There’s been a lot going on within the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ecosystem lately as both BCH markets and infrastructure developments this week have been quite interesting. Over the last two days, while most cryptocurrencies have seen gains around 1-15 percent, bitcoin cash values spiked over 25 percent yesterday.
India’s central bank has reportedly denied setting up a unit to research cryptocurrency, blockchain and artificial intelligence as the media reported last month. This unit was supposed to research, draft rules, and supervise new emerging technologies.
Bitdb’s Global Database Now Crawls the Entire BCH Transaction Universe
The Reserve Bank of India has filed an affidavit with the country’s supreme court in response to one of the petitions against its crypto banking ban. The central bank reportedly argues that it has acted within its power and that none of the petitioners have shown reasonable grounds for the supreme court to intervene.
Debit Card Issuer Bitnovo Announces Bitcoin Cash Support, as Acceptance Continues to Grow
Bitnovo has launched support for bitcoin cash (BCH). Starting September 27, users of Bitcard and N26 account, both bank-free product offerings from the Spanish cryptocurrency trading platform, will be able to replenish their cards or accounts with BCH. Payments will be supported also.
Colombia Crypto Exchange Asks New President for Banking Help
Alejandro Beltrán of Colombia’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Buda.com, effectively shuttered by banks in the country refusing to do business with it, has written an open letter to the nation’s new president in the hope of winning a reversal. Iván Duque Márquez was elected last month, and has been quoted as embracing new financial technology.
US Regulator Moves to Sanction Plexcoin’s Lacroix and Paradis-Royer
United States Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) is reportedly seeking further sanction against alleged crypto scammers Dominic Lacroix and Sabrina Paradis-Royer of Plexcoin fame. According to Maria Nikolova of Financefeeds, the two continue to defy court orders.