Weekly News 37 / 2018 : Markets Are Still on Unpredictable Waters

The passing week has been hard for cryptomarkets. Markets have shed billions of their total market cap and most of the major cryptocurrencies are seeing red. Probably because the last year was so good for Bitcoin and other cryptos following on its wake, this year has been – or at least – felt so quiet. Many are waiting for a drastic move on some direction, but whether the move will be upwards or downwards is anyone’s guess. Nonetheless it seems

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Weekly News 34 / 2018 : Bitcoin Surged to Two-Weeks High in Mere Minutes

Turmoil on cryptocurrency markets continues with most of the major cryptocurrencies alternating between losses and recoveries. On the other hand Bitcoin has remained sufficiently stable, suffering smaller losses than cryptomarkets in general, and even achieving some advancement in its price range. Even though bitcoin has been decoupling itself from cryptomarkets in general, bitcoin is still affected by altcoin prices. Most of the cryptocurrency exchange of altcoins is done by using bitcoin and exchanges usually measure altcoins by comparing them to

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Weekly News 37 / 2017: News of China’s “Bitcoin ban” cause market panic

This week has been a week of havoc as cryptocoin markets have shed millions and millions of dollars from their networth as investors have been taking in their earnings and the international media has preached about the death of Bitcoin – once again. As always, volatility is great for investors, and for many who have been looking for good places to buy, now is your chance. China presses Bitcoin price to decline The price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has

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Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency news — Week 12/2017

IBM Announced Production-ready Blockchain On Monday, global giant IBM has announced enterprise production-ready blockchain service based on the Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Fabric v1.0, which is said to allow businesses to build blockchain networks on the IBM Cloud, underpinned by the IBM LinuxONE server. Marie Wieck, a General Manager for the new BaaS Unit at IBM said that the company has applied decades of experience running the world’s largest transaction systems for banks, airlines, governments and retailers, to build the most

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