Bitcoin News #52 – No2x movement grows, Japan and South Korea, Overstock and ICOs


Bitcoin news for the week of Sep 25th with @theonevortex @SDWouters @GabrielDVine @vxschmid and special guests @mir_btc and @giacomozucco !!

Topics:
Charlie Lee has recently joined the popular No2x movement on twitter in an effort to show the corporations that bitcoin belongs to the users, not the CEOs. Is this movement gaining as much momentum as the UASF and will it be just as successful?

With Japan adding Issuing Licenses for 11 Bitcoin Exchanges and the new joint venture between bittrex and Kakao in south korea creating a brand new alt coin exchange support over 100 crypto currencies, and the gaming giant Nexon buying Korbit in South Korea, what does this mean for bitcoin global adoption and will China be left in the dust?

Overstock recently announced they are opening an exchange for legal token trading and the SEC just recently announced a new Unit to Police ICOs and Other DLT ‘Violations’. Are these signs of the ICO market maturing?

Links:
https://www.coindesk.com/japans-finance-regulator-issues-licenses-for-11-bitcoin-exchanges/
https://www.techinasia.com/japanese-gaming-giant-nexon-buys-south-korean-bitcoin-exchange-korbit
https://cryptoinsider.com/mobile-giant-kakaos-cryptocurrency-currency-exchange-means-south-korean-bitcoin-pioneers/
https://www.coindesk.com/regulated-icos-arrive-overstock-open-exchange-legal-token-trading/
https://www.coindesk.com/new-sec-cyber-unit-police-icos-dlt-violations/

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