Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Saturday, 23 September 2017
He said it in his recent interview with CNBC’s Fast Money program.
Sunday, 17 September 2017
attributed the surge in the trading volume of the Japanese Bitcoin exchange market to the exit of Bitcoin traders in China.
The latest news from China has ‘sweetened’ reports all exchange should close by September 30, giving Huobi and Okcoin an extra month of life.
Saturday, 16 September 2017
Thursday, 14 September 2017
As usual there's an enormous overreaction from news originating from China. It's possible to state that the foundation of latest announcement that China is banning ICOs and exchanges is unreliable as there's been no formal statement from the government official.
During an interview with state-owned national television network CCTV-13, Hu Bing, a researcher at the Institute of Finance and Banking, a Chinese government-supported academic research organization, claimed that the government’s ban on initial coin offerings (ICOs) is only temporary.
The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and its Institute of Finance and Banking are affiliated with the State Council of the People's Republic of China, the chief administrative authority of the People’s Republic of China. The Chinese Institute of Finance and its researchers are considered to be a government institution and government officials.
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has continued his anti-Bitcoin rhetoric saying it is “worse than Tulip Mania” and only for “drug dealers.”Speaking at a New York conference, Dimon, who is famous for his Bitcoin criticism, added he would “fire in a second” anyone at his firm trading the virtual currency.
Saturday, 9 September 2017
The hackers have now made a ransom demand, stating on a Darkweb site that they will delete the data for a ransom payment of 600 BTC, worth approximately $2.6 mln. The demand said that if they do not receive the funds from Equifax by September 15th, they will publicize the data.
It wasn’t long ago that bitcoin was virtually worthless: In 2011, anyone could buy a single unit of the digital currency for around $1. Today, it would set you back $4,600. A $20 investment in bitcoin six years ago would be worth more than $92,000 today.
The world’s newly minted bitcoin millionaires are now hunting for big-ticket items to buy with their cryptocurrency. And what better place to drop some cash, virtually or otherwise, than some luxury real estate?
Wednesday, 6 September 2017
One Storey 40 Rooms all ensuite with Kitchin, Balcony and Varanda, suitable for Hostels & Hotel On a Tarred Road at University ot Ado Ekiti (UNAD) With C of O and Building approval on 1358.235 SQM (90% complete) For sale
Monday, 4 September 2017
Boycotting the state: 6 of the world’s largest banks have teamed up to create a new form of digital currency.
The new cryptocurrency will aim to enable the clearing and settling of global financial transactions over blockchain technology.