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Bitcoin Cash 1-Day Trading Volume Reaches $204.56 Million (BCH) - BharataPress
Bitcoin Cash (CURRENCY:BCH) traded 3.2% higher against the dollar during the 24-hour period ending at 7:00 AM E.T. on January 12th. Bitcoin Cash has a market cap of $2.36 billion and $204.56 million worth of Bitcoin Cash was traded on exchanges in the last 24 hours. One Bitcoin Cash coin can now be purchased for $134.65 or 0.03682067 BTC on popular cryptocurrency exchanges including Ovis, CoinBene, Gate.io and Sistemkoin. Over the last seven days, Bitcoin Cash has traded down 16.5% against the dollar. Here?s how related cryptocurrencies have performed over the last 24 hours: Bitcoin (BTC) traded down 0.6% against the dollar and now trades at $3,664.31 or 1.00000000 BTC.
January 14, 2019 7:10 AM

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January 14, 2019 6:17 AM

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Volume of Crypto is Dropping, is Bitcoin Headed Below $3,000
Home » News » Volume of Crypto is Dropping, is Bitcoin Headed Below $3,000? In the last 48 hours, the volume of the crypto market has dropped from $15 billion to $13 billion as the Bitcoin price fell below the $3,600 mark. Analysts have started to demonstrate concerns regarding the declining volume of digital assets and the potential scenario of cryptocurrencies free falling without significant sell pressure from bears. Generally, traders in the crypto market expect a lackluster year with low volatility, at least until cryptocurrencies escape the last stage of a 12-month-long bear market and initiate a strong accumulation phase.
January 14, 2019 5:57 AM

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Why we need Bitcoin....and it's not so we can send money to Grandma for her birthday ffs. The system is set to implode. Bitcoin will be one of only a few viable life rafts.
Case for a pending financial collapse is well grounded. ?Ticking time bomb? created by the Fed is set to go off This may be only the start to more mergers within the mining space. Here in the We Market, financial conditions, business prospects and matters of supply and demand don?t much matter; it?s the lifestyle, people, don?t you get it? After laying out the reasoning behind his considerably more pessimistic view on the US economy during his widely watched "Just Markets" podcast, DoubleLine Capital Founder Jeffrey Gundlach - whose flagship Total Return Fund outperformed the benchmark again in 2018 - delved into some of the same themes from his year-ahead podcast this week during a round table discussion hosted by Barron's, during which the legendary bond trader warned that record levels of corporate debt - particularly in the lower-rungs of the investment-grade universe, which has swollen as companies binged on debt to buy back stock during the ZIRP years, could create problems for the equity  market.
January 14, 2019 5:47 AM

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Bitcoin Slides Below $3,600 Leading Overall Crypto Markets to Plunge
-Bitcoin news, price, information & analysis Bitcoin has been unable to maintain above its previous support level around $3,600 and is now nearing the bottom of its recently established range between $3,550 and $4,200. Bitcoin?s price drop has led the general crypto markets to plunge, with many altcoins trading down 6% or more. One analyst now believes that the crypto markets will range for the coming days or weeks, with significant buying pressure existing around $3,000. At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading down 2.5% at its current price of $3,570, down from its daily highs of nearly $3,700.
January 14, 2019 5:19 AM

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Why Cryptocurrencies are the Answer: Lionel Shriver argues that governments can't be trusted not to destroy value and while Bitcoin has problems a stable store of value is much to be desired
The craze for cryptocurrency can be explained by a host of factors: the allure of getting rich quick; the attraction of off-the-grid accountancy for malefactors like tax evaders and drug dealers (though Bitcoin is traceable); the glamour of the new. Despite blockchain currencies? wild volatility thus far, I?d still posit that the more underlying attraction is to a reliable store of value. Bitcoin investors may not recognise their motivation as such, but the impulse behind computer-generated currency is revolutionary: to take the production and control of money away from government. Now that we live in a world of 100 per cent fiat currencies ? backed by nothing ? governments can print their hearts out, and they do. The rounds of quantitative easing since 2008 ? money-printing on Red Bull ? may not seem to have produced the inflation many a conservative economist predicted. But they have. Asset bubbles like London and New York property markets, fine art, collectibles, equities ? hitting historic highs ? and Bitcoin itself are all evidences of inflation. There?s too much money in the world right now, sloshing from investment to investment and bloating every bolt hole one can think of to stash with capital (an unholy proportion of which is founded on debt). Because it costs central banks nothing to turn on the pumps.
January 14, 2019 5:19 AM

