Thursday, April 26, 2018
Tags Cryptocurrencies

Tag: cryptocurrencies

Malta’s prime minister: cryptos are ‘inevitable future of money’

While countries around the world argue and dither over how to effectively control, manage, or ban cryptocurrencies, the tiny Mediterranean, Read more: bitcoinist.com

New Ethereum tech brings security to scalable state channels

Researchers have unveiled a new ethereum scaling project with a focus on security, and even Vitalik Buterin wants to see it grow and succeed. Read more: www.coindesk.com

New data shows 7% of all Bitcoin changed hands last week

7% of all the Bitcoin in existence changed hands last week - that’s just one fascinating insight provided by new data showing Bitcoin’s lifelong 'hodl' habits. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Barclays considering Bitcoin trading desk

Barclays Plc has a fairly long history of putting down Bitcoin. Now, the financial institution looks to be changing its tune. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Amazon may soon accept Bitcoin (and sell the data to LE)

Amazon.com, Inc. - has won a patent for a marketplace that offers data feeds. More important, the patented marketplace includes bitcoin transactions. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Bitcoin back to $8,250, Ethereum tokens secure momentum

Alternative cryptocurrencies (altcoins) and Ethereum have outperformed bitcoin, the most dominant cryptocurrency in the market, over the past two weeks. Read more: www.ccn.com

Localbitcoins now demands ID for ‘significant’ trade volumes

Localbitcoins is causing controversy on social media after users complained about surprise anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) measures. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Bitcoin could have a significant impact on how we save

In an official IMF Blog post yesterday, MD Christine Lagarde advised taking a rational, clear-minded approach towards the regulation of digital assets. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Could Bitcoin be prepping for run as U.S. tax day passes?

As the end of U.S. tax season approaches, Bitcoin bulls believe that the digital currency will finally begin its next run to prices over $20,000. But is it really going to run? Read more: bitcoinist.com

Ripple likes regulation, requests more from the UK

Ripple, the most centralized cryptocurrency among the market leaders, has asked regulators in the UK to follow Japan's example. by ramping up. Read more: bitcoinist.com