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Bitcoin prices hit 1-week lowsOct 4, 2017
The Bitcoin prices on Wednesday fell to hit one-week lows. Having opened at $4,310.60, Bitcoin was trading at $4,229.90 by 06:23 AM ET (10:24 GMT), down 1.87% on the U.S. based Bitfinex exchange. This fall in the price of Bitcoin is a pullback from the 5-week highs set earlier this week.
Bitcoin Manages To Get 85 % Premium Priced At $7200 In ZimbabweSep 26, 2017
Bitcoin is trading at a whopping $7200 in Zimbabwe.
Ukraine Dismisses Bitcoin To Be A CurrencySep 26, 2017
An official from the Central Bank of Ukraine has claimed that the country doesn’t acknowledge bitcoin as a currency or medium of trade.
Shanghai Shows Exit To Crypto Trading MarketsSep 25, 2017
17 trading platform will reportedly stop trading cryptocurrency in Shanghai. Among the names, BTCChina, SZZC, Binance, 51SZZC 91ICO, Lhang, Bitekuang, ETCWin FreeWillex, Bitbill, 19800Net ICORaise, ICOAGE ICOrace, ICOfox and ICO17 declared publicly that they further do not carry out ICO operations and plan to exit the market.
As China’s Exit Hangover Persists, Bitcoin Prices Continue To SufferSep 23, 2017
The bitcoin prices have come down on Friday, raising speculation that the market is still not over China’s exit and seemingly the attitude isn’t going anytime soon.
The European Union Sets Out New Penalties For Cryptocurrency CrimesSep 22, 2017
The European Union is planning to set out new penalties for cryptocurrencies related cybercrimes.
Malaysia Planning To Legalise BitcoinSep 21, 2017
Despite China going hard on cryptocurrencies, other countries have shown a far pleasant response to the digital assets. Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim, Malaysia’s Bank Negara governor, in a recent statement, said that developing Financial Institutions would indicate that Malaysia may be considering embracing Bitcoin.
Swiss Financial Authority Cracks Down On Fraudulent Crypto SchemeSep 21, 2017
Switzerland's Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), has reportedly shut down three companies for allegedly running a cryptocurrency scam on September 19.
Mexico To Regulate Bitcoin And Other CryptocurrenciesSep 20, 2017
Mexico is soon rolling out its new legislation to regulate its fast-paced financial technology sector, which includes firms that use cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
Malta Takes A Step Forward To Embrace Blockchain Technology, Introduces Taskforce To Advice On ImplementationsSep 19, 2017
Malta, a small island nation is making a lot of news for varied reasons, for hosting Bitcoin meetup and then planning to legalise cryptocurrency wholesale.
Bank Of Namibia Sticks With Old Laws To Reject Bitcoin ExchangesSep 18, 2017
Bank of Namibia, Central Bank of Namibia, have declared that digital currency exchanges have stood no position in the country under its law which is decades old. The bank has also advised the merchants in the country to not to accept payments for goods and services in bitcoins or any other cryptocurrencies.
As Traders Leave China, Japan Becomes The Largest Bitcoin MarketSep 18, 2017
Japan is currently ruling the Bitcoin exchange market with 50.75 percent market share of the global Bitcoin Exchange market. According to the analysts, the rise in trading volumes at the Japanese Bitcoin exchange is due to the Bitcoin traders exiting China.
The Pirate Bay Reportedly Uses Cryptominers To Earn RevenueSep 17, 2017
UK Man Faces Eight Separate Charges Of Fraud And Accused Of Stealing £1 Million Worth Of BitcoinSep 16, 2017
Ryan Kennedy, a 30-year-old Bath resident, England, denied eight separate charges of fraudulent activities that involved the use of Bitcoin. As per the reports, Kennedy was brought to the Bristol crown court on September 11.
Kin Tokens Out For Sale, But Not For Canadian InvestorsSep 14, 2017
Canadian messaging platform, Kik rolled out its ICO in a bid to raise $74 m, with the investors from its homeland missing out on it. The sale for 512 billion Kin tokens started on Wednesday. Due to the regulatory failures investors from major markets for Kik; Canada along with the US, were unable to participate in the ICO sale.
Bitcoin Prices Slips Under $4,000 Mark In Wake Of Rumoured Regulatory ScrutinySep 13, 2017
The Bitcoin prices have slipped back below $4,000 in the fear rumoured regulatory scrutiny. The prices of the digital asset fell below $4,000 at around 3:15 UTC today, to reach a record low not observed since September 10.
Cryptocurrencies is the future, says Anton SiluanovSep 12, 2017
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said his department will regulate the use of cryptocurrencies in the country by the end of 2017.
Ethereum Records A New Record With Half A Million Transactions Within 24 HoursSep 11, 2017
The Ethereum network recorded more than half a million transactions in less than 24 hours. Ethereum has quietly made its way to up in and is growing with the number of users increasing with much attention focused on Bitcoin and the Chinese ICO ban.
South Korea On A Move To Bring Stringent Cryptocurrency LawsSep 9, 2017
South Korea is planning to introduce stricter regulation and monitoring of all the virtual currencies. The country held a special meeting of digital currency task force, which is composed of the Central Bank, financial regulators and cryptocurrency companies, in early September 2017.
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