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Cryptocurrency Miners Sue Washington State Utility Over 50 Percent Rate Hike
A group of nine cryptocurrency companies has filed a lawsuit against Washington State?s Grant County public utility district (PUD) and its commissioners in response to a new phased rate hike that would increase their energy costs by fifty percent. The complaint, which was filed on December 19, 2018, in the U.S. District Court in Spokane, WA, alleges that the Grant PUD and its commissioners acted ?illegally and unconstitutionally? when they voted to enact a new higher rate classification in August of last year. During a meeting held on January 8th, utility officials agreed that Grant PUD would cover the legal defense costs for commissioners Tom Flint, Dale Walker, and Larry Schaapman, former commissioners Terry Brewer and Bob Bernd, and 10 unnamed Grant PUD employees.
January 14, 2019 4:27 AM

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Why NEO Co-Founder Erik Zhang Says Ethereum Will Overtake Bitcoin
NEO appears to be losing ground in the popularity contest, at least lately. In the glory days of 2017, the ?Chinese Ethereum? was a top 10 cryptocurrency with unstoppable potential. NEO was touted as being faster, better, and capable of handling way more transactions than other major networks. The hype surrounding the project was palpable. Since its heyday in January 2018 when its market cap was over $10 billion, NEO has slipped to 18th place with a market cap around half that amount. What?s happened to see it fall out of favor? The crypto community may be losing interest in NEO, but its co-founder, Erik Zhang, isn?t losing any sleep.
January 14, 2019 3:48 AM

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Yellow Vests Bank Runs, and Tobacco Shops Sell Bitcoin in Paris
On Jan. 7, activists of the French grassroots political development the Gilets Jaunes ? Yellow Vests ? declared a bank run by means of web-based life, basically planning to meet their objectives by destabilizing the neighborhood money-related framework. Named the ?Gatherers? Referendum,? the development?s most recent showing approaches supporters to pull back their investment funds from money-related establishments on Saturday, Jan. 12. While the political activity does not make reference to digital forms of money, it appears that such a keep running on the banks could speculatively influence the crypto showcase ? and the other way around.
January 14, 2019 3:35 AM

www.coinnewseurope.com

Japan Not Considering Approval of Bitcoin ETF, FSA Denies Reports
Home » News » Japan Not Considering Approval of Bitcoin ETF, FSA Denies Reports According to a spokesperson from the Financial Services Agency (FSA), Japan is not considering the approval of a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). Speaking to Bitcoin.com, an FSA representative said: There is no such fact that we are considering approving ETFs which track crypto-assets at present. We are not currently considering approving them. Last week, several sources including Bloomberg reported that Japan is exploring the possibility of approving Bitcoin ETFs as an alternative to Bitcoin futures. The reports led to an increase in anticipation toward the approval of the VanEck Bitcoin ETF filing that is set to be decided by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by the end of February, as the emergence of strictly regulated investment vehicles in a major market like Japan would decrease the risk of price manipulation.
January 14, 2019 3:01 AM

www.ccn.com

Crypto Market Begins to Fall Rapidly Again: Bitcoin Below $3,500
Home » News » Crypto Market Begins to Fall Rapidly Again: Bitcoin Below $3,500 Bitcoin fell below $3,500 as $5 billion was wiped out of the crypto market, and major digital assets like Ethereum recorded a six percent drop against the U.S. dollar. The 4.8 percent drop in the combined valuation of all cryptocurrencies in the global market comes after a strong sell-off on January 11. On January 12, prior to the three percent drop in the Bitcoin price, a cryptocurrency trader with an online alias ?Hsaka? said that Bitcoin was showing a sign of weakness based on its performance from January 11 to 12. Some thoughts. The first wick below the range low led to a tap of the range high. The second one (this current one) has failed to reach that high as of now. Sign of weakness in my opinion.
January 14, 2019 2:53 AM

