Saturday, February 16, 2019

Chinese Bitcoin billionaire Zhao Dong believes crypto spring will come in...

Chinese Bitcoin billionaire Zhao Dong predicts the crypto spring will only come in 2020, while crypto summer will not arrive until 2021. Read more:

A Bitcoin ETF is ‘virtually certain’, only matter of time: Wall...

The prospect of a Bitcoin ETF is ‘virtually certain’ according to finance manager Ric Edelman, who is confident that either VanEck or Bitwise will Read more:

Reality Shares Bitcoin futures ETF ‘moves ball forward’ for crypto

Cryptocurrency advocates have reacted warmly to an effort by asset manager Reality Shares to gain approval for a ‘partial’ Bitcoin ETF from US regulators. Read more:

Bank of Korea says central bank cryptocurrency would cause cash shortages

Bankers at Korea's central bank, the Bank of Korea, have issued one of the most decisive warnings against the creation of a central bank-backed cryptocurrency so far, Read more:

QuadrigaCX reportedly not regulated by Canadian securities watchdog

The British Columbia Securities Commission reportedly said that it did not regulate crypto exchange QuadrigaCX, since it had no indication that it was trading in securities. Read more:

Data: US traders most active across major crypto exchanges

New data suggests that U.S. traders are the most active across major crypto exchanges. Read more:

Bitfury Partners to launch Bitcoin mining centers in Paraguay

Bitfury has teamed up with a South Korean firm to mine bitcoin using cheap, clean hydro power in Paraguay. Read more:

Bitcoin price charts offer glimmer of hope to struggling bulls

The slow drip bitcoin price sell-off seen over the last six weeks has produced a bullish pattern on the daily chart. Read more:

Venezuela breaks Bitcoin trading record again as new regulations become law

Venezuela set a new record for the amount it traded for Bitcoin (BTC) last week, showing cryptocurrency’s continued appeal in the face of ongoing Venezuela Read more:

Malaysia introduces regulations for Bitcoin exchanges

Regulators in Malaysia have released an amended set of rules for businesses engaged in trading Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Read more: