1. Unicrypt Network : Decentralisation is Trust, Automation is scalability
  2. Bryan Legend is rolling the freight train again with a new project Clever DeFi
  3. DeFi Yield Protocol Liquidity Providers Earn $204,718 in ETH in just 10 days Staking DYP
  4. Holder Finance (HFI) Private Token Sale is Now Live
  5. DeFi Yield Protocol (DYP) Staking and Governance is Now Live
  7. Bitcoin rally and the search for exchanges
  8. The Flaming Farm Token Presale is Live: Here’s How You Can Participate
  9. Flaming Farm Private Sale is Now Live
  10. DEFHOLD Unveils New Products in Time for Christmas
  11. Stratus: First Platform Pioneering Censorship-free Social Media Experience
  12. Mason Tyler is the lead development team for AF Gold.
  13. Participate in DYP Crowdsale, The ETH-Based Project Unlocking Numerous Capabilities
  14. Leading DeFi platform Level01 secures millions ahead of upcoming STO Listing
  15. GOETH- Global Ethereum Community
  16. Introducing the DEFHOLD Token Presale: Join And Buy Tokens Now
  17. MegaTron Decentralized Smart Contract
  18. Top 10 Most Important Cryptocurrencies Other Than Bitcoin
  19. Get Paid to HODL Crypto: DEFHOLD Comprehensive Review
  20. CorionX Initial Dex Offering Announcement: Here’s How To Participate
  21. DistX Platform Launch On Track: Here’s What You Need To Know
  22. Get Ready for the Dettapay Token Presale On DistX Platform
  23. Flowchain Set to Launch DEXG ‘LUNA’ Staking Round
  24. DeFiChain Announces Successful Hard Fork and New Listing on Bittrex Global Exchange
  25. SYNC Network Fair Release: Buy SYNC Tokens and Create NFT Crypto Bonds
  26. Mass Adoption Finally Happening through this Frontier Blockchain: Knox World Pay
  27. How Tycoon will Change the Way of Social Trading
  28. Defichain (DEFI) the No. 1 potential project in Europe
  29. Privacy Tips on Storing and Transacting Ether (ETH) in 2020
  30. Sikix Exchange Launches with MoonPay as a Payments Partner
  31. Introducing the UNICAP Crypto Exchange-Traded Fund & DeFi Ecosystem
  32. Bithumb Global: Earn More While You Learn with BG Learning
  33. BurgerSwap Introduces V2 Protocol With New Burning Functionality
  34. Creditchain Protocol Decentralized Exchange and The Governance Token
  35. BurgerSwap is here to Stay!
  36. TRIBUTE: The Community Controlled DeFi Platform with Deflationary Mechanism
  37. The Power of Gold Meets the Convenience of Crypto – GSX
  38. CoinStats – Ultimate Portfolio Manager Review
  39. MyCointainer: The Ultimate Staking & Masternode Platform for Maximized Staking Rewards
  40. New DeFi Project BurgerSwap Caught the Attention of Crypto Industry Leaders
  41. UAS: The First Government Utilizing its Definitive Pillars to Bring Prosperity
  42. National Payment Platform: The Limitless Potential to Eradicate Hurdles in Current Banking Systems by enabling CBDCs
  43. Falcon: The Prime Project to Disrupt DeFi This September
  44. DeepTradeBot: The innovation of large companies at your service
  45. Zeroone Vs The Crypto Industry: Why CFX Quantum Matters
  46. Five Coins that Will Change the Game in 2020
  47. Stratus Ecosystem; The Best Platform for Maximized Influencer Income
  48. WOM Protocol partners with CoinPayments, the world’s largest cryptocurrency payments processor
  49. How To Buy Bitcoin (BTC) in 2020
  50. WOM Protocol Recommended by Premier Crypto Analyst as only full featured project for August
  51. CPI Token Storms out of the Gates with over 2,300% Price Increase in Under 1 Month, and Several New Exchange Listings This Week
  52. BitYard – The world’s leading cryptocurrency contracts exchange
  53. Crypto-exchange ExMarkets launches its highly-anticipated off-chain staking feature for passive earnings on idle account balances
  54. Fincento – A new crypto exchange
  55. AKODAX: Presenting An All-Inclusive Smart Contract Platform For Stable & Passive Earning
  56. Social Trading and Public Rating Platform – True P&L
  57. BCB Blockchain Announces Listing of Utility Token on Coinbig Exchange
  58. Al Weiss Appointed Chairman (non-executive) of PlayFuel
  59. How I-PRO Will Bring Transparency in the Property Ecosystem
  60. BCB Blockchain announces USD15 million grant and support initiatives for Asia’s tech and blockchain startups
  61. How the Sports Industry Is Integrating Cryptocurrency
  62. MSME Financial Supply Platform, AladiEx to Launch Its Basic Trading Exchange & OTC Trading Facility on 25th June 2020
  63. MixNet 5.0 Superstructure Powered Blockchain Ecosystem ATROMG8 Soon to be Listed on Global Trading Exchange ProBit, South Korea
  64. BCB Blockchain Announces Listing of Utility Token on Boboo Exchange
  65. Top 5 Platforms Where Users Are Betting On Crypto Price Movements And Winning Instantly
  66. The Development Model and Success Forecasts Of PZM Cash
  67. Turkish Crypto Exchange Vebitcoin Triggers Financial Freedom Through its Advanced Trading Platform
  68. Monpax: Effective Blockchain Investment Trading Fund?
  69. Doch LLC introduces a unique AI algorithm to help traders maximize profits by utilizing crypto volatility
  71. “Navigating the Pandemic as a Digital Asset Exchange” — Webinar by ChainUP Received Outstanding Support & Attendance
  72. DogData leverages Immutable Blockchain Technology for Dog Microchip Identification using erc721
  74. premiumcryptoHUB introduces a range of efficient FOREX and crypto trading plans
  75. A new cryptocurrency with local-to-local cashback system for sustainability and prosperity
  76. Why can Eunion be used in the global trading system
  77. BCB Blockchain Links Up with Chains Guard Technology to Beef Up Security for Smart City Solutions
  78. The Hotspot for Exclusive Bitcoin News Videos: Crypto Sharks
  79. London’s Fintech Darling PayQ hits $1.2 Billion in Market Capitalization
  80. Binance announces the $50 Million fund for Indian Crypto Blockchain startups.
  81. WorldMarkets continues with the success of its trading artificial intelligence
  82. NEWSCRYPTO will now reward users for holding the NWC Cryptocurrency
  83. International Conference “Decentralized Future of Unrecognized States”
  84. ASIC development PocketHash, Started mining business in Sichuan, China
  85. World’s First Gold-Backed Blockchain Crowdsale Launching
  86. Gold-Backed Cryptocurrency and why should you invest in it
  87. Benefits of Mining Gold in Sudan and How the SGC will be a revolution for this
  88. Decentralized Casino is making waves with a new genre of online slots
  89. Brexily brings about a revolution in the field of Crypto Exchange
  90. Bitcoin Mixer BitMix.Biz presents securing features for your assets
  91. One of the Most Popular Shonen Manga: Boku No Hero Mang
  92. Manga comes with a setting like the European Middle Ages
  93. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations includes a quite significant filler proportion of 62 percent.
