The cryptocurrency exchange has been in the plans to dominate the cryptocurrency economy. The exchange hit the $1 billion mark in 2017 by riding the bitcoin boom to around $150 billion in the traded assets by 20 million customers.
All the major digital coins have been subjected to a downside since the start of the week.
Pentagon has a hard time making a decision whether they should flag the cryptocurrencies as risk instruments and the contractors are not happy with the clearances backlog.
The recent missteps by Facebook and Google have brought good times for Apple. And Steve Wozniak, Apple’s backroom genius, who was aware of this has finally dumped Facebook, possibly eyeing Ether as the new Apple.
Less than four months after losing an unprecedented $500 million of virtual coins to hackers, Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck is plotting its comeback into the US market.
Economist Alex de Vries, who published an article on “Bitcoin’s Growing Energy Problem,” yesterday, May 16, in scientific journal Joule, told the Independent that Bitcoin (BTC) mining will use 0.5 percent of the world’s energy by 2018.
JPMorgan co-president Jerry Pinto confirmed the bank was “looking into” the Bitcoin space May 16, saying cryptocurrency “will play a role” in the future.
The Seminole County, Florida, tax collector Joel M. Greenberg announced May 14 that the county will begin accepting cryptocurrency for payment for various services this summer in order to eliminate heavy fees and improve payment accuracy…
For the most part of last week, cryptocurrencies were involved in a downside. However, an upside initiated from May 12.
South Korean prosecutors raided the offices of Upbit, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges.