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China May Try to Block All Bitcoin Transactions in the Country

The Chinese authorities may be moving toward a broad clampdown on Bitcoin, including peer-to-peer (P2P) exchanges and over-the-counter (OTC) trading platforms. Using the Great Firewall to block IP addresses, access to foreign bitcoin exchanges could be blocked and the Bitcoin… Continue Reading →

PR: Propy ends token sale with $16 Million raise and a new hire from MIT

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 quality… Continue Reading →

Aliant Payment Systems Partners with Bitpay, Bringing Bitcoin Mainstream

Bitpay recently partnered with Aliant Payment Systems, which is a company that provides online merchant services for credit card processing. Aliant plans to offer its customer base the option of transacting using bitcoin via Bitpay. This brings Bitcoin another step… Continue Reading →

BREAKING: Bither CEO: Bitclub is Performing Segwit-related Attack Against Network

Wen Hao, CEO of Bither wallet, a Chinese mobile bitcoin wallet, said early Friday morning that the Bitclub pool (which has 4% of the total hashrate) launched a transaction malleability attack on the Bitcoin network during the night.  The attacks… Continue Reading →

Op Ed How Blockchain Technology Will Disrupt Digital Content Distribution

The way we consume media content has been on a continual overhaul for the past two decades. Every aspect of media distribution has become more streamlined from the razor-thin devices we use to consume media to the manner in which… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin Exchange bitFlyer Hopes to Win Big With the Japanese Bankers Association

While China tightens its grip on its cryptocurrency community, Japan is openly embracing cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, legalizing bitcoin, and encouraging and funding blockchain research.Even Japans banks are onboard, working collaboratively to develop a blockchain platform specifically for the financial… Continue Reading →

Regulations Push Chinese Bitcoin Volumes to OTC and Neighboring Countries

Following the regulatory crackdown in China, bitcoin’s price has climbed back up 30 percent over the $4K zone since the market’s nosedive last Friday. Now China’s bitcoin trade volume has dropped to the fourth position globally as Japan has taken… Continue Reading →

BitClave Merges Pre-ICO with Full Sale Round as User Volume Peaks

An unexpected participants’ turnout prompted BitClave to replan its fundraising round which was originally scheduled to take place on September 15, 2017. The decentralized search engine platform announced a day before the scheduled pre-sale that they had received a massive… Continue Reading →

Blockchain Technology Plays a Critical Role in U.S. and International Open Government Initiatives

On September 8, the U.S. governments General Services Administration GSAs program Emerging Citizen Technology hosted a workshop titled Emerging Technology and Open Data for a More Open Government. The participants in the workshop were directed to draft proposals that specifically… Continue Reading →

European Central Bank Criticizes Estonian National Cryptocurrency Plans

The president of the European Central Bank has criticized the Estonian government’s plan to launch a national cryptocurrency. The statements have implied that the European Union (EU) states will not be permitted to launch state-issued cryptocurrencies that compete with the… Continue Reading →

Do You Notice That it is All About ICOs Lately

The craze for ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) seems to be going on and instead of things starting to calm down things are actually getting more and more intense, regardless of the news that some countries may be banning them or… Continue Reading →

PR: DIGI Token & Platform to Revolutionize Multi-billion Dollar Digital Market

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 quality… Continue Reading →

South Africa Pick n Pay Online Retailer to Accept Bitcoin

n South Africa continues to adopt Bitcoin as Pick n Pay begins acceptance.n

The Pirate Bay is Pirating Your Processor for Bitcoin Mining

n Well-known illegal piracy site, The Pirate Bay has been borrowing its visitors CPU processing power in order to mine digital currencies.n

How to Avoid Confusion With ICO Ticker Selection for Tokens

n Startups need to carefully choose a ticker for their tokens to avoid confusionn

Why Are GoldMint Launching Their ICO After Chinese Hungry Ghost Festival

n As GoldMint plan to launch their crowdsale on September 20, we ask if the hungry ghost festival in China and beyond made them choose that date.nFacebook In Asia, it is time for the festival of the hungry ghosts but… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Litecoin Price Analysis, September 18

n Analytical review on top 5 cryptocurrencies.n

Bitcoin Bounties to Sniff Out Online Pirates

n Hidden Bitcoin Bounties could lead authorities to online piratesn

Bitcoin’s Recent Drop Normal Correction Adam Sharp

n Adam Sharp, co-founder of Early Investing, has called the 20 percent drop normal correctionn

Singapore’s Central Bank Completes Blockchain Payments Pilot, Nods at Digital Currency

The MAS completes its inter-bank blockchain payments proof-of-concept, powered by a blockchain and its digital currency. The post Singapore’s Central Bank Completes Blockchain Payments Pilot, Nods at Digital Currency appeared first on CryptoCoinsNews.

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