Saturday, December 3, 2022

Cambridge publishes first global cryptocurrency study

The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance has published its first study on digital currencies. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Bitcoin price blast past $800; may hit $2000 by 2017

Bitcoin has now reached its highest price point in almost three full years, since February of 2014, in the aftermath of the Mt. Gox collapse. Read more: www.bitcoinist.com

Former Coinbase engineer launches Ethereum search engine

A former software engineer for cryptocurrency exchange startup Coinbase has launched a new search engine for ethereum. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Partnership enables Dash users to buy and sell cryptocurrency

Dash has partnered with Wall of Coins, a P2P bitcoin exchange, to allow users to exchange the cryptocurrency for cash at banks. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

Bitcoin wallets get a key approval in Switzerland

Bitcoin companies offering virtual wallets sometimes face a difficult legal question: do they have to operate as a bank or can they function as something else? Read more: www.engadget.com

Bitcoin booms in Japanese market

Bitcoin trading is picking up pace in Japan after legislation passed by the government sees public trust improve.

One of Bitcoin’s big funds is selling ahead of ETF decision

While bitcoin prices have edged up sharply ahead of the SEC's decision on the Bitcoin ETF, one major hedge fund is selling off into the rally. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Bitcoin evades prohibitive ban by UAE Central Bank

The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates has moved to clarify recent regulations, that claimed “all virtual currencies are prohibited”. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

Is a lack of regulation stifling bitcoin growth?

Co-director of Imperial College London’s Centre for Cryptocurrency believes a dearth of regulation is undermining new financial technologies. Read more : www.cryptocoinsnews.com

Avalon calls for mining industry changes

In the wake of allegations that bitcoin hardware manufacturers may be engaging in unfair practices. Read more: www.coindesk.com

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