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Lancashire Cricket Will Empower UK's First Blockchain Portable Tickets?

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The U.K.’s Lancashire Cricket Club is now selling tickets for all domestic and international fixtures at Emirates Old Trafford, in through a blockchain-based platform, according to the Ticketing Business.

Teaming up with blockchain mobile ticketing platform TIXnGO, the move follows “a successful trial of the technology during the season,” Cointelegraph said.

Meanwhile, lawmakers from Japan’s ruling party are pondering what it could mean to come up with its own electronic money. A party member said the thinking could be an “alarm” regarding Tokyo’s thoughts concerning ’s Libra, Reuters said.

Australia is pushing ahead with a cryptocurrency exchange in Singapore, according to the Independent Reserve. Adrian Przelozny, chief executive officer CEO and founder of the Sydney-based exchange, said he and his team “felt the time was right to make this move.” Przelozny referenced “a number of positive moves by Singaporean regulators” as part of his reasoning.

The Independent Reserve claims it has more than, customers and, self-managed super funds SMSFs, a private superannuation fund operated by its members, and regulated by Australian law.

Following a number of positive moves by Singaporean regulators, including the introduction of the Payments Services Act by the Monetary city of Singapore (MAS), it was confident in making this move.

“Having worked closely with Australian regulators, and as the only Australian exchange to have insurance on crypto assets, the response we have received so far from the Singapore market has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Przelozny.

AT&T says a lawsuit over millions of crypto hack fails, show how the U.S. telecom giant was responsible, according to the CoinDesk report. 

In Jan. filing stating that the case should be dismissed, AT&T indicates that Seth Shapiro’s allegation has a “fundamental problem” because it “jumps” from hackers gaining his phone number, to the withdrawal of millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency.