1. The Samsung Blockchain Software Development Toolkit SDK supports Bitcoin, which will allow users to use Bitcoin in applications through secure storage hardware on devices supported by the company.
2. XRP investors have filed a new lawsuit against Ripple, which proves that Ripple illegally sells unregistered securities based on the relevant content of the Digital Asset Framework proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States. Ripple will submit a response by mid-September.
3. TradeBlock, a data research institute, published an article saying that in the past year, the risk-adjusted returns of Bitcoin surpassed the gold and S&P 500 indices.
4. Yaz Khoury, director of ETC Cooperate, agreed to change the name of ETC. On Twitter, he said that I had always advocated changing the name of ETC tokens. If we start calling tokens themselves something else, the network name will change accordingly. It is reported that further discussions on ETC naming may take place at the Vancouver ETC Summit from October 3 to 4.
5. Security personnel submit the vulnerability of Bitstamp, which can be used by attackers to view a large number of user ID, bank card and other sensitive information, seriously threatening user information security.