Elon Musk Trolls SEC on Twitter?

Elon Musk, SEC, Twitter

We remind about the sensational tweet of Tesla’s head and founder Elon Musk about privatization of Tesla made so much noise that even the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) paid attention and even accused him of securities fraud.

By the way, this is the publication that cost Elon the position of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company and $40 million. But it seems that this situation had no effect on the billionaire’s social network behavior.

In one of the last tweets, Musk made clear what he really thinks about the SEC:

If you shorten Musk’s Shortseller Enrichment Commission, you will get a veiled word “SEC”, the abbreviated name The United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

The representatives of the regulator said that there was no change of the name and declined to comment.

Also, a Musk’s subscriber noticed that he missed the verb “say” and asked if he needed a SMM specialist. The head of Tesla apologized for the typo, but repeated that “enrichment of the short sellers” is exactly what the Commission does.

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OKEx Adds 4 Stablebcoins To Its Listing

A well-known cryptocurrency exchange OKEx announced the support of four stablecoins on its official Twitter account, namely: TrueUSD, USD // Coin, Gemini Dollar and Paxos Standard Token.

Starting from October 15, the platform users will be able to make deposits with these assets. Bidding will start the next day. Tokens will be traded not only in pairs with BTC, but also with Tether.

We also remind, an Internet giant GMO Internet announced the release of its own stablecoin, which will be backed by yen:

Japanese Internet Giant Launches Its Own Yen-Pegged Stablecoin

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Donald Trump’s Ex-Counsel Became an Advisor of a Blockchain Startup

Trump's assistant became an adviser of a blockchain project

Gary Cohn, a former economic policy advisor of the US President Donald Trump, has become an advisor of the project Spring Labs.

The banker worked at the investment and financial holding Goldman Sachs Group for more than 25 years, he served as a President and Chief Operating Officer. In 2017-2018, he was an assistant of the current President of the United States.

I have been very interested in blockchain technology for a number of years, and Spring Labs is developing a network that could have profound implications for the financial services sector, among others,” said Cohn. “I am excited to actively support the Spring Labs team in the development of this important business and network.”

The other Spring Labs advisors are:

  • the former chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation of the United States (FDIC), Sheila Bair;
  • Nigel Morris, the co-founder and former [resident of Capital One banking holding company;
  • the chief lawyer of the crypto exchange Coinbase, Brian Brooks.

We remind you:

Ex-Counsel of Trump Predicts the Emergence of a New Global Cryptocurrency

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Vitalik Buterin Find the Term “Smart Contracts” Not Quite Appropriate

buterin doesn't like the name of smart contracts

The technology of smart contracts is undoubtedly an essential part of the Ethereum protocol. However, Vitalik Buterin now regrets having chosen such a name for his creation. Buterin believes that his word choice should have been more technical and “boring” in order to display the full potential of the technology.

Such a comment was caused by the statement of a Twitter user which said that the word “contract” sounds way too legal, whereas crypto should stay away from governmental regulation.

Recently, the founder of Ethereum has encountered a lot of criticism regarding the issue of decentralization.

We remind you:

Vitalik Buterin Has Been Attacked By Roubini

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A Group of Investors Bought the Crypto Exchange Bithumb

bithumb was sold

As mentioned in the Korean news media, an association of major Singaporean investors BK Global Consortium is now the rightful owner of one of the largest Korean digital asset exchanges, Bithumb.

One of the Consortium members previously used to own a big amount of company’s shares. He has also invested in multiple blockchain-based projects in Singapore.

In the future, the new management of Bithumb is going to proceed with its plan to launch a decentralized branch and is also considering the creation of their own stablecoin.

We remind you:

Bithumb Is Going to Open Up a Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange

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Cryptocurrency Prices Today, October 15: Cryptocurrencies Are Growing

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, Stellar, IOTA, Dash, Monero: Cryptocurrency prices

According to the Coin360 online platform, Bitcoin (BTC) added 4.21% over the past 24 hours. The price at the time of writing is $6589 per coin.

Cryptocurrencies are in a stable green zone:

Bitcoin Cash added 3.47% over the past 24 hours and costs $462 per coin;

Ripple grew by 6.13% and costs $0.44;

EOS gained 3.55%, and its price is $5.43;

Litecoin increased by 2.15%, and its value is $54;

Cardano added 1.62%, and its cost is $0.074;

Stellar became more expensive by 3.02% and is $0.22 in price;

IOTA added 1.72%, and its cost is $0.58;

Dash gained 2.67%, and its price is $164;

Monero grew by 2.96% and is $105 in value.

Over the past 24 hours, Ethereum added 4.45%. The cost of the coin is $209.

The total market capitalization is $211 billion. Bitcoin accounts for 54.2% of the total. In monetary terms, it is $114 billion.

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