Blockchain

Twitter scams and other crypto news this week

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On Thursday, Bitcoin Cash, itself a "fork" (or clone) of the original Bitcoin, split into two versions that will go their separate ways, and create their separate sets of headaches for users. But here's what else happened in the industry this week.

Catch up quick: Cryptocurrency scams are thriving on Twitter eight months after it said it was working to eliminate them; two initial coin offering issuers settle Securities and Exchange Commission registration charges; and Nvidia nurses a "crypto hangover" as demand for mining chips evaporates.

ICO guidance and other crypto news this week

Illustration: Rebecca Zisser/Axios

The industry got a big win with Colorado's election of congressman and blockchain tech advocate Jared Polis as its new governor, but that's not all the news this week.

Catch up quick: A Securities and Exchange Commission official says "plain English" guidance on initial coin offerings is coming; Bitfury raised $80 million in new funding; and the SEC could target more token exchanges after EtherDelta.

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