Daily Archives: January 12, 2019

Two Thirds of Korean Crypto Exchanges Fail Government Security Check

Only seven out of 21 South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges inspected got a full pass in a recent government security audit. CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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St. Louis Federal Reserve Report: Increased Supply of Altcoins Will Decrease BTC’s Value

Downward pressure on the prices of all cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, is expected to be exerted by the ever-increasing number of altcoins, new research shows Cointelegraph.com News

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Sideshift App Demonstrates a Trade Between Lightning Network BTC and Tether

Back in October news.Bitcoin.com reported on the influx of development tied to Drivechain, a project initiated by software developer Paul Sztorc. At the time we also covered the project’s extension applications coded by the programmer Andreas Brekken. One of those applications Brekken conceived allowed any Drivenet coins to be swapped between any blockchain protocol. On Friday, an application called Sideshift.ai ...

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Bitcoin Hovers Over $3,650 as Top Cryptocurrencies Mostly in the Red

Bitcoin is hovering over $ 3,650 as most of the top 20 cryptocurrencies are reporting moderate to slight losses Cointelegraph.com News

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Bitcoin History Part 8: When 1,500 BTC Cost Less Than $1

How much is one bitcoin worth? In fiat currency terms, that’s a constantly shifting answer, but ever since the beginning, the following has held true: one bitcoin is worth as much as the buyer is willing to pay. Today, that’s likely to be a few thousand dollars, but back in the day, the reverse was more likely to be true: ...

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Julian Castro, a Texas Democrat and former Obama cabinet member, announces 2020 bid for president

Julian Castro, a former Obama cabinet member and San Antonio mayor, officially threw his hat in the ring on Saturday and announced he would run for president.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Malaysian Government Reportedly Still Undecided on Whether to Legalize Crypto

The Malaysian government is reportedly still undecided about the legalization of cryptocurrencies Cointelegraph.com News

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Acquiring Crypto: Simple Steps to Buying Your First Bitcoin

There’s a good chance you’ve talked to a friend about Bitcoin. Or maybe heard about this “crazy digital currency” in the news, but haven’t tried to obtain any because you think it might be difficult. These days, acquiring cryptocurrency is actually very easy, with various avenues you can take to purchase your first coins. Also read: A Look at Some of ...

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