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Welcome to our first summary of the week!

In this series of articles we will try to present to you the most important and less important information from the world of cryptocurrencies and general from the world that may be related to digital currencies.

Interesting information from the G20 summit.

They certainly apply to all enthusiasts of digital currencies. The leaders of the 20 countries who met at this year's summit want to keep up with the rapidly developing digital economy. To this end, they came to a common consensus, such as the globalization of the tax for digital currencies. They will be working on it for the next 2 years - the first update is expected in 2019 and the final report in 2020.

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The ceasefire of the "arms" of trade war between the US and China.

Will this have a positive impact on global markets?

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SEC President Jay Clayton on investment funds (ETF) on bitcoin.

He believes, among other things, that the cryptocurrency market is too easily manipulated to be able to talk about investment funds at the moment. ETFs on bitcoin have been a sleepover for many digital currency investors for a long time. How will things go on?

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Fidelity Investments - new services

In the financial world for institutional investors, the giant wants to introduce digital currencies in addition to bitcoin and ethereum from 5 to 7.

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