Dec 06, 2018 at 14:34
What Do People Think About Digital Currency in the United States of America?
Since the early years, the USA has always been open to new developments, including cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. Some states have already integrated the fintech in their operations and are enjoying their benefits, while others are waiting for the proper regulation of the field.
Nov 15, 2018 at 15:48
Ripple Labs Takes Lawsuits to U.S Federal Court, There Are Over 100 Plaintiffs
Ripple Labs, based in San Francisco, has now consolidated its lawsuits that are still ongoing into one tractable federal action. This effort has been dubbed "tactical brilliance" and "slick" by Jake Chervinsky, Securities litigation attorney, Kobre & Kim. It now meets all the necessary requirements that are specified under the U.S. Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA).
Bank of America Finally Wins Patent for Secure Digital Currency Storage System
Several financial institutions have recently been hedging their bets or completely integrating cryptos. The proper acquisition and filing of patents is how big organizations express their interest in a particular field, and Bank of America (BofA) still leads, one for "tamper-responsive". On October 30, 2018, BofA put yet another crypto-related patent to its major collection of over 50 applications that were filed in similar field.
YouGov Omnibus Study: 80% of Americans are Cognizant of Bitcoin
There is a lot of hope among the Millennials about the chances of crypto being recognized widely, and almost half of those who believe this would choose using crypto over the U.S dollar, according to a recently carried out consumer survey on consciousness of and attitudes about crypto.