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Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Litigation

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Litigation Image source Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are gaining more attention as days pass. Aside from the advantages that cryptocurrencies have like anonymity and easy international transactions, people are enticed by the fact that it can become a good investment. Apart from trading bitcoins for cash, you…

Experts Predict Bitcoin Price to Reach $25,000 by 2018, $250,000 by 2022

The bitcoin price crossed the $8,000 mark earlier this week, supported by a massive spike in buy volumes across all major cryptocurrency exchanges. Analysts explained that a sudden surge in demand from institutional investors and inflow of new capital may have triggered the surge in the bitcoin price. $250,000 by…

How One Startup Became King of Bitcoin ATMs in the UK

Bitcoinist caught up Landry Ntahe, founder and CEO of BCB ATM, who explains how his Bitcoin ATM startup was able to rapidly expand over the past year to take the top-spot among operators in the UK. BCB ATM: A Success Story Less than a year ago, Bitcoinist interviewed BCB ATM, a Bitcoin…

Bitcoin and Its Possible Impact on Insurance

March 20th, 2018 by Job Virata Image source Many technological strides have been made over the last couple of decades. Advancement in technology is becoming faster and faster as each year passes by and many technologies to improve work efficiency, communication, and even financial services are being discovered and used…

How Bitcoin can help central banks

Many central banks for decades can not develop a predictable monetary policy, and this uncertainty is quite expensive for the economy. Lets try to solve that problem with Blockchain. Soon after Ronald Reagan became president of the United States, former Fed chairman Arthur Burns visited the current chairman Paul Volcker.…

Chinese Crypto Mining Giant Bitmain Developing Facilities In US, Document Suggests

The major Chinese cryptocurrency mining hardware manufacturer Bitmain is reportedly involved in the development of Ant Creek mining centers in the US. According to the business data website companies-number.com, Bitmain’s co-founder Jihan Wu is the sole “governing person” of the Ant Creek LLC in Tumwater, Washington. According to local newspaper…

Jihan Wu to Talk Central Bank Crypto at DC Summit

Jihan Wu, the controversial co-CEO of bitcoin mining hardware maker Bitmain, will discuss the idea of central bank digital currencies in a speech Wednesday, a source told CoinDesk. Wu is perhaps the most highly-anticipated speaker at the three-day D.C. Blockchain Summit, which kicked off on Tuesday with a developer event.…

The Reemergence Of Crypto Trading In China

Last year, Chinese investors were at the forefront of cryptocurrency trade and they stayed there for quite some time. At one point, the Chinese exchanges accounted for more than 90% of the daily trade in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. This wasn’t entirely surprising given the massive trade volume of…

European Commission To Release Bloc-Wide Blockchain Framework, Says Draft Document

The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, is set to reveal plans for a joint regulatory effort on fintech, including Blockchain, Reuters reported Monday, March 5. A copy of a draft document seen by the publication, due for release “as soon as this week,”suggests a desire for EU regulators to adopt blanket rules governing issues such as…

Porsche Starts Working with Blockchain Technology After Volkswagen

Different car producers are starting to use blockchain technology in the vehicles they are producing. Now, Porsche is testing Ethereum-based blockchain technology in collaboration with a start-up known as XAIN. This start-up is already working with DHL, Volkswagen, Nvidia, and many other enterprises in the industry. With this partnership, XAIN…

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