Microsoft’s decentralized identifiers: Tech giant wants people to control all aspects of their identity, claims Daniel Buchner

With non-financial giants making headlines for joining the crypto-race, numerous enthusiasts remain unsure about what is motivating such decisions. To uncover the secret behind one such development, WhatBitcoinDid podcast host Peter McCormack, interviewed Microsoft’s Daniel Buchner to understand why Microsoft was building decentralized IDs on the Bitcoin blockchain.
While the interview started with Buchner speaking about his involvement in the crypto-space, he expanded on Microsoft’s cultural shift in working with opensource projects, unlike in the 90s. He also connected the cultural shift with Microsoft’s recent announcement related to the launch of their decentralized identity program, which would use the Bitcoin blockchain to create user identifiers. He said,
“We want to make it possible for people to own all aspects of their identity and control it. It’s something that we just don’t have today, that we’ve lost really on the web.”
Buchner further explained how the resultant technology would enable users to create DIDs [decentralized identifiers], which would not be under centralized control like existing email IDs. The DIDs are intended to work as a unique identifier for every user to gain access to any online service, based on trust. He also claimed that Microsoft would build the entire DID-powered ecosystem by partnering with other companies. He added,
“We (Microsoft) are not trying to win, we’re just trying to make sure that it exists.”
When asked about disrupting the existing market which thrives on selling user data, Buchner clarified that such businesses could still earn revenue by being more upfront and slightly different in their approach while collecting user data. He also cited a terrible user experience when he tried removing data from Google’s services.
Along the same lines, Facebook has also announced its plans to place “higher focus on privacy”. Buchner concluded the topic by saying,
“It (privacy) needs to be led by a company like Microsoft. So we’re definitely going to put tools in users’ hands that make this easier.”
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ABN AMRO backs out of crypto-race; ditches Bitcoin wallet project

Cryptocurrencies have gained tremendous traction and adoption in mainstream culture, with non-financial companies joining the digital race recently. While companies such as Nike and Microsoft have amped up their crypto-investments, some other major financial institutions are moving away from the underlying technology. In fact, an executive of the Bank of America recently stated that BoA did not see any immediate use-cases for the technology.
In a similar development, ABN AMRO, a multinational banking institution based in The Netherlands, has canceled its plans to launch its own crypto wallet. The information was brought to light by a Twitter user, @CoinNessCom. The tweet read,
“Dutch Bank ABN AMRO Ditches Its Bitcoin Wallet”
While ABN AMRO was previously reported to be testing a cryptocurrency wallet named  ‘Wallie,’ the latest news suggested that the bank was still apprehensive about offering its customers access to virtual currencies. This was confirmed by Jarco de Swart, ABN AMRO’s Senior Press Officer, in an email that stated that the bank had “decided not to follow up on the Wallie inquiry”.
Although several experts speculate that the bank might reintroduce cryptocurrency in the near future, ABN AMRO’s official website clearly mentioned that “at ABN AMRO you cannot invest in bitcoins or other cryptocurrencies” and “ABN AMRO does not support or approve cryptocurrencies”.
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Ripple: Cryptocurrencies can reduce friction in global commerce, claims CEO Brad Garlinghouse

