Bitcoin Price Could Hit $15,000 This Year

Christopher Matta, Goldman Sachs

According to my estimates, the recent tx spam on the ETH network cost up to ~$15m USD

Vitalik Buterin

Cryptocurrency Exchange Binance To Stop Providing Services To Belarus’ Residents

On November, 28th, the users of cryptocurrency exchanges from Belarus got a letter telling that the platform was not going to provide services to them anymore. Binance’s representative confirmed this information.
It is said in the Binance’s message that the exchange wouldn’t be able to provide the services to the citizens of this country in the future and asks them to read the Agreement.
Exchange’s Agreements states that the exchange has a right to change the rules anytime.
«By accessing and using Binance and any of its services, you acknowledge and declare that you are not on any trade or economic sanctions lists, such as the UN Security Council Sanctions list or OFAC. Binance maintains the right to select its markets and jurisdictions to operate and may restrict or deny its services to certain countries. The content of this Agreement shall not be excluded from the laws of the country under which the user belongs. Binance maintains its stance that prohibited users are not to use or access Binance and any of its services», — says Binance’s Terms and User Agreement.
To recap, in the beginning of November, Binance asked Iranian residents to withdraw the funds.