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Over 16,000 Indians Sign Petition Against “Irrational” RBI Crackdown

Regulation Cryptocurrency users in India are using the internet to voice their protest over a recent crackdown by the country’s central bank. Instead of allowing it to be stifled, petitioners call on the government to help cultivate the new ecosystem which can benefit India in various ways.    Also Read: ADS Securities Adds Bitcoin Cash, […]

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Here’s how many of the world’s ultrawealthy are increasing their cryptocurrency investments

What are the world’s uber-rich doing when it comes to cryptocurrencies? A growing number of high- net-worth individuals are attracted to them. More than one in five — 21% — of respondents in an annual survey of wealth advisers and private bankers said clients had increased their investments in cryptocurrencies in 2017, according to Knight […]

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The 5 Top ICO Projects to Keep an Eye in February-March 2018

Bitcoinist.net · February 22, 2018 · 11:30 pm 2018 had started with a large increase in cryptocurrency world. That success has later been a bit smudged with the slight overall market fall in mid-January, but the currencies are growing again, despite the high volatility. Multiple projects are being developed to capitalize on growing coins and […]

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DCC: Distributed Banking, Future of the Financial Industry

Bitcoinist.net · February 17, 2018 · 1:00 pm A storm of dramatic change is yet to sweep the banking industry. In the most unprecedented revolution in centuries, blockchain will exert significant impacts on reforming the obsolete institutional system. Therefore, distributed banking public chain, just like DCC, will ultimately dominate the future financial industry model. In […]

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Sports quiz of the week: Winter Olympics, history, goals and disrespect

Who conceded? Who coached? And who was ‘a bit chubby’? Related: Spot the sport – take our Winter Olympics picture quiz Pita Taufatofua is competing in the 15km cross-country event at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. In which event did the Tongan compete at the Rio Olympics in 2016? Marathon Taekwondo Rugby 7s Shot put […]

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Biocoin: Russian Green Initiative Builds a Better Tomorrow

Cynthia Turcotte · February 15, 2018 · 8:30 pm Bitcoinist seized a unique chance to talk to Boris Akimov, CEO of BioCoin and an ICO committee chairman of the Russian Association of Cryptocurrency And Blockchain (RACAB), an advisory body for Presidential Administration. Boris helped us take a glimpse at the state of events in Russian crypto-community […]

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It’s High Time Financial Institutions Consider Crypto as a Tool for Efficient Money Transfers

Pini Raviv · February 14, 2018 · 11:30 pm Blockchain technology is causing massive disruptions across a wide range of industries, markets, and economies. Bitcoin, the most popular blockchain application has shown the world first-hand how the decentralized nature of blockchain could cause a paradigm shift in the global economic landscape. Beyond Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies […]

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JPMorgan’s bitcoin bible: Crypto ‘unlikely to disappear’

In the wake of fairly negative reports by Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan released its own cryptocurrency outlook, and despite past skepticism from Chief Executive Jamie Dimon, analysts at the U.S. banking giant painted a more upbeat picture on the outlook for digital currencies. The debate around cryptocurrency prices has turned to their existence, […]

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Bitcoin may not be done collapsing, but it has bounced back from worse

The bitcoin bubble may not yet be done popping, but that doesn’t mean the world’s largest digital currency is headed for zero, as more Wall Street analysts seem to think. Back in December, just as bitcoin was at the peak of its meteoric rise, Howard Wang, co-founder of Convoy Investments called the digital currency the […]

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Bitcoin: How the skeptics and believers grew so far apart

Throughout history, technology has fostered differing opinions. Remember Y2K? According to some, a simple change in the date was going to disrupt the global computing system. Software developers were paid thousands of dollars to do, what in the end, was nothing. However, maybe the most divisive debate of them all centers on a decentralized payment […]

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