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On January 12-13 The Cryptocurrency Bitcoin Cash (BCH) fell down in value over -0.92% - K Reviewer
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) had a bad 24 hours as the crypto declined $-1.25 or -0.92% trading at $135.01. According to Top Crypto Experts, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) eyes $148.511 target on the road to $329.088580441546. BCH last traded at Coinbase exchange. It had high of $137.62 and low of $131.84 for January 12-13. The open was $136.26. About 43,923 BCH worth $5.93 million traded hands. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is up 69.36% in the last 30 days from $79.72 per coin. Its down -74.05% in the last 100 days since when traded at $520.37 and the annual trend is down. 200 days ago BCH traded at $713.38. BCH has 17.48 million coins mined giving it $2.36 billion market cap. Bitcoin Cash maximum coins available are 21.00 million. BCH uses SHA256 algorithm and PoW proof type. It was started on 01/08/2017.
January 14, 2019 1:10 AM

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Latin American P2P Bitcoin Markets Defy Global Trend to Set New Records
The Latin American peer-to-peer (P2P) cryptocurrency markets have a seen a significant spike heading into 2019, with the Colombian, Peruvian, and Venezuelan Localbitcoins markets posting record volume when measuring in both fiat and BTC. The Argentinian, Dominican, and Mexican markets also posted record volume for P2P trade in recent weeks. Also Read: 9 Cryptocurrency Firms Sue Washington State Utility Over 50 Percent Rate Hike Despite a steady decline in global Localbitcoins volume during recent weeks when measuring in fiat currency, several Latin America P2P markets consistently posted record trade activity heading into the new year.
January 14, 2019 1:08 AM

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Bitcoin SV Payments for WooCommerce !!
Bitcoin SV Payments for WooCommerce is a Wordpress plugin that allows you to accept payments in Bitcoin SV for physical and digital products at your WooCommerce-powered online store.  You control your own private keys via ElectrumSV.
January 14, 2019 1:02 AM

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New Bitcoin ETF Proposal by Bitwise Aims to Allay SEC Fears
Bitwise has submitted a new Bitcoin ETF proposal to the SEC with new features to allay the government agency?s fears. The march for greater cryptocurrency acceptance marches on, with new businesses accepting virtual currencies every day. However, such progress is still being impeded in the United States by the federal government, notably the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC has continued to deny the launching a Bitcoin ETF. In their latest proposal, Bitwise offers up an ETF that has key features designed to allay the concerns of the SEC. In recently filed paperwork, Bitwise Asset Management has proposed a physically held Bitcoin exchange-traded fund. This new fund is to be the Bitwise Bitcoin Total Return Index, which would track BTC and any ?meaningful? hard forks.
January 14, 2019 12:43 AM

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Smart-card-based mobile wallets Craig Wright Medium
In today?s instalment of business ideas that can be created using IP nChain has developed, I will detail how a smart-card application can both help secure a Bitcoin wallet and allow pseudonymous (private) and secure system authentication. We (nChain) have been awarded or granted a patent on the use of ECDSA as a means to securely share and create keys. The mechanism can be used to create a system that allows uses to authenticate to computers or to create a wallet-key store that can work with a smart card and a mobile phone to allow a single-use Bitcoin key that always updates the address. The existence of Java Smart Cards that have biometrics is not new; such cards are starting to be rolled out into common use.
January 14, 2019 12:14 AM

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New Bitcoin ATM Launched in Akron, Ohio!
   Sell coins for cash: No (Please see other locations) Supported Coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash Limits:    $1500 per day with SMS verification    $2999 per day with SMS + Gov't ID Scan Parking: Free parking behind the building © 2018 Black Frog Blockchain Ventures, LLC.          Privacy Policy     
January 13, 2019 11:37 PM

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Bitcoin, Stellar and the current financial system (with link)
We are living in a society more connected than ever before, almost 3/4 of the people in the world have cell phones which means that everyone has access to virtually all the knowledge of the world. The revolution of the development of the internet has led to huge implications for the economic growth and well being of our societies. New payment technologies allow the possibility to easily send and receive payments online, however, the current financial system has some flaws that could be solved through technology innovations. A brief history of payment systems Historically, the process of exchanging goods and services may date back to at least 100,000 years ago when commodity money appeared as the perfect way for early farmers to make use of their products exceedings (for example wheat), by trading them for other similar goods they lacked.
January 13, 2019 11:36 PM

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New Bitcoin ATM Launched in Baltimore, Maryland!
   Sell coins for cash: No (Please see other locations) Supported Coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash Limits:    $1500 per day with SMS verification    $2999 per day with SMS + Gov't ID Scan Parking: Free parking behind the building © 2018 Black Frog Blockchain Ventures, LLC.          Privacy Policy     
January 13, 2019 11:06 PM

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