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  1. After a $40 million Series B, buzzy crypto startup Anchorage is setting up a new subsidiary in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
  2. He can try, argues Noelle Acheson – but the risk he might succeed is outweighed by the benefits of the heightened conversation.
  3. The former head of a ConsenSys-incubated startup filed paperwork to sue the venture studio and its founder, Joe Lubin.
  4. KPMG is piloting a way to handle massive amounts of telecom data prior to the full implementation of 5G service. They're trying blockchain.
  5. R3 has hired software sales pro Cathy Minter as chief revenue officer to grow the user base for its paid DLT product, Corda Enterprise.
  6. Dmitri Vasilev, the former CEO of now-defunct crypto exchange WEX, has reportedly been arrested in Italy.
  7. Someone in South Korea appears to be trying to take advantage of Samsung's blockchain efforts by nabbing the "Samsung Coin" trademark.
  8. A bold maneuver in the dark nets a group of wannabe crypto thieves in Birmingham, U.K., very little.
  9. The Jersey arm of Binance has listed the cryptocurrency exchange's own British pound-backed stablecoin, BGBP.
  10. CoinDesk dives deep into the complex process of reviewing code for the Bitcoin Core software.