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  • Bitcoin Price Analysis: Signs of Divergence May Point to Potential Distribution Phase
    After bouncing back and forth from $5100 to $6100, BTC-USD managed to squeeze out one more (albeit short-lived) all-time high. This article is going to present an update to the last discussion regarding the potential Wyckoff Distribution and provide a more contextualized, macro-view of the current bitcoin market. Before reading any further, I would like to emphasize the word “potential” within the context of this discussion because until the market actually reverses, this is nothing more than a potential market set-up:Figure 1: BTC-USD, 1-HR Candles, Potential Wyckoff DistributionWhen we last discussed this potential distribution pattern, we hadn’t experienced the first Upthrust (UT) or the following Upthrust After Distribution (UTAD). Both Upthrusts represent a brute-force market test of the bitcoin demand and, as you can see, the Upthrusts were very short-lived and ultimately pulled back to more comfortable price levels. At ...
    Bitcoin Magazine
    2 years ago
  • Titan’s Debates: Pros and Cons of Bitcoin
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    CoinIIdol
    2 years ago
  • Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission Recommends Against Bitcoin Campaign Contributions
    Breaking with a 2014 advisory opinion issued by the FEC, the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission offered guidance on Wednesday to suggest that candidates do not accept bitcoin. ...
    ETHNews
    2 years ago
  • China Prompts Bitcoin Boost
    Once again the Chinese government has made moves on Bitcoin, this time causing it to surge to new highs. Following reports this weekend that the People’s Republic may rescind its ban on crypto trading, Bitcoin prices surged to a new peak of $6,300. A previous high of around $6,100 last week was broken during trading on Sunday. A couple of recent items out of China can be attributed to this latest... Source ...
    EthereumWorldNews
    2 years ago
  • Russian FinMin urges bitcoin is trustless
    In Russia, bitcoin will never substitute rubles, said Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov. He called bitcoin trustless and recommended individuals not to put money in it. ...
    CoinFox
    2 years ago
  • Vietnam makes cryptocurrencies illegal and sets $9,000 fine for bitcoin turnover
    The State bank of Vietnam (SBV) has published a decree announcing cryptocurrency as an unlawful means of payment. ...
    CoinFox
    2 years ago
  • Bitcoin Market Report: $BTC Retests Resistance Above $6000
    Brief: On October 23 2017 bitcoin found resistance at $6,3450. Today BTC is again testing the resistance above $6000. Bitcoin is up 6.47% in 24 hours, up 2.22% on the week and up 33.84% on the month on a last price of $6,139.20. The Bitcoin marketcap is $102,241,162,440 with a circulating supply of 16,653,825 $BTC. $BTC/USD is trading between a 24hr high of $6,345.00 and a 24hr low of $5,759.10 on a 24hr Bitfinex volume of 66,189 BTC. In moderate volume trading the weekly trend is mixed. Contents Brief Last price $USD Volume Market Share Remarks Bitcoin Background Price change Highlight Chart Data source Market capitalization Daily high low Trend Resistance Support Market sentiment Summary Analytic Strategy Disclaimer Printed Coming soon Last price 6139.20 $BTC/USD $USD last price $ 6139.20 one ...
    AllCoinsNews
    2 years ago
  • Bitcoin hits a new historic record with 537% growth YTD
    The bitcoin rate has overcome the $6,135 mark while surging to $6,300 on various exchanges. Within the night from 29 to 30 October, the cryptocurrency made a breakthrough and added more than $500. ...
    CoinFox
    2 years ago
  • What Would Happen if Singapore Regulates Bitcoin?
    What Would Happen if Singapore Regulates Bitcoin? At a conference, Ravi Menon, the managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the country’s central bank, stated that the country does not intend to regulate bitcoin and the cryptocurrency market in the short-term. In essence, Menon shared the same sentiment as European Central Bank (ECB)… The post What Would Happen if Singapore Regulates Bitcoin? appeared first on Altcoin Today. ...
    AltCoinToday
    2 years ago
  • Bitcoins & Gravy Episode #98: The Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX): Gaming will never be the same!