Given the constant disregard for cryptocurrency and blockchain by financial institutions, prominent crypto-leaders have personally been preaching the technology for furthering global adoption. One such figure is Ripple’s CEO, Brad Garlinghouse.
Ripple’s Garlinghouse has always made an effort to minimize the common man’s speculation around tokens. Recently, he made headlines for sharing similar views on Recode Decode, where he said,
“You went from illicit activity to speculation, and today you’re going from speculation to utility.”
While exhibiting his support for cryptocurrency adoption, Garlinghouse made it clear to viewers that he did not expect banks and governments to “be obliterated by the new technology”. He also shared his vision for the future, stating that the system can be changed only by working with the system.
The Vox interview also touched upon Garlinghouse’s claim that crypto-adoption would result in the direct reduction of friction in global markets. He said,
“These are profound technologies that can really benefit society in lots of ways. We can reduce the friction of global commerce, we can allow people globally more access to the economies around the world to compete. I think that’s actually a really good thing.”
He further argued that different currencies, including fiat and crypto, could find specialized use-cases for different things. Along the same lines, he also supported Bitcoin [BTC] investments alongside developments in the XRP ecosystem, as he believed that both work best owing to their unique use-cases. The interview finally ended with Garlinghouse mentioning this on a cautious note:
“Focus on the substance, not the hype. It’s going to impact lots of parts of lots of industries in the same way the internet impacted lots of industries.”
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Crypto is replacing the US Dollar and no one seems to be noticing, claims prominent investor Robert Kiyosaki

With government bodies discarding cryptocurrencies and the private sector accelerating its foray into the cryptoverse, the general public is yet to take sides. In fact, several crypto-proponents have started to reach out to investors for their endorsement on the industry. A recent tweet shared by @Ta_Giggs has been gaining traction for all the right reasons.
The tweet highlighted the interest of a major American tycoon, in the world of cryptocurrencies. The tweet read,
“Even big investment tycoons like @theRealKiyosaki speaks of cryptocurrency, don’t be left out on crypto investment.”
What caught the attention of crypto-enthusiasts however, were the screenshots attached to the tweet. The screenshots highlighted Robert Kiyosaki’s personal opinion on the inevitable rise of cryptocurrency.
Source: @Ta_Giggs
Kiyosaki’s email specifically stated that ‘Crypto is the future,’ followed by a warning to the recipient. The warning read,
“You can either get left behind or prepare to become MEGA wealthy.”
He further wrote that the elimination of a middleman will help the world monetary system reduce dependence on the bond market. The email also expanded on the ‘freedom’ aspect of cryptos, while discounting reliance on traditional Wall Street or NASDAQ exchanges. The email also touched upon the rise of a “new way of raising capital through ICOs.”
Kiyosaki also asked the sender to note how “many international banks have stopped sending digital dollars and have started sending crypto transfers instead.” Contrary to Warren Buffet’s opinion on cryptocurrencies, he added that the US Dollar is already being replaced, without anyone noticing.
Source: @Ta_Giggs
And while it’s not clear as to who the recipient was or what the overarching intention behind the email was, screenshots of the same are quickly gaining attention on Twitter. It should be noted, however, that Kiyosaki hasn’t come out publicly in favor of cryptocurrencies yet, neither has he commented on the screenshots that have been shared on social media nor has he confirmed the authenticity of the same.
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Bitcoin [BTC]: Any reorg can potentially undo the foundational features of Bitcoin, claims Adam Back

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao’s consideration of an ‘urgent reorg’ as a measure for damage control divided the Twitter community. With most supporters despising CZ’s decision, Peter McCormack discussed the probable outcome on the crypto-ecosystem with Adam Back (Blockstream) and Bryan Bishop (Bitcoin Core Developer), if such a block reorg were to happen in the future.
The interview questioned CZ’s intent behind the block re-org for returning the stolen funds, with Back explaining the technical complications that can compromise exchanges. He further clarified that any type of “reorg can potentially undo the foundational features of Bitcoin like censorship resistance and unfreezability.”
Back added,
“It’s a mockery to electronic cash systems. It loses interesting properties that are baked into the way people use it [BTC] in exchanges.”
Supporting Back’s statement, Bishop shared that few exchanges cannot undergo a reorg as it will require a wholesale replacement of expensive mining equipment. He also explained how this ‘limitation’ helps business leaders like CZ to avoid such decisions during ‘panic mode.’ He backed his explanation by saying,
“If you want to reassemble 51% of the network, you have to coordinate with more people and all these power users are far less likely to follow the expediency of the day.”
Back also highlighted Greg Maxwell’s idea of introducing smart contracts and immutable hardware configurations as a way to prevent GPU-based miners to change/bend the rules. When McCormack stressed on miner’s capability to perform a reorg, Bishop stated that “it will kill the network.” He clarified,
“The existence of alternative blockchains that use the same proof of work function is actually a bad thing because that actually splits up the hash rate onto multiple networks and it lowers the cost of forging an alternate history.”
While CZ was quick to put out the reorg fire with a followup tweet, the crypto ecosystem is yet to find closure after the 7000 BTC hack.
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Cardano intends to be a financial operating system for people who don’t have one, says Charles Hoskinson

