Can Bitcoin be Banned? Apparently not! This is what the US regulators and policymakers are coming to realize. July month might not be a good one price-wise but it has been a pretty speculator one when
Details from Square’s recent shareholder letter show that the company sold $517 million worth of Bitcoin in 2019 with sales of the top cryptocurrency accounting for about half of its revenue in Q4 of last year. Bitcoin Accounts for Half of Square’s Q4 2019 Revenue According to the company’s statement…
One Reddit user claims how he purchased Bitcoin from a trader on the Moontrade platform and can not process a BTC withdrawal.
Litecoin (LTC), the seventh-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, can now be withdrawn in Korean Won (KRW) at over 13,000 ATMs in South Korea.
Coinbase has decided to support the Ethereum Name Service, a move that has placed a target on the cryptocurrency exchange’s back.
One top trader is now noting that he believes that Ethereum has posted a long-term bottom, and that ETH could soon target a move up to fresh 2020 highs.
Ethereum price fell to $212 as the Ethereum community strongly disagrees against the planned hard fork on ProgPoW.
While tech shares are suffering drops, coronavirus stocks are soaring, as the companies manufacturing drugs are working on the vaccine.
The Unikrn esports platform is partnering with ZED RUN to bring horse betting to the ethereum blockchain.
Bitcoin prices continue to slide, falling below $9,000 following the sustained sell-off by investors due to fear of the coronavirus.
The blockchain world will shift focus to Slovenia on March 3 where the use of BSV by enterprise clients will be highlighted. Dr. Craig Wright will grace the event.
The US SEC continues its perfect track record of refusing to allow any crypto-related trading fund.