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This Week in Crypto: Bitcoin Narrative Strengthens Amid PayPal Debacle, Ethereum Istanbul Nears, Bakkt Swells

This Week in Crypto: Bitcoin Narrative Strengthens Amid PayPal Debacle, Ethereum Istanbul Nears, Bakkt Swells

                                

This Week In Crypto is a weekly segment from the Live Coin Watch News team, providing readers with a fun, succinct, and pertinent summary of the most important Bitcoin-related events in the past seven days.

This Week in Crypto:

  • RBC May Launch Crypto Asset Exchange: Reported by The Logic, a Canadian innovation-centric news outlet, Royal Bank of Canada — the country’s largest bank with $660 billion in assets under management — is exploring the creation of a cryptocurrency trading platform for investments in an array of digital assets, purportedly including Bitcoin and Ethereum. Citing four Canadian and American patents that can be found by the public, the outlet reported that the institution is “exploring the creation of a cryptocurrency trading platform for investments as well as in-store and online purchases.” Serving over 16 million customers, RBC’s platform could be a boon for the crypto industry at large. What’s interesting is that this comes after
  • RBC announced last year that:
  • “Effective immediately, RBC will no longer be allowing the use of RBC credit cards for transactions involving cryptocurrency. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.”

  • Chinese Government-Run Xinhua Releases Bitcoin Article: Earlier this week, Xinhua, China’s purportedly most-read news outlet, released an entire article on Bitcoin. The article, whose title roughly translates to “Bitcoin: The First Successful Application of Blockchain Technology,” was seen by many on Twitter as a ground-breaking development. Sure, it did raise awareness of the cryptocurrency, but it wasn’t as bullish as many painted it on Twitter. The article, per some translations online, calls the cryptocurrency “highly concentrated/centralized” phenomena, something that is bad for the climate, and is something “most importantly” used for black market transactions. It also touched on the hyper-volatile nature of the crypto markets.
  • Bakkt to Launch Cash-Settled Futures: As Bakkt’s Bitcoin volumes have swelled to reach over $10 million per day, the company has revealed that it wants to launch cash-settled futures contracts. “We have the intention of offering a cash-settled contract as well,” said Bakkt executive Adam White at a New York conference.
  • Compound Raises $25 Million from Andreessen Horowitz, others: On Thursday, Fortune revealed that Compound — a decentralized platform that allows users to lend out and borrow Ethereum-based assets like ETH itself, USD Coin, Basic Attention Token, and 0x — has secured a $25 million worth of investments from Andreessen Horowitz’s a16z (round leader), Paradigm, Bain Capital Ventures, and Polychain Capital. Compound CEO Robert Leshner explained that his company’s goals will be to be integrated “with crypto exchanges, custodians, and wallets by the end of 2020.
  • Ethereum Istanbul Nears: Speaking of Ethereum, the blockchain’s Istanbul hard fork is slated to take place on December 4th, during the blockchain’s block 9069000. The Istanbul hard fork will introduce six key code changes to Ethereum. One change is EIP 1884, which will “increase the computational costs of recalling data about the ethereum blockchain for application developers,” according to a CoinDesk report.  The other changes are focused on changing gas/price limits for blockchain users.
  • PayPal Stops Pornhub-related Transactions in Move Bullish for Bitcoin: Pornhub recently announced that it will no longer be supported for payments by PayPal. This move will impact thousands of the performers that post videos on the site to garner income. Many have said that this is bullish for the cryptocurrency space, as things like Bitcoin are decentralized, digital, and censorship-resistant alternatives to PayPal.
  • Unknown Fund Looks to Distribute $75 Million in BTC to Privacy Firms: Announced in a press release published to an independent website on November 13th, a group of “ordinary” though anonymous people (seeming crypto whales) plan to invest and donate some $75 million worth of Bitcoin to companies and non-profits looking to aid privacy rights. The group’s name is “Unknown Fund.”
  • Abra Bolster Crypto App by Adding 60 New Digital Assets: Fintech startup Abra is bolstering its U.S. offerings in a move bolstering crypto adoption. According to CoinDesk, the app is adding 60 new cryptocurrencies — including things like Cosmos, MakerDAO’s DAI, and Bitcoin SV — and doubling users’ bank deposit limits. The new assets will eventually be activated for Abra customers outside of the U.S.