While most crypto enthusiasts are focused on Bitcoin’s [BTC] epic comeback, the other half of the cryptoverse has shifted its interests to the technology side of it. The recent Cardano-Polymath partnership announced at the “Consensus 2019,” created a mix of buzz and commotion, in terms of the duo’s roadmap. In order to clear out the resultant confusion, Charles Hoskinson, Co-founder of Ethereum and Founder of Cardano, conducted a livestream on YouTube, explaining the intent behind the collaboration.
The video started with Hoskinson explaining Polymath’s involvement in conducting “over 120 security token offerings on Ethereum network,” and how its growth has been crippled due to existing compliance issues. He also supported the Cardano-Polymath partnership by saying,
“I firmly believe we’re going to need different standards and ecosystems. Cardano intends to be a financial operating system for people who don’t have one.”
Additionally, Hoskinson explained his belief in changing existing standards, including decentralized identifiers, and standards for metadata and interoperability. While the crypto-veteran explained his version of changes that are to be implemented by the world, he added,
“(As a result,) Certain marketplaces will probably be either black listed or less popular with, but it’s the moral and right thing to do. It’s just important for the consumer to be informed that when they hold an asset and have total control over it.”
The livestream also focused on Cardano’s partnership with Atala, which is currently running a pilot program with the pre-discussed framework. With respect to this particular partnership, Cardano’s primary role is to act as an auditor/issuer and maintain transparency and control for users. Finally, Hoskinson concluded the video by announcing his excitement at being part of a group that is “making new standards for the blockchain space and for the next generation of finance.”
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XRP surges by 5.7% in an hour after BTC pumps and Bakkt announces Bitcoin Futures launch date

The crypto-ecosystem regained its momentum following Bitcoin’s [BTC] stellar performance in bringing the market back form the dead. After weeks of sideways movement, XRP has finally come to the bull party, recording a growth of almost 6% over an hour.
XRP’s first gains in this cycle were registered on 10 May, when it traded at $0.29 after BTC breached the $7000 mark. BTC’s market confidence later helped the 3rd largest crypto to take its value up to $0.32, an increase of 10.34% in 3 days.
Coming as a surprise to XRP investors and the entire cryptoverse, the altcoin further recorded a surge of almost 6% within an hour, increasing the coin’s market cap from $13.6 billion to $16.1 billion, at press time.
While some industry experts believe XRP’s comeback to be an immediate effect of a BTC friendly market, others  speculate it to be an effect of Bakkt’s announcement to launch Bitcoin [BTC] futures.
Source: TradingView
Along with XRP, numerous other altcoins such as Ethereum [ETH] and Stellar Lumens [XLM], also rode the bullish wave as several coins maintained a steady trajectory towards value recovery. With BTC briefly breaching the $8000 mark, before falling again, crypto-enthusiasts are expecting many more price surges in the near future.
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Litecoin [LTC] transaction fees fall by a factor of 10 after the launch of Litecoin Core v0.17.1

