Archive for November 3rd, 2019

Potential Ethereum Dip Provides Ideal Long Entry, Claims Analyst

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Potential Ethereum Dip Provides Ideal Long Entry, Claims Analyst

Ethereum’s price has been slowly grinding lower over the past 24-hours which comes about as the asset sees an even further decline in its on-chain volume, and ETH is now at risk of breaking below a key short term support level, which could mean that a period of capitulation is imminent. In spite of this, […]

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Billion Dollar Bitcoin Lawsuit Continues as Craig Wright Breaks Settlement

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Billion Dollar Bitcoin Lawsuit Continues as Craig Wright Breaks Settlement

In early September, the high-profile court case Kleiman v. Wright looked as though it was coming to an end as the two parties reached a non-binding settlement. Then on October 30, without much notice, Wright explained that he couldn’t finance the settlement and the agreement was broken. Now the trial will start again and the […]

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Singapore Warms Upto Crypto, Luno Exchange Receives Banking Support

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Singapore Warms Upto Crypto, Luno Exchange Receives Banking Support

Singapore is gradually developing into a cryptocurrency hub as firms have now joined to establish a code of practice in the industry. In a recent development, Luno, a cryptocurrency exchange that halted its operations in Singapore is all set to resume operations post two banks have opened accounts for the firm.  Luno Spreads Wings in Europe […]

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Hodler’s Digest, Oct. 28–Nov. 3

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Hodler’s Digest, Oct. 28–Nov. 3

Coming every Sunday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link. Top Stories This Week BitMEX investigating “extent of impact” after mass email leak Think […]

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Maker’s Stability Fee Drops to 5.5% After Multi-Collateral Dai Announcement

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Maker’s Stability Fee Drops to 5.5% After Multi-Collateral Dai Announcement

According to the CEO of the Maker Foundation, Rune Christensen, Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD) will launch on November 18. On October 28, Maker’s stability fee was reduced by a ‘whale’ with roughly 94% of the voting power. Also Read: French Ministry of Education Publishes Bitcoin Resource Guide for Educators Maker’s Multi-Collateral Dai Will Launch November 18 […]

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Satoshi ‘Nakamolto’ Emerges With Great Hair and Questionable Claims

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Satoshi ‘Nakamolto’ Emerges With Great Hair and Questionable Claims

A viral video taken at a Las Vegas event has put self-claimed “Bitcoin co-founder” Jörg Molt in the spotlight this past week. A Twitter user in the space known for hair trigger accusations calls Molt a scammer in the video, and Molt proceeds to knock off the guy’s baseball cap. Amusing as the sophomoric dumpster […]

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Sunday Crypto Market Watch: Bitcoin Price Consolidation To End In a Violent Move

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Sunday Crypto Market Watch: Bitcoin Price Consolidation To End In a Violent Move

Bitcoin, once again, shocked the world last weekend when it surged with 42% in less than 24 hours. However, with that event behind our backs, Bitcoin’s volatility has been declining. After touching $10,350 last week, the price corrected and is currently around $9,200. It appears that the cryptocurrency is locked in a fairly tight range, […]

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Bakkt’s Open Interest cross a million; ICE CEO optimistic about BTC

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Bakkt’s Open Interest cross a million; ICE CEO optimistic about BTC

Bakkt was supposed to be a haven for institutions or perhaps a gateway for institutions to get their hands on Bitcoin. However, the prodigal son’s performance didn’t seem to meet expectations; on the launch day, the price of Bitcoin declined rapidly. This put a negative spin on Bakkt’s launch. However, Bakkt has come a long […]

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Crypto News From Japan: Oct. 27–Nov. 2

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Crypto News From Japan: Oct. 27–Nov. 2

In this week’s selected cryptocurrency- and blockchain-related news from Cointelegraph Japan, the Japanese Liberal Democratic League said that it will formulate a quantum technology innovation strategy by the end of this year, crypto exchange Coincheck’s registered users are steadily increasing, Mt. Gox trustee extends the submission deadline again, and the SBI Holdings president is thinking […]

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Craig Wright Running Low On Cash? Fails To Pay Settlement In Landmark Bitcoin Lawsuit

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Craig Wright Running Low On Cash? Fails To Pay Settlement In Landmark Bitcoin Lawsuit

It appears that Craig Wright is running low on cash as he fails to finance his court settlement negotiated with the Kleiman estate. The case is one of the most interesting ones to monitor within the cryptocurrency field. Craig Wright, who also claims that he is the creator of Bitcoin, has been accused by the […]

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