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Nick Chong

Nick has been enamored with cryptocurrencies since finding out about them in 2013. He now reports crypto- and blockchain-related news for a number of leading outlets.

https://news.livecoinwatch.com/week-crypto-bitcoin-narrative-paypal-ethereum-istanbul/

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Bitcoin Falls as Yuan Strengthens

Bitcoin Falls as Yuan Strengthens

 

                                 

Bitcoin has been falling slightly, dropping this week from $9,000 to $8,600 and down from last month’s $10,000.

Why it has turned somewhat downwards since the 24th of June when it reached $14,000 is not too clear, but it may be just profit taking after a very fast rise during spring and summer:As it stands, the chart is a bart, back to the circa $8,500 support level where it saw the biggest recent green candle upwards, and red candle downwards.

Where it goes next is anyone’s guess, but besides mere speculation, the rise and fall might also be due to Yuan’s fall and now slight rise: What we have here is bitcoin and CNY moving in tandem during spring and summer. CNY then falls further, with USD’s value against it up and up, but bitcoin doesn’t follow presumably because it had already risen and gone too far or who knows why. Now for this month CNY has strengthened a bit, with bitcoin so falling somewhat, but China’s economy is weakening and considerably.China’s growth has been falling, but more importantly, its inflation is rising significantly.

The big jump in October stands out, but even more stands out its rise from the beginning of the year at 1.5% to now 3.8%. That means real growth in China is at just 2.2%, far lower than the 5% plus they’re used to. Part of that is because arguably they’ve devalued too much, but also perhaps because the low hanging fruits have been caught already, so there might not be too much more room for productivity to increase the economy. There’s also the tariffs, with a trade deal apparently nearing an agreement , but China might be falling to the same trap as Japan before them and the west now, the trap of monetization.

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https://www.trustnodes.com/2019/11/14/bitcoin-falls-as-yuan-strengthens

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ASX-Listed DigitalX Seeds New Fund With Half Its Bitcoin Holdings

ASX-Listed DigitalX Seeds New Fund With Half Its Bitcoin Holdings

                                    

 

The first ever cryptocurrency firm to be listed on a major stock exchange has launched a new bitcoin fund.

DigitalX, which debuted on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) under its previous name DigitalBTC as far back as 2015, announced the new fund on Wednesday. The firm said it’s offering qualifying wholesale and professional investors such as family offices and high-net-worth individuals exposure to the cryptocurrency via a “standard unlisted fund structure” without the effort and risk of holding it directly. DigitalX executive director Leigh Travers

said in the announcement:

“DigitalX has held its bitcoin position through the 2017 bull market and 2018 drawdown because of our fundamental long-term belief in the value of the asset. What has become more and more apparent to us as we speak to investors and market participants generally, is that there is a growing interest in accessing bitcoin from people who have traditionally not considered investment in digital assets.”

To get the fund off the ground, DigitalX will provide 215 of its total 431 bitcoin, valuing its investment at around US$1.89 million at current prices. The firm said it aims to quickly grow the investment vehicle and hence its funds under management, and will see income via the fees receivable from the fund. Management fees are disclosed as being set at 1.65 percent annually, while no performance fees will be charged. The fund’s holdings will be secured via custody services provided by insurance-backed BitGo. DigitalX further plans to use “blockchain-based security” for the registration and transfer of units in the fund.

The Bitcoin Fund is licensed and administered by Boutique Capital, which is also the licensee of DigitalX’s existing indexed crypto fund. Launched last April, that fund was said to give exposure to “leading” crypto assets and potentially ICO tokens. DigitalX, following a move into bitcoin mining that was later abandoned, has morphed into a company offering blockchain consulting and development services and asset management. It’s not been without its controversies, having been taken to court by investors over an ICO for which it acted as adviser. Its former executive chairman was also indicted by the US government for alleged involvement in a fraudulent text messaging scheme.

