Oladapo Olagoke is a journalist for Cryptona.co. He has written over 1,000 articles and is invested in Bitcoin. He is also the cryptocurrency innovation analyst for Apostle’s Emerging Tech Division.
Following technical analysis, there are moving average indicators that bitcoin has dropped to the closest proximity to its 200-day moving average in nine months. Dropping below this level would come as a “death cross” for technical trades.
Sierra Leone happens to be the first country in the world to conduct election powered by blockchain technology. Agora, a Switzerland based voting technology company, is the company responsible for the development of the blockchain solution.
Cboe Groups Inc., the largest U.S. options exchange, has declared that it is expanding beyond the Bitcoin futures it launched last December and currently making plans for trading cryptocurrency derivatives.
A recent survey revealed that more than half of users of Square Inc.’s technology at the checkout stand are willing to accept bitcoin as a form of payment.
The giant search engine, Google, seems to have followed the Facebook way as it announced on Wednesday night in an update its policy its decision which will see to blocking ads for "cryptocurrencies and related content” by June.
BoutsPro, the global karate organization, makes plans to unite the world karate community through Cryptocurrency and Blockchain technology. To implement this, BoutsPro launched its own cryptocurrency ‘BOUTS’, claiming it will allow trust…
The Ripple Labs Inc. was charged with failure to pay R3 Holdco 5 billion XRP coins under the partnership agreement. However, the Ripple Lab Loses Bid to fight R3 Holdco as San Francisco court denied Ripple’s bid.
The Austria’s biggest bitcoin broker seeks that Bitcoin be regulated just like gold and derivatives, claiming that gold benefits from simpler compliance rules than stocks or bonds, and regulations would give cryptocurrency more legitimacy.
The Belgian financial authority has recently labelled 19 crypto trading platforms as being fraudulent. Belgian financial authority claimed it had received multiple complaints that these trading platforms are showing signs of fraud.
Prasos Oy, one of the Nordic region’s biggest Bitcoin dealers, has had four out of its five bank accounts closed down by four Finland banks, remaining just an account with which it is currently running operations.