Sunday, February 26, 2017

Bitcoin price tops $1,000 for longest stretch in history

Bitcoin has now been trading above $1,000 for more than seven days, enjoying its longest-ever stretch above this key psychological level. Read more:

China’s bitcoin traders find new ways to trade after clampdown

China’s central bank has stepped up oversight of bitcoin exchanges this year, leading major trading platforms to impose halts on withdrawals. Read more:

Vietnamese bitcoin platform Remitano targets global expansion

Remitano, a Vietnam-based P2P platform for trading bitcoin, has expanded its services across the English-speaking world. Read more:

Private digital currencies need regulation – Bank of Canada

Digital currencies such as Bitcoin will not be safe without government intervention and are likely to be counterfeited, according to a Bank of Canada. Read more:

Investor Bitcoin is offering 3 different bitcoin investment plans

The investment company launched its online platform to reach out to the international audience and give everyone a chance to earn profits. Read more:

Crypto traders flock to Altcoins amid Bitcoin price malaise

With many crypto traders sitting on the sidelines and awaiting news from China, volumes for bitcoin, the market's most highly traded asset, have seen a decline. Read more:

We shouldn’t “kill” bitcoin but regulate: Bank of China governor

L H Li, the former governor of Bank of China, stated that the Chinese central bank should try to regulate Bitcoin rather than attempting to stop adoption. Read more:

Bitcoin price steadies at $1000 despite China plunge

Bitcoin price struck a high of $1012.5 in trading as the cryptocurrency swims steadily above the $1,000 level for the first time since last week’s plunge. Read more:

Two face trial over bitcoin exchange tied to JPMorgan hack

A Florida software engineer and a New Jersey pastor are expected to face trial connected to the bitcoin exchange investigation. Read more:

First dedicated ‘bitcoin bank’ opens in Vienna, Austria

What is likely the world’s first dedicated Bitcoin bank has opened in the heart of the Austrian capital Vienna. Read more: