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    change of this magnitude is hard and requires courage + it will be a long journey. For Libra to succeed it needs committed members, and while I have no knowledge of specific organizations plans to not step up, commitment to the mission is more important than anything else;“We’re very calmly, and confidently working through the legitimate concerns that Libra has raised by bringing conversations about the value of digital currencies to the forefront,” he wrote, adding:

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    ZP Legal, a Russian law firm, claims it can recover up to 200,000 BTC from unnamed Russian nationals related to BTC-e and that it has already located some of the missing coins. Still, the creditors are hardly unified in wanting to work with ZP Legal, which wants a cut of the recovered BTC in return for its services. Kobayashi has yet to say if he wants to work with ZP on the “Russian recoveryDuring a public meeting with the creditors Tuesday, the trustee remained non-committal, noting only that his team was contacted by ZP Legal and had requested further information about its offer. ZP’s head Alexander Zheleznikov declined to comment for this article.

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    The meeting did reveal that two large claimants for Mt. Gox’s remaining funds – Mt. Gox’s parent company Tibanne Co. (led by the exchange’s former CEO Mark Karpeles) and Mt. Gox’s unsuccessful U.S. partner, CoinLab – have litigated claims previously denied by the trustee.Tibanne asked for 82,507.7 BTC and $3.5 million (386 million Japanese yen) while CoinLab requested $15.7 billion (1,690 billion Japanese yen). The trustee approved the basis of the claims, but disputed the amounts demanded. The court hearing the case approved the trustee’s assessment, and Tibanne has filed an appeal in the higher court, according to the trustee.

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    The Sia settlement comes just a day after the announcement of Block.One’s $24 million settlement with the SEC for the EOS maker’s $4.1 billion securities sale.As part of the Nebulous settlement, the company will not be required to register the Siacoin utility token as a security. Siacoins are used in the Sia ecosystem to buy and sell cloud storage space and pay revenues to Siafund investors.

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    Two days after this announcement, the company began selling Sianotes that would be convertible to stock upon launch of the Sia network. The offering took place through, three months before the ethereum offering, with approximately 1,250 notes sold at an average price of $96.According to the SEC, “Sianotes and, as contemplated, Siastock were securities.” The company failed to register the offering and never “took steps” to confirm Sianote buyers were qualified investors.

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    The conversion began in April 2015, and by June the company exchanged approximately 1,189 Sianotes, held by approximately 46 investors, for Siafunds. According to the SEC, 61 notes went unaccounted for because Nebulous “did not know who owned them.”“We are thrilled with the technical performance of our platform,” Hedera Hashgraph wrote in an amendment that was shared in the network’s Telegram channel on Monday. “We also believe that there may be an opportunity to make improvements to Hedera’s coin model.”

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