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‘No-Deal Brexit Huge Positive for UK Cryptocurrency’ – How Brexit Could Affect the Industry

British lawmakers have voted to postpone a crucial Brexit vote and forced Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask the EU for an extension. News.Bitcoin.com talked to the CEO of a local crypto exchange to find out the effects a no-deal… Continue Reading →

Fed Research Considers Negative Interest Rates Effective Policy Tool

A research paper published by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco shows how negative interest rates could become an important policy tool for fighting future economic downturns. The paper examines the market response to the introduction of negative interest… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin (BTC) Price Weekly Forecast: Vulnerable Below $8K-$8.2K

There was a steady decline in bitcoin price below the $8,200 support against the US Dollar. The price is currently trading below $8,000 and it remains at a risk of more losses. There is a major bearish trend line forming… Continue Reading →

How to Trade Crypto in Person Safely

With mainstream exchanges becoming progressively cumbersome due to privacy invasive policy and regulation, some crypto traders are switching to more private, face-to-face trading. While this route isn’t for everyone, and comes with unique risks, it does offer a very real… Continue Reading →

“Weak” Ethereum Price May See 20% Drop Before Breakout

Saturday, so far, has been a relatively neutral day for the cryptocurrency market. Bitcoin, Ethereum, and a majority of other large caps saw effectively zero losses or gains on the day, while trading volumes across the board tanked. Related Reading:… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin is Up 83,000% Since Gold Topped in 2012: Bullion vs. BTC

If you’ve been on Crypto Twitter over the past 24 hours, you have likely noticed one Bitcoin-bashing tweet from Peter Schiff. The message, which can be seen below, shows the libertarian investor claiming that BTC’s price chart “looks horrible.” Related… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin Cash Roundup: Adoption Stories and New Developments

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) adoption, development, and participation continue to spread as there’s been a myriad of BCH-related announcements in the last few weeks. Moreover, there’s now over 18 million bitcoin cash in circulation and only three million coins left to… Continue Reading →

Model That Predicted Bitcoin Price Drop to $8,000: Bears Are Done

The Bitcoin (BTC) bear trend that brought the cryptocurrency from $14,000 to $7,700 is over… according to a price model anyway. In early-August, a cryptocurrency investment boutique unveiled a price prediction model that used Facebook’s Prophet machine learning software in… Continue Reading →

Crypto Tidbits: Fidelity Expands Bitcoin Ops, Ripple’s XRP Sales Fall, Grayscale Sees Growing Altcoin Demand

Another week, another of Crypto Tidbits. Over the past week, Bitcoin hasn’t done too hot, sliding under $8,000 for the umpteenth time in a few months. A majority of altcoins — save for XRP, Dogecoin, Binance Coin, and a few others… Continue Reading →

Circle Drops Poloniex Leaving US Crypto Traders High and Dry

According to a blog post published by Circle, the cryptocurrency firm is releasing its subsidiary exchange Poloniex which is now owned by an “Asian investment group.” The trading platform will become an independent company called Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., and… Continue Reading →

Five Reasons Why Bitcoin Watchers Shouldn’t Worry

Overview Pessimistic sentiment has been looming the cryptocurrency markets as we passed the halfway mark of October. Bitcoin has been trading below the 8000 levels again and approaching the month-low levels near 7760. Although the picture may not be so… Continue Reading →

Russia Blocks 2 Crypto News Websites

Russian authorities have restricted access to a couple of cryptocurrency news outlets. The formal reasons for the censorship move are different in each case but the end result is the same. In both, regulators have acted on the basis of… Continue Reading →

Lunyr Crowdsale Successfully Exceeds Minimum Target

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality… Continue Reading →

Happy 18 Millionth Bitcoin! BTC Scarcity Implies Large Price Rally

Mere hours ago (as of the time of publishing this), the 18 millionth Bitcoin (BTC) was mined. As revealed by Statoshi.Info, a recent block brought the 18th million coin into existence, leaving three million BTC remaining out of the hard-capped… Continue Reading →

6 Darknet Markets for the Crypto Curious

If you’ve got a few thousand satoshis burning a hole in your wallet, the darknet beckons. There’s no obligation to spend a single sat while scouring the darker recesses of the web, but it’s nice to know that should you… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin Startup Takes to the Swiss Streets With Tram-Side BTC Marketing Effort

Footage posted by a Swiss crypto startup earlier today shows a tram emblazoned with the word “Bitcoin” and the firm’s branding travelling through the Zurich streets. The company behind the marketing campaign offers a range of crypto financial services including… Continue Reading →

Analysts Target $6,200 as Bitcoin Faces Bearish Technicals

After a short period of upwards momentum earlier this week that appeared to be bull’s attempt to bolster Bitcoin’s price action, bears have once again gained the upper hand and have now pushed BTC’s price decisively below $8,000. One prominent… Continue Reading →

Telegram Offers to Postpone Launch of the TON Network

Telegram, which was surprised with a last minute restraining order on the sale of its tokens in the U.S., is now ready to delay the launch of the TON network until the spring of next year. The company has informed… Continue Reading →

Tor Browser Malware May Have Stolen Users’ Bitcoin For Years

Researchers have identified malware associated with an unofficial version of the Tor Browser. Evidence suggests that the covert software has been tricking users into sending Bitcoin to addresses under the control of scammers. The Tor Browser is the most popular… Continue Reading →

Ethereum Name Service Adds Infrastructure for Multi-Currency Support

On October 16, the Ethereum Name Service (ENS) announced multi-currency support and integration with 15 platforms and wallets. The fusion will provide users with the ability to use a single ENS name across a wide spectrum of crypto applications alongside… Continue Reading →

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