Bitcoin Faces Move to $8,200 After Dropping Out of Trading Range
Bitcoin's three-day range play has ended with a bear victory. Now prices could visit deeper support at $8,200.
The proposed fork will see 12.5 percent of block rewards diverted to a new BCH-specific development fund. Reactions have been mixed.
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Miller Thomson, the court-appointed law firm representing former users of the QuadrigaCX exchange, wants information about Crypto Capital and whether it holds any of Quadriga's funds.
Lisa Song Sutton, an entrepreneur and bitcoin ATM investor, is running for Congress in the Fourth Congressional District of Nevada. If elected, she'd like to sit down with President Trump and talk about bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
It's moving around the world much faster the second time around, already reaching 91 people.
House of Delegate member Hala Ayala wants Virginia to seriously consider blockchain for the future of elections and the economy.
Digital asset issuer Amun is launching a new product for bitcoin bears on the Swiss Stock Exchange.
The Chamber of Digital Commerce, a blockchain advocacy group, wants a U.S. court to distinguish between an investment contract and the underlying asset used by Telegram during a 2018 initial coin offering.