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  1. However distant it may seem, powerful quantum computers have the potential to ruin cryptocurrency, and developers are already devising solutions.
  2. The crypto revolution may be happening in real time, but that doesn't mean that definitions, while not final, can shape our understanding today.
  3. The co-founder of PayPal says there will be only one online equivalent to gold, and bitcoin, as the 'biggest' cryptocurrency, will triumph.
  4. Stephanie Avakian, a co-director of the U.S. SEC's Enforcement Division, said the agency is investigating "dozens" of ICO campaigns.
  5. A U.S. district court has issued a restraining order against four individuals accused of operating a string of cryptocurrency investment schemes.
  6. Kodak licensed its brand out to WENN Digital for the KODAKCoin token, which could net the onetime photography giant between $2 and $5 million.
  7. A structured note is being issued on the ethereum blockchain, with an identical one settled on a traditional clearing house to test the cost savings.
  8. The Bank of Lithuania has called for developer proposals to kick off its service-based blockchain platform called LBChain.
  9. Congress' 2018 Joint Economic Report includes a chapter on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, advocating for wider understanding of the tech.
  10. Lesser-known cryptocurrencies like Binance Coin and VeChain managed to score gains this week, despite the broader market sell-off.