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China Could Make Bitcoin Buzz Again as National Congress Looms

Having felt China’s influence before, this week it is important to keep an eye on the communist state as they gear up for their 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC).This form of elections essentially for the totalitarian party will see some reshuffling and power plays between top officials who either fall on the conservative side, or the progressive. In the middle is Bitc

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Blockchain and Smart Cities: On the Way to the Second Capital of China

On Oct. 14, Peng Yijie, a powerful Chinese businessman, visited Chen Gang, the Communist Party Secretary of Xiong'an New Area and Vice Governor of Hebei Province.Peng reported the potential of Blockchain technology to Secretary Chen, trying to persuade him to cooperate on promoting Blockchain innovation in Xiong’an New Area.Smart cityDuring the meeting, Peng said that Xiong’an New Area is the

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ICO Goes Extra Mile to Protect Contributors

Ask anyone in the crypto-sphere, and they’ll tell you the hot topic these days is regulation. After a couple of years of ‘wild west’ ICO and cryptocurrency explosion, governments have begun to crack down.Yet, some companies are taking the necessary steps to comply with the SEC regulations, thereby assuring their investors that they are a safe company to support. While this requires more time

China Will No Longer Negatively Impact Bitcoin Price, 1% of Global Trading

While the future of the Chinese Bitcoin and cryptocurrency markets remain uncertain, the Chinese government will no longer be able to manipulate the market and negatively impact the Bitcoin price.Earlier today, on October 16, LIU Post in New York professor and chair of the department of economics Panos Mourdoukoutas suggested the possibility of the Chinese market bringing the price of Bitcoin down

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At Government-Backed Chinese Conference, Bitcoin is Called “Disaster”

On October 12, in Beijing, the First Workshop on Standards for Digital Fiat Currency (DFC) for Universal Finance Access was held by International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Institute of World Economics and Politics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). Also involved were the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), the Institute of Digital Money, the Chinese Academy of Information a

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Bitcoin Booms in Evolving Markets

As far as adoption goes, Bitcoin follows a familiar pattern. Populous, first world countries in North America, Europe and Asia were first to catch Bitcoin fever, the first to establish exchanges and the first to begin restricting them as well. While early Bitcoin trading in these countries was largely boundless, allowing for things like margin trading and high leverage, as more of each countr

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Bitcoin Price Continues to Rise, Demonstrating Resilience as Core Developer Explains

Throughout the past week, the Bitcoin price has surged from around $4,500 to $5,920, demonstrating a $1,420 increase in value within a relatively short period of time. Since October 14, the price of Bitcoin has endured a minor correction, declining from $5,920 to $5,500. But, Bitcoin Core developer Eric Lombrozo emphasized the resilience of Bitcoin towards various external factors that could have

Julian Assange Thanks U.S. Government for 50,000% Gains on Wikileaks’ Bitcoin Holdings

News The founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has posted a tweet thanking United States government officials and the financial institutions that refused services to Wikileaks for driving them to invest in bitcoin during 2010. Assange’s tweet indicates that Wikileaks’ bitcoin holdings have seen gains of over 50,000%.Also Read: Your Bitcoins

One Woman Surviving Solely on Bitcoin Attempts a Trek from Toronto to Las Vegas

Fintech Satoshi Nakamoto is reported to have insisted acceptance of his invention hinged upon its use as a currency, a functioning instrument of daily trade. To this end, more advocates are taking to public competitions to spread the message of cryptocurrency power.  Bitcoin 20/20With the world’s most popular cryptocurrency approaching 60

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If Hard Fork Happens, Chain Backed By Majority of Miners Will Likely Win

This is an opinion piece, and the views reflected in this article are not necessarily those of Cointelegraph.Bitcoin is rapidly approaching a fork in the road that will determine a great deal about its future. Recently, Cointelegraph published a piece highlighting the so-called forks of “Bitcoin Cash” and “Bitcoin Gold” and explaining that neither were a threat to the network.The upcoming

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