Bitcoin News In Review

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30 Dec 2017.

Bitcoin went from trading near $1,300 on March 6 to a low of $935 on March 24. April 1. Japan declares bitcoin legal currency. Some good news.

25 Nov 2019.

Criminals are exploiting trusted global websites to post fake celebrity endorsements for cryptocurrency, in one of the most prolific internet scams.

Bitcoin was introduced in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. The main idea behind the digital currency is ending the control of the governments on currencies. Bitcoin is developed on a.

Recently, a new trading app was added to the bitcoin investment industry. This software is called Bitcoin Era and it is allegedly created by a company or organization known as the International.

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12 Mar 2020.

Bitcoin is going through a remarkably bad day.

European stock markets have had a rough trading day following the news.

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Bitcoin has found support at $9,000 after dropping to a three-week low over the weekend. The crypto is however likely to drop.

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6 Mar 2020.

RBI is worried that the order could pave way for trade in virtual currencies, putting the banking system at risk.

In his latest PropTech Today column, James Dearsley discusses whether halving transaction times is beneficial for consumers.



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