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Exchanges Suspend USDT Transactions After $30 Million Tether Treasury Wallet Hack

The company behind the controversial Tether altcoin has revealed a few hours ago that it suffered a cyber attack in which the alleged hacker made off with over $30 million worth of USDT. The company also announced some steps to… Continue Reading →

Stash Releases Privacy Centric Beta Wallet for Android

Just recently at the Texas Bitcoin Conference, the CTO and co-founder of the company Stash, Chris Odom, revealed the beta release of the Stash Wallet. The Stash Wallet was originally issued to Stash Node Pro owners, but the privacy-centric wallet… Continue Reading →

Pirate Party Founder Discusses Revolutionary Potential of Cryptocurrency With RT

Rick Falkvinge, the founder of the world’s first pirate party, discussed the revolutionary potential of bitcoin and cryptocurrency while speaking with RT on Monday. Mr. Falkvinge recently issued a satirical ‘manifesto’ for bitcoin cash in which he claimed the title… Continue Reading →

Trustless Payment Startup Confido Makes Off with $375k of ICO Funds

Confido, an ICO startup whose name means “I trust”, has done a bunk with 1,235 ETH. The company was supposed to have been creating a trustless payment system using smart contracts. Instead, it was the project’s founders who have proven… Continue Reading →

PR: German Fintech Company Naga Group to Launch Token Pre-Sale

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Futures Markets: What They Are and What They Mean for Bitcoin

As bitcoin gains worldwide attention, there’s lots of discussions lately about futures markets. With companies like LedgerX and some pending bitcoin-based derivatives products coming soon from CME Group and Cboe, leading to some people scratching their heads wondering — What… Continue Reading →

PR: Crypto20’s Autonomous Crypto Index Fund Passes $15 Million

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CME Group Plans to Launch Bitcoin Futures December 10

Just recently news.Bitcoin.com reported on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME Group) planning to launch its bitcoin-based derivatives products this quarter. Now according to CME’s bitcoin futures market specs, the firm plans to launch its derivatives products on December 10 pending… Continue Reading →

The White Paper is Dead – Here’s What Should Replace It

62% of Institutional Investors are Buying or Considering Buying Bitcoin

Over the past few weeks, a string of surveys has provided an insight into the public’s perception of bitcoin. Japanese; Americans; millennials – all have been grilled regarding the world’s leading digital currency. One group that have yet to speak… Continue Reading →

Hundreds of Bitcoin Cash Are Stuck in Segwit Addresses – But There Might Be a Way to Get Them Back

Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of BCH is languishing in segwit addresses. The funds were mistakenly sent there by users who have no easy way of differentiating segwit and non-segwit addresses. Retrieving the funds is difficult, but not entirely… Continue Reading →

Stanford’s Applied Cryptography Group Aims to Bulletproof Bitcoin

Stanford University’s Applied Cryptography Group (ACG) is proposing Bulletproofs, a way to drastically reduce blockchain data, roughly ten-fold. The ACG team argues how using aggregation for transaction proofs and reducing block size will result in two goals long sought in Bitcoin,… Continue Reading →

PR: Spectiv VR Video Streaming Platform Launch – Pre-ICO December 8th

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Publicly Listed Companies Are Getting in on the ICO Funding Action

Initial coin offerings (ICOs) are on fire and now also publicly listed companies are getting in on the new funding type action. Macau-based Dragon Corp plans a 500 million USD ICO for its floating casino. Germany’s Naga announced a decentralized… Continue Reading →

Survey Says 88% of Japanese Have Heard of Bitcoin

A recent survey of 10,000 men and women across Japan shows that 88% of them have heard of bitcoin. Among those that have bitcoin, 47% said that they have used it in retail stores but long-term investment is most respondents’… Continue Reading →

Israel Might Finally Issue Clear Bitcoin Regulations

Ambiguity can be dreadfully annoying when it comes to matters of law. Such is the case of bitcoin use in Israel, where citizens have yet to receive any official word on the subject. Soon, however, this issue might finally be… Continue Reading →

Quebec Attracts Cryptocurrency Miners with Inexpensive Hydropower

Quebec is increasingly becoming a location of interest for bitcoin miners. The Canadian province offering inexpensive electricity and cold winters providing inexpensive cooling. Also Read: Chinese Bitcoin Miners Explore Relocating Abroad Amid Fears of Crackdown A Young Canadian Entrepreneur Told Local… Continue Reading →

‘End the Fed’ Evangelist Ron Paul Plugs Bitcoin IRA for Retirement

The notorious former U.S. congressman, Ron Paul, is now telling FOX Business viewers to invest in bitcoin through an individual retirement account called Coin IRA. The staunch libertarian and gold bug makes his appearance on a nationally televised commercial telling… Continue Reading →

A Visit to a Bitcoin Mining Farm in Sichuan, China Reveals Troubles Beyond Regulation

As many small and medium-sized mining data centers in Sichuan, Guizhou, and Inner Mongolia are closed for the sake of “environmental protection”, the “green” ones that remain operational usually avoid media exposure. After talking with dozens of data center owners, news.Bitcoin.com… Continue Reading →

Troy University’s Malavika Nair Says Bitcoin Is Something Different Than a Classic Bubble

Malavika Nair of Troy University describes bitcoin’s price phenomenon as something other than a classic bubble. Bubbles, she said, do not go up, up, up, then down a bit, only to go up, up, up in price a full step… Continue Reading →

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