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Daily Crypto News 20 July



Coindesk said the northern coastal city, Tianjin, has released China's first blockchain-based carbon offset certificate. This is achieved with the help of the giant fintech platform AntChain. China's main goal is to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.


Coindesk announces the first documentary movie for Ethereum - "The Infinite Garden", Vitalik Buterin will participate in. Behind the film is the film production company Optimist. The film will include interviews with people, including the CEO of the Ethereum Foundation.


Cointelegraph announces for the proposal by the French government to propose that the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) regulate digital currencies across the European Union. This will include direct supervision of public offers for crypto-assets in the EU and of crypto-assets service providers. This proposal caused a stir and became a topic of discussion around the world.


Coindesk has announced that the port of Buenos Aires, Argentina, is in the process of receiving a technological facelift. With the help of blockchain technology, the speed and efficiency of port processes will increase. The blockchain will support the documentation processes, including delivery information, electronic waybills, declaration of dangerous goods. Blockchain use for maritime processes isn't new. Throughout 2020, multiple port operators  have used this technology.