Thursday, December 3, 2020

Bitcoin price flirts with $630 as traders bet long

Bitcoin prices neared $630 on 8th September, rising more than 2% as a short squeeze propelled gains. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Bitcoin has been trading above $500 for record six months

Its ability to remain above this crucial level of $500 for a sustained period might prove promising to those advocating the digital currency. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Unknown bidder buys $1.6m in bitcoin at US government auction

A winning bidder has claimed 2,700 BTC (worth $1.58m) at an auction held by the US Marshals Service (USMS). Read more: www.coindesk.com

Blanket bitcoin ban isn’t right, says Russian finance ministry

According to a new report, the Ministry of Finance in Russia is now questioning its own bitcoin ban bill. Read more: hacked.com

Bitcoin exchange Bitfinex negotiates with hacker

The Bitfinex hack on August 2 was the most recent in a long list of Bitcoin and digital currency exchanges which have fallen victims to hackers. Read more: www.siliconrepublic.com

Bitcoin price support weakens in dip below $1,200

After several days of rangebound trading, bitcoin's price took a tumble today. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Bitcoin drops 20% after $70m was stolen from Bitfinex exchange

Bitfinex, one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges online, has suffered a major hack. The company has posted a note on their website detailing the. Read more: techcrunch.com

BitPay launches new payment app

Bitcoin payment processor, BitPay, has released a wallet app for storing and spending bitcoin. Read more: www.fintechranking.com

Cryptocurrency market cap soars to all-time high near $28bn

A bullish 2017 for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has helped spur the overall cryptocurrency market cap through a series of highs this year. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

Bitcoin not money, US judge rules in victory for backers

Bitcoin, a Florida judge says, is not real money. Ironically, that could provide a boost to use of the crypto-currency which has remained in the shadows. Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk

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