  94. Shopereum, empowering e-commerce with blockchain technology and AI
  95. SGC completing its preparatory work in Sudan
  96. RIJOUX Fashion Business Trip: Milano Fashion Week MEN’S FW20/21 and White Show by Moshe Silberberg
  97. The future of token issuance – Insights about IEO, and DAICO
  98. New opportunities for blockchain in 2020: Compliance is the breakthrough for technology implementation – Vanessa Koh
  99. Bryan Seiler, TAGZ CEO: The Self-Made Entrepreneur
  100. Bitcoin vs. Litecoin: What’s the Difference?
  101. Advantages and Disadvantages of Blockchain by Griffex
  102. Op Ed: Bitcoin Is the Key to Ethical AI
  103. KeepKey Review: Crypto Wallet Comparison Ledger vs Trezor
  104. Save 30% On Ledger Hardware Wallet – Black Friday/Cyber Monday Discount
  105. Cashaa Announces U.S. Dollar Bank Accounts for Cryptocurrency Firms
  106. Best Crypto Lending Platforms: Top Crypto Loan Programs
  107. Video Review: Cryptotag Zeus
  108. CryptoSteel vs BillFODL vs CryptoTag: Private Key Protection
  109. Best Crypto Trading Bots Compared – Top 3 That You Will Ever Need
  110. BTC Bullion: Three Interpretations of Bitcoin as “Digital Gold”
  111. 5 Best DeFi Wallets for Decentralized Finance
  112. BitMEX Compromises User Data in Email Gaffe
  113. Trezor Guide: Crypto Wallet Comparison Ledger vs KeepKey
  114. Bitit Exchange Review – Access The Future Of Money In Minutes
  115. Living on Bitcoin in Europe: High on the Hog in Arnhem
  116. OkEx Announces new Partnerships for Ecosystem
  117. BETR – ICO delivers on its promises 
  118. Binance’s Dubious Token Burn
  119. A Trio Innovative Exchange with all the desired properties
  120. Bitcoin as a Savings Technology: Are Interest Accounts Worth the Trade-Offs?
  121. Coinbase Exchange: Master the Crypto User Review Guide
  122. The 4 Best Hardware Wallets For Bitcoin of 2019 ( + Altcoins Supported)
  123. Report: Canaan Will Be Listed Publicly in the US in November
  124. Griffex – Blockchain Monthly Update: October
  125. Griffex- How Crypto Currency appeared from the outset?
  126. Bithoven Exchange: Master the Crypto User Review Guide
  127. CEX.io Review: Is This Platform Safe To Buy Bitcoin & Ether?
  128. Binance to Leave Malta 
  129. Hong Kong Issues Rules for Crypto Asset Managers
  130. Bitcoin Halving: 2020 BTC Mining Block Reward Chart History
  131. Coinmama Review: Analyzing If It Is Safe & Reliable? [2019]
  132. Secure the Bag: Cutting Transactions in Half to Resolve Bitcoin Network Congestion
  133. How To Calculate Taxes on Crypto (Best Crypto Tax Software)
  134. Bitmain to Play Matchmaker Between Mining Farms, Miners With New Service
  135. 9 Best Websites/Ways To Buy Bitcoins In UK
  136. Ovato Holds IEO on Lukki Exchange
  137. Bakkt Opens Bitcoin Futures Trading, Clocks 29 Contracts in First 12 Hours
  138. How To Instantly Buy Bitcoin With Debit or Credit card
  139. Discovering Bitcoin Part 3: Introducing Money
  140. Premier League’s Watford F.C. Adds Bitcoin Logo to Uniforms
  141. OKEx Offers Customers Tips on How to Grid Trade on its Platform 
  142. 5 Coins to $5 Million: Teeka Tiwari Crypto Investor Event
  143. 9 Best Cryptocurrency Exchanges In The World To Buy Any Altcoins
  144. Bitfarms Expands Bitcoin Mining Operations in Québec
  145. The 7 Best Bitcoin Wallets That You Should Use For Storing BTC
  146. Research Paper: Bitcoin Disrupts International Monetary Policy
  147. 8 Popular Bitcoin Payment Gateways For Merchant Account & Services
  148. Research Paper: Bitcoin Disrupts International Monetary Policy
  149. Guarda Wallet Review 2019: Features, Security & More
  150. Satoshi Freeathlon Raises Awareness Through Sport
  151. OKEx IEOs Proving Profitable Investment for Traders
  152. How To Earn Interest on Bitcoin & Other Cryptocurrencies ( Practical Guide)
  153. How the PlusToken Scam Absconded With Over 1 Percent of the Bitcoin Supply
  154. Crypterium Review: Global Card for Cryptocurrencies (My Experience)
  155. Did the PlusToken Scam Cause a Bitcoin Price Dip?
  156. New IEO on Lukki Launchpad is Starting Soon 
  157. Crypto Derivatives Trading Platform FTX Raises $8 Million
  158. Wily​, brand new artificial intelligence guiding you through the world of cryptocurrencies.
  159. BitPiggys Helps Children Stack Satoshis and Learn Financial Responsibility
  160. Best Time to Invest in Swedish Real Estate : OLM Real Estate
  161. Messaging via Blockstream’s Satellite: Lightning’s Killer App?
  162. Curate Your Authentic Fashion With a Style Discovery DApp 
  163. OKEx Launches Big Data Service to Help Customers Trade
  164. Implications for Bitcoin Now That 85 Percent of Supply Has Been Mined
  165. Chinese Miner Manufacturer Canaan Files IPO With $200 Million Goal
  166. BitMEX Research Confirms Lightning ‘Justice’ Works
  167. Can Graphite Replace Google Drive and Google Docs?
  168. The Ryuk Virus Is Spreading Through China, Asking 11 BTC Ransoms
  169. Binance Coin Price Plummets Following 8th Token Burn
  170. Best Tether USDT Wallets For Various Purposes (2019 Edition)
  171. In Senate Hearing, Facebook’s Iffy Reputation Looms Over Libra Plans
  172. Top 8 Best Crypto Mining Cards to use in 2019 by Deepanshu Bhatt
  173. Op Ed: How to Hedge Your Digital Asset Portfolio Using Bitcoin Futures
  174. Making the Tech an Aesthetic, the Bitcoin Art Scene Is Blossoming
  175. CoinTracking Review: How To Use CoinTracking App (+ Expert Tips)
  176. We Used Lightning Payments for Private SMS Messaging: Here’s How It Worked
  177. The 5 Best Bitcoin Wallets That You Should Use For Storing BTC
  178. CoinDeal Renews Wolverhampton Sponsorship
  179. 4 Lessons the Cryptocurrency Market Taught Us About Investing
  180. Investing In Cryptocurrencies 101: A Beginner’s Guide
  181. New Block Explorer Creates Sonorous, Galactic Experience of Bitcoin Blockchain
  182. Top 5 Cryptocurrency Hacks in 2018
  183. How To Sell Bitcoin for PayPal – Convert your Bitcoins to USD via PayPal (Instantly)
  184. Playing on Layer 2: Satoshi’s Games Brings Lightning to the Next Level
  185. Regulating Cryptocurrency Trading: Making a Case for Regulation
  186. Where to Sell CPS Coin? (Coinpayments Coin)
  187. The Cost of Sound Money: New Tool Tracks Bitcoin’s Energy Consumption
  188. Privacy Coin Analysis: Monero (XMR) vs ZCash (ZEC)
  189. 9 Best Websites/Ways To Buy Bitcoins In UK
  190. At Bitcoin 2019, Scientists Cited in White Paper Weigh In on the Future
  191. Report Claims That “Sextortionists” Absconded With Over $300,000 in Crypto in 2018
  192. 5 Lessons the Cryptocurrency Market Taught Us About Investing
  193. Op Ed: Defining Decentralization: How Ambiguity Continues to Divide Crypto
  194. Stanford Student Calls Out Crypto Professor for Inaccurate Bitcoin Lecture
  195. Cryptopia Calculates That 9.4 Percent of Assets Stolen in January Hack
  196. Decentralized Payment Processor BTCPay Adds New Invoicing Options
  197. Where To Buy Litecoin Cryptocurrency: Best Websites & Exchanges
  198. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Bullish Rejection Wipes Out Bitcoin’s Weekend Gains
  199. How To Instantly Buy Ethereum With A Credit/Debit Card
  200. BitMart and Paxful Team Up to Generate Crypto Liquidity
  201. 3commas Review: The Smart Cryptocurrency Trading Bot
  202. IBM Exec Forecasts a Million-Dollar Bitcoin — When a Sat Will Equal a Cent
  203. Ripple (XRP) Wallet – Best Wallets For Ripple
  204. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Bullish Setups Could Break Current Market Structure
  205. These Are The Best Cryptocurrency Exchanges For Margin Trading
  206. So Far, Only Two Businesses in Ohio Have Used Bitcoin to Pay Taxes
  207. Will This Vulnerability Finally Compel Bitmain to Open Source Its Firmware?
  208. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Consolidation Breaks Out Into Macro Resistance Test
  209. Bitmain Unveils Its Latest Energy-Efficient Mining Chip for Bitcoin
  210. Is It Time to Take an Initiative to Decrease Bitcoin’s Block Size Seriously?
  211. QuadrigaCX CEO Widow Sells Estate Assets, Reportedly Places Others in Trust
  212. Wyoming Passes New Friendly Regulations for Crypto Assets
  213. Judge Delays Decision to Appoint Legal Counsel for QuadrigaCX Creditors
  214. Morgan Creek Bags $40M Raise, Attracts Industry First Funding From Pensions
  215. First QuadrigaCX Monitor Report: $460k in BTC “Inadvertently” Sent to Cold Wallet
  216. 21 Lectures Offers Bitcoin Developer Courses by Schnelli, Decker and Chiang
  217. Bitfury Partners With R&D Firm to Launch Crypto Mining Center in Paraguay
  218. Can I Trust BitFury’s Peach Lightning With My Data? Maybe
  219. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Strong Rally Set to Test Overhanging Resistance
  220. Coinidol.com, the news outlet trusted by ¼ million, joined Pitcher Perfect in Singapore
  221. Abra Users Can Now Buy Stocks and ETFs Using Bitcoin
  222. Blockstream Open Sources Development of Its Proof of Reserves Tool
  223. Lightning Torch’s Bitcoin Payment Is Running a Worldwide Marathon
  224. Living on Bitcoin for a Week in San Francisco
  225. Binance Now Supports Crypto Purchases With Credit Cards
  226. Did 2018 Signify the Downfall of Crypto Funds?
  227. Wrap Your Head Around This: BTC Is Now Featured as a Token on Ethereum
  228. Chainalysis Report: Two Groups Responsible for Most Publicly Reported Hacks
  229. Chainalysis: Darknet Market Activity Nearly Doubled Throughout 2018
  230. Crypto Volatility: Why Volatility is Important in the Cryptocurrency Market
  231. Bitcoin 2019: A Peer-to-Peer Conference for the Whole Bitcoin Community
  232. Crypto Mainnet vs Testnet: What is the Difference?
  233. Living on Bitcoin Day 7: A Supposedly Fun Thing I’d Definitely Do Again
  234. Learn How And Where To Buy Cryptocurrencies – Complete Guide
  235. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Major Support Broken on Expanding Volume and Spread
  236. Ledger Nano S Review: Things To Know Before Ordering The Ledger Wallet
  237. New Zap Point-of-Sale App Enables Merchants to Accept Lightning
  238. Best Cryptocurrency & AltCoins Portfolio Management Apps of 2019
  239. Simon Dixon Reflects on the 10th Anniversary of Bitcoin
  240. 9 Unbelievable Stats That Will Make You Want to Invest in Cryptocurrencies
  241. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Strong Move Likely Following Tightly Coiled Market
  242. Here Is How You Can Buy Bitcoin With A Bank Account
  243. Taproot Is Coming: What It Is, and How It Will Benefit Bitcoin
  244. What Not To Do After Investing In Bitcoin & Other Cryptos
  245. Cboe Pulls Its Proposal for SolidX/VanEck Bitcoin ETF
  246. Living on Bitcoin Day 6: An Artist, a Dev and a Moon Boy Walk Into a Bar…
  247. Living on Bitcoin Day 5: An In-Store Buy At Last (Spoiler: It’s Pot-Related)
  248. Living on Bitcoin Day 4: The Uphill Climb
  249. Binance Expands Fiat-to-Crypto Exchange Into Europe Via Jersey
  250. Haven, a New App From OB1, Lets Users Chat, Shop and Send Crypto Privately
  251. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Bitcoin Tests Boundary Support as Demand Weakens
  252. New BitGo Partnership Lets Clients Trade Crypto Directly From Cold Storage
  253. SWIFT and Ripple Are Not Partnering. They Are Actively Competing Against Each Other
  254. Ethereum (ETH) Continues to Hold Distance from Ripple’s XRP by Market Cap
  255. Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong Still in Love with Bitcoin (BTC)
