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February 19-20, 2019

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February 4, 2019 by at Altcoins, Bitcoin, News, Regulation
According to a Quartz report published February 4, 2019, the Indian government is skeptical regarding the possible implications of cryptocurrencies on the Indian Rupee, fearing that digital currencies might destabilize the national currency. Regulatory Panel Hesitant of Cryptocurrencies The Indian government has long had a strict stance towards cryptocurrencies, often...
In a country that many believe proves how fiat currencies can destroy an entire country’s infrastructure and economy, the first Bitcoin ATM in Venezuela will finally be installed, about two weeks from January 20, 2019. A Never-Ending Economic Crisis Venezuela actually tops the misery index thanks to the ongoing economic...
December 31, 2018 by at Bitcoin, Cryptocyclopedia
The Bitcoin network has now been functioning for a decade. In that time, human beings have actively interacted with the system, participating as miners, running nodes, and making transactions. In addition to securing the network and increasing decentralization by contributing computing power, human beings have also played a significant role...
In a scathing November 26, 2018, blog post titled “I come to bury Bitcoin, not to praise it,” UBS Group’s Global Chief Economist Paul Donovan has called for the end of the cryptocurrency bubble. Claiming that bitcoin is in its “death throes,” he attempted to reason that a loss of...
The Austrian government announced on September 27, 2018, the auction of €1.15 billion ($1.35 billion) worth of government bonds on the Ethereum blockchain. The sale begins on October 2 with operations overseen by Oesterreichische Kontrollbank (OeKB), one of Austria’s biggest banks. First Time Western Government Uses Public Blockchain for Bonds...
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