Category Archive For "cryptocurrency"
Bitcoin faces a crucial weekly close, the mystery of coins moved for the first time in 11 years, and Times Square billboards call for the release of Ross Ulbricht.
Two of the cryptocurrency space’s most outspoken critics of central banks spoke about failures during the current coronavirus pandemic and how Bitcoin could have prevented them.
In the wake of the recent pandemic, here’s how many different blockchain projects are stepping up to donate resources in the hopes of finding a vaccine.
What’s Next for BTC, Chainalysis Criticized, Crypto Fears Kim Jong Un’s Death: Hodler’s Digest, April 27–May 3
Uncertainty over where Bitcoin will go after its $9,400 rally, a well-known BTC educator criticizes Chainalysis, and nerves over North Korea’s crypto holdings.
In this week’s Hodler’s Digest, Bitcoin faces a key weekly close, Bloomberg releases exceedingly flattering report about BTC, and hodling activity goes through the roof
Canada’s financial regulators tighten the reins on the crypto industry. Will those changes benefit the local market in the long run?
A small family farm in the Czech Republic has set up a 24-hour stream that lets viewers donate cryptocurrencies to feed a flock of sheep in real-time
JPMorgan Chase has settled a $1 million lawsuit with three men over abrupt changes made to its credit card fees for crypto purchases in 2018
A whistleblower has revealed a $70 million Bitcoin scam targeting British and Australian investors through fake news stories on Facebook.
Crypto analysts Ian Balina and Naeem Aslam think that the bull trend is yet to kick-off, despite believing the halving is already priced in