or whatever their name on whatever browser) are one of the biggest attack vectors in general and especially for crypto. Most people don’t realize that most extensions can view ALL content on EVERY WEBPAGE you visit. Many of them have the power to install keyloggers and clipboard scrapers. Now imagine managing your crypto from a box with lots of extensions installed.

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