  256. Crypto Giant Coinbase Bans Pro-Bitcoin Gab Founder
  257. Bitcoin maximalists reveal Proof of Keys failures but is it all just FUD?
  258. Tron (TRX) Continues to Gather Steam In Anticipation of the NiTRON Summit
  259. 5 Japanese Crypto Exchanges Join the Country’s Self Regulatory Association
  260. The Loom Network: Everything You Need To Know
  261. Crypto Exchange Gemini Pushing for Regulation in New Ad
  262. Japan’s Mizuho Bank To Launch its Own Stablecoin By March, 2019
  263. Kraken, Cobinhood and Poloniex Ranked Safest Crypto Exchanges by ICORating
  264. ConsenSys and AMD Partner to Develop Blockchain Based Cloud Computing
  265. Separatist Movement in Cameroon Promotes an ICO to Support its Cause
  266. Bitcoin SV Starts 2019 With a New Logo Which Imitates Bitcoin’s Appearance
  267. Place Tron (TRX) 4th in Coinmarketcap and Have an Ecosystem Larger Than Ethereum: 2 of The Goals for 2019 set by Justin Sun
  268. Crypto Analysts Bullish on Ethereum (ETH) As Constantinople Hard Fork Is Nigh
  269. Bitcoin (BTC) Creator Satoshi Nakamoto More Powerful Than Facebook CEO, Bakkt CEO, Elizabeth Warren
  270. Crypto Giant Circle Traded $24B In Bitcoin (BTC), Altcoins OTC In 2018
  271. OKEx To Support the Upcoming Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork
  272. Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH Floors at $150, Regulators Willing to Learn
  273. Altcoins Daily Preview: Litecoin (LTC), Monero (XMR) Bearish Below $35 and $60, EU’s Fifth AML Directive Bins Privacy
  274. Equity Fund CEO Shuns Bitcoin (BTC) In Favor of ‘Biscuits’, Basic Goods
  275. Stock Market Plunges With Apple at its Front: Bitcoin&Crypto Reflecting Wider Influence
  276. ICO Analysis: CryptoProfile ICO Review
  277. Crypto Adoption: Pro-Blockchain Overstock Pays Taxes In Bitcoin (BTC)
  278. Analysts: Crypto Markets to Surge While Stock Markets Sink
  279. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Back to Support, Bulls Overpowered?
  280. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Range-Bound Market Coiled for Next Move
  281. ZCash CEO Looks To Curb Rampant ZEC Inflation (0.1%/Day)
  282. San Francisco’s “Bitcoin Mafia”: How Bitcoin Started in the City on the Bay
  283. BTC Head to All-Time Highs, XRP Could Become Number One, and BCH/BSV Will Fade Away: 7 Forecasts for 2019 by Weiss Ratings
  284. Neutrino: A Privacy-Preserving Light Wallet Protocol
  285. At Least Twelve Companies Have Confirmed They Working to Adopt XRP -Based Solution xRapid
  286. Bitrue Keeps Its Promise and Will Be Listing 5 New XRP Based Pairs This Week
  287. Altcoins Daily Preview: BCH Rally Slowed by BTC.Top Capabilities, XLM Ceiling at 15 Cents
  288. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP Range-Bound, xRapid Adoption Top Priority
  289. New York Lawmaker Announces Crypto Taskforce via Facebook
  290. Security and Reliability are the Hallmarks of a Robust Blockchain Storage System, Says Lambda Co-founder Lucy Wang
  291. Bitcoin Magazine Launches Custom Block Explorer
  292. Blockchain Storage: Data Integrity Certification Is the Key
  293. Who Created Bitcoin?
  294. Binance Confirms Support for the January Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork
  295. Get Ready for a New Print Edition of Bitcoin Magazine!
  296. Ten Years Later, a Reflection on Bitcoin’s Genesis and Satoshi’s Timing
  297. Welcome to the reGenesis of Bitcoin Magazine!
  298. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Another Breakout To Look Out For
  299. 5 Valuable Lessons From The Cryptocurrency Market in 2018
  300. Ripple (XRP) Price Approaching Key Support versus Bitcoin (BTC)
  301. Did Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Kill Cryptocurrency’s Rally–Again?
  302. Bloomberg: Bitcoin (BTC) Technicals “Flash Buy” As Crypto Recovers
  303. Bitcoin (BTC) Is Stronger Than Ever: The Numbers Don’t Lie
  304. Bitcoin Bull Novogratz Doubles Down On Crypto, Now Owns 80% Of Galaxy Digital
  305. Tron Foundation Burns Another 182.4 Million TRX ERC20 Tokens
  306. Why Ohio’s State Treasurer Backs Decision to Accept BTC For Tax Payments
  307. The January Effect and New Capital: Why Bitcoin (BTC) and other Cryptos Are in the Green
  308. HitBTC Accused of Freezing Customer Accounts Ahead of Tomorrow’s Proof of Keys Celebration
  309. Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Ready for $4,000, HitBTC Insolvent or “Coin” Run?
  310. Altcoins Daily Preview: TRX Bulls Aim at 2.5 Cents, Cardano (ADA)—Tron Could “Flap”
  311. Justin Sun Responds to Jed McCaleb’s Comments that Tron (TRX) is ‘Garbage’
  312. Litecoin (LTC), EOS (EOS) and IOTA (MIOTA) Attempt to Follow Ethereum (ETH) Surge: Price Increase Day
  313. Breaking: Ethereum (ETH) Surpasses XRP On Crypto Standings
  314. Dead Altcoins: Telltale Signs of a Doomed Cryptocurrency
  315. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Larger Reversal Pattern Forming
  316. Legendary Investor: Bitcoin (BTC) May Bottom In 2019, Bullish Phase Incoming
  317. Leading Bitcoin (BTC) Educator: Crypto Market Now More Rational, Tech Maturing
  318. Fortnite Merch Store Now Accepts Monero (XMR): Crypto Adoption
  319. Seven New Year's Resolutions for Bitcoiners
  320. GRAFT Is Looking at an Aggressive Roadmap for 2019
  321. Bitcoin’s Institutionalization: Dates to Watch in 2019
  322. Bakkt Launch Postponed Again and an Update To Be Provided in Early 2019
  323. Jimmy Song: There’s Daylight Between Bitcoin (BTC) And Crypto Assets
  324. Ripple, Stellar Co-Founder: Bitcoin Crash Isn’t A Bear Market, Crypto Still “Way Up”
  325. Lite.IM Adds Bitcoin (BTC) Support to Facebook Messenger, Telegram and SMS
  326. With Nazca, You Can Now Invest In Top Performing Cryptos Automatically
  327. Security Researchers Reveal Wallet Vulnerabilities On Stage at 35C3
  328. Ethereum (ETH), Cardano (ADA) and NEO Showcasing Resistance towards the Bears
  329. Blockchain Analysis Is About to Get Harder as P2EP Enters Testing Phase
  330. Bitcoin-Backed Square Named Yahoo Finance Company of the Year
  331. Kraken Expands its Margin Trading to Include XRP and Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  332. Chinese Survey: 40% Want To Invest In Bitcoin (BTC), 98% Know Of Crypto
