Decentralized Marketplace OpenBazaar Now Accepts Bitcoin Cash
Bitcoin may have dropped in price, but its losses are far below many altcoin assets as forks Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold hemorrhage value. Grim Reading For Bitcoin Forks In an analysis of 63 top cryptocurrencies by market cap, one online commentator drew attention to overall retraction of prices versus their all-time highs. Bitcoin came in 52nd on the list, having dropped 69% as of Tuesday. Bitcoin Cash had fallen a giant 82% to reach number
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Virgin Money just jumped on the Bitcoin buying ban but it’s not as big a deal as many are making out. This week, The New York Times has reported that Virgin Money has banned the purchases of cryptocurrencies on its credit cards. The news comes as just the latest of this sort of move to hit the press, with a number of big-name banks also banning the purchase of bitcoin with their credit cards –
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This post was originally published on sourceBitcoin (BTC) hit a new multi-month low on Monday, Feb. 5, dropping below $7,000 for the first time since the middle of November 2017. According to Cointelegraph’s price index, BTC reached as low as $ 6,661.51 on Monday, losing at least 11 percent of value in the 24 hours […]
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As prices tumble and the markets make a huge correction from their spike in early January, the banks are battening down their hatches. Leading UK bank Lloyds joined its counterparts in the US by banning the purchase of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for its customers using credit cards. Credit card issuers fear that people will fall into debts that they will have to shoulder if they buy crypto and the prices continue to fall. Bitcoin
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Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan and Adam B. Levine sit down for a wide ranging discussion. Topics include…
Samsung & Sia in the Land of ASICsTelegram and the Not Invented Here fallacyBearer Assets and Royal Validation?
This episode of Let’s Talk Bitcoin! was sponsored by EasyDNS.com and edited by Matthew Zipkin.
Thanks to Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan and Adam B. Levine for participating in the discussion.
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This post was originally published on source Japan’s leading low-cost airline, Peach Aviation, has been working to implement a bitcoin payment system. Recently, there were reports that the company may be rethinking its bitcoin strategy following the recent hack of a major Japanese cryptocurrency exchange. Peach Aviation and its bitcoin exchange partner have clarified their position. […]
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The Pineapple Fund ups its Bitcoin charity donation for the Open Medicine Foundation from $1 million to a full $5 million. The last few weeks have seen a lot of doom and gloom on the crypto front. However, there are still lots of positive things happening in the Bitcoin world. Case in point is the continuing donations given out by the Pineapple Fund. The organization just recently upped its Bitcoin charity donation to the Open
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