“reHash” — Your Weekly Summary of Everything Important in the Crypto World — issue no. 7

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“reHash” — Your Weekly Summary of Everything Important in the Crypto World — issue no. 7

reHash issued for October 30th to November 5th

Another week in crypto overshadowed by the US elections. They seem to want to show the world how controversial the elections can be. What is probably unprecedented - Vitalik and CZ agree on that the cryptographic voting system would help greatly in maintaining professional and trustful elections(source). The election winner is not yet announced during writing this article. Other news (that some people will find hard to believe) include SEC allowing higher amounts of fund collected by startups without having to register and Ethereum 2.0 launch actually having a date. Not to mention that Bitcoin is swiftly approaching the all time highs. Hope you enjoy this week’s reHash!

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. China’s Digital Yuan processed nearly $300 million worth of transactions; Yi Gang, governor of PBOC has confirmed that over 4 million transactions have been carried out, totalling more than 2 billion yuan, the trial has been carried out in four Chinese cities — Shenzhen, Suzhou, Xiong’an and Chengdu; reportedly Huawei Mate 40 smartphone will include a in-built wallet for the digital yuan
    SOURCE: 1, 2, 3, 45
  2. European Central Bank has released a survey regarding the digital Euro; as per Christine Lagarde tweet they are exploring and should be prepared to issue a digital euro; the project could have central bank intermediaries or it could work ...

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