BTC-e has launched new PAMM accounts to allow for more sophisticated trading on its platform.
Traders using the popular platform may now hold accounts in any or all of the seven most popular currencies.
The exchange was down briefly on Sunday, following a powerful distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack against its servers.
In a surprising move, major digital currency exchange BTC-e announced today it would begin trading in Chinese offshore yuan.
The new program will allow customers to send money to debit and select credit cards issued internationally.
Bitcoin prices were the highest observed since the resignation of Mt. Gox CEO from the Bitcoin Foundation on Monday.
The notoriously secretive exchange is gaining traction as a market leader following Mt. Gox's closure.
Following the DDoS attack, Bitstamp has revealed plans to start processing its customers' bitcoin withdrawals again later today.
Russia has officially banned bitcoin, causing BTC-E to pull support for its national currency.
A new statement from the Prosecutor’s Office of Volgograd claims yesterday's BTC-e criminal investigation report was a hoax.