Daily Archives: March 2, 2019

Crypto Mining Service Coinhive to Shut Down Operations in March

n Cryptomining service Coinhive will discontinue its operations in March 2019, since it has reportedly become economically inviablen CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Bitcoin Hovers Over $3,850 as Most Top Cryptos See Losses

Bitcoin hovers near the $ 3,850 mark as most top cryptos see losses Cointelegraph.com News

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Bitcoin Cash Supporter Convinces Chess.com to Accept BCH for Memberships

The popular website Chess.com used to accept bitcoin, but like many other well-known merchants it dropped the BTC payment option. Now after some discussion with an avid Bitcoin Cash (BCH) proponent, the website is accepting BCH for payments for its diamond, platinum and gold memberships. Also Read: Report: Business Owner’s Seething Critique of the Lightning Network Goes Viral Chess.com Adds ...

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Readers write: Making America _____, and beef or no beef

In response to editor Scott Armstrong’s challenge in the Jan. 21 Weekly Print Edition to complete the sentence “Making America …”: Don’t fill in the blank. It is just “Making America.” America is always being made. May we continue to “make America.” It stands for something in the world and does not need to be qualified. Yahoo News – Latest ...

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New York-Based Entrepreneur Charged With Fraudulent Cryptocurrency Scheme

n The U.S. Department of Justice has charged a New York citizen with the development of an allegedly fraudulent cryptocurrency and marketing it to investorsn CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Rhode Island Bill Would Exclude Some Tokens From Securities Laws

A new bill in the Rhode Island State Assembly would allow certain “blockchain tokens” to avoid state securities laws Cointelegraph.com News

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Report: Quadriga’s 6 Cold Wallets Have Been Without Funds Since April 2018

Ernst & Young, the court-appointed monitor in the Quadrigacx saga, released a report on March 1 which shows that cold wallets known to have been used by the Canadian exchange have been without funds since April 2018. The latest twist adds some clarity to a mystery that has held Quadrigacx customers spellbound, hoodwinked into believing Gerald Cotten had supposedly died ...

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President Donald Trump, in CPAC speech, said he'll sign 'free speech' executive order

President Donald Trump spoke to supporters at the Conservative Political Action Conference, also known as CPAC, on Saturday.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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