Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news:
Bitcoin is up 2% $5,142
XRP is up 1.5% at 35 cents
and Ethereum up 2.5% at $166
G20 member countries will meet to discuss international cryptocurrency AML regulation this June.
Vitalik Buterin and a group of bipartisan lawmakers urged the South Korean government to deregulate the blockchain industry.
Ripple co-founder Chris Larsen announced at a San Francisco State University event that the company would donate $25 Million dollars in XRP.
CME group has reported an all-time high Bitcoin Futures trading volume on april 4, 2019.
- G20 to Establish Crypto AML and Counter-Terrorism Financing Regulations in June: Report
- Ripple Co-Founder Donates $25 Million in XRP to California University
- Vitalik Buterin Urges South Korea to Deregulate Blockchain, Embrace Crypto
- CMEGroup on Twitter: "CME Bitcoin futures had a record trading day on April 4, hitting an all-time high volume of over 22.5K contracts (112.7K equivalent bitcoin), surpassing previous record of over 18.3K (64.3K equivalent bitcoin) on February 19. More #Bitcoin futures. $BTC_F https://t.co/kWYK203apA… https://t.co/RWyKO54RHF"