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Privacy-Centric Coin XMR Splits Into Four Different Monero Protocols

Technology On April 6 the privacy-centric cryptocurrency monero (XMR) forked the protocol in order to make the digital asset’s mining ecosystem egalitarian. However, the hard fork has led to the birth of four monero-based blockchain branches all claiming to be the “original monero.” Also read: Bitcoin’s Value to Lose $44 Billion by Year’s End, Researchers Argue […]

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Bitcoin ATM Installed in Georgia Amid Growing Interest in Crypto

Featured A new automated teller machine now offers Georgians a fast and easy way to buy and sell bitcoin and litecoin. Support for bitcoin cash has been promised, and other cryptos will also be added in the future. The ATM has been set up at a burger restaurant in the heart of the Georgian capital […]

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Adding Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin Is Main Goal of 2018 for Gemini Exchange

Markets and Prices Bitcoin cash and litecoin futures might be coming to Cboe as soon as this year. The Gemini exchange, which supplies the data feed for the trading venues’ recently launched bitcoin futures, has as its top priority for 2018 adding support for trading new currencies, starting with two of the top five coins […]

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Russians Think Bitcoin Makes a Great Present

Featured Cryptocurrency is gaining popularity in Russia as a good idea for a gift. According to a new survey, more and more Russians believe cryptos, like bitcoin, would make their girlfriends and wives happy on special occasions. The 8th of March is celebrated as Women’s Day in Russia and in many other countries.   Also […]

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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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Decentralized Exchange IDEX Hits $13 Million a Day While Etherdelta Falters

Featured The Myspace/Facebook analogy has been gratuitously overused, yet it aptly describes Etherdelta and IDEX. The former was once the only decentralized exchange in town, a hub of ERC20 tokens bolted to a barely usable interface. Then Etherdelta (ED) got hacked and launched a pointless ICO. While ED floundered, IDEX assembled a user-friendly alternative that […]

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This Upstart Cryptocurrency Exchange Is Making Inroads in Canada — Bitcoin Magazine

Cryptocurrency and precious metals exchange Coinsquare is taking steps toward its goal of leading the cryptocurrency exchange market in Canada. On February 20, 2018, it announced a new partnership with Processing.com, after wrapping up a recent investment of $30 million, for a total $47 million raised in the last four months. The partnership with Processing.com […]

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JPMorgan Misses the Point, Says Crypto Isn’t Currency

Adam James · February 18, 2018 · 3:45 am Crypto isn’t currency — at least, according to American multinational banking and financial services holding company JPMorgan Chase & Co. Missing the Point JPMorgan, a New York-based institution with a history that is far from pro-crypto, claimed in a wide-ranging note to clients that cryptocurrencies only […]

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Chicago Trader Steals Over $2 Million in Bitcoin and Litecoin Cryptocurrency

Jeff Francis · February 17, 2018 · 10:30 am A Chicago trader is facing up to 20 years in prison for stealing over $2 million in Bitcoin and Litecoin cryptocurrency from his employer. Most 24-year-olds would be quite happy to be attached to a new cryptocurrency unit for a major financial entity. That’s not a […]

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Several States Spearhead Bitcoin Adoption in the U.S.

Economy & Regulation U.S. states with positive attitudes have advanced towards bitcoin legalization – a process that a growing number of elected officials consider inevitable, if not desirable. Numerous crypto-friendly bills have been introduced, and some of them have received approval in committees and houses of state legislatures. One wouldn’t necessarily think of states like […]

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