  333. Buy Bitcoin (BTC), But Diversify Into Crypto Assets Too: Pantera Capital Partner
  334. Justin Sun Quips That Ethereum’s ConsenSys Will Join Tron (TRX)
  335. Huobi Group To Launch a One of a Kind Exchange Dedicated to EOS
  336. TRON Gaming Should Lead the Way for TRX in 2019
  337. Litecoin (LTC) Price Analysis: Primed For More Gains
  338. Bitcoin Investor: Ethereum (ETH) Is A “Science Experiment” At Best
  339. Tone Vays: When Bitcoin (BTC) Reverses, Altcoins Won’t Return
  340. Bitcoin Subreddit Grew 61% In 2018, Even Amid Crypto Winter
  341. National Bank of Kuwait to Use Ripple for a New Service
  342. eToro Will Not Support BSV. Offers 92$ per Token as Refund
  343. Visa Buys Ripple-Partnered British Fintech “Earthport Plc”
  344. Covesting: The Perfect Social Trading Platform For Crypto Newbies
  345. Tron (TRX) Hits Next Landmark Achievement: Justin Sun Confirms
  346. Ethereum (ETH) Closes In On XRP After 15% Gain
  347. WSJ: Bitcoin (BTC) Trading In Step With Gold Amid Dow Jones Tumult
  348. There May Be (Some) Tax Relief Options if You Sold Your Bitcoin at a Loss
  349. Time Magazine Lauds Bitcoin (BTC) As An Escape From Economic Control
  350. Payoneer CEO Calls Single Currency Bitcoin (BTC) Unrealistic
  351. XRP, Ethereum (ETH) in Position for Big 2019
  352. BTC and Other Cryptos in the Red as CME Bitcoin Futures Expire Today, December 28th
  353. 2018: A Watershed Year For Ripple and XRP
  354. Investor: Bitcoin (BTC) Could Fall Further, But $100k+ Still A Possibility
  355. India May Legalize Bitcoin Under “Strong” Rules
  356. If Bitcoin (BTC) Falls Under $3,200, HODLers Should GTFO: Bearish Trader
  357. Vitalik Buterin: Fan of Bitcoin’s Innovative Tech but Not of its Energy Consumption
  358. Bitmain Reportedly Will Sack Up to 85 Percent of Workforce
  359. Bitcoin Electrum Wallet Attacked: Hacker Steals 200 BTC
  360. Black Christmas as Brazilian Bitcoin Exchange Loses Founder in a Car Crash
  361. Facebook Cryptocurrency Shows Path Forward is Integration, Not Domination
  362. Ripple (XRP) Price Remains Buy On Dips versus Bitcoin (BTC)
  363. BitMEX CEO: Why Ethereum Could Quickly Hit $200 Again
  364. Crypto Enters The Ring: Litecoin (LTC) To Sponsor UFC Match
  365. Ripple’s XRP Last Three Months Wrapped – Most Promising Future Competitor Against BTC
  366. BitBounce: A Crypto Based Email Service (Everything You Need To Know About It)
  367. Litecoin (LTC) Price Analysis: Downside Correction Likely Complete
  368. Ripple (XRP) Vs Stellar (XLM): Which is Better?
  369. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Tumbles, Sellers Could Push For $120
  370. Ethereum [ETH] Back on Recovery Track: TRON TRX Following
  371. BTCP Plunges After Exposé, Team To Hard Fork Bitcoin Private
  372. Binance CEO Confirms XRP Will Be Added As A Base Pair
  373. Litecoin (LTC) Price Analysis: Primed To Break $40
  374. Rumor: Crypto Mining Giant Bitmain May Purge 50% Of Staffers
  375. What’s Behind The Ethereum (ETH) Price Surge?
  376. Major South Korean Business School to Offer a Crypto and Blockchain Focused MBA
  377. Launch of Bakkt Might be Postponed due to Regulatory Delays and current US Government Shutdown
  378. Second Layer Blockchain Scaling: Off-Chain Solutions
  379. Justin Sun Explains How Tron TRX is Working To Develop a Sustainable Cryptocurrency Model
  380. Ethereum (ETH) price analysis: could trade above 50-day EMA for first time since May
  381. Exploring the Speculation that facebook is Building on the Zilliqa (ZIL) Network
  382. Coinbase Rewarding Users to Learn Cryptocurrency Right Move for Industry
  383. XRP Voted as The Best Christmas “Crypto Gift” on Twitter
  384. EOS Unbeaten. Remains 1st on China’s latest CCID Rank
  385. Nano is a Much Better Option for Banks Than XRP. Colin LeMahieu Explains Why
  386. United States Working On a Law to Prevent Iran From Creating a Cryptocurrency
  387. Bitcoin (BTC) Retests $4,000 In Slightly Green Crypto Market
  388. XRP Base Pair on Binance Gaining Steam
  389. XRP More Decentralized Than Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple CEO Says
  390. 12 Days Of Coinbase: The Crypto Good, Bad, And Ugly(?)
  391. Huobi Places 32 Digital Assets on ‘Probation’ for Possible Delisting
  392. Bitfinex Launches Margin Trading for Tether (USDT) Paired With the USD
  393. Nvidia’s (NVDA) Stock Value Plunges by 55% in 3 Months Due to the Crypto Bear Market
  394. Bitcoin Advocate: Bet On Facebook’s Crypto Team
  395. To Use Or Not To Use: Picking Between MyEtherWallet And MyCrypto
  396. Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Slow Down Below $4,000, Up 19 Percent
  397. Justin Sun Urges ConsenSys Staff Facing Lay Offs, To Send their Resumes to the Tron (TRX) Foundation
  398. TRON [TRX] Second Attempt for the $0.021: Standing Out Among XRP, LTC and ETH
  399. Bitcoin Just Registered the Highest Trade Volume of its Whole History
  400. Cryptocurrency ATMs on the Rise Despite Falling Prices
  401. Ethereum (ETH) Co-founder Joseph Lubin Calls A Crypto Market Bottom
  402. CNBC Trader: Bitcoin (BTC) In “No Man’s Land,” $3,000 Likely
  403. Wall Street Journal Suggests Method for Lowering Bitcoin (BTC) Taxes
  404. KuCoin to Delist 10 Digital Assets, Their Trading to Cease by the 24th of December
  405. Energy Incentives Make Bitcoin Mining a Natural Fit for B.C., Canada
  406. Will Facebook’s Foray Into Cryptocurrency Drive 2019 Adoption?
  407. Despite Slump in Crypto Prices, Bitcoin ATMs More Than Doubled in 2018
  408. Coinbase Rolls Out Rewards Program for Users Willing to Learn About Cryptocurrencies
  409. Facebook is Developing a Stablecoin to Power Remittances on Whatsapp
  410. SBI’s VCTRADE Opens Deposits for XRP, Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH)
  411. Coinbase Opens its Doors to Customers in 6 New European Markets
  412. Despite Bear Crypto Markets, SyncFab Development Continues
  413. What is Margin Trading in CryptoCurrency: Learn How to Get Started
  414. Litecoin (LTC) Founder Aims Sights At Crypto Adoption
  415. Litecoin (LTC) Analysis: Price Could Keep Rising Toward $40
  416. Western Union “We Would Be Ready” For Crypto. Ripple Tests Still Ongoing
  417. Report: Ethereum Developer ConsenSys To Lay Off 50% Of Its Employees
  418. Nano Releases Major Update. CoinGate Announces its Support by Stores in Over 100 Countries
  419. Bitcoin Price Live: Massive One Hour Candle Takes BTC Above $4,000
  420. How Bitcoin (BTC) and Crypto Stands to Benefit from the Fed Rate Increase
  421. British Revenue and Customs Agency Clarifies Law on Crypto Taxes
  422. Tim Draper Backed OpenNode Startup Raises $1.25 Million to Develop its Bitcoin (BTC) Payment Processing Platform
  423. Breaking: 88% of Crypto Exchanges are Manipulating Trading Volume to ‘Boost’ Rankings
  424. Sold! Lightning Network Art Auction Goes to the Lowest Bidder
  425. Three Things You Need to Beat Crypto in 2019
  426. Unbanked Iranian University Students Turn to Bitcoin to Pay Tuition
  427. 4,818 Pump and Dump Schemes Involving Bitcoin (BTC) and 300 Cryptos Identified By a Team of Economists
  428. Belgium’s FSMA Lists 14 Fraudulent Cryptocurrency Sites
  429. Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Soar 40 Percent, Next Stop $230?
  430. Altcoin Daily Preview: Tron (TRX/USD) Price Expansion Fundamental, EOS Bulls Aim at $4
  431. Russia’s Lawmakers Consider a Bill Proposing a $9,000 Annual Individual Limit For ICO Investing
  432. Ripple (XRP) Price Turns Super Bullish versus Bitcoin (BTC)
  433. Atari Launching Two Blockchain Based Games
  434. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bulls Waiting for This Pullback
  435. Analysis: Crypto Investors Have Been Buying The Bitcoin (BTC) Dip
  436. Trader: Bitcoin (BTC) Above $4k Is Dead Cat Bounce, Crypto Still In Strong Downtrend
  437. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Strong Rally Tests Overhanging Resistance
  438. Litecoin’s [LTC] Flappening over Bitcoin Cash Failed: BCH Takes Over
  439. Coinbase Sent 5% Of All Bitcoin (BTC), More In $5 Billion “Crypto Migration”
  440. Bitcoin Payment Processor OpenNode Gets $1.25M From Investors
  441. WAVES Almost Doubles in 48 Hrs as its Vostok Project Secures $120 Million in First Round of Funding
  442. French National Assembly Rejects Plan to Loosen Crypto Taxes
  443. Lost Money Trading Crypto This Year? Here’s How to Recoup Your Losses at Tax Time
  444. Bitcoin’s Tech Trends of 2018: What This Year Brought Us (Part 2)
  445. CoinPoker Invites Cryptography and Poker Experts to Debunk their Transparent Card Shuffling Software and Take Home 1,000,000 CHP Bug Bounty
  446. Bitcoin (BTC) Tops $3,800 — Santa Claus Rally Imminent?
  447. Blythe Masters Resigns as CEO of Blockchain Company, Digital Assets
  448. MXC Smart City Integration Launches In NYC
  449. Brad Garlinghouse: If Ripple Shuts Down, XRP Will Continue to Trade
  450. Why Coinbase Will List More ERC20 Tokens In the Coming Days
  451. Nigerian Lottery Company Partners with Quanta to Introduce Blockchain Powered Lottery
  452. Bloomberg: Clues Suggest Tether (USDT) Has the Billions To Back Up the Digital Asset
  453. EOS Price Analysis: Primed For More Gains Above $3.00
  454. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Still Aiming Higher!