    On today?'?s show I am privileged to be speaking with Michael Maloney, the Solution Architect for WAX - the Worldwide Asset eXchange. Wax is quite literally a game changer . . . read on . . .INTRODUCING THE NEW FACE OF VIRTUAL GOODS TRADINGThe World Asset eXchange (WAX) will pave the way for a game-changing use of smart contracts. As a platform, WAX will be one of the most innovative applications of blockchain technology, extending its user base to a global audience of 1.8 billion gamers.WAX is a utility token coupled with a decentralized platform and will be used by all participants in the virtual item trading industry: listing and selling agents, item transfer agents, appraisers, affiliates and buyers and sellers . WAX has a multitude of uses, including safely transferring digital items between buyers and sellers, apportioning fees out ...
    LetsTalkBitcoin
    2 years ago
  • BOK Governor: Future Bitcoin Regulation to Treat Crypto as Commodity, Not Currency
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    DceBrief
    2 years ago
  • Dr. Craig S. Wright on the untapped powers of the Bitcoin protocol: people just need to unleash them
    If you’re thinking of building a blockchain-based startup, you might want to consider digging up buried ideas from a few years back. And fast. Contrary to what some believe, it is wrong to say that a blockchain is serverless. In fact, it employs thousands or millions (or billions, and so on) of servers from all over the world without any central control. In a post on Yours, nChain chief scientist Dr. Craig S. Wright wrote about what blockchain mining essentially is: a distributed server processing system. Bitcoin mining acts as a distributed server processing system. A form of SMC (secure multiparty computation) where the miners settle the transactions securely for a payment from the network and clients (users) Miners compete to be the solving server in the system for the reward — Dr Craig S Wright (@ProfFaustus) October ...
    CoinGeek
    2 years ago
  • Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission Recommends Against Bitcoin Campaign Contributions
    Breaking with a 2014 advisory opinion issued by the FEC, the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission offered guidance on Wednesday to suggest that candidates do not accept bitcoin. ...
    ETHNews
    2 years ago
  • Governor Of Central Bank Of Taiwan: Anti-Money Laundering Regulation Should Cover Bitcoin
    Bitcoin should be subject to anti-money laundering law, said the governor of Taiwan’s central bank on Wednesday. ...
    ETHNews
    2 years ago
  • Governor Of Central Bank Of Taiwan: Anti-Money Laundering Regulation Should Cover Bitcoin
    Bitcoin should be subject to anti-money laundering law, said the governor of Taiwan’s central bank on Wednesday. ...
    ETHNews
    2 years ago
  • “Banking on Bitcoin” – The Documentary You Must Watch.
    Most of us find it very hard to describe to our friends and family what Bitcoin is exactly. After discovering this documentary on Netflix, I watched it and it explains all sorts of things around Bitcoin, which I will cover in this article. Recently, this documentary also became available on YouTube, although it is not certain for how long. Most importantly, it made me realize that it (the documentary) can help me bridge the gap of understanding between me, as a cryptocurrency advocate, and my closest friends, who all are fairly unfamiliar with the crypto scene. First, we will take a look at the team behind the movie, and later I will describe the most important parts and topics of the story. The Team behind the documentary Christopher Cannucciari, who reminds me a bit of Gavin Andresen. Coincidence? Director: Christopher Cannucciari. ...
    CryptoNews
    2 years ago
  • DEA Names Bitcoin As Tool Used To Skirt Chinese Capital Flight Regulations
    The US government agency claims that Bitcoin has been used to illicitly remove money from the Chinese economy and warns that further value extraction is likely. ...
    ETHNews
    2 years ago
  • Bitcoin Gold Price Plummets A Day After Launch
    If the Bitcoin Cash fork was supposed to set an ICO-busting precedent, then the Bitcoin Gold fork should have yielded a new altcoin with rising prices, which would have landed softly eventually. But not all forks are created equal. Bitcoin Gold price came crashing down merely one day after the launch. The crash could serve as a stark warning to future fork proponents, or to those who wish to launch an ICO by other means. It seems that the market is finding the limits of its appetite for forks. Factors Influencing the Bitcoin Gold Price Crash This could be due to a number factors, some of which are more obvious than the others. Looking at cryptocurrency market caps, the Bitcoin Gold project individually and media reports, might allow us to gain a better understanding of what is happening with the ...
