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Cryptocurrencies were mixed on Thursday, as Bitcoin remained near a three-day low. Bitcoin was trading at of $8,899.50, falling 2.77% as of 8:24 AM ET (12:24 GMT) on the Bitfinex exchange. The Chicago Board Options Exchange wants to lower the increments on its futures contracts, according to a letter to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Investing.com - Cryptocurrency prices were down on Thursday. Reports that Nasdaq’s CEO voiced support for the digital coins gathered some attention. Meanwhile, U.S. state Wisconsin is considering accepting Bitcoin for donation.
Investing.com – Bitcoin fell on Wednesday as it met stern resistance after coming close to an important $10,000 psychological level.
Bitcoin and other virtual coins were lower on Wednesday, as hackers target Ukraine for digital coins. Bitcoin was trading at of $9,168.60, falling 1.44% as of 8:44 AM ET (12:44 GMT) on the Bitfinex exchange. Other virtual currencies were lower, with rival Ethereum, the world’s second largest cryptocurrency by market cap, falling 9.14% to $630.59 on the Bitfinex exchange.
Investing.com – Cryptocurrency prices were mixed on Wednesday. Reports that Chinese polices confiscated computers used to mine Bitcoin gathered some focus. Meanwhile, PayPal’s former CEO Bill Harries called Bitcoin a scam.
Interest in cryptocurrencies has increased after the price skyrocketed to $20,000 in December. Some banks are exploring client interest in the virtual coins and a few hedge funds have already started trading the digital currencies.
A proposal up for consideration on the ethereum classic blockchain could open the $2 billion network to a controversial type of mining hardware.
Investing.com – Cryptocurrency prices gained on Thursday. Reports that Malta was supportive of the digital coins gained attention. Meanwhile, India is uncertain whether the country will ban cryptocurrencies.
Investing.com – Bitcoin traded roughly unchanged on Monday amid a lack of significant news to sway sentiment in either direction.
Bitcoin and other virtual coins were mixed on Monday, as talk of regulation eased investor appetite and U.S. retail giants Walmart (NYSE:WMT) and Amazon looked to monetize the technology. Bitcoin was trading at $8,935.0 inching up 0.02% as of 8:44 AM ET (12:44 GMT) on the Bitfinex exchange. In Iran, the central bank has banned banks from dealing in cryptocurrencies.
Investing.com – Cryptocurrencies’ prices gained on Monday. U.S. Federal Reserve official John Williams criticised Bitcoin, saying it can never be a proper currency. Meanwhile, Iran’s central bank took a stand against cryptocurrencies.
A 'Lord of the Rings' reference in several crypto projects illustrates a coming land grab on the finite amount of "cool" names.
Bitcoin trading platform LedgerX now sees $7.5 million traded weekly in options products, up from $1 million during its first week.
Bitcoin and other virtual coins were higher on Friday as the European Union Parliament supported a move to require cryptocurrency exchanges to apply customer verification rules to their platforms. Under the measure, exchanges, platforms and wallet providers will have to apply due diligence procedures that are designed to combat money laundering. The rules would also reduce the amount for identifying holders of prepaid cards from €250 to €150.
Investing.com – Cryptocurrencies continued to rebound on Friday, while reports that South Korean-based crypto exchange Bithumn is considering to issue its own digital coins in Singapore garnered some attention.
Bitcoin and other virtual coins were higher on Thursday, while cryptocurrency hedge funds reported massive losses in the first quarter of 2018. Bitcoin was trading at $8,250.5, rising 1.77% as of 9:00 AM ET (1:00GMT) on the Bitfinex exchange. While Bitcoin was higher, it was still far from its peak of $20,000 in December.
Investing.com – Cryptocurrencies’ prices gained on Thursday. Cambridge Analytica, the company behind the recent Facebook data scandal, is planning to develop its own digital currency, reports on Wednesday revealed.
Investing.com – Cryptocurrencies’ prices were mixed on Wednesday as IMF Chief Christine Lagarde called for global co-operation on virtual currencies regulation.
Investing.com – Bitcoin retreated falling below $8,000 on Tuesday after the New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman launched an investigation into 13 major cryptocurrency exchanges trading cryptocurrencies including bitcoin.