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  1. A conference this week in Canada saw discussion of how securities tokens might offer a path for blockchain products to reach consumers.
  2. It started with CryptoKitties, but it keeps getting weirder. CoinDesk takes you on a wild ride through the world of non-fungible tokens.
  3. Tube8 has partnered up with with the Vice Industry Token (VIT) to pay viewers for interacting with its services.
  4. CBP plans to trial blockchain technology to verify North American Free Trade Agreement and Central American Free Trade Agreement certificates.
  5. Ai Weiwei and Kevin Abosch is looking to blockchain to start a conversation on the value of human life.
  6. A bomb threat was sent on Saturday to Kryptovault, a Norwegian cryptocurrency mining company, for disturbing the peace.
  7. Privacy coin zcash is gearing up for its upcoming "Sapling" hard fork with the first release of compatible network software.
  8. A man has been ordered to pay bail in cryptocurrency while he faces charges of hacking the computer network of a San Francisco game company.
  9. In a patent filing released Thursday, Capital One set out a blockchain system its says allows secure user authentication across multiple platforms.
  10. The technical charts continue to call a rally to $7K despite bitcoin showing signs of exhaustion around $6,500.