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BCH-Powered Social Media Apps Launch New Features

This week the two popular Bitcoin Cash social media applications, Memo and Blockpress have rolled out a bunch of new features on each platform. Now users on both platforms can upload pictures, video, and even torrent magnets found on the Pirate Bay. Also Read: Trading Cryptocurrencies Like a Boss Takes Time and Research  Memo and Blockpress  So [Read More...]

Wendy McElroy: Crypto – Civil Law Versus Common Law

The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations Section 3: Decentralization Chapter 8, Part 1. Crypto: Civil Law Versus Common Law “World’s Second Most Valuable Cryptocurrency Under Regulatory Scrutiny.” “Bitcoin CRACKDOWN: IMF chief Christine Lagarde calls for cryptocurrency regulation.” “France announces Bitcoin [Read More...]

5,000 Developers in India Ready to Work on Crypto Projects

According to a recent study, 5,000 Indian software developers currently have the skill sets to work on cryptocurrency and blockchain projects. 10,000 more developers can be easily trained but an additional 30,000 would require extensive training. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space 5,000 Developers Qualified A recent [Read More...]

How Bitcoin Cash Can Avoid the Same Mistakes as Bitcoin Core, Part 3

The following opinion piece was written by Jonald Fyookball. In parts 1 and 2 of How Bitcoin Cash …, we uncovered the important principles of community education and clarity. Now it is time to turn our attention to one of the most obvious things that went wrong in BTC — the centralization of protocol development. Also read:  How Bitcoin [Read More...]

SEC Commissioner Cautiously “Open” to Regulatory Sandbox for ICOs

United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Commissioner, Hester Peirce, delivered a speech before the Medici Conference earlier this month discussing many issues pertinent to ICOs. Mrs. Peirce indicated that the SEC is open to discussion of developing a regulatory sandbox for ICOs, however, expressed a number of concerns surrounding [Read More...]

Nvidia Reports $289 Million Revenue from the Crypto Sector in Q1

Graphics card manufacturer Nvidia has announced its revenues for the first quarter, mentioning separately the amount generated from sales to the crypto market. The total includes $289 million related to GPUs for cryptocurrency mining, according to a corporate report. Demand from crypto miners was stronger than expected, the company noted.   Also [Read More...]

The Cash Consortium Launches Open Standard Initiative for Bitcoin Cash

This week a Bitcoin Cash organization was founded called the Cash Consortium (C2) that aims to be a technical group framed off of the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) open standards. C2 is an international community that intends to bolster open standard development in order to provide long-term Bitcoin Cash growth. Also read: Upgrade Time: [Read More...]

Bitcoin’s Anonymous $55 Million Pineapple Fund Gives Final Donation

It’s a story straight out of cinematic lines: whale cryptocurrency investor rakes in mounds of money, and reaching a “satiety point” decides to give a healthy portion of it to worthy charities. And add to that the spectre of remaining anonymous, the ecosystem, beset by dreams of easy fortunes and Lambos and glory, was given a real-world [Read More...]

Sentiment Analysis Is the Best Trading Tool You’re Not Using

Every good trader knows their TA from their FA, and can appreciate the effect that fundamental and technical analysis have on market movements. But what about SA? Sentiment analysis, which involves making decisions based on the emotions of other traders, is arguably just as important, especially in the cryptocurrency market, where a herd mentality [Read More...]

Bitcoin Moons to $36,000 by End of 2019 According to Fundstrat

Fundstrat Global, a favorite research firm in the cryptosphere with Wall Street-street cred, is once again providing eye-popping bitcoin (BTC) predictions. This time analysis depends largely on what’s known as the mining economy. Hash power and hardware advancement all combine to show a possible $36,000 BTC price by the end of next year, they [Read More...]

Bitcoin.com Store Adds More Hot New Items and Amazon Gift Cards

Last month we re-opened our Bitcoin.com Store after some construction and a bit of hiatus. After a month of operation we’ve added even more to the store with hardware wallets, new t-shirts, Cryptomatic watches, and now we’re even selling Amazon gift cards. Also Read: Trading Cryptocurrencies Like a Boss Takes Time and Research Crypto-Infused [Read More...]

PR: BitBoost’s Blockchain Marketplace Goes Live in June

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. The pioneering Ethereum-based e-commerce [Read More...]

Robinhood App Valued at $5.6 Billion – Now Available in 10 US States

Trading app Robinhood which started offering bitcoin and ether trading in February has attained a valuation of $5.6 billion after raising $363 million, the company has confirmed. The app is now available in 10 U.S. states. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space $5.6 Billion Valuation Robinhood started out about three [Read More...]
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