Litecoin [LTC] has been creating headlines for being one of the best performing altcoins in 2019. While the community has praised the comeback of the “bitcoin spinoff,” LTC made headlines again after the launch of Litecoin Core v0.17.1. A blog post highlighted that the update was focused on “user interface changes, a new wallet format, extended privacy features, and a significant network fee policy change.”
The new network fee policy is focused on reducing the minimum transaction cost by a factor of 10, reducing the transaction cost from 0.001 LTC/kb to 0.0001 LTC/kb. While Charlie Lee’s coin hasn’t been able to dominate the market, several experts have speculated that this development will allow LTC to capture a greater market share, as well as go on a wider adoption spree. Litecoin thus expects traders to be more willing to invest in LTC, especially when compared to bitcoin forks like Bitcoin Cash [BCH] and Bitcoin SV [BSV].
Adrian Gallagher, a prominent Litecoin Core developer, supported the decision by saying,
“The rationale was that the team and I decided that we wanted to make transaction fees cheaper for everyday use. Miners will still earn coins from the block reward, despite a reduction in the fees they collect. There always needs to be a balancing of fees, otherwise the network is at risk of getting spammed. At the same time, we also want to make it cheap enough so users don’t pay anything excessive for regular transactions or for participation in the Lightning Network. We hope to spur more adoption as time goes by.”
Further, the LTC ecosystem is also anticipating a halving in August 2019, a halving which will decrease the mining reward from 25 to 12.5 coins. The halving is expected to increase the coin’s trading value.
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Zebpay’s Ajeet Khurana dismisses talk of India banning cryptocurrencies

India has been making headlines recently after the world’s largest democracy announced the formation of a committee for pursuing the “Banning of Cryptocurrencies and Regulation of Official Digital Currencies Bill 2019.”
While the Indian crypto community raised several concerns, the dismissal of the community’s plea gave birth to an uncertain future for cryptocurrencies in India. This debate was initially sparked in the mid-2018 when the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) released a statement directing all financial entities to “stop dealing with individuals and businesses dabbling in virtual currencies.” Subsequently, Zebpay, India’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange was forced out of the country.
In a recent interaction with Mickey Media, Zebpay CEO Ajeet Khurana insisted that the ban was hyped by the media. He said,
“I have talked to all of the top stakeholders in the Ministry of Finance, the central bank, the securities regulator and despite them having a certain amount misgiving around crypto I have never heard them talk of banning it.”
Lending credibility to his comments, Khurana added that the people responsible for placing a ban on cryptocurrencies “have never said they will ban it.” In the interview, the popular Indian crypto influencer also conceded that pulling Zebpay operations out of India was “one of the worst decisions he’s ever been forced to make.”
Like Khurana, other players in India have also proposed their support for a cryptocurrency regime in the country. WazirX’s Nischal Shetty is one of them. Shetty was in the news recently after he shared the #IndiaWantsCrypto campaign on Twitter. Shetty had this to say about the status of cryptocurrencies in India,
“Other countries try to understand crypto but we have banking ban without research.”
While an official ban on cryptocurrencies has not yet been implemented, the Indian community continues to remain optimistic about the government’s final decision.
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Andreas Antonopoulos says transaction fees help crypto-market release well-funded, well-developed wallets on time

While the market and crypto-users suffer the most following misinformation campaigns on the Internet, Andreas Antonopoulos, Bitcoin advocate and expert, has been clearing clouds of confusion about the subject through various self-published podcasts and videos.
Antonopoulos recently conducted a MOOC [Massive Open Online Course] session, which detailed the alternative uses of the blockchain technology and touched upon popular alternative cryptocurrencies and their functionalities.
In a Q&A session that followed the online seminar, Antonopoulos gave his take on questions posted by one of the viewers (Mario),
“Have you heard about a new proposal to impose ‘gas fees’ on wallet transactions to fund developers? What is this about?”
In response, Antonopoulos highlighted that Vitalik Buterin was the first to propose this fee for the Ethereum community “to have a common practice, not a rule, to impose a slight voluntary fee on every transaction that funds developers”. On similar grounds, some wallets are now giving users the option to “make a donation or add a small fee that goes to the wallet developers”, he explained.
Antonopoulos added that one of the main problems in the crypto ecosystem was ‘underfunded wallets’ which were typically available for free and primarily rely on advertisements and add-on services. Antonopoulos concluded by stating that the transaction fees will help the crypto market release wallets that are well-funded and well-developed.
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Ethereum [ETH] and Tron [TRX] Price Analysis: Coins struggle to recover despite some bullish activity

