The firm claims it will be able to identify XMR used for illicit purposes to support criminal investigations.
If the vote passes, the claim will move to a validity committee to approve a possible payout of $340,000.
Formed in 2013, Pantera’s was the first U.S.-based bitcoin fund.
If implemented the declaration would require crypto firms in South Africa to register as a financial services provider.
Call it the CPR for Operation Choke Point.
Cryptocurrency investigation firm Chainalysis expects to raise $100 million in venture capital at a $1 billion valuation as early as next week, the company told Forbes.
MicroStrategy executives are on the hunt for blockchain experts who could help the publicly traded firm build a suite of bitcoin data services.
“We are constantly having to go out and buy Bitcoin,” the Winning Poker Network reports.
Former hedge fund manager Jesse Felder claimed, among other things, that hard forks were “multiplying the number and type of Bitcoins in circulation.”
The new funding allows Mintbase to hire developers and designers to prepare for a testnet launch on NEAR before year’s end.