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Daniel Palmer

One of CoinDesk's longest-tenured contributors, and now one of our news editors, Daniel has authored over 600 stories for the site. When not writing or editing, he likes to paint, play guitar, hammer hot steel and spin clay. Daniel holds a small amount of BTC currently

https://www.coindesk.com/asx-listed-digitalx-seeds-new-fund-with-half-its-bitcoin-holdings

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Bitcoin Falls 4.3%, Slipping Below $9,000 for First Time in Two Weeks

Bitcoin Falls 4.3%, Slipping Below $9,000 for First Time in Two Weeks

                                 

Analysts cited a lack of positive market drivers and speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve might pause this year’s rate-cutting cycle, which could curb demand for the cryptocurrency as a potential inflation hedge. The price dropped to $8,800 as of 18:57 UTC (1:57 p.m. New York time), according to Trading View. It’s still more than double where bitcoin was at the start of the year, leaving the cryptocurrency as one of the world’s best-performing asset classes in 2019.

Bitcoin had rallied more $2,000 in late October after Chinese President Xi Jinping declared that the country would embrace blockchain – the decentralized computing networks underpinning cryptocurrencies – as a “core” technology, followed by the reveal of hundreds of blockchain projects already in motion. Since then, though, the price had mostly fluctuated within a range between $9,100 and $9,600.

Friday’s decline accelerated after bitcoin broke below its 200-day moving average of $9,186, which had been seen as a price support by some traders using technical analysis. “This is a pretty classic example of a technical move,” said Kevin Kelly, co-founder at Delphi Digital, a cryptocurrency research firm in New York. “It just sort of broke to the downside.” The price drop appears to have triggered margin calls for some traders, leading to position liquidations and creating additional selling pressure, Kelly said.

One of the macroeconomic narratives for buying bitcoin is that, like gold, it can be used as an inflation hedge, Kelly said. But with increasing signs that the economy might be responding to the Fed’s three interest-rate cuts earlier this year, speculation is mounting that the U.S. central bank might refrain in the near term from further moves to ease monetary policy, he said. “You have seen an unwind of the consensus on this doomsday narrative,” Kelly said. Some investors may also have become more skeptical that China’s public push to use blockchain would translate into new demand for bitcoin, according to Greg Cipolaro, co-founder of Digital Asset Research.

While many traders thought bitcoin, as the original blockchain and biggest digital asset by market value, might benefit from broader adoption of the technology, if China has been at work developing a digital version of its own currency, it could be a win for blockchain technology on the whole but mean little for bitcoin today. “My opinion is that that wasn’t the right read of that news,” Cipolaro said. “They were clearly saying blockchain not bitcoin.” With that realization in the backdrop, “you really haven’t seen follow-through on the price,” he said. “There hasn’t been a major catalyst post that $2,000 rip two weeks ago.”

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Michael Williamson

https://www.icogeeker.com/bitcoin-falls-4-3-slipping-below-9000-for-first-time-in-two-weeks/

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Bitcoin Mining to Ramp Up Dramatically in Russia

Bitcoin Mining to Ramp Up Dramatically in Russia

                               

Bitcoin mining is heating up as several groups are ramping up production, with one Russian company aiming for 20% of the world’s total.

Bitcoin mining has definitely changed over time. Regular people used to be able to mine BTC with their desktop computers, but those days are long over. Cryptocurrency mining is now the province of major companies, such as Bitmain. It seems that the competition between crypto mining outfits is heating up, with one Russian company shooting for hitting 20% of the world’s Bitcoin mining total.

In Mother Russia, Bitcoin Mine You!

The company in question is the Russian Mining Company (RMC), and its CEO is Dmitry Marinichev, the country’s Putin-appointed internet ombudsman. The company is setting up shop in a metal factory in the province of Karelia. The factory has been closed since 2018 due to U.S. sanctions.

Of the plant and RMC’s plans, Dmitry Marinichev says:

Now the plant for Rusal is unprofitable, the electricity supplied to it is practically not utilized, and people living in the single-industry town near the plant have nowhere to work. Our idea is to redesign the plant and sell its computing power as a service, that is, provide an IT service.

One of those services is cryptocurrency mining, and the plant is so large, it could account for a full 20% of the entire world’s Bitcoin mining production. The company managed to raise US$43 million during an ICO in 2017.