Though Bitcoin [BTC] helped the crypto-world regain its valuation, not all players in the altcoin universe were recovering at the same pace. Ethereum [ETH] led this comeback as the strongest altcoin, while maintaining the highest ROI of 5,581.56%. On the other hand, Justin Sun’s Tron [TRX] has been steadily losing its market capitalization and was trading at 11th on CoinMarketCap, at press time.
Ethereum [ETH] 1-Day
Source: TradingView
The 1-day chart for Ethereum [ETH] shows the value of the biggest altcoin maintaining a sideways trend. Although the crypto-coin retained its growth trajectory in mid-December 2019, it displayed a bearish market for the past month due to increased selling pressure from investors.
With no prominent resistance to break, ETH was positioned well to release the bulls back into the market. ETH fell by 1.98% over 24-hours and was valued at $168.30, at press time. Additionally, ETH had a 24-hour trading volume of $5.7 billion and a market cap of $17 billion.
Relative Strength Index: The RSI indicator maintained a comfortable position above 50, suggesting no immediate selling or buying pressure dominance.
Klinger Oscillator: The KO plotted a bearish course for the altcoin.
Parabolic SAR: The dotted markers were aligned below the candlesticks, indicating a bullish market for the altcoin.
Tron [TRX] 1-Day
Source: TradingView
Tron suffered a loss of 1.39%, bringing down its value to $0.023, at press time. TRX held a market cap of $1.5 billion with a trading volume of $66 million.
TRX held strong resistance at $0.027 and support at $0.022, for the third consecutive month.
Chaikin Money Flow: The CMF plot was below zero, suggesting that the market was dominated by sellers and that money was flowing out of the market.
Awesome Oscillator: The green spikes in the histogram suggested that the TRX market was gaining momentum.
MACD: The MACD line was crawling below the signal line, suggesting a bearish market for TRX.
The aforementioned charts showed that Ethereum [ETH] and Tron [TRX] were struggling to follow BTC’s steps and regain some bullish momentum.
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Chancellor of British High Court, Sir Geoffrey Vos urges legal community to clearly define and identify crypto-assets

The Chancellor of the British High Court, Sir Geoffrey Vos, made headlines after he discussed the possibility of recognizing ‘crypto-assets as property,’ within the current stature of the law. The lecture was held in Liverpool and focused on finding ways to improve people’s confidence in smart legal contracts.
Sir Geoffrey began his speech by addressing the absence of “an end-to-end smart legal contract in financial services or in any other sector.” He attributed this problem to the lack of trust among mainstream investors due to the “legal uncertainty that pervades the use of so-called cryptocurrencies and cryptoassets.”
Additionally, Sir Geoffrey read out current definitions of ‘property,’ ‘asset,’ and ‘contract’ to point out the legalities surrounding the terms, according to the English law. Following the argument, he explained,
“First, there needs to be an identification of whether cryptoassets are, or are not, property under English law. If they are not, a quick and simple legislative approach needs to be considered.”
As the lecture concluded, Sir Geoffrey called out lawyers and the legal system to “put forward a persuasive case
that highlights the economic benefits and boost the confidence of the investors.”
Additionally, he addressed the people within English law to urgently establish a foundation as trillions of smart legal contracts are expected annually.
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‘Craig is Satoshi,’ says Money Button’s Ryan X Charles as he ‘validates’ 8 of Wright’s 17 degrees

