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South Korea Clarifies Position After Reports of Possible Ban on All Crypto Transactions

Economy & Regulation South Korea’s top financial regulators have clarified their position following reports by local media that they have been considering a possible ban on all cryptocurrency transactions, particularly bitcoin.Also read: Russian Presidential Candidate: ‘We Will Legalize Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies’Regulators Dis

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Craigslist Adds “Cryptocurrency Ok” Option to Listings

The classified ads website Craigslist recently added the option for buyers and sellers to specify that they’d like to transact using cryptocurrency. The new feature was added late last week to little fanfare. It was another cryptocurrency news outlet that picked up the development that was subsequently reported in The Verge and other publications.To use the option, sellers simply check a box whe

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Craigslist Adds “Cryptocurrency Ok” Option to Listings

The classified ads website Craigslist recently added the option for buyers and sellers to specify that they’d like to transact using cryptocurrency. The new feature was added late last week to little fanfare. It was another cryptocurrency news outlet that picked up the development that was subsequently reported in The Verge and other publications.To use the option, sellers simply check a box whe

Despite What Politicians Say — Terrorists Don’t Use Bitcoin

Op-Ed Do you know who uses bitcoin? Terrorists, neo-Nazis, and pedophiles. Not to mention the bogeyman, cyber criminals, and that creepy old guy at the end of your street. All of them are using bitcoin right now to do god-knows-what, but whatever it is you can bet it’s naughty. How do we know this? Because our government says so, and governments wo

Litecoin takes off as Bitcoin corrects

Bitcoin has had a wild ride this week, starting out at $11,000 and surging to over $18,200 seven days later. The market has now started to correct and BTC has fallen back to around $13,500 at the time of writing. The massive rush in demand has highlighted a number of inherent flaws in the system. Major exchanges such as Coinbase were overwhelmed with traffic and transactions which brought the site

10 of the Biggest Lies Told About Bitcoin

Featured As British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli once averred, there are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics. Bitcoin is frequently on the receiving end of them all, whether it’s exaggerated statistics about energy consumption or damned lies conflating it with terrorism. We’ve rounded up 10 of the most pervasive mistruths a

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Out of Steam: PC Gaming Platform Ends Bitcoin Payment Option

The utility aspect of Bitcoin faced a setback yesterday as PC gamers heard from Valve Corporation’s Steam Team in a blog post that Bitcoin would no longer be accepted as payment on its digital distribution platform, Steam. Citing the volatility of the currency as well as the rising cost of fees, a representative of The Steam Team, known as “kurtis”, explained that the volatility of Bitcoin h

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Indonesia to Ban Bitcoin transactions; Price Remains Unaffected

As the western world wakes up to the potential of blockchain technology and more institutions recognize it, the countries of Asia remain skeptical. The Asian trading session is always a good indicator of how the rest of the day is going and today BTC surpassed $14,000 for the first time. Many nations of Asia including Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Thailand fully support and embrace Bitcoin and cryp

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Bitcoin Mempool Fills up Again Despite a Rise in Hashrate

Not a week goes by without some Bitcoin mempool drama these days. Every week or so, the number of unconfirmed transactions rises. In most cases, that is a big problem, yet the matter usually gets resolved pretty quickly. In this particular case, however, over 136,000 transactions are pending. This is an unusual development considering the network hashrate has increased instead of decreased. Having

Deep Web Roundup: Aero Sinks and the Ghost of Trade Route Rises

News Welcome to the second edition of Deep Web Roundup in which we collate the most intriguing stories from the darker side of the net. Despite not attracting as many headlines as it did in its 2013 heyday, the deep web is still a hub of paranoia, P2P trading, and pioneering privacy features. Anyone interested in preserving their anonymity on the net

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