Tuesday, August 8, 2017

8/7/2017 BITCOIN OR BITCON NEWS REVIEW


NEWS 8/7/2017
The price of Bitcoin is hovering at a record high on Monday, following a surge over the weekend. Bitcoin is up 0.96% against the dollar to $3,260.80 at ...
The rally at the end of the week comes after the digital currency underwent a 'fork', or split, into Bitcoin and the new Bitcoin Cash. CNBChas the details ...
A group of Chinese cryptocurrency "miners" who use special software to solve math problems and get bitcoin in return, were longing for their own ...
Bitcoin extended gains to a record, ignoring a split in the cryptocurrency over its future. The digital exchange rate jumped as much as 16 percent from ...
For the past 10 weeks, three bitcoin address containing more than $140,000-worth of the cryptocurrency have been given more scrutiny than possibly ...
Bitcoin has exploded past $3,000 despite the much publicized "hard fork" last week. In light of the strong gains, chip makers AMD (AMD) and Nvidia ...
Payza, a UK-based global online payment platform has announced another new feature related to bitcoin, the new feature lets users convert the ...
Japan's retail market appears to be increasingly receptive to Bitcoin, with yet another large chain of stores on track to begin accepting Bitcoin ...
Yongsan Market, based in Seoul, has told merchants that they aren't allowed to mine cryptocurrencies – bitcoin and ether, specifically – because of ...
Bitcoin price recently surged past the $3000 ceiling to create new highs near $3350. This bullish breakout could be due for a pullback to the broken ...
As bitcoin continues to make history, it also brings to light a ghost from the cryptocurrency's not-so-distant past: How secured are the coins on wallets ...
“I was urged to stop paying my bills to invest in more inventory. I was urged to get rid of television. I was urged to pawn my vehicle. I just had to get on ...
Bitcoin cash price declined heavily recently against the US Dollar. BCH/USD is currently correcting higher, but upsides faces resistance near ...

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