  455. Tron (TRX) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Surge Amid Crypto Market Recovery
  456. Dogecoin (DOGE) Third Only To Bitcoin, Ethereum For Active Addresses
  457. Coinbase Now Lets You Convert your Altcoins into Bitcoin
  458. Breaking: Coinbase Lists Dai, Maker (MKR), Golem (GNT), and Zilliqa (ZIL)
  459. Pierre Rochard: “Lightning Adoption Will Basically Mirror Bitcoin Adoption”
  460. Former Goldman Sachs Trading Executive Bullish on Cryptocurrency
  461. Kepler Technologies Launches LUKRUM Portfolio Tracker Application with Advanced Tools for Streamlined Crypto Asset Management
  462. Blockchain Can Fulfil its Promise of Global Business Transformation, says Rafal Szymanski
  463. Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH/USD Solid, adds $3.39 Billion in Three Days
  464. 3 Reasons Why the Bitmain IPO Could Fall Through
  465. Syncing Data Between Bitcoin Nodes Is About to Get Easier
  466. eToro to Expand its Crypto Wallet Services as Investors Owning XRP Demand Answers from the Platform
  467. KuCoin Review: Everything You Need To Know About ‘The People’s Exchange’
  468. Is Regulatory Uncertainty Preventing Banks from Using xRapid?
  469. Altcoins Daily Preview: EOS Resurgence A Breather for Block Producers, Stellar Lumens Ready For 30 Cents
  470. Ripple’s XRP Latest Wrapped Up: Double Digit Price Ascend
  471. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Upside Momentum Gaining Traction
  472. Litecoin (LTC) Price Leader In Uptrend, Outperforms BTC, XRP and ETH
  473. Bitcoin (BTC) Hit $20,000 One Year Ago Today: “Happy Mooniversary”
  474. Bitcoin Surges 10% To $3,550, Yet Calvin Ayre Expects BTC To Fall To $0
  475. BTCPayServer Expands Lightning Operability, Integrates Spark Wallet
  476. Coinbase Opens Up To Altcoins, Launches Crypto-To-Crypto Trading
  477. New Shakepay Feature Turns Your Spare Change Into Bitcoin
  478. Blockstream Satellites Now Cover Asia Pacific, Send Messages With Lightning
  479. Altcoins Daily Preview: Cardano 1.4 Update is Massive, Tron Blasting Transaction Records
  480. CEO of Coinflux Exchange Accused of Fraud and Money Laundering
  481. Cryptocurrency Regulations: Hong Kong Considers Stricter Laws for the Industry
  482. GRAFT is Providing an Alternative to Credit Card Networks via Real-time Authorizations and Service Provider Eco-system on a Private Blockchain
  483. Blockchain Technology Can Solve User Data Privacy Issues
  484. Circle CEO: In 3 Years Bitcoin [BTC] is “Certainly Going to be Worth a Great Deal More Than It Is Today”
  485. Switzerland Working on Major Changes to Develop Pro-Crypto and Blockchain Legal Framework
  486. BTC/USD Price Analysis: “Bitcoin Least Speculative Investment A Person Can Make”– Weiss Ratings
  487. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Another Retracement or Reversal?
  488. Germany’s Second Larget Stock Exchange To Develop Crypto Trading Platform. TD Ameritrade Exploring the XRP Space
  489. Litecoin (LTC) Price Analysis: Buyers Back In Control
  490. CoinDesk Advisor: Crypto, Bitcoin (BTC) Valuation Models Are Wrong
  491. Blockchain Mining Benefits Beyond the Cryptocurrency Spectrum
  492. Litecoin [LTC] Differentiates itself from Bitcoin: Eye-opening Gain?
  493. Ethereum (ETH) Network Hits Key Milestone Amid Crypto Bear Market
  494. Binance Labs Releases 8 Blockchain Projects From Its Incubator Program.
  495. How Binance Is Spearheading Gender Equality in Technology
  496. GP Bullhound sees 2019 bitcoin recovery, credit market crash may help too
  497. Facebook May Be Setting Its Eyes on Crypto. Hires 40 Ex-PayPal Members to Work on Blockchain Division
  498. Linkedin: Blockchain Developer is 2018 Most Growing Job Sector (33X)
  499. Pro-Bitcoin Mick Mulvaney Joins Donald Trump’s Cabinet as Acting Chief of Staff
  500. DDEX To Fork the Ox Protocol, Remove ZRX and Name their New Protocol Hydro
  501. Guide to Crypto Derivatives: What is Cryptocurrency Derivatives?
  502. BTI Report: Only Binance and Bitfinex Exchanges Are Not Falsifying Trade Volume Data
  503. Russian Deputy Finance Minister About Petro Acceptance: “There is no such thing yet”
  504. Why Coinbase Needs XRP Now More Than Ever
  505. Legendary Investor: Bitcoin (BTC) Could Bottom At $3,000, Altcoins To Crash
  506. Ripple Partners With Israel’s Largest Financial Services Firm GMT. AkBAnk Successfully Starts Using It
  507. Crypto Market Holds $100B, BTC, XRP, ETH Post Losses
  508. Bitpay CEO: Bitcoin Price Built Off “Speculation”
  509. BTC Hodlers Propose to Withdraw All Their Bitcoins From Exchanges as a New Tradition
  510. XRP Now Accepted by Hotel Booking Platform “Travala.com”
  511. Tron (TRX) Gathers Momentum As More Developers Migrate to the Platform
  512. Bloomberg Editor Critical Of Bitcoin (BTC) — Wants Blockchain, Not Crypto
  513. Litecoin (LTC) Flips Bitcoin Cash (BCH) In Crypto Bear Plunge
  514. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Conversation Missing the Point
  515. (Former?) Kid Crypto Millionaire Bashes Bitcoin (BTC), Calls It “Dead”
  516. TRON [TRX] Exceptional Network Performance: 2.53MM Txs/day
  517. Coinbase Introduces Free Cash Withdrawals to PayPal for its U.S Customers
  518. Binance Continues to BUIDL as the Platform’s Mobile Trading App Now Has Price Alerts
  519. Op Ed: Bitcoin Is a Declaration of Our Monetary Independence
  520. Binance Adds USD Coin (USDC) to its Combined Stablecoin Market (USDⓈ)
  521. Stablecoin Project of Basis Confirms that it Is Shutting Down Due to Regulatory Hurdles
  522. Samourai Bitcoin Wallet: Fulfiling Bitcoin’s Privacy Promise
  523. Tron Price Analysis: TRX/USD Up $39 million the Last Week
  524. Germany’s 2nd Largest Stock Exchange to Launch a Crypto Exchange by Q2 2019
  525. Altcoin Daily Preview: Stellar Lumens—IBM Partnership Indispensable as IOTA Reveal Alpha and Omega, Path to Decentralization
  526. Is Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Losing Value Due to Bitmain’s Alleged Financial Woes?
  527. Ripple (XRP) Price Could Breakout versus Bitcoin (BTC)
  528. ICOs Could be Forced to Pay Back Millions Following SEC Ruling
  529. XRP Architect, Ripple’s Schwartz Harrowed Over Crypto Adoption
  530. Ethereum (ETH) Price Analysis: Downside Triangle Breakout
  531. Bitcoin (BTC) Revisits YTD Low At $3,220, Crypto Fails To Breakout
  532. Bitcoin (BTC) Extortionists Hit U.S., Canada With Bomb Threats
  533. Finland Hands Over Info for 2,700 Danish Traders to Denmark’s Tax Agency
  534. After $4M Funding Round, BlockFi Eyes Savings Account, Crypto Credit Cards
  535. Tom Lee Claims Market is Wrong, Calls for Bitcoin to be Valued at $14,800
  536. Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD May Soar to $150 if Bulls Close above $115
  537. Daily Altcoin Review: ETH/USD, LTC/USD Ranging, Fundamentals Supportive
  538. Swift CEO To Step Down After 7 Years at The Helm
  539. BitDeer Partners with BTC.com and AntPool to Provide World-Class Computing Power Sharing Service
  540. $133 Million Stablecoin Project of Basis is Reportedly Shutting Down
  541. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Are Bulls Back on Their Feet?
  542. Gaming Firm Wants to Pay Players to Mine Cryptocurrency
  543. Bitcoin (BTC) Stable At $3,400: Analyst Compares Crypto With Dotcom Bubble
  544. Litecoin (LTC) Price Analysis: Bracing For Fresh Rally
  545. Tezos [XTZ] Story – XTZ and Waves Highest Gainers
  546. Ethereum (ETH) Futures Rumors Mount, As CBOE’s Bitcoin Foray Turns One
  547. Ten-Year Jail Term Looms Large for Former Mt. Gox Chief
  548. Forbes Analyst Expects Bitcoin (BTC) At $2,500, Awaits (Another) Awful Crash
  549. Prosecutors Seek 10-Year Jail Sentence for Karpeles Over Mt. Gox Embezzlement
  550. This New Lightning Wallet Allows You to Receive Tips Without Running a Node
  551. Bitwala Is Offering German Citizens Joint Crypto and Fiat Banking Accounts
  552. The World’s First ERC-20 and Bitcoin Atomic Swap Has Taken Place
  553. 7 Major Exchanges Join Forces to Enhance the Cryto Ecosystem in South Korea
  554. Samsung Could Be Developing a Bitcoin (BTC) and Crypto Wallet App for The Galaxy S10
  555. Top 7 Altcoins With A Strong Team To Look At In 2019
  556. TRXMarket: A New Decentralized Exchange on the Tron (TRX) Network Is Now Live
  557. How The Bear Market Will Boost Development on the Tron (TRX) Network
  558. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Accumulating at 30 cents, Ripple Solutions not a Proof of Concept
  559. What to Expect from ‘The 12 Days of Coinbase’ Event
  560. Why Popular 2018 End of Year Bitcoin (BTC) Price Predictions Are No Longer Valid
  561. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Bullish Above $0.3030, Targets $0.3400
  562. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bullish Divergence & Potential Targets
