“reHash” — Your Weekly Summary of Everything Important in the Crypto World — issue no. 6

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“reHash” — Your Weekly Summary of Everything Important in the Crypto World — issue no. 6

reHash issued for October 23rd to October 29th 2020

Halloween reHash, so it is green and spooky. At least the picture above is scary and spooky. This time a bit more about banks and CBDC’s, at least 197 IQ hackers taking advantage of presidential campaign website, Google antitrust lawsuit and much more! Hope the green and spooky image above does not scare you away and that you enjoy this week’s issue (how many times saying ‘green and spooky’ is too many times?).

reHash is not intended to be original journalism. It is intended to be brief summary of significant articles and events from the past week with links to the original sources. Sources will always be linked and credited. If you know any good newsletters or Twitter accounts which provide news we have been missing, please mention them in the comments!


  1. Societe Generale — Forge, a subsidiary to Societe Generale, has chosen ConsenSys to help them withCBDC bringing“technology and expertise”
    SOURCE: 1, 23
  2. KPMG LLP and Coin Metrics enter a strategic alliance to “deliver trusted data & insights, proprietary analytics and cryptoasset services to support growth in institutional adoption of cryptoassets and public blockchains”; KPMG is one of the “Big Four” accounting firms
    SOURCE: 1, 2, 34
  3. IT subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation — Toyota Systems is collaborating with DeCurrent, a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, to develop a digital currency; the pilot will include 2,500 employees in Toyota Systems and payments of “welfare payouts”
    SOURCE: 1, 2, 34
  4. A British fintech company Cashaa has partnered with India’s United Multistate Credit Cooperative Society; the partnership aims to bring crypto products to 22 physical branches in India; the UNICAS launch is slated for ...

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