The week has had good news from around the web. The biggest negative story was the Winklevoss brothers being rejected a second time by the SEC to list its ETF cryptocurrency on a regular exchange. The news did affect the crypto world bringing the top five coins down a few percent. Going into tommorow, Monday, as mentioned last week the typical Sunday drop-off has begun and the trading week comes with no real prediction. Coinbase is showing a profit of €25.32, and I will be depositing my usual amount but later into the week.
The G20 is still confused about the Blockchain and is looking towards government bodies to come up with possible recommendations for regulating the coins. The reports will be on the agenda next April, and further steps will be taken to clarify the Blockchain technologies. Individual countries are pushing forward with their systems, such as the United States and India. England has also started to look at how to implement the Law to protect themselves and the public. China is still leading the way with cryptocurrencies and the Blockchain, with subsidies from the government being dished out to encourage a more liberal attitude to this markets.
The Stella XLM chat for the week shows that the Bears did make a push, however the value at the time of writing was $0.31 and holding its position at number 6.