Other Competitors

RMC is not alone in trying to grab a larger slice of the cryptocurrency mining pie. Argo Blockchain in the United Kingdom has doubled its order of mining rigs as it seeks a “significant expansion” to its capabilities. The company has ordered 10,000 Antminer T17s, worth a total of $9.51 million. When the new mining rigs arrive in December, the company will boast a total of 17,000 Bitcoin mining machines. Its total hash power is then expected to increase by 240%. China-based Canaan Creative is looking to score through a NASDAQ initial public offering. The second-largest BTC mining device manufacturer is hoping to raise $400 million through the IPO. The company says it will use the funds to pay off debts and fund research into blockchain technology and AI.

The decision by Canaan Creative comes a short time after Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke favorably about the country becoming the leading force in advancing blockchain technology. However, China is still hostile to decentralized cryptocurrencies, shutting down exchanges back in 2017, but the country’s central bank is reportedly close to releasing its own state-controlled cryptocurrency. While some critics are saying that the profitability of Bitcoin mining is down considerably, it seems a number of companies are willing to spend big to increase their stake in the industry.Images courtesy of Wikimedia/Vpetrov-71 and Pixabay.

A few years back, Jeff began hearing about Bitcoin and the rise of other cryptocurrencies. A proponent of allowing people to take economic power into their own hands, he has enthusiastically supported cryptocurrencies and the many benefits of blockchain technology. This interest propelled him to becoming a writer for, and later editor of, several crypto-focused websites. His goal with BitcoinerX is to provide timely news and analysis in an entertaining manner.

https://bitcoinerx.com/mining/bitcoin-mining-to-ramp-up-dramatically-in-russia/

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China Removes Bitcoin Mining From Its BanList

China Removes Bitcoin Mining From Its BanList

China removes the bitcoin mining from the ban list of industries,

and now the bitcoin mining industry has no restrictions or danger from the regulatory department of china, reported on 06 November 2019. According to the report, it is confirmed from the information given in the newly published edition of Industrial Structure Adjustment Guidance Catalog (2019) where bitcoin mining is not listed in the elimination list of industries that are going to be banned after taking final action in 2020.

Previously, China published a list of industries that will be banned in 2020 where bitcoin mining was also listed in the ban list, but just now they published the documents again by doing some changes where bitcoin mining is also removed from the ban list.
This is really good news for the bitcoin because most of the hash power on the bitcoin network is from the bitcoin mining farms established in China.
China also a big producer of bitcoin mining equipment.

Last month, Hurun Report, research, media, and investment firm recently published a report named “Hurun China Rich List 2019” in which it featured 12 local cryptocurrency magnates. Last Week, The encrypted peer to peer messaging application Telegram has launched the test wallet for its native cryptocurrency GRAM token. Telegram has launched the wallet for Windows, iOS and Linux users.

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Bitcoin News

https://bitcoinik.com/china-removes-bitcoin-mining-from-its-banlist/

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University Researchers Accuse Tether of Manipulating Bitcoin Prices in 2017

University Researchers Accuse Tether of Manipulating Bitcoin Prices in 2017

                               

Many cryptocurrency enthusiasts like to think back to 2017.

It was the year when Bitcoin and virtually all altcoins noted their last all-time high values. To this date, it still remains unclear where this sudden surge came from. Many people still feel Tether is partially to blame for this series of events. Influencing cryptocurrency prices can be done by anyone and everyone. The scale at which that impact will be visible is a different matter entirely.

More Tether Manipulation Accusations

As far as the 2017 cryptocurrency push was concerned, many people suspect big holders made their play accordingly. A new study created by John Griffin and Amin Shams seems to hint at one sole entity being the catalyst. They claim it only took one wealthy speculator to manipulate all of the markets with relative ease. More specifically, the researchers point a finger of blame at Tether. The company issues the USDT stablecoin which is commonly used across trading platforms. 

While it is not the first time Tether is named in regards to potential market manipulation, the company refutes any and all claims. Tether’s General Counsel Stuart Hoegner went as far as stating how the research is flawed in many different ways. It is evident that this will not be the last accusation of Tether either. The company has been under scrutiny for quite some time now. In recent months, the company also became involved in a lawsuit. The outcome of that investigation is still pending at this time.  Whether or not this research factors into that lawsuit, remains unclear. 

