Cryptocurrency (137)

Bitcoin Falls Victim to COVID-19 Fears

Bitcoin fell below $6,000 as the global market continues to engage in a coronavirus-fueled sell off. So reports Markets Insider.


S. Korean Regulation Viewed As Big Win for Crypto Legitimization

The National Assembly of South Korea’s legislation and judiciary committee passed a new law to tighten quality control of the cryptocurrency industry, specifically with respect to exchanges. It is being described as a substantial step toward legitimizing the currency. So reports Decrypt.


BitMEX Sell-off Hits Bitcoin’s Value Hard

Bitcoin’s value took a dive as more than $150 million worth was liquidated on the BitMEX trading exchange. So reports Cointelegraph.


Alt Crypto Market is Being Manipulated: Analyst Jacob Canfield

Crypto market analyst Jacob Canfield claims market manipulation is the chief reason for an “altcoins” rally taking place this year. So reports News BTC.


IRS Brings in Crypto Community to Discuss Tax Implications

The IRS invited cryptocurrency organizations to a March 3 meeting to discuss ways to balance enforcement with taxpayer service. So reports Bloomberg Tax.


Varo FDIC Charter 'A Truly Landmark Moment in Banking History'

Varo Money is one major step closer to getting a full, national banking charter after it was granted approval by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for its titular product.


Coronavirus, Fed Comments Possible Reasons for Bitcoin Bull Run: Analysis

Bitcoin hit its highest peak in five months, jumping over $10,000 as it continued to surge in 2020. So reports CNBC.


Forbes Fintech 50 List Features Six 'Blockchain and Bitcoin' Firms

Forbes released a list of its top 50 fintech companies for 2020 and among them were six dedicated to blockchain.


AiX Makes Bitcoin Trade Using AI in First-of-Its-Kind Transaction

AiX, a London-based startup company, executed the first ever Bitcoin-USD trade using artificial intelligence. So reports Decrypt.


Lawmakers Ask 'Is Cash Still King?' During Fintech Hearing

As financial technology continues to take up a larger chunk of the public discourse and the global economy, Congress recently took a hard look at just how disruptive one of its core components—cashless payments—has been, and will be in the future.


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