Month

April 2018

Researchers Chart BTC holding Periods Called ‘Hodl Waves’

This week Dhruv Bansal the co-founder of Unchained Capital, a cryptocurrency based financial services lending firm released a research study called ‘Bitcoin Data Science: Hodl Waves’ part one. Bansal and his team analyzed the BTC network’s ledger of Unspent Transaction… Continue Reading →

PR: AI – Based Bibox Digital Asset Exchange Platform Hits 50,000 Active Users per Day in Five Months

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin in Brief Thursday: ICO Scares Investors with Ghost Prank

Today we’ve simply given-in to no nutritional value, guilty pleasure, lowest common denominator: bitcoin-related crime news. Start your day with laughs and head scratching, as we examine the purported Savedroid ICO exit scam, an international bitcoin heist escape, the fury… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin in Brief Thursday: Another ICO Ghosts with $50 Million – Sends Thanx from Beer Beach

Today we’ve simply given-in to no nutritional value, guilty pleasure, lowest common denominator: bitcoin-related crime news. Start your day with laughs and head scratching, as we examine the Savedroid ICO exit scam, an international bitcoin heist escape, the fury of… Continue Reading →

The Competition to Attract Fintech Companies Continues, EU Undercuts UK with Passporting

The year 2017 can as well be called the “Year of Fintech”, thanks to the development in the fintech sector driven by blockchain infrastructure and smart contract applications. With the traditional banking and financial institutions across the world increasingly expressing… Continue Reading →

Majority of US States Have Taken a Stance on Bitcoin and Blockchain

Most US states have adopted some regulatory stance in regards to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and the blockchain technologies behind them, according to a report by the Brookings Institution. The study classifies jurisdictions according to their attitude towards digital currencies and… Continue Reading →

Majority of US States Has Taken a Stance on Bitcoin and Blockchain

Most US states have adopted some regulatory stance in regards to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and the blockchain technologies behind them, according to a report by the Brookings Institution. The study classifies jurisdictions according to their attitude towards digital currencies and… Continue Reading →

The Art of Sedition: Promote Peace and Win Bitcoin Cash

100 years ago a wartime censorship act passed in the U.S. Congress called the Espionage and Sedition Acts of 1918. At the time censorship and propaganda tactics were applied to anyone who cast negative attention on war, and Americans could… Continue Reading →

Indian Exchange Takes Central Bank to Court Over Bank Ban

The Indian bitcoin community keeps fighting for their rights to operate freely in the country like any other industry. The latest show of defiance is a petition to the court against the actions of the Reserve Bank of India by… Continue Reading →

L.A. Company Introduces a Unique Way of Preserving the Oceans: Mine Them For Bitcoins

FF Los Angeles, an advertising firm, has designed an innovative bitcoin ‘Ocean Miner’ for the Tara Expéditions Foundation. Lack Of Funding Prompts Bitcoin Mining According to statistics, only a petty three percent of donations are made to charities which work… Continue Reading →

Brazil’s Largest Brokerage Reportedly Working on OTC Bitcoin Brokerage

The OTC bitcoin trading market appears to be attracting big banks and brokers from all over the world who wish to secure a piece of this growing pie for themselves. And the latest company that might create a brokerage specifically… Continue Reading →

Battle of the Institutional-Grade Bitcoin Exchanges: All You Need to Know

Much of the cryptocurrency industry remains shouldered on the pillars of crypto-exchanges. This support comes mostly out of convenience; banks and financial bodies seek exchanges with a good track record, liquidity, and easy fiat-to-crypto process. All Eyes on Crypto With… Continue Reading →

Ethical Hacking and the Case for Decentralized Exchanges: A Discussion with Oleksii Matiiasevych

There’s no shortage of surprise in the world of crypto: Massive price swings, big corporate sponsorships, layer two protocols, and, of course, hacks. Since Bitcoin’s inception, the space has been plagued by technical bugs, user inexperience, as well as malicious… Continue Reading →

Markets Update: Broken Trendlines and Bullish Bounces

The cryptocurrency markets have shown early signs of a bullish momentum shift following several months of heavy selling pressure. After losing upwards of 75% to 85% and forming ‘adam-and-eve’ style double bottoms, many leading cryptocurrency markets have produced significant bounces… Continue Reading →

A battle for Supremacy: Firms in Brazil’s ‘Cryptosphere’ Launch Rival Cryptocurrency Organizations

Despite warnings from the government, Brazilians have latched onto the crypto bandwagon. With over 1.4 million bitcoiners and crypto investors, the vast South American nation undoubtedly has a vibrant virtual currency ecosystem. Now, bitcoin exchanges and cryptocurrency related businesses are… Continue Reading →

Bank of Japan Turns Back on State-Issued Cryptocurrency

The Bank of Japan has become the latest government financial institution to recognize the risks of state-issued cryptocurrencies. According to its Deputy Governor Masayoshi Amamiya, a national digital coin may jeopardize the traditional financial system established in developed countries. The… Continue Reading →

C3 Crypto Conference: Germany’s Largest Crypto and Blockchain Conference Welcomes 2,500 Participants

On April 5-6, 2018, The Station in Berlin, Germany opened its doors to 2,500 participants for “Germany’s largest blockchain and crypto conference.” With a range of enlightening panels, international speakers, burgeoning projects, it’s no wonder that many believe Europe can… Continue Reading →

Will Crypto Become The New Offshore Banking Option?

Ashe Oro has never been one to mince words. As the very first private banker and former head of business development at Euro Pacific Bank, the brainchild of prominent gold bug Peter Schiff, he has witnessed the controversial nature of… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin Cash Gains Advance 4% Above BTC

On Wednesday, April 18, cryptocurrency markets have been bouncing all around over the past twelve hours as a few coins have seen some higher gains than most. Three-day charts show bitcoin core markets took a slight dip after touching a… Continue Reading →

Individuals Arrested by Russian Police for Illegal Bitcoin Mining Operation

Russian police have shut down a makeshift crypto rig, arresting two individuals for engaging in illicit Bitcoin mining activities on April 11, 2018. Warehouse Seized by Authorities According to reports, Ministry of Internal Affairs official, Irina Volk revealed that Russian… Continue Reading →

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