You can donate at the following address:Â 1Dorian4RoXcnBv9hnQ4Y2C1an6NJ4UrjX Now here is video of Dorian flat our denying the Newsweek story: The address already has over 11 BTC, or over $7,000.... Read More
If China’s warning statement on Bitcoin led to a 21 percent decrease within 24 hours since its release, an inevitable action to ban Bitcoin will highly likely drive the price down substantially... Read More
“In most places I go in the developed world I not only have to explain how Bitcoin works but also why it is necessary,” he said. He also noted a positive change regarding Bitcoin Latin America... Read More
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Cloud Giant Xunlei Claims Blockchain Advance With 'ThunderChain'
Xunlei, the NASDAQ-listed cloud network provider, has launched its proprietary blockchain platform, despite ongoing class actions over an alleged initial coin offering (ICO).
At a press event in Be
Taiwan Eyes November Deadline for Bitcoin AML Regulation
Taiwan aims to formally regulate bitcoin under anti-money laundering (AML) rules before the end of the year.
According to the Taiwan Central News Agency, Chiu Tai-san, the country's minister of jus
Bitcoin Bull Trap? Not So, Says Lesser-Known Price Indicator
Is the reversal of a lesser-known bitcoin price indicator signaling a bull trap?
That's the question being asked by Twitter's more expert crypto analysts after bitcoin's rise to $8,500 this week, a
JPMorgan Trial Puts Debt Issuance on a Blockchain
JPMorgan Chase has partnered with National Bank of Canada and other major firms to trial a blockchain platform aimed to improve the debt issuance process.
As reported by Reuters, the investment ban