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Presidential Candidate John McAfee Flees U.S. for Alleged Tax Fraud

U.S. presidential candidate John McAfee announced on Tuesday that he has fled the country. According to McAfee’s recent Twitter video he’s “living in exile” on a boat because he’s been charged with felonies handed down by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Also Read: Former Mt Gox CEO Reflects on Incarceration in Japan While Facing More Prison […]

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Ripple Price Analysis: XRP Buyers Target Fresh Weekly Highs

Ripple price tested the $0.3050 support level and later bounced back above $0.3120 against the US dollar. There was a break above a major bearish trend line with resistance at $0.3160 on the hourly chart of the XRP/USD pair (data source from Kraken). The pair is currently placed nicely above $0.3160, but it must break […]

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Report: Reverse Merger Could Take Bithumb Crypto Exchange Public in the U.S.

A Singapore-based firm with a controlling stake in major crypto exchange Bithumb could reportedly take the exchange public in the U.S. via a so-called reverse merger. Singapore-based holding firm Blockchain Exchange Alliance, which has a controlling stake in major crypto exchange Bithumb, is looking to list in the United States by acquiring a publicly traded […]

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Bitcoin will Remain in Consolidation Most of 2019, Crypto Analyst

With Bitcoin currently trading in a tight range around $3,500, it is seeing the similar scenario as of October when Bitcoin took a sharp dip after trading sideways. Crypto trader and analysts see the major part of 2019 to go through consolidation. Bitcoin all sold out Bitcoin price is currently seeing the longest stretch of […]

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Bitcoin Would be Lone Survivor in Nuclear War ‘Hunger Games’: Charlie Shrem

By CCN.com: Bitcoiners, rejoice! Only bitcoin (and maybe roaches) would survive a nuclear holocaust. In contrast, banks and fiat money would literally go down in flames. That’s what crypto pioneer Charlie Shrem wants you to know as you ponder a hypothetical dystopian future. “If the unthinkable happens, Bitcoin would be a highly durable currency during nuclear war, […]

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We are adding limited support for Bitcoin SV (BSV)

As previously shared, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) experienced a hard fork on November 15th. The main outcome of the fork was the splitting of the Bitcoin Cash chain into two chains, and therefore two tokens – Bitcoin Cash ABC and Bitcoin SV.  This means that anyone that held 1 BCH before the fork would end up […]

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Hollywood Actor Kevin Connolly Directs New Television Pilot ‘Cryptos’

The North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami had a surprise visit last Thursday when Kevin Connolly, the actor from the HBO series “Entourage,” announced a new television show called “Cryptos” is under development. Connolly hopes the new show will help the public better understand the innovative cryptocurrency ecosystem. Also Read: Peer-to-Peer Trading Platform Bitquick Implements Bitcoin […]

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Citizens Reserve provides supply-chain-as-a-service platform that works on blockchain – FreightWaves

Citizens Reserve provides supply-chain-as-a-service platform that works on blockchain  FreightWaves JP Morgan Portfolio Company Partners With Blockchain Startup Run By Former Deloitte Boss  Forbes Citizens Reserve is building a supply chain platform on the blockchain  TechCrunch Citizens Reserve Builds on Blockchain Platform  Supply and Demand Chain Executive JP Morgan-Backed Firm Partners with Blockchain Startup Owned By Former Deloitte Exec  Cointelegraph […]

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Hong Kong Hardware Manufacturer Releases Mining GPU for New Privacy-Oriented Coin

Hong Kong-based computer hardware manufacturer Sapphire is releasing a GPU for mining a newly-released privacy-oriented coin. Hong Kong-based computer hardware manufacturer Sapphire has announced a new graphics card for mining the recently-launched GRIN Coin, according to an official press release published on Jan. 22. The SAPPHIRE RX 570 16GB HDMI Blockchain Graphics Card is one […]

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EU Smacks Mastercard with $650 Million Fine for Doing What Credit Card Companies Do Best

By CCN.com: The European Commission on Tuesday slammed Mastercard with a 570.6 million euro ($650 million) fine after finding the company guilty of breaching antitrust rules. According to information released by the EU regulatory body, the original fine was reduced by 10 percent because Mastercard cooperated with the Commission during the investigation. Mastercard Overcharged Customers, […]

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Power Ledger Blockchain Firm Signs Deal with Japanese Green Energy Supplier

Western Australian blockchain startup Power Ledger will partner with Japanese renewable energy firm Sharing Energy. The deal will see he solar panel provider team utilise Power Ledger’s distributed ledger to track consumption of clean energy. The initial pilot will focus on just 100 customers of the Japan-based green energy firm. This, according to Power Ledger, […]

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Bitcoin Price Oversold, May Have Found a Bottom: Bloomberg Analyst

By CCN.com: A new analysis in Bloomberg suggests that the Bitcoin bottom is somewhere around $3,000 or $3,100. Using the GTI Global Strength Technical Indicator, the analysis says that Bitcoin is probably oversold at this point. [The indicator] for Bitcoin is nearing oversold levels, clocking in at 35.6. That’s the lowest level since December. Bitcoin […]

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Current Trend Approaches Longest Cryptocurrency Bear-Market Ever

Markets and Prices The market downturn that has prevailed since early 2018 is now within weeks of becoming the longest winter in the history of the cryptocurrency markets. Despite being on course to become the longest downtrend in BTC’s annals, the current market has produced the weakest drawdown of the three major bear trends experienced […]