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No news can bring traders’ belief in bitcoin down

The previous two weeks’ bitcoin-related news were quite negative: we had to deal with the announcements about miners shutting down their businesses, more delays from U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on considering exchange-traded fund (ETF) proposals, negative predictions on the future drop of bitcoin’s price and even crypto terrorists bomb-threatening millions of people from

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Is crypto trading made social destined to succeed?

Aristotle, born in back 384 B.C., shrewdly pointed out once, that “Man is by nature a social animal.” Thousands of years later, more and more scientists begin to support this idea coming up with researches to prove the guy was right. Thus Natasha M. Kriznik, Ann Louise Kinmonth & Paul C. Fletcher from the University

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Keep watching Bitcoin VS Bears

The previous week’s news background was extremely negative: first, the data on a hundred thousand miners shutting down their operations, then the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) preference to prolong the review timeframe for some of the submitted exchange-traded fund (ETF) proposals. And the overall buzz about recent free fall of bitcoin and predictions

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Bitcoin reached the new lows

The previous week was quite controversial if to judge by the newsbreaks related to bitcoin. On the bright side, the announcement that businesses operating in Ohio will be able to pay their taxes in crypto and the heads up from Nasdaq on launching “a regulated crypto 2.0 futures-type contract”, in Q1 2019. On the less

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Terrorists and Nasdaq both love bitcoin

The last week wasn’t all rainbows and unicorns for bitcoin. The massive drop in price proceeded while the U.S. Justice Department decided to investigate last year’s bitcoin rally. Bakkt hit the news with the announcement on its bitcoin futures delay, preliminary till the 24th of January. And a loud buzz was created by the analysts

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Bitcoin keeps falling off the cliff

During the previous week, we’ve dealt with some nasty Twitter accounts’ hacks in an attempt to scam followers out of their bitcoins (amongst affected brands were Google, Target and more) and then the crypto suddenly plummeted from the mid-$6,000s to the mid -$5,000s. The drop was followed by pretty gloomy predictions from the respectful analysts

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Bitcoin is drowning in holders tears

During the previous week, we’ve experienced the bitcoin greed of the fake Elon Musk, some insights about massive interest to bitcoin by institutional investors shared by Morgan Stanley and celebrated one of the largest useful airdrops in the short history of crypto: $125 million worth of the cryptocurrency Stellar distributed by Blockchain wallet.  Let’s recap

3 months ago
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Fake Elon Musk’s bitcoin cravings and more

The previous week was dedicated to the celebration of bitcoin’s birthday and most of the news published within that period was all about it. Apart of that, the “hot” topic was the speculations about bitcoin’s mining role in global warming and the issuing a virtual currency license for Bitcoin ATM operator Coinsource by the New

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Bitcoin’s birthday party: bulls are celebrating

The previous week was bubbling with bitcoin-related news, including the announcement about Bakkt’s crypto trading platform upcoming December, the start of pre-orders of the first blockchain-enabled cell phone – HTC Phone Exodus 1 and the arrest of Indian Crypto Exchange co-founder for setting up ‘Illegal’ Bitcoin ATM in Bangalore. Let’s remember the major newsbreaks of

4 months ago
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Blockchain-enabled phone and bitcoin futures trading are almost there

The previous week was traditionally filled with newsbreaks for Bitcoin. Some of the most important events included Fidelity’s announcement about the intention to launch institutional platform for bitcoin and ethereum, the sudden surge of Bitcoin by more than $1,500 on Bitfinex in the space of just a few hours and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

4 months ago
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Less Ponzi schemes and more institutional investors on board

The previous week was saturated with big announcements for Bitcoin: some of them were terrible, some even worse. Including the layoffs announcement made by one of the oldest crypto exchange in the UK and the sudden crypto crash caused by the fact that Bitfinex, Hong Kong-operated exchange, has “temporarily paused” Fiat Deposits.  Let’s remember the

4 months ago
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The week that ended with the crash of bitcoin

During the previous week quite positive newsbreaks were getting through, including updated $8 billion evaluation of Coinbase, plans on significant increase of the number of bitcoin ATMs operating in Argentina and some movements in ETFs approval by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Let’s recap on the most important events for bitcoin happening during

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