Crypto News Roundup for Jan. 27, 2020

Today's daily podcast features trouble at TRON and an attack on Bitcoin Gold. It's CoinDesk's Crypto News Roundup.

Court Documents Reveal More Possible Investors in Telegram’s $1.7B ICO

Big names that may have invested in Telegram’s token sale are surfacing in court documents as the company fights a case brought by the SEC.

Bitcoin Eyes $8.8K After Largely Erasing Last Week’s Dip

Bitcoin's recent pullback looks to have ended. Now prices could challenge a crucial price hurdle near $8,800.

Bitcoin’s Halving Captures Growing Interest – Among Google Searchers

"Bitcoin halving" searches are surging on Google, according to a report from the Norwegian cryptocurrency analysis firm Arcane Research.

How Coronavirus Outbreak in China Could Weigh on Crypto Prices

The coronavirus outbreak in China could curb flows into crypto assets from investors and dampen the recent rally in the global market, industry pros say.

Former Employees Sue Justin Sun and TRON Foundation, Alleging Workplace Hostilities

Justin Sun and the TRON Foundation's offices are litigating allegations of harassment, assault, and retaliation.

What Are Lightning Wallets Doing to Help Onboard New Users?

Andreas M. Antonopoulos rejoins the crew for a look at advances in Lightning technology making new-user adoption easier at a tangible, but minimal cost.

WEF Launches Global Consortium for Crypto Governance

The WEF is creating a global consortium to develop a governance framework for cryptocurrencies, including stablecoins.

Crypto and the Latency Arms Race: Market Microstructures

Max Boonen, CEO of market maker B2C2, looks at recent trends in crypto market infrastructure.

Davos, CBDCs, and the Rise of Bitcoin Art

The word from Davos is blockchain not crypto, cashless futures, and CBDCs, while Brekkie von Bitcoin gives us his take on the emergent field of bitcoin art.