Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Crypto money and holiday season The importance of cryptocurrencies is increasing as more and more people around the world are willing to invest in the cryptocurrencies. One of the most expensive and well-known crypto money is Bitcoin. The news surrounding...
A new crypto-buying portal, Netcoins, is allowing users to buy more than 20 cryptocurrencies and altcoins using fiat directly. Netcoins, which is the Canadian company that created the app, says the recently launched service is operational 24/7 online. This helps...
Bitcoin (BTC) problems are only solvable by departing from proof-of-work (PoW) system, according to research published by the Bank for International Settlement (BIS) on January 21. According to the paper, when the future Bitcoin’s block rewards fall to zero –...
Bitcoin automated teller machine (ATM) manufacturer Lamassu has moved to Switzerland due to regulatory difficulties in other countries, according to a blog post. Read more here!
Most top cryptocurrencies are witnessing discreet to moderate losses, while a handful report gains. Bitcoin’s price hovers under $3,800 again, according to data. Read more here!
Japanese internet giant GMO Internet Group is ditching the bitcoin mining hardware sector, according to a report citing a public documents. Read more here!
Jeremy Allaire, who is the co-founder of crypto finance company Circle, said in an interview on Friday that bitcoin will be worth “a great deal more” than it is at present. Read more!
The prices of major cryptocurrencies increased on Monday morning in Asia, as a Winklevoss-backed crypto exchange in New York is set to start trading Bitcoin Cash. Read more here!
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency prices were higher on Wednesday in spite of the reports that Japan is getting ready to demand cryptocurrency exchanges to provide information on their clients who have been suspected of tax evasion. Read more here!
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies all slumped on Monday in Asia, with pressures coming from reports that G20 leaders had called for taxes on cryptocurrencies during a summit over the weekend held in Argentina. Read more!


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