Bitcoin has moved past key resistance levels to reach the highest price since the 10th January. Much of the volume is coming from two Chinese exchanges – ZB and LBank – which have both exceeded Binance as the top crypto exchange by volume in recent hours. At the time of writing, LBank is showing a 24 […]The post Bitcoin price moves through key resistance – are the Chinese buying? appeared first on CryptoNewsReview.
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The plaintiff in a $224M lawsuit against wireless carrier AT&T has turned his attention to a new target. Michael Terpin’s legal team have filed a second suit, this time against 21-year-old Nicholas Truglia, dubbed the “bitcoin bandit” by the New York press. The Manhattan resident, who was arrested on unrelated SIM-swapping charges in November, now […]The post Plaintiff in AT&T SIM-Swapping Case Sues ‘Bitcoin Bandit’ for $81M appeared first on Bitcoin News.
After a several day period with little volatility in the cryptocurrency markets, Bitcoin has now surged above $3,700, which proved to be a level of resistance over the past week. Today’s price surge, despite being relatively small, could be significant in leading Bitcoin’s price back towards $4,100. One analyst also believes that Bitcoin’s latest price...The post Bitcoin: After Breaking Above $3,700 It Could Soon Surge Towards $4,100, Says Analyst appeared first on NewsBTC.
Venezuela, the country seeing new Bitcoin trade volume records on an almost weekly basis, is to get its first ever Bitcoin ATM. Cryptobuyer: ATM Already In Caracas In an interview with local radio and news media network Union Radio, Jorge Farias, CEO of Panama-based Cryptobuyer, said the machine had already arrived in the country’s capital Caracas. “We are going to install the first cryptocurrency ATM in Venezuela over the course of the next two weeks,”Read MoreThe post Venezuela: First Bitcoin ATM Opens ‘In 2 Weeks’ Amid Localbitcoins Shutdown Reports appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
Towards the end of 2018, the whole cryptocurrency market was consumed with thought of Bitcoin entering a death spiral. This first set its base in the space when a professor from Santa Clara University, Atulya Sarin posted an article about how Bitcoin is entering a death spiral and declared that the coin is going to […]The post Monero [XMR]’s lead developer elucidates on Bitcoin [BTC] death spiral appeared first on AMBCrypto.
A total of 27 companies are now utilizing XRP, either as a way to accept payment or to power international remittances. Out of those 27, a total of 13 companies are adopting Ripple’s payment software xRapid, which is designed to utilize XRP to move value across borders. The latest addition is Euro Exim Bank, which plans […]The post Confirmed: 27 Companies Adopting XRP, With 13 Integrating Ripple’s xRapid appeared first on The Daily Hodl.
On January 14, TRX’s price saw a surge that took it to the $0.035 mark. Last week, the cryptocurrency dropped from said market to average at about the $0.20 mark, below its 14-day SMA.
Virtual girlfriends have been making unique, albeit despondent, headlines since 2010. We’ve seen stories about hotels for men with virtual girlfriends, a man who married a singing hologram, and men taking virtual girlfriends on real dates. The market continues to grow, as showcased by the Top 10 Best Virtual Girlfriend Apps for 2019, an update from the year […]The post Virtual Dating Comes To NEO appeared first on Crypto Briefing.
By CCN.com: Money is older than recorded history. As long as money has existed, so too have counterfeiters and crooks. Issuers of currency have spent millennia preventing counterfeiting: Just consider today’s paper bills, which are printed with special dyes on watermarked stock, sport serial numbers, “security threads,” and even hologram strips. Cryptocurrencies, by virtue ofThe post Top 3 Mistakes Investors Make when Managing Their Cryptocurrency Holdings appeared first on CCN