    BitcoinChaser
    2 years ago
  • Interview With An Anonymous Bitcoin Miner In South America
    South America is probably one of the regions with the most favorable conditions for the development of the bitcoin economy in general. Bitcoin mining is one of the aspects of the bitcoin economy that could find some of the most attractive incentives in the area. Nevertheless, many governments in the region have displayed varying levels of hostility towards bitcoin and its users. This makes it even dangerous for bitcoin enthusiasts to carry out their economic activity in some of the countries where, paradoxically, doing so can be so profitable. So, how is it that an activity like bitcoin mining is flourishing in various countries in the area in any case? We caught up with an anonymous bitcoin miner that comes from one of the countries in which the community has been under pressure from the authorities, to learn more about ...
    BitcoinChaser
    2 years ago
  • We’ve Joined Forces with Unocoin To Make Buying Bitcoin Even Easier
    We’re excited to announce that we have partnered with India’s most popular exchange, Unocoin, to give Blockchain users across India the ability to quickly and easily fund their Blockchain wallets. Beginning today, we’ve integrated Unocoin’s exchange directly within the Blockchain wallet to give you greater purchasing power without having to compromise security or control. For the first time ever, your Blockchain wallet can be funded in just a few clicks by linking your bank account, which is subject to bank transfer speed. Millions of Indians have embraced digital assets as a reliable way to save and transfer money. Together with Unocoin we are committed to making digital currency simple and more accessible throughout India. Whether it’s high fees, untrustworthy service providers, or confusing identity verification procedures, it’s often been a slow and challenging process to get started with bitcoin. ...
    Blockchain.com
    2 years ago
  • Bitcoin Cash Update
    We’ve been closely monitoring Bitcoin Cash (BCH) since the hard fork on August 1st and wanted to provide a brief update to our users. Within the next 8 weeks, we’ll be rolling out limited support for BCH via the settings panel in your Blockchain Wallet. Users with balances of bitcoin in their Blockchain Wallet on August 1st will be able to access an equal balance, as of August 1st, of bitcoin cash. While no immediate action is necessary, rest assured that your funds are secure. Blockchain wallets are non-custodial and you hold the private keys, meaning you always have full, exclusive access to your funds — which are always accessible with your recovery phrase. The post Bitcoin Cash Update appeared first on Blockchain Blog. ...
    Blockchain.com
    2 years ago
  • Comment on Bitcoin Reaches New Heights, Crossing $3,000 Mark by RJF
    Yes, $3000.00 plus but then, the whales on OKCoin closed their long positions and we are right back where we started. The market is still small, large movements in Bitcoin still bring wild price swings, in both directions. While some see this as undesirable, it’s really health at this point in crypto’s development. Large swings in price, if not too often, create news and bring in new investors. Even bad news is good news in a way. As the markets mature, the swings will become less volatile and profit and loss will not be as extreme as they are now when one exchange can create such a large swing in value. Much more exciting (fun) than the stock markets that’s for sure! ...
    DceBrief
    3 years ago
  • Comment on Indian MPs Express Fears About Bitcoin by Marco
    First of all, you can’t cut off Bitcoin. It will stay, whatever you will do. If you don’t legalize it, it will have a larger black market. This means higher price than where it is legalized. People victims of ransomware will have to pay more for Bitcoin than people where it is legal and current currency. And even if you make it completely illegal, other crypto will arise. More anonymous, more difficult to trace. Cryptocurrencies are a beast that has been unleashed and nobody can stop them. The right way to deal with ransomware is INFORMATION. People must become AWARE of what the hell they are doing when they use a PC or a smartphone. They must install an antivirus and use every common precaution a good IT guy knows. It doesn’t take ages to learn, it’s basic measures that ...
    DceBrief
    3 years ago
  • Comment on Welcome to the Bitcoin 2000 by RippleMeThis
    Ripple will become the most valuable currency by years end. It has the best use case (banks will use it to revolutionize their banking system by allowing for instant transactions across the globe, and for a fraction of today’s costs). Plus, Ripple follows all of the rules and regulations, so no Government has any reason to prevent it from succeeding, whereas Bitcoin in many ways, is the opposite (note that many people in the crypto community do not like Ripple due to the reasons I have given above – ‘crypto enthusiasts do not want banks to succeed, therefore they trash talk Ripple). It’s quite hilarious. ...
