Español Русский Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. The US Securities and Exchange Commission stated that they don’t consider Bitcoin or Ethereum as securities, renouncing any claim to oversight of these coins. However, the SEC regards the majority of ICOs as securities, and thus within their regulatory scope. ICOs will […]
Adblock Plus creators eyeo are out to put an end to misleading and false information online. Their new ‘Trusted News’ browser extension is aiming to take advantage of blockchain technology to create a decentralized database that classifies the integrity of information on the web.
The Era Of ‘Fake News’
The past few years on the internet have been a tumultuous roller coaster ride which has ushered in waves of innovation and mass adoption around the globe. As of December 2017, more than 54 percent of the world’s population has access to the internet in some form.
Coinbase announced it would list $ ETC for trading in the months ahead and the price jumped over 21%. Ethereum Classic is up 16.59% in 24 hours, down -3.55% on the week and down -14.49% on the month on a last price of $ 14.69. The Ethereum Classic marketcap is $ 1,501,991,287 with a circulating supply of 102,245,833 $ ETC. $ ETC/USDT is trading between a 24hr high of $ 16.60 and a 24hr low of $ 12.62 on a 24hr OKEx volume of $ 87,750,000. This trading volume is heavy. The weekly price trend is mixed.
Español Русский Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Japan’s GMO corporation revealed its new ASIC miner, the B2. The device achieves a 24 terahash per second hashrate for a power cost of 1950 watts, making it about 20% more efficient than Bitmain’s S9. The B2 sells for $ 2000 and will […]
Español Русский Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. The National Tax Agency of Japan revealed that 331 crypto traders earned more than $ 1 million Dollars in profit over the course of 2017. In further news out of Japan – massive GMO corporation announced plans to trial Bitcoin-based rewards in […]
Waves, a popular open-source blockchain platform that allows users to launch their own custom cryptocurrency tokens, has officially addressed the rumors and false information being published in regards to the alleged liquidation of the Waves legal entity registered in the UK.
Contrary to many unfounded and incorrect reports currently being published in the cryptocurrency-focused media space, the Waves platform is currently not in any danger — quite the opposite, in fact.
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Despite continuing mainstream adoption and technical improvement, Bitcoin spent the latter half of the week in the mid-$ 7,000 range, having failed to hold the $ 8,000 level. Argentina’s Banco Masventas revealed that it would be exiting the SWIFT payment system in favor of Bitcoin. […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Consensus 2018 conference, held in New York, failed to trigger the anticipated Bitcoin price rally as it does each year. The turn out for the event was extremely overwhelming with almost 8500 people attending the conference. […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Bitcoin’s price came close to the key $ 10,000 level last weekend but failed to overcome it during this week. Late in the week, the price fell below $ 9,000, accompanied by negative news out of Asia. The rest of the crypto space also plunged reflexively, with […]
In a welcome development for crypto-enthusiasts everywhere, the downturn of cryptocurrency prices that dogged the start of the month seems to have turned around, with bitcoin prices rising from low of around $ 6,600 to around $ 9,600. There are a number of reasons that this recovery may be happening but one worth noting in particular could be that the wealth of ‘fake news’ that has been posted around bitcoin, including hacks and governments banning it, is beginning to be seen through. Greater understanding of cryptocurrencies by investors reveals its potential and counters the claims that it is a haven for criminals or has no value. Despite this, mainstream media can still be seen propagating FUD as it uses Bitcoin in a negative light as a buzzword to garner more interest, when usually the fact that cryptocurrency is involved is irrelevant. However, serious financial players, including Goldman Sachs, are planning to provide bitcoin services due to consumer demand — highlighting the growing mainstream support.