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https://cryptomode.com/university-researchers-accuse-tether-of-manipulating-bitcoin-prices-in-2017/

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Chinese President Sparks Big Bitcoin Price Gains with Bullish Blockchain Speech 0 58

Chinese President Sparks Big Bitcoin Price Gains with Bullish Blockchain Speech 0 58

                                 

Chinese President Xi Jingping supports the blockchain and says the Chinese government needs to do more

in terms researching and investing in the blockchain, according to South China Morning Post. Xi is also the general secretary of the Communist Part of China Central Committee and chaired a meeting on the subject with other advisors taking part. Xi believes blockchain “will play an important role in the next round of technological innovation and industrial transformation”. “Major countries are stepping up their efforts to plan the development of blockchain technology. Greater effort should be made to strengthen basic research and boost innovation capacity to help China gain an edge in the theoretical, innovative and industrial aspects of this emerging field.”

What Xi’s Thoughts did to the Bitcoin Price

In just the last five days, the price of Bitcoin is exploding. It now stands at $9,360.67 after starting the trading day on October 24th, 2019 at $7,474. That’s a price gain of over 21%. The price briefly got up over $10,000 throughout the weekend before bouncing down to where it is today.

Is The Government’s Stance on Cryptocurrency Changing?

China banned an initial coin offering for a cryptocurrency exchange in 2017. The country wanted to curb enthusiasm around crypto to protect consumers in theory. China used to be the world’s largest influence on Bitcoin trading volume but that’s since changed because of the regulatory crackdown. However, the country still does maintain a major influence in the cryptocurrency mining space. So while it’s nice to hear Xi extolled the virtues of the blockchain, the reality is the Chinese government has a history of tightly controlling what its citizens can and can’t do when it comes to money, politics and social issues. That in fact is part of the reason that China had such a stranglehold on Bitcoin trading volume is that Chinese people have the desire to keep their savings out of the hands of the government. Most Bitcoin and blockchain enthusiasts know that a big portion of the transactions that go through the world’s most valuable blockchain are the result of people trying to escape oppressive regimes.

Hyperinflation in Venezuela

The International Monetary Fund estimates that the inflation rate of the Venezuelan Bolivar will reach a staggering one million percent by the end of 2019. While Bitcoin’s price worldwide is usually listed on charts in comparison to the American dollar, that doesn’t mean that everyone gets access to Bitcoin at the same standard price. It’s estimated that the price of Bitcoin in Venezuela is doubling every single day. That sounds huge and it is, but when the price of the local fiat currency is exploding by a million percent per year, it makes sense to put that money into Bitcoin as quickly as possible. Scarcity = value, and if people converting the Bolivar are lining up at Venezuelan exchanges all at the same time, it only makes sense that the price will continue to skyrocket. When a handful of countries experience the same thing, the overall volume being traded and acquired on the international market goes up.

Greece’s Government Debt Crisis

Known as The Crisis, Greece’s problems ironically stem from the same 2008 Global Economic Crisis that sparked the invention of Bitcoin and the blockchain network. The Crisis led to citizens quickly becoming impoverished. Overall, the situation in Greece surpassed the U.S. Great Depression as the longest recession on record. During this time, bond yield spreads have grown further and further apart and the government’s debt reached nearly 300 billion Euros, causing risk insurance and credit default swaps to rise in price, creating a whole system of growing debt. Of course this led to more and more people searching for alternative ways to store value. This meant Greeks began putting money into traditional and digital gold, or Bitcoin.

One Other Potential Reason for Bitcoin’s Recent Surge

Bakkt is a Bitcoin futures exchange most serious traders were really excited about earlier this year and even going back to 2018. As soon as it launched, enthusiasts expected Bitcoin to go all the way to the moon. It’s just happening now, a little bit later than anybody thought it would. Just in the last 24 hours, trading futures contracts on Bakkt has gone up 260%. This is all in anticipation of future events related to innovation in China. What comes from Xi’s comments in the long term remains to be seen, but for now it seems the market is already pricing in potential.

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Jack Choros

https://cryptoradar.org/chinese-president-sparks-bitcoin-price-gain/

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Craig Wright Backs out of 500,000 BTC Lawsuit Settlement 0 11

Craig Wright Backs out of 500,000 BTC Lawsuit Settlement 0 11

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Craig Wright, the infamous programmer claiming he’s the inventor of Bitcoin, is backing out of a 500,000 BTC settlement with the Kleiman estate. He says he can’t afford to finance the payout.

