Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Bitcoin’s price declined moderately over the week and broke below the $ 8,000 level, probably due to a lot of bad press. Google has moved to ban cryptocurrency advertising from its platforms.The move will affect all other crypto-related content. A notice said the […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Square announced support for the buying and selling of Bitcoin within their popular Cash app. The company operates in the USA, Canada, and Japan so its support for Bitcoin is likely to lead to greater adoption in these countries. Over 1 million clients have […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Bitcoin’s price dipped to just below $ 6000 on Tuesday, its lowest level since mid-November 2017. Tuesday was perhaps the highest volume trading day since late-2015, suggesting that the of sellers may have offloaded their coins to a fresh wave of buyers. At a hearing […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Bitcoin’s price climbed back over the $ 10,000 mark. These latest bullish trends in price seem to be a correction to the sharp price drops of the last few weeks. The rise in price may also be caused by additional investors looking to get into […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Bitcoin’s Price has fallen back to the psychologically-important $ 10,000 level. Transaction fees have remained remarkably low this week, with multiple reports of 1 satoshi per kilobyte transactions being confirmed within a few blocks. During this week Coinbase and Bitfinex will also be […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Bitcoin’s price is clawing back above $ 11,000 per coin. While most coins were trending upwards or at least holding steady this week, among the majors only Monero seems to be outperforming Bitcoin, having regained its $ 300 level. Bitcoin is now back to […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Bitcoin is currently trading in the $ 8500 region. The price drop from the near $ 20,000 high of mid-December 2017 has been blamed on the sale of over 35,000 Bitcoins and Bitcoin Cash by the trustee handling the Mt. Gox bankruptcy, Nobuaki Kobayashi. These […]
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Over the past few months, it seems like everyone has been chatting about cryptocurrency. Some believe that cryptocurrency is the next big thing, while others suggest that it might be a risk in the near future. This week brought big news for cryptocurrency. Anyone, who wishes to trade in Bitcoins or Ethereum, should be well aware of the news and attempt to use that news to their advantage. So, what happened in the world of cryptocurrencies this week? You’ll find out below.
Robinhood Embraces Bitcoin And Ethereum
This is the first in a series of weekly news highlights about blockchain technology and cryptocurrency in Russia. Last week’s headlines included an endorsement of blockchain technology from President Putin, tax exemptions for cryptocurrencies and a legal decision that prevented the seizure of cryptocurrency assets in a bankruptcy case.
Putin Endorses Technological Development in Russia
During his conversation with Herman Gref, the head of Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he supports the development of new technologies, including blockchains, and stated that the country cannot be “late to the race” of blockchain development and adoption.