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Bitcoin and Ether Market Update: January 07, 2019

Category: Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency Market Outlook, Ethereum, News, Price Analysis

Bitcoin and Ether Market Update: January 07, 2019

Bitcoin dropped below $4,000 on January 3, 2018, losing approximately three percent of its value, but still managed to avoid further loses and closed the workweek at $3,956 on January 4. Trading volumes for the BTC-USD pair were stable above $3 billion. BTC-USD NASDAQ-powered Estonian digital trading platform DX Exchange will begin offering tokenized securities on its platform starting January…

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Bitcoin, Ether, and XRP Weekly Market Update: January 3, 2019

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency Market Outlook, Ethereum, Exchange, News, Price Analysis

Bitcoin, Ether, and XRP Weekly Market Update: January 3, 2019

The total crypto market cap added $3 billion during last week, but it is still down with approximately $485 billion since the same time a year ago. Ethereum is leading the recovery after jumping 17 percent and returning to the second spot as the most valuable cryptocurrencies. BTC-USD Bitcoin moved below the $3,800 mark once again on December 27 in…

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Bitcoin Struggles to Maintain $4,000 Mark and Closes Year’s Last Trading Week in the Red: BTCManager’s Week in Review

Category: Altcoins, Blockchain, Business, Ethereum, News, Platform, Tech

Bitcoin Struggles to Maintain $4,000 Mark and Closes Year’s Last Trading Week in the Red: BTCManager’s Week in Review

It has been a hell of a year for bitcoin investors. Twelve months ago, we were coming off bitcoin’s all-time high of over $20,000. Today, the price of bitcoin is struggling to maintain the $4,000 mark after dropped by over 70 percent year-to-date. As expected, news flow has been muted over the holiday period. The biggest headlines of the week…

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Here’s How Hackers Made Nearly $1 Million from not Stealing

Category: Altcoins, Blockchain, Business, Finance, News, Platform, Tech

Here’s How Hackers Made Nearly $1 Million from not Stealing

HackerOne, a bug bounty platform that allows companies to test their security with ethical hackers, has announced that nearly $1,000,000 has been collected from blockchain companies as of December 30, 2018. Blockchain Has Bugs Too While blockchain technology is regarded in many people’s eyes the solution to problems that plague key industries, technology is still technology and requires debugging. With the…

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Not so Unhackable; Hackers Find Vulnerability in Trezor Wallet

Category: Blockchain, Business, Finance, News, Platform, Tech, wallet

Not so Unhackable; Hackers Find Vulnerability in Trezor Wallet

Hackers have recently shown that a new attack vector to hacking the Trezor wallet is now possible. A team of hackers has managed to find a new way to hack the Trezor wallet, as reported this Thursday, December 27, 2018, in a tweet from a crypto enthusiast. Not so Safe Trezor seemingly has a vulnerability that exposes users that don’t have…

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190 Firms Interested in Launching Operations in the Japanese Cryptocurrency Market

Category: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Business, Exchange, Finance, News, Platform

190 Firms Interested in Launching Operations in the Japanese Cryptocurrency Market

Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) has reportedly revealed that 190 firms have shown an interest in becoming operators in the Japanese cryptocurrency market, which makes it a slight increment from the number of companies that had expressed their intention earlier in  August, according to a report by Finance Magnates on December 28, 2018. Crypto-friendly Japan Attracts More Investors Japan’s financial…

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Wall Street Journal Reveals 513 Deceptive ICOs Without Unique Whitepapers

Category: Altcoins, Blockchain, Business, Ethereum, Finance, News, Platform, Tech

Wall Street Journal Reveals 513 Deceptive ICOs Without Unique Whitepapers

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), an international daily newspaper on December 26 2018, released a report which shows that out of 3,291 initial coin offerings (ICOs), 513 of them are very risky or outright scam projects, as a  number of red flags were seen in their whitepapers, including duplicate content, non-existent team members, unattainable objectives, or inaccessible web pages. Over…

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Japan’s Second Largest Bank to Launch its Own Cryptocurrency in March 2019

Category: Altcoins, Blockchain, Finance, News, Platform, Tech

Japan’s Second Largest Bank to Launch its Own Cryptocurrency in March 2019

According to a report published by Finance Magnates, on December 26, 2018, Japan-based company Mizuho Financial Group is primed to launch its yen-pegged cryptocurrency in March 2019. Mizuho’s Stablecoin to Be Launched in March 2019 The cryptocurrency being introduced by Mizuho will have parity with the Japanese yen and can be used to make and receive payments through a mobile…

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Silver Miller Files Lawsuit against Cryptocurrency Company for Defrauding Customers

Category: Altcoins, Blockchain, Business, Finance, News, Platform, Tech

Silver Miller Files Lawsuit against Cryptocurrency Company for Defrauding Customers

Silver Miller, a US-based cryptocurrency Investor law firm has filed a lawsuit against Jeremy Spence for allegedly organizing a Ponzi scheme disguised as an investment hedge fund claiming to be managing $5 million worth of investors assets, reports Finance Magnates on December 27, 2018. Lawsuit Claims Jeremy Spence Operates a Ponzi scheme The federal court lawsuit titled: “Lagemann et al….

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Crypto Privacy Part 1: Bitcoin, Tumblers, and Privacy in the Digital Age

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Crime, Finance, News, Platform, Tech

Crypto Privacy Part 1: Bitcoin, Tumblers, and Privacy in the Digital Age

As private enterprises gather around the tracking possibilities of pseudo-anonymous Bitcoin, the crypto community is becoming all too aware of the necessity of privacy applications. Such a need has generated bushels of altcoins each hoping to outdo the last. Much graver implications than a booming market cap, however, are at stake. A society that lacks fundamental privacy apertures is likely…

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