    DceBrief
    3 years ago
  • Don’t Believe All the Hype 2: The Limitations of the Bitcoin Blockchain
    Image: Shutterstock In my previous post on the hype around blockchain, I acknowledged the technology’s potential but warned that many of the much-touted benefits were still a long way off becoming a reality. Instead I urged banks to focus on four key areas—trade finance, on-demand liquidity, capital requirements and payments risk—where they could use blockchain to make short-term gains while laying the groundwork for a long-term strategy. Yet even within this quadrant of opportunity, the very nature of Bitcoin’s blockchain technology imposes critical restrictions on its effectiveness in a banking environment. 1.   Throughput Blockchain refers to a single-state database that disseminates the same information concurrently to all connected parties. Like any database, the processing power of a blockchain is based on how fast it can move data around. Right now, the Bitcoin blockchain technology is unable to process transactions ...
    Ripple.com
    3 years ago
  • Money Badger – Bitcoin via Email, SMS & Reddit
    Have you ever wanted to send bitcoin to someone who doesn’t have a bitcoin wallet or maybe to someone who doesn’t even know what bitcoin is? Well, now there is Money Badger and it don’t care who has a bitcoin wallet. It sends bitcoin where it wants and it doesn’t need usernames or logins. Sending Bitcoin with Money Badger If two people already use bitcoin, Money Badger doesn’t offer any new functionality. If you are trying to get more of your friends, family and co-workers to understand, adopt or even use bitcoin, it is one of the most useful tools in the bitcoin space. Let’s take a closer look at how it works. Sending bitcoin with Money Badger is easy and only takes 3 steps. 1. Enter a phone number or email address. 2. Select the amount that ...
    ReasonstoBitcoin
    3 years ago
  • Is Bitcoin Like a Swiss Bank Account?
    Since Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA has been conducting mass surveillance of not only US citizens but of citizens all around the world, there has been a substantial increase in the adoption of end-to-end encryption. These new encryption tools have made privacy so robust that now anyone with a smartphone, has access to more financial privacy and security than a swiss bank account. Encryption, Privacy and Bitcoin In March of 2016, Barack Obama gave a speech at SXSW in response to the recent San Bernardino shooter’s iphone containing encrypted messages that were beyond the reach of law enforcement. “If, technologically it is possible to make an impenetrable device or system where the encryption is so strong that there is no key or no door..at all.” …“if government can’t get in…then everyone is walking around with a swiss ...
    ReasonstoBitcoin
    3 years ago
  • 11 Things that Bitcoin is NOT
    “What is Bitcoin?” was one of the most searched terms of 2014 according to Google and reasonably so. When I first heard about it years ago, I was so confused as to what it actually was and even more confused about what it wasn’t. Well, as it turns out Bitcoin is a number of things but the more I read about Bitcoin across the web I’ve heard a lot of people call it things that are completely wrong. So in order to help remove a bunch of the confusion, I have compiled this list of things that Bitcoin is NOT. Bitcoins are Not Physical Coins This took me so long to understand. When I first heard about Bitcoin back in 2009/2010, I did a bunch of reading and I was only more confused than before I started doing ...
    ReasonstoBitcoin
    3 years ago
  • 10 Bitcoin Privacy Enhancing Tools
    One of the driving forces behind bitcoin adoption is its amazing privacy features. The ability to store and transact value without your identity directly attached to your money or spending greatly increases your individual freedom and personal privacy. While not all bitcoin services and tools protect your privacy as much as others, using these 10 tools will help to increase your own privacy, the privacy of the entire bitcoin network and also increase bitcoin’s utility around the world. Brave Brave is a new privacy focused web browser that is going to change the way we browse the web as well as how publishers monetize content. Brave creates a safer browsing experience by blocking ads and trackers that violate your privacy and slow down your browsing experience. Brave also converts all http connections to https connections for more ...
    ReasonstoBitcoin
    3 years ago
  • How Will Bitcoin Change The World?
    Bitcoin has been dismissed by economists, news agencies, banks, politicians and countless other skeptics around the world as a ponzi scheme, a joke, “fake money” and more. But what they all fail to realize is that bitcoin is just an open-source software that doesn’t care what they think. It is the most influential math experiment in history and it does what it wants. This is exactly why bitcoin will change the world. If Bitcoin Fails, Nothing Happens Bitcoin is primarily recognized as the world’s first form of digital cash. This is not to be confused with digital payment systems like we already use today but we will touch on that in a minute. There have been numerous attempts to create a digital form of cash but they have all failed to create something that is digitally scarce. With ...
