Much had been said about how the last months have been a shedding process the crypto space. Many once-promising projects have now gone silent or are slowly approaching death’s door; the extravagances of the bull market have now been traded for a more humbled and minimalist approach in order to survive a seemingly never-ending bear […]The post Business Cards Collected In Consensus Reveal Sad Story About Crypto Projects’ Life appeared first on CryptoPotato.
STOs have been underlined as “illegal financial activity in China” by the governor of the Chinese central bank
It has been brewing for some time now, but there is some positive momentum in the XRP price department. Whereas this asset was dipping below $0.3 just a few days ago, it is seemingly recovering some of those losses in quick succession. There is still a net loss in BTC value which will cause some […]The post XRP Price Retakes $0.31 Despite Losses in BTC Value appeared first on NullTX.
As if the drama surrounding the recent Bitcoin Cash split needed a sequel, the vaudevillian sideshow has reached a new stage: the legal arena.A suit spearheaded by United American Corporation (UnitedCorp), a telecom company with a little-known blockchain subsidiary, BlockNum, is taking legal aim at Bitmain and its cofounder Jihan Wu; Bitcoin.com and its CEO, Roger Ver; Kraken and its CEO, Jesse Powell; and others. The suit “is seeking injunctive relief,” alleging that the defendants engaged in “collusion for the purpose of control of the [Bitcoin Cash] network.”The suit indicates that it was filed on behalf of the plaintiff, UnitedCorp, and was launched on December 6, 2018, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.“We are bringing this suit on behalf of UnitedCorp because we believe strongly in the value and integrity of democratic, distributed and decentralized blockchain networks which will become more important with time. In order to maintain confidence in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin Cash, no person or entity can be allowed to control them,” Benoit Laliberte, president of UnitedCorp, stated in a press release.An Attempt to ControlThe lawsuit claims that during the recent November 15 Bitcoin Cash split, the defendants acted in unison to hijack the network and force an undemocratic protocol change.“This action involves a scheme by a tight knit network of individuals and orga...
The cryptocurrency ecosystem has added well over $8 billion this Sunday as most cryptocurrencies have seemingly out of nowhere started surging. At press time most are posting double-digit gains.
Either it will be the best thing the crypto world will ever experience or a farce in the name of the best thing the world will ever experience. That’s pretty much the discussion around virtual reality (VR), a technology which allows humans beings to experience an immersive illusion of being somewhere else. Many Hollywood blockbusters,...The post Coinbase CEO: Crypto in VR is the Next Big Application of Blockchain appeared first on NewsBTC.
Bitcoin price just pulled off a nice 10% bounce with the next level of resistant at $3,700. Let’s take a look at what can happen next? Bitcoin Price: Market Overview Bitcoin price dropped to a new yearly low at $3,210 and the overall market cap continues now rests at $110.6 Billion. Clearly, bears are still running the show for BTC and the SEC’s final postponement of a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund decision didn’t seem to help. Crypto-fanaticsRead MoreThe post Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC Bounces But Bears Still in Control appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
The Maltese government has announced that a joint declaration of cooperation regarding distributed ledger technology (DLT) has been signed by the island nation’s authorities and by their counterparts from six other Southern European nations including Cyprus, France, Portugal, Greece, Italy, and Spain. In a released joint-statement that was signed in Brussels on December 4th, the ministers from the countries noted that the “digital sphere is an ideal policy area to embark on further cooperation … [and that they aim to make] Southern Europe a leader on emerging technologies, such as Distributed Ledger Technologies.”
The Bitcoin price grabbed the headlines this week, once again plunging to a new yearly low and placing the crypto market on the brink of sinking below the $100 billion level for the first time in 2018. However, there was much more than price action afoot, and, per the usual, much of it involved dramaThe post This Week in Crypto: Never-Ending Bitcoin Cash Drama & a[nother] Blockchain Phone appeared first on CCN
TRX’s price has been enduring a significant decline, market by various lower lows seen in the last few days. Most of the Japanese candlesticks on these lows ended up having a shadow either at the bottom or at the top.