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CoinNess.com 24-Hour News Roundup on Nov 8: New Zealand Will Get Its Crypto-Based Dollars, NZDT, Back Early Next Year

07:36 Thursday , November 08th 2018
[Policy]
1. The Finance Committee of the lower house of French parliament has adopted amendments to a tax bill that ease taxes on cryptocurrency sales;
2. The Malaysian government has issued the first blockchain industrial operation license to the KJT cross-border payment project;
3. Korean Bar Association lobbied the government on Thursday to quickly establish a legal framework to help develop the blockchain-based virtual currency industry and protect investors;
4. The Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand Wissanu Krea-ngam has called for more regulations on cryptocurrencies;
5. "At least one ICO portal will be certified in November, then we can approve each ICO offering, which might start in December," said Thai SEC secretary-general Rapee Sucharitakul;
6. The finance commission in France's lower house of parliament backed plans on Wednesday to ease tax on Bitcoin sales, bringing it in line with other capital gains tax;
7. South Korean Blockchain Governance and Consensus Committee (BGCC) released the country's ICO guidelines on Tuesday, Nov 6;
8. The Government of Venezuela announced that the cryptocurrency Petro will be submitted to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) as a unit of account for oil transactions;

[Exchange]
1. LXDX will be going public soon and issuing its shares through a security token offering (STO) instead of the traditional initial public offering (IPO) or initial coin offering (ICO);
2. Poloniex will be the first exchange to offer trading for the pending Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork amid the debate that has raged since mid-year;
3. New Zealand will get its crypto-based dollars, NZDT, back early next year;

[Others]
1. CDC faces criticism in crypto media community, and project founder YANG Ning chose to hide himself;
2. Tel Aviv-based eToro has officially launched the eToro Wallet. According to the announcement, the eToro wallet will initially launch with support for BTC, BCH, LTC and ETH;
3. Anthony Pompliano's podcast has been re-listed by Apple.