  563. Mike Novogratz Adamant That Bitcoin (BTC) Won’t Fall To $0
  564. Bitcoin (BTC) Falls To $3,400, Crypto Shorts Ramp Up — Sell-Off Inbound?
  565. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Bear Pennant Breakout Puts $1,700 Price in Sight
  566. Winklevoss Twins Unfazed Amid Crypto Winter, Launches Gemini Mobile
  567. Bitcoin (BTC) ‘I Told You So’ At All Time High
  568. Coinbase Might Be Behind Those 856,000 BTC Worth of Transactions
  569. Crypto Holiday Guide: Gifts for Every Bitcoiner on Your Shopping List
  570. The Next Quantum Leap in Financial Trading – [BTC Media Sponsor]
  571. Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH/USD Bullish Above $100, Test of Resolve
  572. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bears Wrestle for Control
  573. Ethereum Wallets, Mining Rigs Still Targeted by Hackers at Low Prices
  574. EOS Price Analysis: Remains In Strong Downtrend Below $2.25
  575. Changpeng Zhao Likens Binance Chain To Ethereum, BNB To ETH
  576. Binance’s Bitcoin (BTC) Trading Share Falters In Crypto Bear Market
  577. Stablecoins Could Lead Cryptocurrency Growth in 2019
  578. Analyst: Crypto Bear Market May Get Worse, Bitcoin (BTC) Fundamentally Unsupported
  579. Cardano [ADA] To Survive and Showcase ‘Interest’ in the long Run
  580. SFOX Posits Factors Behind November Crypto Volatility in Recent Report
  581. Bitmain Follows Industry Trend, Shutters Operations in Israel
  582. Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Accumulating as VanEck Subsidiary Work on “Transparency”
  583. Nagezeni’s trading contest is on fire: one week left to win Lambo
  584. How To Use MarketCap & Supply To Determine A Crypto’s True Value
  585. Altcoin Daily Preview: Tron (TRX) Could Bounce back, CoinBase Prospects Bullish for Stellar Lumens
  586. GShare helps to expand adoption of MGO tokens
  587. Exploring the Chances of a facebook Cryptocurrency
  588. Gazprombank Announces Launch of Crypto Custody Service By Mid-2019
  589. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Remains Sell Near $26 and $30
  590. CEO: Dash (DASH) To Survive Crypto Winter, “Not At Risk of Shutdown”
  591. Crypto Startups Going Bankrupt Amidst Market Crash
  592. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Some Bullish Hints
  593. Bitcoin Price Prediction Gone Wrong: $1M Options Call To Be Purged
  594. BTCC Co-Founder Lee Hints At $333,000 Bitcoin (BTC) Prediction For 2021
  595. Bloomberg Opinion Bitcoin BTC Price Prediction: More FUD for 2019
  596. TenX Cofounder Linked to Pyramid Scheme. “I Learned My Lessons,” He Says
  597. Brave Browser Confirmed as HTC Exodus’ Default Web Browsing App
  598. Cherry on Top: Bitcoin ABC, Bitmain, Ver Target of Suit Following BCH Split
  599. It Is No Longer a Matter of ‘If’, But ‘When’ Coinbase Will List XRP
  600. American Express Praises Ripple’s Capability to Process Cross-border Transactions ‘In a Matter of Seconds’
  601. BSV User Films Himself Supposedly Double Spending his Crypto on a 0-conf Transaction
  602. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Temporarily Overtakes BSV After Gemini Listing
  603. Almost 1 of Every 3 Freelancers Would Accept Cryptocurrencies as Payment
  604. Crypto Trader Still Long-Term Bullish After Bitcoin (BTC) “Bloodbath”
  605. Cardano (ADA), Stellar (XLM) See Green as Investors Respond to Coinbase
  606. XRP Transactions via Apple’s Siri Are Now Possible Thanks to an Independent Developer
  607. UnitedCorps Launches Suit Against BCH ABC Supporters. “Bitmain and Bitcoin.com Hijacked the Blockchain”
  608. Decentraland (MANA) and Enjin (ENJ) are blazing a trail for crypto-infused gaming and Coinbase just took notice
  609. Venezuela to Use Petro Cryptocurrency in International Oil Trade
  610. Crypto, Bitcoin (BTC) Crash Just A “Bump In The Road”
  611. Crypto Collapse Plunges Market Cap to 16 Month Low
  612. Ethereum Constantinople To Launch In Jan. 2019, ETH Surges 10%
  613. Bitcoin (BTC) At $3,400: Crypto Analyst Looks To “Cockroach” News
  614. Ripple’s XRP Closing in to Yearly Lowest: A Temporary Situation?
  615. U.S. SEC Delays Decision on VanEck's Bitcoin ETF Until February 2019
  616. Coinbase Pro Lists the ERC20 Tokens of Civic (CVC), DNT, LOOM, and Decentraland (MANA)
  617. BitGo Hires Trust Company Veteran as CEO of Its Custody Arm
  618. Why We Might Wait a While for Coinbase to List Cardano (ADA), XRP and Stellar (XLM)
  619. TrueUSD Is Now a Base Pair on Binance
  620. Avaloq Spearheads Cryptocurrency Asset Solution Initiative
  621. Cardano Price Analysis: ADA/USD Register New 2018 Lows, Floors not Visible
  622. Coinbase CTO Clarifies That The Firm Will Not Trademark the Word BUIDL
  623. The ‘Loose Theory’ that Wall Street is Manipulating Bitcoin (BTC) and Cryptos To Buy Cheap
  624. Why A Bitcoin (BTC) ETF Might Be Approved in February 2019
  625. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Be Dead Near $20
  626. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bears Push for Wedge Break
  627. Bitcoin SV Flips Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Amidst Market Rout
  628. BitMEX CEO’s Call For Double-Digit Ethereum Comes True: ETH At $90
  629. Bitcoin (BTC) Moves Under $3,500 In Downtrend, Despite Crypto “Tailwinds”
  630. Bitcoin Fund Bets $1M That Crypto Will Outperform S&P 500
  631. Binance Adds Sub-Accounts Feature with Zero Downtime Experienced
  632. Rumor: Bitmain Financials Indicate $740 Million In Q3 Losses Excluding Cost of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Hash War
  633. Global Bitcoin ATM Growth Continues – Now More than 4,000
  634. US Congressman is Working On a Bill To Exempt ICOs and Cryptos From Securities Laws
  635. Bitcoin (BTC) Subreddit Surpasses One Million Subscribers
  636. BitGuild Moves the Bitizens Gaming DApp From Ethereum (ETH) to Tron (TRX)
  637. Nydia Zhang of the Social Alpha Foundation: Using the Blockchain for Good
  638. Binance Adds True USD (TUSD) to its Combined Stablecoin Market (USDⓈ)
  639. Bitcoin Cash (BCH/USD) Price Analysis: Less than 48 Hours after Bitmain Q3 “Leaked” Losses, BCH is $20 Away From $100
  640. Tron (TRX) Continues to Hold On to the Number 10 Spot Ahead of Cardano (ADA)
  641. Quoine CEO Expects New Bitcoin (BTC) All-Time High In 2019
  642. 4 Types of Coins to Diversify Your Crypto Portfolio & Manage Risks
  643. Bitcoin Scams: Singaporeans Losing Thousands of Dollars to Crypto Fraudsters
  644. Zcash Cryptocurrency: Everything You Need To Know
  645. EOS Price Analysis: Next Bearish Target $1.00
  646. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Short-Term Falling Wedge Pattern
  647. Tim Draper Doubles Down On $250,000 Bitcoin (BTC) Prediction, Cites Global Adoption
  648. Bitcoin (BTC) Tumbles Under $3,800, Yet Analyst Expects “More Upside Than Downside”
  649. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Channel Support at Major Floor
  650. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Bears Target $0.2800 or Lower
  651. Waves Rises 50% After Major Updates to its Wallet
  652. Nasdaq Confirms Launch of Bitcoin Futures for 2019: “We’re Doing This No Matter What.”
  653. R3 Announces Global Payment App With XRP as Base Currency
  654. Binance Showcase Decentralized Exchange Progress in Latest Video
  655. Tether (USDT) Flips Litecoin (LTC) In a Sign of the Times
  656. ZCash (ZEC) Now Live on Coinbase and Its Mobile Apps
  657. The Top 10 Best Ethereum Wallets (2019 Edition)
  658. Bitfury Is Implementing Lightning Into Crypto Payment Platform Paytomat
  659. Tron Almost Tripled Ethereum’s Transaction Number, “TRON will grow by 400% in December” Justin Sun Says
  660. How To Select A Bitcoin Wallet: The Definite Guide For Beginners
  661. BitGive Launches Bitcoin Donation Platform GiveTrack 1.0 on Mainnet
  662. What are HD Wallets? (Deterministic Wallet)
  663. Why Binance Coin (BNB) Should Be On Your Radar Henceforth
  664. Best Ethereum Classic Wallets: Hardware And Online Wallets To Store ETC
  665. Bitfinex and Ethfinex to List 4 New Stablecoins: TUSD, USDC, PAX and GUSD
  666. Ripple (XRP/USD) Price Analysis: Breakout Direction—Above 40 cents or Below 30 Cents– Will Define Short to Medium Term Trajectory of XRP
  667. The standard in DIY crypto advertising has arrived
  668. Cryptocurrency Firms Now Licensed Under Updated Banking Regulations in Switzerland
  669. Roger Ver Unfazed By Bitcoin Crash, Maintains Crypto Has Value
  670. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Resumes Significant Downtrend
  671. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: New Trend Channel Forming
  672. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: One More Triangle Bottom
  673. Chinese Crypto Billionaire Developing New Stablecoin
  674. Governments Are Taking Wrong Approach to Cryptocurrency Taxation
  675. As It Ramps Up Enforcement, the SEC Has Been Looking Abroad for Assistance
  676. Bitcoin’s Tech Trends of 2018: What This Year Brought Us (Part 1)
  677. Japanese Government to Track Down Cryptocurrency Income Tax Offenders
  678. South Korea Is Trialing Blockchain Voting — Here’s What That Means
  679. The Rise of Binance Coin (BNB) & Exchange Driven Tokens
  680. Bitfinex Gives Tether Competition, Adds Four of Market’s Top Stablecoins
  681. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Another Triangle Breakout!
