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24H News Roundup Nov 10: Germany’s Financial Regulator BaFin Has Launched A Survey Into Crypto Derivatives

17:57 Sunday , November 10th 2019
[Policy]
1.Germany’s financial regulator BaFin has launched a survey into crypto derivatives.
[Cryptocurrency]
2.The McAfeeDex team posted on Twitter on Nov 9 that they delayed the listing of TRON due to a couple of bugs in the system;
3.Founders of High Performance Blockchain are abandoning the project.
[Others]
1.The criminal wing of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that it identified 'dozens' of potential crypto criminals after its meeting with tax officials from other countries;
2.Ethereum co-founder and founder of Consensys, Joseph Lubin, said that he hopes China's Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) will allow for interoperability with public permissionless blockchains, including Ethereum;
3.MU Changchun, head of the Digital Currency Research Institute at the People's Bank of China (PBoC), claimed that it is not appropriate to introduce a global stablecoin until legal, regulatory and risk-control issues are resolved.
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