Bitcoin in Brief Monday: Snatching Blockchain, Tracking Bitcoin (news.bitcoin.com)

No one likes missing the train. Of course, jumping on the wrong one is sure to delay the arrival even more. In today’s Bitcoin in Brief, we cover the latest attempts by big corporations to stay close to the crypto waters without really wetting their feet. Also, do you want to know how Cryptokitties have inspired a new Ebay-like platform for crypto enthusiasts?
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PR: Decentralized Exchange Decoin Launches Its Initial Coin Offering – Profit Sharing by Proof of Stake (news.bitcoin.com)

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Decoin is proud to announce after months of build-up their Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is now officially live!
Decoin is a decentralized coin and trading platform exchange that…

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A British TV star is suing Facebook for defamation over 'scam' bitcoin adverts

But he said scammers are using his reputation to ensnare people into bitcoin and Cloud Trader "get-rich-quick schemes" through fake adverts on Facebook. The ads are fronts for binary trading firms, which he said are a "financially dangerous, near-certain money-loser." A sample of two Facebook ads …
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Travel Booking Site CheapAir Is Switching Bitcoin Payment Processors

"We were recently informed by our processing partner, Coinbase, that they will no longer support 'custodial' solutions for merchants, and are removing a number of the tools and features that we rely on to accept bitcoin from CheapAir.com shoppers," CheapAir wrote. "These changes are scheduled to …
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Nasdaq-Listed Company Xunlei Faces Class-Action for Disguising ICO (news.bitcoin.com)

Nasdaq-listed technology firm Xunlei has become the subject of multiple class-action lawsuits from investors who purchased the company’s digital token, Linktoken. Xunlei is accused of misleading investors to disguise an initial coin offering (ICO) through which Linktoken was distributed.
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