Lately, the bearish crypto market has been dominated by controversies involving Craig Wright. This was recently reignited by Ryan Charles, a prominent voice in the crypto community. Charles, the CEO of Money Button, uploaded a video on his YouTube channel to back up a recent tweet that said,
“Craig Wright has 17 degrees and he’s getting two more PhDs right now, simultaneously, while working a full-time job. He is the most serious life-long learner and scientist I have ever heard of in my life. Inspiring.”
Charles’ latest YouTube video was a response to the negative comments to his aforementioned tweet, primarily to “clear out the misinformation” about Craig Wright. In the video, Charles said that he validated eight of Wright’s 17 degrees and also presented his method of finding (Googling) one of Wright’s PhD thesis.
He also said that he believed Wright to be “the real Satoshi Nakamoto” based on the proofs available online and his personal interaction with Wright. Charles supported this claim based on Wright’s knowledge of Bitcoin. He said,
“He has explained many things that no one had any explanation for. I’m very convinced that he (Wright) is Satoshi Nakamoto.”
While the self-recorded video’s central premise was supporting Wright’s Satoshi claims, Charles also took a jibe at ongoing token scams, while questioning Binance’s legality in the US. He asked the viewers,
“How come Binance is not doing KYC/AML stuff that the regulated exchanges in the U.S. do? They are breaking the law!”
Additionally, he labeled the people that refuse Wright’s claims as “liars”.
Following further discussion about how the Internet fueled the hate for the controversial self-proclaimed Bitcoin creator, Charles’ video ended by warning ‘haters’ about Wright’s intent to sue for defamation. While the video caught the attention of the crypto-enthusiasts, no official comment has been made by any prominent players by press time.
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Europe marks new milestone in crypto race; embraces crypto-based debit card

The crypto space is seeing exciting developments, with governments opening doors to new fintech initiatives. Amidst all these latest developments, Europe recently allowed its citizens to publicly use a crypto-based debit card. The announcement went viral after a Reddit post from u/n4bb said,
“A new crypto debit card makes its debut in Europe”
The “crypto-card” was introduced by online crypto exchange, Jubiter. The exchange claims that the card can be used “anywhere in the world.” Presently, Jubiter’s card will support only Bitcoin [BTC] and Litecoin [LTC] transactions.
The company also announced a low maintenance fee of €1.80 (~$2) per month, and a reload fee of €1.00 ($1.12) for its users. In addition to its new debit card offering, Jubiter also allows users to buy Bitcoins via its official website.
The company’s crypto cards are currently available across most European nations and the website echoes Jubiter’s vision to “offer the cards in countries around the world,” in the future. While several EU-based companies have attempted and failed in this venture in the past, Jubiter believes the ability to use the card through any payment gateway will play a crucial role in its survival.
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Ripple partners with Ria Financial Services to “pump up” cross border trading

Ripple has dominated the cryptospace owing to its numerous collaborations, with the latest announcement being its participation in the Saudi British Bank’s (SABB) initiative for Instant Cross-Border Payment Service. At the recent Euronet conference call, Michael J. Brown, Chairman, CEO and President, announced to the world, yet another partnership that will excite the Ripple ecosystem. The partnership is between Ria Financial Services and Ripple.
The collaboration between the two companies is aimed at increasing the physical and digital footprint of Ripple, while allowing Ria’s customers to “connect and transact with Ripple’s network of more than 200 financial institutions worldwide.”
The information was first brought to light by Twitter user, @ANT159694954, who quoted a statement made by Brown,
“We signed an agreement with Ripple that gives a Ripple access to Ria’s global physical and digital footprint, also allowing Ria’s customers to connect and transact with Ripple’s network which includes more than 200 financial institutions worldwide”
Several users on Twitter  received this news with great enthusiasm. @EasycareLndscpe replied to the post, saying,
“THIS IS HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HERE WE GO!”
While the Euronet C-suite disclosed no further information regarding the tie-up, Brown openly invited similar players in the market to join them in order to “gain mutual benefit and improve margins.”
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