Thursday, December 13, 2018

Four Washington DC Condos Up for Sale and You Can Pay with Bitcoin

As Bitcoin continues to garner more and more mainstream attention, so too does its purchasing power continue to grow. Now, real estate brokers...

Marco Santori on Airdrops and the “Complete Picture” of SAFT Regulation

Ever since the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a stern warning about initial coin offerings (ICOs) in February 2018, cryptocurrency projects...

No, Bitcoin Isn’t Secretly Messing with the Mid-Term Elections

Brian Forde most recently ran for U.S. Congress in California's 45th district and was the founding Director of the Digital Currency Initiative at...

ShapeShift Calls Claims of Laundering at Exchange ‘Inaccurate and Deceptive’

ShapeShift has issued a stinging rebuke of a Wall Street Journal investigative article that claimed the crypto exchange was used by criminals to...

South Korean Finance Watchdog Has ‘No Plans’ to Regulate Bitcoin Trading

The governor of a South Korean financial...

The Stories That Got Us Here

The End of the Chinese BogeymanEver since 2013, China had increasingly taken the lead in the bitcoin markets. The price run-up in November...

US DEA ‘Actually Wants’ Criminals to Keep Using Bitcoin

A US Drug Enforcement Administration agent has told mainstream press she “wants” criminals to use cryptocurrencies because it makes them easier to track. ‘I...

Unfairly Cheap? The Case for Even Higher Blockchain Fees

According to a group of researchers, cryptocurrency users are a bunch of free-loaders. Well, maybe they wouldn't go that far, but they argue users...

Bitcoin Slides Again, But Brief Rally May Be On the Cards

The bears continued to be in the driver's seat on Monday, pushing bitcoin (BTC) below $8,000 and opening the doors for a re-test...
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