Bitcoin News

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and worldwide payment system. It is the first decentralized digital currency, as the system works without a central bank or single administrator. The network is peer-to-peer and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. These transactions are verified by network nodes through the use of cryptography and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain. Bitcoin was invented by an unknown person or group of people under the name Satoshi Nakamotoand released as open-source software in 2009.

Bitcoin Symbol: ₿ Bitcoin Ticker: BTC,XBT

Coinbase Launches the Cryptocurrency Index Fund

The Brokerage Platform with Cryptocurrency Operations and Currency Exchange Operator, Coinbase launches a cryptocurrency index, and you can invest with Bitcoin. Coinbase President and COO Asiff Hirji stated the new product Tuesday, during a CNBC "Fast Money" appearance. Hirji told that the Coinbase Index Fund, which will initially be accessible only to accredited investors would hold market-weighted positions in the four cryptocurrencies currently on the...

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The Bitcoin Price Increases by More Than 11,600 USD as Bulls Strengthen Positions

Cryptocurrency markets recorded an advance minus Tuesday, with earnings concentrated in a small group of coins. Bitcoin price and the Litecoin price were the titles of the day, while Ethereum and other top cryptocurrencies struggled to iron water. The cryptocurrency market cap increased sharply to 516.8 billion dollars but dropped from 507.9 billion dollars. That represents a one-day rise of 7.2 billion dollars and is...

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The Canadian Bank is building safes to protect Cryptocurrencies

Threats to valuable goods are the grounds why they usually held in secure environments. Those risks can occur in the form of theft, natural catastrophes, fire accidents, illegal use, loss. To protect themselves against these threats and inconveniences, owners take deliberate action to defend and preserve those goods that they value. Digital Assets Attract Attention One of the usual and most trustworthy ways to secure...

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History of Cryptocurrency Minor Records such as Bitcoin and Ethereum Fall 10%

In just 24 hours after it recorded massive earnings and reached a maximum of 450 billion dollars, the cryptocurrency market declined, marking a minor correction. Significant cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and Ripple, all fell by over 10%. In a period of extreme volatility, the vast preponderance of market cryptocurrencies tends to follow the trend of two large cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin and Ethereum. This morning,...

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Binance Denies Hack, Plans To Reopen Trading Friday Morning

Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, rejected rumors that it was hacked after the maintenance attracted long after its initial time, leaving traders unable to access the platform. Binance Suffers a Prolonged Period At Wednesday afternoon, Binance suddenly posted on Twitter as the exchange, which regularly handles a volume of several billion dollars in a single day, was in the process of maintaining the system...

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Barclays: Buying Bitcoin on Credit Cards, Virgin Money. Forbidden

The British banking group Barclays, "Big Four," confirmed that customers would continue to buy cryptocurrencies using credit cards, while Virgin Money hits the obstacles. Opposite to a policy change of Lloyds Banking's rival banking institution, a spokesman for British banking giant Barclays told the BBC that clients would be able to use both Barclays debit cards and Barclaycard credit cards to buy cryptocurrencies. The spokesman...

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Coinbase to deploy ‘SegWit’

The cryptocurrency brokerage company Coinbase declared it plans to release SegWit support "in the next few weeks," a move that guarantees to reduce customer transaction fees and reduce overcrowding across the network. The firm announced on Twitter, declaring that "our engineering team has started SegWit's final testing phase for Bitcoin, and that Bitcoin compatible with SegWit will be ready for customers in the coming weeks. SegWit...

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Goldman Sachs warns affluent clients against Cryptocurrency Mania.

Goldman Sachs has warned his wealthiest clients not to give up the "mania" critics that the investment banker has "moved beyond bubble levels." Goldman Sachs says cryptocurrencies will not retain long-term value: Private Wealth Management has issued this warning in "Un-Steady as She Goes," a 108-page mark distributed to customers by more than 10 million dollars in investable assets this month. While us do not...

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