  682. CryptoCompare adds commercial API market data service to existing free service
  683. Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH/USD Delicate at $100, Price may Drop to $1 or Snap Back to $250
  684. Bitcoin by Design; Falling Difficulty and Hashrate Makes Mining Easier
  685. CZ Gets a Tattoo of the Binance Logo as a Symbol of His Lifelong Commitment to the Platform
  686. TradingView Quietly Launches an App for Android Devices
  687. South Korea Mulls Imposing Taxes on Cryptocurrency ICO
  688. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Primed For More Declines
  689. Prominent Analyst: Crypto “Very Close” To Finding Bitcoin (BTC) Bottom
  690. Ethereum (ETC) Price Analysis: Bears Win Consolidation Battle
  691. Ethereum Believer Awaits Looming Crypto “Nuclear Winter”
  692. Bitcoin (BTC) Falls Under $3,900, Crypto Exchange CEO Unfazed
  693. Bitcoin (BTC) Has Died 328 Times to Date and Counting
  694. Op Ed: From Gray To Black and White: Traditional Regulations Come to Crypto
  695. Bitcoin’s Network Just Experienced Its Second Largest Downward Adjustment
  696. This Year's G20 Put an Emphasis on Cryptocurrency Regulation
  697. Trading Platform Paxful Completes Construction for Second School in Rwanda
  698. Ohio Technology Funds Announce $100M Support for Blockchain Startups
  699. Drop in Bitcoin (BTC) Mining Increasing Network Risk
  700. Wyoming Passes Bill to Secure Banking Relations for Blockchain Companies
  701. BTC/USD Price Analysis: Bitcoin Surge above $4,700 Could Open Doors for $6,000
  702. CryptoXchange – The Most User-Friendly Platform on the Market With Global Ambitions
  703. The Bahamas Plans to Become a Leading Blockchain Hub
  704. G20 Wants Unified Crypto Regulation and Taxation
  705. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Holding Key Support Above $30
  706. Barry Silbert: Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork Was An Industry “Disservice”
  707. Tom Lee: Bitcoin, XRP, Ethereum Have Staying Power — BTC To Do “Very Well” In 2019
  708. Crypto Bull: Bitcoin (BTC) Under $4,000 Driven By Emotional Overreaction
  709. ZCash (ZEC) Price Disappointment Indication Coinbase Losing Steam?
  710. Craig Wright: Bitcon SV Will Be Processing 1 TB Blocks Within The Next Two Years
  711. Tron (TRX) Announces Accelerator Plan For DApp Creation With $1 Million in Prizes
  712. Stellar Registers 500% Increase in Active Accounts During the Last 6 Months
  713. China’s Tencent Warns of Bug in NEO’s Blockchain That Allows Hackers to Steal Tokens Remotely
  714. ASUS Partners With Quantumcloud to let Gamers Mine Cryptos With Idle-power From Their GPUs
  715. Asian Markets Have a Growing “Appetite” for Ripple, Dan Morgan Says
  716. Tron (TRX) Could Adopt zk-SNARKS To Enhance Privacy by Q1 2019
  717. Morgan Creek CEO: 20x Bitcoin (BTC) Bull Run Possible Over Next Decade
  718. BTC Price Aside, Bitcoin Fundamentals Booming Beyond Compare
  719. Hackers From North Korea Targeting Bitcoin, Crypto Investors
  720. Fidelity Considers Expansion of Digital Asset Trading: “There is Demand for the Next Four or Five in Rank of Market Cap”
  721. Billionaire Novogratz Conference Call: Big Things Coming to Crypto in 2019, 2020
  722. Bitcoin BTC at 100k: The “Dark” Prediction by Max Keiser
  723. Sirin Labs’ Finney Phone + Hardware Wallet is Finally Available
  724. Bitcoin (BTC) Mining Difficulty Is Decreasing But Miners Are Switching Off – What’s Going On?
  725. Satoshi Nakamoto comes alive with first post in 4 years – big news coming?
  726. OceanEx: The VeChainThor (VET) Centered Exchange Is Now Live
  727. Bitcoin is on the Verge of Falling Apart, Says Paul Donovan
  728. Ethereum (ETH) Co-Founder Vitalik Buterin, Awarded Honorary Doctorate by the University of Basel
  729. How Bitcoin Could Have Become Immune to the Effects of Expiring BTC Futures Contracts
  730. Stellar Lumens One Step Closer To Ripple’s XRP – Takes BCH Position
  731. Bitcoin ETF Hype Remains: VanEck, SolidX Rendezvous With SEC
  732. Bitcoin (BTC) Falls Below $4,000, Tumultuous Crypto Market Continues
  733. EU Workers Now Have the Option to Take Their Pay in a Euro Stablecoin
  734. 2018’s Bitcoin (BTC) Chart Mirrors Last Bear Market: ‘Bulls May Awaken’
  735. What Is Cryptocurrency? “Jeopardy!” Features Entire Category on Crypto
  736. With ZCash Support, Is Stellar (XLM) Next for Coinbase?
  737. Week 2: How the Bitcoin Cash “Hash War” Came and Went and Not Much Happened
  738. Cardano Price Analysis: ADA/USD Price Resurgence Largely Depends on CoinBase Listing
  739. VanEck, Cboe and SolidX Meet With SEC to Discuss a Bitcoin ETF
  740. Intel Files Patent for More Efficient Bitcoin (BTC) Mining
  741. “Guidance by Enforcement”: How the SEC Is Slowly Shaping ICO Regulation
  742. Interest in Bitcoin (BTC) is Growing According to Google Trends
  743. “Enforcement by Guidance”: How the SEC Is Slowly Shaping ICO Regulation
  744. Stellar (XLM) is The Best Performing Cryptocurrency on Coinmarketcap’s Top 10. Overtakes BCH’s Place
  745. Ethereum Founder Vitalik Buterin Receives Honorary Doctorate
  746. Zilliqa (ZIL) Releases Testnet v3 in Preparation for the Mainnet Launch
  747. Verge (XVG) Rises over 40% in Hours After Bithumb Listing. Gaps 4 Coins in The Global Marketcap
  748. Wall Street Boss: Bitcoin (BTC) “Has Lived In A Swamp And Survived” – It’s Here To Stay
  749. Envion (ENV) ICO Venture Shut Down by Swiss Court
  750. 2 Reasons Cardano (ADA) Could Be Listed on Coinbase Before Stellar (XLM)
  751. Why Coinbase Probably Listed ZCash (ZEC) Before Stellar (XLM)
  752. Monero (XMR) Now Supported By Crypto Wallet Giant Ledger
  753. Malaysia Set to Enforce Cryptocurrency Regulations in Q1 2019, Says Finance Minister
  754. Dash to Increase Adoption With New Payments Partner
  755. Bitcoin (BTC) Falters At $4,300, Crypto Analysts Await Breakout
  756. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Poised for Continuous Gains
  757. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: New Bullish Channel to Watch
  758. Floyd Mayweather, DJ Khaled Settle Over ICO Hype
  759. Coinbase Launches Zcash Trading Services on Coinbase Pro
  760. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Wait and See Where Recent Signs of Strength Lead
  761. AriseBank CEO Charged in $4 Million Alleged ICO Scam
  762. Total Justice: The CEO Of AriseBank Is Facing 120 Years In Prison For Running A $4 Million Crypto Scam
  763. U.S. District Judge Turns Back SEC Request Regarding ICO
  764. Breaking: Coinbase Pro Adds ZCash, ZEC Surges 15%
  765. BCH/USD Price Analysis: Bitcoin Cash ABC, Bitmain Count Losses while Bitcoin SV Gain $1.7 billion
  766. Report: Crypto Exchanges Are Recording Impressive Revenues
  767. TRON Arcade: TRX Company Announces $100 Million Gaming Fund
  768. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: More Buyers Waiting For This Retest
  769. Bitcoin (BTC) Surges Above $4,000, Analyst Cries “Dead Cat Bounce”
  770. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Rebound Gaining Momentum
  771. Amazon Web Services Launches a Managed Blockchain Service and Quantum Ledger Database
  772. Bitcoin Ransomware: The U.S. Indicts Iranians Over $6 Million Cryptocurrency Cyber-crimes
  773. Ethereum Blockchain: $510M In Binance Coin (BNB) Moved For Cents
  774. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Could Accelerate Above $0.40
  775. Crypto Bears Strike: Steemit Purges 70% Employees, Yet STEEM Up 12%
  776. Novogratz’s Galaxy Digital Loses Millions After Bitcoin, Ether, XRP Bets
  777. Huobi Is Rolling Out Futures Trading on a New Platform
  778. TRON (TRX) Up 20 Percent As Entire Market Sees Green
  779. Coinbase Launches OTC Trading for Institutional Investors
  780. ICE CEO Unequivocally Sure That Crypto Will Succeed, Bitcoin Market Isn’t Worrying
  781. Top 10 Crypto/Blockchain Infographics You Must Know
  782. A First: U.S. Treasury Makes Bitcoin Addresses Focal Point in Sanctions
  783. XRP Retains Position 2 Amid A Market-Wide Bullish Rebound
  784. Amidst Dwindling Prices, Steemit Lays Off 70% of Workforce
  785. Coinbase Launches an OTC Trading Desk to Cater for Demand from Institutional Clients
  786. In Cautionary Speech, Chairman Clayton Parrots SEC’s Bitcoin ETF Concerns
  787. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Live: $400 Gain Sees BTC Rise Above $4,000
  788. U.K. Startup Launches Crypto-themed Toys; Oh, and They’re on the Blockchain
  789. eToro’s New Report Classifies Binance Coin (BNB) as a Utility Token and a Possible Security
  790. Top Cryptocurrency Firms Create Code of Conduct Guidelines for the Market
  791. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Snap Back to Trend as Convergence Take Shape
  792. Harbor Launches its First Securities Offering With Sale of $20 Million USC (Carolina) Dormitory Facility
  793. Why Tether’s (USDT) Reign As the Preferred Stablecoin Might Soon Be Over
  794. SEC: No Rush to Approve Crypto ETFs Due to Lingering Concerns
  795. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bulls Are Back in the Game!
