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Bitcoin price witnessed a sharp dip into the $14,000s over the weekend, followed by another recovery into pre-weekend prices to kick off the week.
Top-20 altcoins have stabilized, with most coins seeing a small gain over the last 24 hours. Ethereum has risen 3%, while Bitcoin Cash and Chainlink gain 5% each. XRP has remained unchanged over the last day of trading.
Top Stories for November 9, 2020
The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is seeking a legal counsel with expertise in blockchain, according to a public job listing.
The job description says the successful applicant will provide advice and assistance with legal issues arising from new digital technology.
Blockchain, smart contracts, utility settlement coins and more are all specifically mentioned in the listing.
The Canadian Revenue Agency is attempting to force a handover of customer information from cryptocurrency exchange Coinsquare, via a court request.
The agency is demanding records from as far back as 2013, in an effort to verify whether Coinsquare users have complied with tax reporting obligations.
Cred, a U.S.-based cryptocurrency lending service, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, listing its assets at $50-$100 million and liabilities between $100-$500 million.
Cred suspended fund inflows and outflows on its platform toward the end of last month citing working with authorities in an investigation, however customers have since been left in the dark.
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