Bitcoin Trading in Venezuela Intensifies, Bolivar Still Down and Devalued
Jun19

Bitcoin Trading in Venezuela Intensifies, Bolivar Still Down and Devalued

A Bloomberg article pointed out June 15 that Bitcoin trading volume has jumped to 1.3 million this past week in Venezuela. There seems to be ever-increasing excitement about cryptocurrency in the country.  Also read: Legality of Basic Attention Token and Other ICOs Called Into Question In many places, people are hesitant and skeptical about digital currencies because of possible violent market fluctuations, questionable...

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Chinese Explore Future of OTC Trading at Bitcoin Meetup
Jun19

Chinese Explore Future of OTC Trading at Bitcoin Meetup

In a recent meeting in Chengdu, China, traders explored how over-the-counter (OTC) exchanges will function in the future. The meeting was arranged by BitKan in order to allow bitcoin investors and professionals to come together to build shared trust and understanding.  Also read: Central Bank of Samoa Issues Warning Against Digital Currency The meeting is a result of the fact that Chinese online exchanges again...

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Celebrities Continue to Discuss the Subject of Bitcoin With Optimism
Jun19

Celebrities Continue to Discuss the Subject of Bitcoin With Optimism

Over the past few months, many well-known investors have been coming out of the woodwork to discuss the decentralized cryptocurrency bitcoin. In parallel with these investment types chatting about the rise of digital assets many popular socialites, musicians, and celebrities are talking about bitcoin as well. Also Read: Increased South African Bitcoin Adoption Highlights Need For Taxation Clarity  Entertainers, Socialites, and...

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Top Bitmex Representatives Discuss The People’s Bank of China and Bitcoin’s Future
Jun19

Top Bitmex Representatives Discuss The People’s Bank of China and Bitcoin’s Future

In a recent interview published on Technode with CEO Arthur Hayes and COO Ben Delo, Bitmex’s co-founders discussed Bitmex’s growth, changes within the Chinese cryptocurrency landscape, and the future of the bitcoin and cryptocurrency industries. Also Read: Researcher from China’s Central Bank Discusses an ICO Regulatory Sandbox Bitmex Has Shown an Invulnerability to Recent Chinese Regulatory Crackdowns Upon...

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Bitpesa CEO Claims Bitcoin-Based Remittance Companies Have Reduced Costs by 75%
Jun19

Bitpesa CEO Claims Bitcoin-Based Remittance Companies Have Reduced Costs by 75%

Bitpesa founder and CEO, Elizabeth Rossiello, has claimed that bitcoin-based remittance services have reduced the costs of international payments by 75%, and reduced the average time of settlement from 12 days to approximately 12 hours. Rossiello also discussed the African cryptocurrency economy and changing attitudes towards bitcoin on the part of major international financial institutions and mainstream media outlets. Also...

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