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Scrutiny Intensifies as Tether Exceeds Supply of 1 Billion USDT

Altcoins 1 billion USDT have now entered into circulation, again drawing attention to the operations of Tether. The eight-figure threshold for Tether was passed during the creation of nearly 300 million USDT that has occurred over the last seven days.Also Read: Bitfinex Critic Claims to be Organizing Class Action Lawsuit Against IfinexTether Fir

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Cruchbase Feels Bitcoin Lost Sight of Being a Medium of Exchange

The opinions on the current state of Bitcoin are rather divided, to say the least. Some people think it’s doing well, whereas others grow increasingly worried. According to Crunchbase, Bitcoin is no longer a means of exchange. Instead, it has become slow, expensive, and anything but convenient. This is anything but a popular opinion, mind you, but there is some truth to this statement as well. F

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Bitstamp Currently Receives Over 100,000 new User Registrations per day

Cryptocurrency exchanges have seen major user growth in 2017. In some cases, this also means their services are subject to degraded performance. Bitstamp seems to be doing quite well in both aspects, though. Not only is their platform pretty solid, they also welcome around 100,000 new users every day. An astonishing number, to say the very least.There are few exchanges out there which can handle a

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, IOTA, Litecoin, Dash: Price Analysis, December 16

The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of authors/contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph.com. Every investment and trading move involves risk, you should conduct your own research when making a decision.Bitcoin futures trading volume in its first week was only a fraction of cash Bitcoin transactions. Futures volume has been abysmal at $60 mln per day

Rise of the Bitcoin Politician: Austin Petersen’s Scrappy Run for US Senate

Featured In the run-up to the 2018 November federal elections in the United States, at least three politicians are accepting bitcoin in donation, including an incumbent House member. One hopeful, Austin Petersen, is openly discussing the world’s most popular cryptocurrency’s benefits in his bid to win a US Senate seat. Also read:Tezos Foundation

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The Satoshi Revolution – Chapter 3: Do You Want a Government Fiat Crypto? (Part 4)

Featured The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations.Section 1 : The Trusted Third Party ProblemChapter 3: Trying to Undo Satoshiby Wendy McElroyDo You Want a Government Fiat Crypto? (Chapter 3, Part 4)It is the ability of governments to acquire money without direct taxation that makes modern warfare possible, and a central bank has b

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Traditional Banks Hate Crypto: Expert Blog

Expert Blog is Cointelegraph’s new series of articles by crypto industry leaders. It covers everything from Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies to ICO regulation and investment analysis. If you want to become our guest author and get published on Cointelegraph, please send us an email at mike@cointelegraph.com.Digital currency’s total market capitalization is around $500 bln and the tot

Bitcoin’s Market Cap Surpasses the IMF’s Special Drawing Rights Reserves

Markets and Prices Twenty-four hours ago the decentralized cryptocurrency bitcoin and its US$300Bn market capitalization just surpassed the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Special Drawing Rights market (SDR $291Bn).Also read: Cayman Investment Forum Focuses on Rise of Bitcoin and Failing DollarBitcoin’s Market Valuation Outpaces the IMF

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Hit On Net Neutrality Could Be Blow To Bitcoin

FCC head Ajit Pai has managed to deal a major blow to free and neutral Internet usage by repealing the so-called Net Neutrality laws. Effectively, this allows broadband companies the power to potentially reshape Americans’ online experiences.Effectively, the likes of AT&T and Comcast now have the ability to block certain websites to their customers or even charge more for usage of them. Now,

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Further futures to boost Bitcoin

Most of the action this week has been with the altcoins and Bitcoin has been relatively stable. Ethereum, Litecoin and Ripple all reached record highs and have hugely expanded their market capacities. Bitcoin has slowly inched up from $16,400 to around $17,600 where it currently trades, things could heat up again over the weekend though as more futures contracts will be launched.The start of futur

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