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Stocks ending the week w/ gains. Dow back above 25K for the the first time in nearly a month-- and we've got Amazon hitting another all-time high.
Investing.com – Bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies rose on Monday, while reports that South Korea's second largest crypto exchange Bithumb is expanding into Japan and Thailand raised some eyebrows.
Coinbase, the most popular digital-currency platform in the U.S., late Friday said it is exploring adding five new cryptocurrencies to its suite of offerings, which currently includes bitcoin and Ethereum’s Ether coin.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Friday indicted 12 Russian military intelligence agents for hacking into the computers of Hillary Clinton and Democratic Party ahead of the election.
Investing.com - Bitcoin traded higher on Friday in a slight recovery with all cryptocurrencies still on track for a sharp weekly decline.
Dozens of new cryptocurrencies launch each month, and alongside these new tokens and coins comes a series of initial coin offerings (ICOs). The appetite among a broad pool of investors for these opportunities has grown, even in spite of the fact that cryptocurrencies have been battered in 2018. After all, if investors have proven that they are willing to throw money toward a highly speculative cryptocurrency, they seem to be equally likely to invest in fraudulent tokens or ICOs.
Bitcoin News The rundown: the price of Bitcoin and all major cryptocurrencies were up in the morning; Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky released a report on cryptocurrency social engineering schemes; New York is offering cheapest electric power to cryptocurrency miners; Bitcoin payment startup Abra allows users to buy Bitcoin using a credit card or debit card; […] The post Bitcoin News Cryptocurrency Daily Roundup July 13 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Major League Baseball is launching MLB Crypto Baseball, a game where users will pay in ether to buy digital collectibles tied to specific moments in games.
CEO of Robinhood Markets, Vlad Tenev, explains why he thinks fee-based cryptocurrency trading will soon become a relic of the past.
While mainstream financial institutions in the U.S. have generally been reluctant to dive in to the cryptocurrency market head first, many companies and industries have been far more likely to explore the possibilities inherent in blockchain technology. Already, businesses have explored the ways that blockchain can revolutionize the way that cross-border payments are facilitated, the way that identity and data secrecy can be enhanced and the way that smart contracts can extend functionality into the mainstream business world. Blockchain, as a distributed ledger technology, allows for cryptocurrencies to function as they do.
As far as the media was concerned, Nefarious Ross Ulbricht and Mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto were the story, not some programming minutiae whirring in the background. By mid-2015, though, the blockchain was getting noticed. Recode ran the headline "Forget Bitcoin – What Is the Blockchain and Why Should You Care?"; Bloomberg Markets, The Economist wasn't about to be left out.
Crypto exchange OKCoin has launched a branch in the U.S. market to offer trading services between U.S. dollars and several major cryptocurrencies.
Investing.com – Bitcoin edged lower on Friday as U.S. President Donald Trump ordered the U.S. Attorney General to develop a Department of Justice task force to investigate crimes involving cryptocurrencies.
If all goes according to plan, TokenPay and Charlie Lee's Litecoin Foundation will transform a tiny German bank into crypto's smoothest on-ramp.
A charting pattern suggests the bitcoin price might be able to successfully defend $6,000, despite a tug-of-wars between bulls and bears of late.
Litecoin Foundation, the nonprofit associated with Litecoin, has acquired 9.9% of Germany’s WEG bank, opening the door for the cryptocurrency to become a part of mainstream banking. The stake in the German bank was originally acquired by TokenPay Swiss AG, a crypto-to-fiat payments startup. TokenPay passed it on as part of an agreement with the Litecoin Foundation.
Investing.com – Bitcoin resumed its trend lower Thursday, amid a lack of meaningful catalysts to support the popular crypto.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is trading at $287,100 a share. Bitcoin is barely clearing $6,000. One crypto fan believes the gap between the two won't last. In fact, he's willing to bet millions of dollars on it.