Even though crypto and blockchain are legal activities in The Netherlands, most Dutch banks clamp down on these activities for reasons unclear.
I was invited by the BNR Nieuwsradio Cryptocast to talk about this concerning issue. Later the daily national financial newspaper ‘Financieel Dagblad’ ran an article on the very same subject.
Dutch banks block customers that have a blockchain business or are blockchain consultants. ‘To much hassle to figure out if there is money laundring.’ pic.twitter.com/BSkqXhlMfj— Jan Nieuwenhuijs (@JanGold_) August 23, 2019
I had a good time @CryptocastNL with my friends from @syscoin @Worsdorfer & @bitcoin_meester talking about the problems between #banks and #blockchain #entrepreneurs in #NL. Thank you @Misssbitcoin & @hmblank for hosting! pic.twitter.com/M0633fxLDU— Bart van Maarseveen (@bvanmaarseveen) August 22, 2019
A digital currency “could dampen the domineering influence of the US dollar on global trade”, Carney said in a speech at the gathering of central bankers from around the world in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
It only took 10 years for central bankers to go from unaware of digital currencies to calling for one as the global reserve currency.— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) August 24, 2019
This is moving much faster than almost anyone expected 🙏🏽
CCN posted an article about this embedding my tweet:
Also read this article in Bitcoin Magazine: https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/miniscript-how-blockstream-engineers-are-making-bitcoin-programming-easyer
Fortunately a white hat hacker. This is a great reminder for all corporate twitter accounts to be secure. This can lead to successful fishing attacks.
An attack in which scammers attempt to break the privacy.
Litecoin halving from 25 to 12,5 LTC as block reward for miners.