Bloomberg’s Edward Robinson has reported that demand from Wall Street has fueled the recent growth seen by Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has slated digital currencies in a new statement, which may lead to a national ban on Bitcoin exchanges.
A new report has revealed that China may once again resume Bitcoin trading through licensed cryptocurrency exchanges that support anti-money laundering measures.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has launched an investigation into the Ether flash crash that occurred on Coinbase’s GDAX platform.
Chinese Bitcoin exchange OKEx has reportedly been hacked for a sum of $3 million USD, while Chinese police have refused to investigate the matter.
Zimbabwe’s economic crisis has prompted a Bitcoin boom within the country, where citizens are increasingly distancing themselves from Zimbabwean-based assets.
Another Bitcoin hard fork may be imminent this October, as LightningASIC prepares to launch a new variant dubbed Bitcoin Gold.
The Namibian Central Bank has ruled that Bitcoin shall be ruled that Bitcoin may not be used as payment for goods and services.
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Following China’s decision to ban Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), South Korea is now considering imposing regulation and monitoring of cryptocurrencies.