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Cryptocurrencies seized by a UK police force from a criminal are to be auctioned by an Ireland-based auction house. Wilsons Auctions announced last week that the Eastern Region Special Operations Unit has appointed them to manage the auction worth £500,000 (~$621,000) of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH) and XRP, among others.The post UK police to auction bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies worth over $600K appeared first on The Block.
After a particularly bullish week, the weekend pullback spilled into the early hours of this morning. Failing to recover by late morning could weigh.
It’s another bearish start to the day for the majors. Support levels will be in play should sentiment not shift by late morning…
There was no bounce back from morning losses on Friday, with the majors seeing deep red. All is not lost, however, with Bitcoin holding onto $10,000…
Derivatives exchange giant CME Group has announced that it will launch bitcoin options contracts in Q1 2020. The Block reported the news earlier this month that CME is going to add another bitcoin product to its marketplace.The post CME Group to launch bitcoin options in Q1 2020 appeared first on The Block.
It’s another bearish start to the day for the majors. Another sell-off could be on the cards should sentiment fail to improve by late morning…
Square Crypto, the crypto initiative of payments company Square, has announced the hiring of new members to its team. The company has brought on Valentine Wallace, Jeffrey Czyz, and Arik Sosman to complete the firm's "inaugural developer team." Wallace was formerly a software engineer at Lightning Labs, the Lightning Network development startup, Czyz was a software […]The post Square Crypto hires 3 new team members, completing its 'inaugural developer team' appeared first on The Block.
Cryptocurrency investment platform Abra has announced a partnership that will give its Filipino users new locations to add cash directly to their Abra apps.The post Abra adds cash-in support to 6,000 retail locations in the Philippines including all 7-Eleven outlets appeared first on The Block.
Speaking at a conference today hosted by CNBC and Institutional Investor, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton said that bitcoin would need better regulation before being listed for trading on major traditional exchanges like NYSE or Nasdaq.The post SEC Chair Clayton: Bitcoin needs to be 'better regulated' before it is traded on major exchanges appeared first on The Block.
Arab Bank Switzerland, a sister company of Middle East-based banking giant Arab Bank, is now offering trading and custody services of bitcoin (BTC) and ether (ETH), the world's two largest cryptocurrencies.The post Another Swiss bank now offering trading and custody of bitcoin and ether appeared first on The Block.
It’s a bearish start to the day, with a late pullback on Wednesday weighing early on. Steering clear of key levels would support a rebound later in the day.
Over the past few months, there has been some movement in the Brazilian political sphere which seems to be targeting increased transparency and auditability for cryptocurrency transactions. New regulation has been approved that requires users to disclose more information about their cryptocurrency trades, and businesses are now required to register their holdings as well. Taxes have also been clarified and new measures are being discussed which could add additional taxes to any crypto-to-fiat trading. Brazil favoring the regulation of cryptocurrencies As reported by Coin Rivet last month, the Brazilian Department of Federal Revenue (RFB) has implemented new regulation that covers all kinds of crypto-related activities, such as buying and selling, donations, barters, deposits, and withdrawals. This rule applies mainly toThe post Brazil wants more visibility into cryptocurrency trades appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Crypto exchange Binance’s U.S. platform is launching with seven coins, instead of six as previously announced. Binance.US has now also added its native token BNB to its platform in the “first phase,” several users posted screenshots of the development on Twitter.The post Binance.US adding 7th coin to its platform - native token BNB appeared first on The Block.
Stephen Schwarzman, the CEO, chairman and co-founder of investment giant Blackstone Group Inc., is not a fan of bitcoin (BTC). “I don’t have much interest in that because it’s hard for me to understand,” Schwarzman, who leads the firm with over $500 billion of assets under management, told Fortune in an interview published Tuesday.The post Investment giant Blackstone’s CEO dismisses bitcoin, saying not going to own any appeared first on The Block.
Ethereum returns to $200 levels and eyes $220 as the crypto bulls return from an extended summer. Steering clear of sub-$210 levels is key early on.
Bitcoin continues to trail the majors as Stellar’s Lumen and Ripple’s XRP breakout to lead the way. Bitcoin could be about to catch up with the pack…
VanEck and SolidX have withdrawn their bitcoin Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) proposal, according to a September 17 filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).The post VanEck, SolidX withdraw bitcoin ETF proposal appeared first on The Block.
As an investor, you should always be on the lookout for developments that could undermine the value of the asset you're holding. Over the next few years, odds are there will be a number of black swan events that will completely change how we trade and store value. So how can we be prepared for the worst and still hope for the best? What scenarios could lead to Bitcoin's demise? Let's take a look. Three worst-case scenarios The topic of how to kill Bitcoin is not new. It has been addressed in the past by academics, researchers at MIT, and practitioners such as traders and cypherpunks. It is an interesting abstraction exercise to think about in order to consider howThe post Three ways the Bitcoin revolution could fail appeared first on Coin Rivet.
“Big Four” consulting firm Deloitte’s Luxembourg unit is running a trial, allowing its staff to pay for lunch in bitcoin (BTC).The post Deloitte Luxembourg staff can pay for lunch in bitcoin in a trial run appeared first on The Block.
It’s a mixed start to the day, with Bitcoin Cash ABC holding onto early gains. Failure to hold above key levels could deliver a slide later in the day…
It’s a mixed start to the day for the pair, with Ethereum eyeing $200 levels, while EOS looks to avoid a day in the red. Late morning moves will be key.