The Case Is Back On

Wright lost his case against Kleiman in August. Courts deemed he couldn’t prove he’s solely responsible for half a million Bitcoins he mined with Kleiman prior to 2014. That means the case that ended less than 90 days ago is now being re-opened. Wright battled with Ira Kleiman’s estate through his living relative David Kleiman. At the time of the court’s decision, the 500,000 BTCs were worth over $5 billion.

A motion filed on November 1st in a Florida courtroom states that both parties have reached a non-binding agreement in principle following several conference calls and in-person meetings. The plaintiffs were claiming they were no longer pursuing active litigation, but they found their efforts to be a waste of time. The law firm representing the plaintiff’s case wrote in a motion that on October 30th, 2019, they were informed Mr. Wright could no longer afford to finance the settlement and that he was “breaking” the non-binding settlement agreement.

So What’s Next?

Lawyers representing the Kleiman estate are now preparing for a new court date on March 30th of next year.

Wright is Now Fighting Back against an Old Deposition

Roche Freedman is now working to obtain a deposition of James Wilson, a chief financial officer of Craig Wright’s companies in Australia. He worked for Wright between 2012 and 2013. The plaintiffs think the comments Wilson made during that deposition are going to be crucial to the case. He was the one looking over Wright’s companies when they were sold to the Kleiman estate in exchange for Bitcoin. Wilson will be visiting Washington on November 8th to be deposed once again.

In lieu of that upcoming date, Wright’s lawyers are suggesting they will not consent to a deposition because they haven’t received 14 days’ notice for an out of state deposition as required by the law. The court documents also show the team will decide whether or not they’re willing to go through with a video deposition within the next week. This is all quite a bit of red tape to go around for Kleiman’s estate and Wright’s conduct has certainly put a strain on things.

Forgery Complaints

Emails, invoices and BitMessages were analyzed over the summer time and investigator Matthew Edman uncovered the fact there’s a good chance Craig Wright tampered with documents relating to the Tulip Trust, an account where funds were being held. This has created an atmosphere of doubt around Wright’s integrity, although a cross examination from opposing lawyers gave them a chance to refute claims. The story around Wright and the $10 billion-plus within the Kleiman estate just keeps getting more and more interesting. And it seems, it’s not exactly over yet.

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Jack Choros

https://cryptoradar.org/craig-wright-lawsuit/

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A Big Four Begins Testing Mobile Bitcoin (BTC) Wallet App

A Big Four Begins Testing Mobile Bitcoin (BTC) Wallet App

                                  

The Big Four are the biggest professional services networks in the world,

offering audit, assurance, taxation, management consulting, advisory, actuarial, corporate finance, and legal services everywhere. Composed by PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Ernst & Young and KPMG, these firms accounted for $148.2 billion in combined global revenue during the fiscal year 2018. 

All of these companies have shown interest in blockchain technology at some level, proving the utility behind said tech and how it could greatly improve the services they provide to customers worldwide. Although it wasn’t until recently that one of these consulting companies begin implementing cryptocurrencies to test things out. According to the Luxembourg Times, Deloitte is currently testing out a Bitcoin app within the company itself, offering its employees the possibility of paying for their lunch using Bitcoin (BTC) through a simple mobile app. The trial, which is only an internal test, is supposedly working towards the optimization of an app capable of enabling usage of cryptocurrencies more easily, although the company has said that it’s not planning on allowing clients to pay for their services in crypto just yet. According to Laurent Collet, a partner for strategy regulatory and corporate finance department at Deloitte Luxembourg:

We think it’s good to have our employees assess this new technology.

Furthermore, Collet continued on explaining how blockchain technology was a priority for the company, especially when it came to fund management activities and processing of transactions. Through blockchain tech, clients could benefit from greater transaction speeds, making auditing processes easier while removing the middlemen. This is where we focus our attention right now in linking this new technology with the needs of the Luxembourg industry. Deloitte has a long way to go, especially since one of its major rival companies, PwC Luxembourg, announced that it will begin accepting Bitcoin (BTC) as a payment method for services rendered. 

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