QuadrigaCX, the largest bitcoin exchange in Canada, has lost $ 190 million worth of crypto after it lost access to its cold storage wallets. An affidavit filed on January 31 with the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia revealed that $ 190 million in Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Cash SV, Bitcoin Gold, Litecoin, and Ethereum were lost. How Did the Bitcoin Exchange Lose All of its Crypto Funds? The affidavit, first obtained by CoinDesk, was filed by Jennifer Robertson, the widow of QuadrigaCX founder and CEO Gerald Cotten. According to a death certificate included in the affidavit, Cotten passed away in India after
Bitcoin price on Tuesday reached a session high on Coinbase at $ 3,586 but remained in the fears of a potential reversal action overall. Ahead of the US session so far, bitcoin’s opening and closing positions today have remained very close to one another, as indicated by the small candlestick. Called a Doji candlestick formation, this
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A small Bitcoin exchange based in Alberta, Canada, has gone offline. Before their Twitter page went offline, MapleChange had announced on Twitter that they “[had] no more funds to pay anyone back.” In the way of an explanation, the exchange had, approximately one hour before deleting its Twitter page, said that a “bug” had enabled … Continued
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Yesterday, news broke out about a huge new listing for Bitcoin, though it’s not quite what it seems.
Popular family board game Scrabble have announced that ‘Bitcoin’ will be added along with 300 news recognised words that can be used in order for players to earn points.
If you’ve not played Scrabble, here’s brief introduction to one of the world’s most loved games, according to Wikibooks:
“The goal of Scrabble is to score as many points as possible by placing letter tiles to create words onto the game board.
According to Vitalik Buterin, the co-creator of Ethereum, the days of 1000x growth as seen in 2017 in the cryptocurrency sector is gone. Speaking to Bloomberg, Buterin emphasized that the awareness of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology has already achieved its high point in Dec. 2017, when the price of major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple,
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Goldman Sachs head of global investment research Steve Strongin has pronounced the eventual death of all but “a handful” of cryptocurrencies as prices rebound.
‘Most, If Not All’ Coins Have Peaked – Goldman’s Strongin
In a note widely circulated among naysayers in the mainstream press such as Russia Today, Strongin took a harder line than CEO Lloyd Blankfein and even JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, going on record to forecast that “most, if not all, will never see their recent peaks again.”
Bitcoin has led a fresh resurgence in the price of the vast majority of crypto assets this week as positive signs from a US regulatory meeting Tuesday fueled a return to confidence in their prospects.
As the digital horse race for the Next Big Thing in blockchain heats up, more and more companies are getting on the bandwagon to launch their revolutionary concepts and ICOs. SingularityNET is a decentralized marketplace for artificial intelligence, and it may well have the record for the fastest selling ICO ever.
According to reports, the ICO was sold out within 60 seconds of going public, raising $ 36 million for the company behind the ambitious project. The team at Singularity reports that the crowdfunding was capped after receiving $ 361 million in investor interest on its whitelist from more than 20,000 previous investors.