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January 19, 2019

Crowdcrypto Newsletter | January 19, 2019

Top Headlines

  • tZero Set to Launch This Week
    Security token trading platform tZero will finally launch this week, at least according to CEO Patrick Byrne, as they process the final user signups before they “hit the button and go live” (Coindesk)
  • Coinstar Kiosks to Sell Bitcoin
    Bitcoin ATM operator Coinme has launched a partnership with Coinstar wherein users of Coinstar kiosks, normally found in grocery stores around the country, can purchase Bitcoin using the machines (Coin Telegraph)

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Crypto News

  • ConsenSys Invests in Crypto Wallet and Browser
    Ethereum venture studio ConsenSys made investments in two crypto ventures this week, with $1M invested in Paris-based crypto wallet Coinhouse, and an undisclosed amount invested in the encryption browser Tenta. (Coindesk)

International Spotlight

  • Chile Adds Tax to Crypto Investments
    Taxpayers in Chile will now be required to pay taxes on cryptocurrency investments as a new section fo cryptoassets has been introduced on their annual tax return form (CCN)
  • Malaysia Classifies Digital Assets and Tokens as Securities
    The cryptocurrency regulation that is launching in Malaysia on Monday will classify digital assets and tokens as securities. Beginning on Tuesday, any individuals operating unauthorized ICOs or digital asset exchanges operating in Malaysia could face jail time and fines (Coin Telegraph)

Security Token Corner

  • Aspencoin Moves to Securitize Platform
    The Aspencoin, which was launched as a fractional equity ownership token for the St. Regis Aspen Resort, has moved over to the Securitize platform in hopes of upgrading the trading functionality and liquidity options available to the coin. (Crowdfund Insider)

Equity Crowdfunding

  • MicroVentures Announces No-Fee Reg CF Campaigns for Issuers
    Crowdfunding platform MicroVentures has announced no-fee Regulation Crowdfunding campaigns for issuers, as they expect to fuel growth in the Reg CF community by offering their services to a larger number of potential issuers (Crowdfund Insider)

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