    ReasonstoBitcoin
    3 years ago
  • Bitcoin Will Create Millionaires and Billionaires
    Since it’s inception back in 2009, one Bitcoin has gone from being worth absolutely nothing to being worth 1/10,000 of a pizza to achieving parity with the US dollar and reaching an all time high of $1,271 (which at the time was worth more than one troy ounce of gold – $1,201.91). It is the limited supply of bitcoin that creates this sort of purchasing power and will likely create a number of multi-millionaires and billionaires in the next ten to twenty years. The $8 Million Pizza On May 17th 2010 a Florida resident named, Laszlo Hanyecz placed an ad on the forum BitcoinTalk asking if anyone would buy him two pizzas in exchange for 10,000 bitcoins that he had mined on his computer. It wasn’t until several days later on May 22nd that a man from the ...
    ReasonstoBitcoin
    3 years ago
  • Bitcoin is Durable, Portable, Divisible, Uniform, Scarce and Easy to Accept
    Skeptics are eager to criticize bitcoin because they claim that it doesn’t have any “intrinsic value” and therefore can’t possibly be money. What they fail to realize is that bitcoin has a market utility that no other form of money in history has ever had. That’s a bold statement so let me show you why bitcoin is money. What is Money? In order for something to be money, it needs to perform three basic functions. It needs to be a used as a medium of exchange, a unit of account and a store of value. In order to do these three things, it needs to possess six characteristics. It needs to be durable, portable, divisible, uniform, scarce and acceptable. All throughout history, societies have used a number of devices to provide these three functions with various levels of ...
    ReasonstoBitcoin
    3 years ago
  • Comment on Oxford Dictionaries Online Added The Word “Cryptocurrency” by Oxford Dictionaries Adds Definition of ‘Blockchain,’ Following the Inclusion of ‘Cryptocurrency’ Term Last Year | bitcoinplug
    […] which transactions can be performed without the need for a central bank.” One year later, it also added a definition of “cryptocurrency”, what demonstrated the growing importance of the term in the media. In […] ...
    CoinSpeaker
    4 years ago
  • Comment on World’s First Bitcoin Job Fair to be held in Sunnyvale, CA on May 3 by Plug and Play Tech Center Will Unite Bitcoin Startups and Wall Street – BTC Set Me Free
    […] year, during the previous Bitcoin Job Fairs held in NYC and LA, the job seekers had an opportunity to talk to employers from different […] ...
    CoinSpeaker
    5 years ago
  • Comment on Bitcoin 2014 Conference: Skyhook Releases Portable Bitcoin ATM for Just $999 by Fernando
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    5 years ago
  • Comment on KnCMiner Publicly Apologizes as Broken Bitcoin Mining ASICs ‘Super Jupiters’ Arrive by Erlene Berta
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    5 years ago
  • Comment on Meet Adam Draper: Boost.vc’s CEO Who Wants to Accelerate in 100 Bitcoin Startups by Filomena Yasui
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    5 years ago
  • Comment on Jeff Garzik Announces Partnership to Launch Bitcoin Satellites into Space by Shelton Waight
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    5 years ago
  • Novice, Intermediate or Expert? A Quiz to Test Your Bitcoin Knowledge
    Think you know the ins-and-outs of bitcoin? Test yourself with 30 questions that grill you on Bitcoin’s history, technology and politics. The 30 questions are split up into three segments ranging from novice to intermediate to expert, and cover a wide range of topics across the Bitcoin landscape. If you get stuck or want to check your answers along the way, an answer sheet has been added below the quiz. Of course, these questions cover only a few points about Bitcoin so far — with so many new developments taking place, there is always more to learn. Good luck!Novice Questions1. Who created bitcoin?a. Vitalik Buterinb. Gavin Andresenc. Satoshi Nakamotod. Charlie Leee. Jackson Palmer2. What is the original document that proposed Bitcoin, considered by many in the space to be a “must read”?a. The Bitcoin White Paperb. The Golden Proposalc. E-Money: Bitcoin ...
    Bitcoin Magazine
    6 years ago
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