Renewable Energy giant Go Solar Mining announced its plans to consolidate all its operations in a newly incorporated entity to be based in Hong Kong under the name Petros Global Solutions Corp.
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With the growing focus on blockchain and increasing numbers of projects, there will be the analysis and comparison of popular projects - EOS vs ETH, Justin Sun vs Vitalik Buterin, etc - the discussions are never-ending. Competition in the market is indicative of the steady development in the blockchain industry, yet only high-quality projects can ensure successful development.
US Largest Mobile carrier company AT&T is now accepting crypto payment to pay their mobile phone bill. It is one of revolution in the blockchain technology
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Crypto enthusiasts are disappointed by lack of employers willing to pay in bitcoin. The majority of employees would be willing to receive part or all of their wages in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, according to ChronoBank’s Cryptocurrency Compensation Survey. However, businesses typically lag in their attitudes – despite the fact that the poll highlights the advantages such a move would offer both employers and their workers.
The Bitcoin and cryptocurrency markets, having wobbled for the past months, have finally fallen to a precarious state, sending several investors into emotional turmoil. Bitcoin hovers around an alarming $6500 (a 13% fall from last week) while each altcoin is nursing different levels of depreciation. And although opinions are diverse about the current state of the market, the question still abounds. Why are the markets depressed?
Paypal has introduced new policies which make the competitive transactions fees of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies a cheaper, better alternative.
Coinbase's rapid acquisition of two major startups in the space of a few days has caught the attention of crypto enthusiasts in a spectacular manner. It's got eyebrows raised and tongues are wagging over what the exchange hopes to achieve with this expansion.
Eclair, the first Bitcoin wallet which leverages the power of the Lightning Network has been removed from Google Playstore.
No. This is not an April Fool prank. Neither is it some sort of joke. At the moment, serious doom looms ahead for Bitcoin Cash. This is because the Lightning Network, a second layer solution proposed to solve Bitcoin scaling problem, is showing enough promise to make BCH obsolete in no time.
Internet giant Google has announced that it will be banning of all advertisements related to cryptocurrencies on its platforms as it attempts to build an "advertising ecosystem that works for everyone."
Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff has predicted doom for Bitcoin, saying that the cryptocurrency is more likely to fall to $100 than shoot to the moon.
Just like their Asian counterparts were, UK exchanges are in for a torrid time. This is because the English government is set to start cracking down on exchanges. Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, hinted this on Friday in a scathing censure of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin is regaining its currency status as transaction fees on the network are now on par with Bitcoin Cash's, dealing a powerful blow to the later's most touted advantage over Bitcoin.
Going by history, Bitcoin is a strong cryptocurrency that has withstood countless tests in its short existence. The virtual coin went as high as $20,000 in December, fell more than 70% to $6,000 early in February and is now trading above $11,000. Many investors are now wondering, with a flutter of hope in their hearts, that the Bitcoin bull markets are back again.
The United States' Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has warned crypto investors to be wary of where they put their money as pump-and-dump-scams abound in the world of virtual currencies.
The price of Bitcoin, from all indications, seems to have found a bottom after depreciating by close to 70% since December highs.
Bitcoin has been depreciating steadily since the turn of the year. After nearing the $20,000 mark in mid-December, the price has taken a beating, shedding more than 55% of its value. As the rush to sell off crypto investments continues, many people wonder, with palpable heartbeats, "is this the end?"