  796. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Eyeing Rebound Above $35
  797. Gold-Backed Stablecoin Makes List of Best Investment Advice
  798. Crossing the Atlantic in Stormy Weather: Coinsquare Expands to Europe
  799. Crypto Analyst: Bitcoin (BTC) To Base At $3,500, But Bears Aren’t Done Yet
  800. Tether Will Soon Allow Direct Redemption of USDT — But With a High Minimum
  801. VanEck Crypto Head Confirms Nasdaq Bitcoin (BTC) Futures
  802. Ether Price Analysis: Untested Support Leaves Shaky Foundation During Drop
  803. OKEx Delists Another 49 Trading Pairs, Withdrawal of 26 Affected Tokens To Close by December 14th
  804. Paxos Standard (PAX) Is Now a Base Pair on Binance
  805. Ripple’s XRP Way Undervalued: The firm’s Impact to the Coin
  806. Mining Bitcoin Forks Has Become More Profitable Than BTC Itself, Miners Pulling Out
  807. Look at Data From Past Bitcoin Crashes and You Might (Possibly) Feel Better
  808. ETH/USD Price Analysis: Vitalik Buterin Holding A $470 Million Paper Loss
  809. NASDAQ Reportedly Looking Into Bitcoin Futures Despite Bear Market
  810. BitTorrent Customers Can Now Pay for Pro and Ads Free Products Using TRX, BNB and BTC
  811. Mexican Startup Wants to Support Venezuelans With $1 Million Crypto Airdrop
  812. Binance Adds Paxos Standard (PAX) To its New Stablecoin Market (USDⓈ)
  813. Po.et’s Mainnet Launch Puts Creative Content Data on the Bitcoin Blockchain
  814. Napston Launches 100% Automated Cryptocurrency Trading Platform based on Proprietary Distributed Artificial Neural Networks Technology
  815. Noah gets recognized as Blockchain project by Department of Science and Technology
  816. Sources Indicate Nasdaq Plans to Launch Bitcoin (BTC) Futures by Early 2019
  817. Bitcoin Tax Payments in Ohio is Now a Possibility
  818. Crypto CEO: Bitcoin Will Remain at $3k-$5k For At Least Half a Year
  819. Ethereum (ETC) Price Analysis: Downtrend Continuation Happening
  820. Pomp Goes On Mainstream Bitcoin Crusade, Calls Bottom On CNBC
  821. Bitcoin Miners Selling Shakes Off Gold Rush Mentality
  822. New Foundation to Focus on Crypto Wallet Interoperability
  823. Mike Novogratz: Financial Institutions Will Step In And Crypto Market Will Flip Next Year
  824. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Blowing Through Support Levels on the Way to $3,000
  825. Ohio Gives Green Light to Paying Taxes With Bitcoin
  826. Binance Renames USDT Market to Combined Stablecoin Market (USDⓈ)
  827. Shrimpy: Now, Automatically Balance Your Cryptocurrency Portfolio For Free
  828. $5 Million Lawsuit Against Bitmain Filed in Northern California
  829. Bitcoin (BTC) Holds Above $3,500 After Plunge, Hashrate Under Scrutiny
  830. OKEx Launches OKPiggyBank for Users to Earn Interest on Spare Digital Assets
  831. Understanding SEC Regulations on ICOs: What You Should Know
  832. Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Stable at $4,000, Paraguay Gives Green Light For the World’s Largest Crypto Mining Center
  833. ShapeShift CEO Bullish On Bitcoin (BTC): Bears In Euphoria
  834. Which Cryptocurrencies Are Supported By The Ledger Wallet?
  835. Hong Kong Crypto Trader: China Crackdown On Bitcoin Is Overstated
  836. The 5 Most Popular Ways To Earn Bitcoin
  837. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD’s Rebound Faces Crucial Hurdle
  838. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Make or Break Level
  839. The Easiest Way To Manage All Your Crypto Currencies From One Platform
  840. XRP Technology is Better Than Bitcoin’s, Cory Johnson Says
  841. Paraguay Endorses Plan to Build the World’s Largest Bitcoin Mining Farm
  842. Forget BCH! There Is a New “Real Bitcoin” In Town According to Calvin Ayre
  843. Mike Novogratz’s Galaxy Digital Falters In Crypto Bear Market
  844. BTC Not Out of The Woods Yet as CME Bitcoin Futures Contracts Expire This Friday
  845. Why Crypto Traders Might Need to Embrace Shorting Bitcoin (BTC) and Other Cryptocurrencies
  846. Why Bitcoin Cash SV is the only top coin rising as crypto crash rolls on
  847. The US Military’s Research Arm of DARPA Seeks to Understand Distributed Consensus Protocols
  848. Binance CEO: 2019 Is The Ultimate Year For Crypto Mass Adoption
  849. Why This Might Just Be the Bottom for Bitcoin (BTC)
  850. Ripple’s XRP Least Value Drop While Bitcoin Hits 14 Months Lowest
  851. Bitcoin BTC to 50k in 3 Years. Chinese Billionaire Zhao Dong Predicts
  852. Breaking: Bitcoin (BTC) Falls Under $4,000, Bottom Calls Ramp Up
  853. Defunct Bitcoin Exchange Mt. Gox to Extend Deadline for Civil Rehabilitation Claims
  854. Edward Snowden: Bitcoin Has Become Too Successful
  855. CBDCs (Central Bank Digital Currencies) Will “Shut Out” Bitcoin, Nouriel Roubini Says
  856. Bitcoin (BTC) Is Not Alone as Tech Stocks Continue to Fall
  857. Overstock Still Bullish On Blockchain, Global Adoption In Its Grasp
  858. End of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Hash Wars, Offers Much Needed Relief for Traders and Miners
  859. Why the TRON Community Believes Bakkt Should Consider TRX
  860. Best Ways To Convert Bitcoins To Cash [USD, EUR, INR]
  861. Cryptocurrency Exchange Bitex Launches Wallet and Trading Service in the UAE
  862. Crypto Insider: Bitcoin (BTC) Won’t Bottom Until $3,000
  863. IOT/USD Price Analysis: Coordinator is Centralized, IOTA Foundation Researching Alternatives
  864. Ambrosus CEO: We’re Far From A Bitcoin Bubble, Crypto Bull Run Likely
  865. One Week Later: The Latest Developments in the Bitcoin Cash Split
  866. Bitcoin’s Lightning Network (LN) Capacity Increases to New All-time Highs
  867. Coinbase Is Facing Another Lawsuit For Allegedly Trying To Suppress Bitcoin – Insider Trading?
  868. BCH Hash Wars Caused a Total Loss of 10 Million USD To Both Camps, Says Bitmex Research
  869. Checkmate: Bitcoin Cash Hash War Ends With SV Surrender
  870. Singapore Grants RMO License for CapBridge to Operate New Security Exchange
  871. “Ripple Is A Great Place To Work” 91% of its Employees Say
  872. Ethereum (ETH) Developers Could Be Planning to Accelerate Network Upgrades
  873. Bitcoin Economist Says Top-ranked Crypto Will Reinvent Capitalism
  874. Fisco Completes Acquisition of Zaif Cryptocurrency Exchange
  875. Stellar (XLM) Edges out Bitcoin Cash (BCH) from the Number 4 Spot on Coinmarketcap
  876. You Can Now Track TRON (TRX) DApps on DappRadar
  877. Winning With Tron: Huobi Is Dishing Out TRX Bonuses To Customers For Using Its Wallet
  878. Bitcoin Miner Giga Watt Files for Bankruptcy Amidst Price Crash
  879. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Wedge Support Test
  880. Crypto Black Friday Looms: Bitcoin Under $4,300, Ethereum Hits $120
  881. Crypto Leaders Weigh In On Bitcoin Collapse, $3,000 Target Touted
  882. Bitpay Exec Makes Bitcoin Price Prediction: $20,000 Possible In 2019
  883. Binance Labs Investing in Compliant OTC Trading Platform Koi.trade
  884. Your Thanksgiving Turkey’s Provenance Might Be on a Blockchain (Seriously)
  885. More Stamps Global: The Only Travel Agency that Accepts Over 40 Cryptocurrencies
  886. Gibraltar's Regulator Grants Full License to the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange
  887. BCH Hash Wars and Tether Manipulation: Not a Good Look for Cryptocurrency
  888. Here’s How You Can Get Amazon to Kick Some Cash to a Bitcoin Charity
  889. Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Finding Support At $4,500, $5,000 Retest Likely
  890. Snark.art Launches Blockchain Laboratory for Tokenizing Artworks
  891. New York Resident Arrested over $1 million Cryptocurrency Theft
  892. VanEck Subsidiary MVIS Launches Bitcoin OTC Index
  893. KuCoin to Delist 6 Tokens, Their Deposits and Orders to Cease Today 22nd November
  894. Blockchain: A Catalyst in the World of International Money Transfers
  895. BitPay Integrates PAX Stablecoin Into Cryptocurrency Payment Platform
  896. A Bug Making Ethereum Transactions on Exchanges Vulnerable Has Been Fixed
  897. Top 5 CPA Firm Confirms Funds in First Attestation of Circle’s USDC
  898. Colorado State Commissioner Issues New Cease-and-Desist Orders Against Four Crypto Firms
  899. Price Dip Aside, Paxful Anticipates Big Week of Gift Card-to-Bitcoin Trades
  900. Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH/USD Ready for $170, Up 3.3 Percent
  901. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Sellers Aiming for $3,100?
  902. SEC: ICOs Can be Securities Offerings and Need to be Registered
  903. North Korea Announces International Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Summit
  904. North Dakota Sanctions Fraudulent Russian Cryptocurrency Company
  905. Chainalysis: Value Of Bitcoin (BTC) Payments Falls By 80% From Jan. 2018 High
  906. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Rebound In Short Term
  907. Blockstream CEO Issues Bitcoin Prediction, $500k/BTC Possible After Gold “Flippening”
  908. Jamie Dimon Getting Last Laugh as Bitcoin Continues to Fall
  909. Op Ed: SEC’s Latest Declaration Creates Legal Minefield for Digital Assets
  910. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Triangle Breakdown Looming?
  911. Bakkt Delays Platform Launch; Announces January as Tentative Roll Out Date
  912. Bitcoin Manipulation: U.S. DOJ Probes Tether and Bitfinex Amidst Price Crash
  913. Riding The Tsunami: XRP Survives Two Crashes With A $4 Billion Lead Ahead Of Ethereum
  914. BREAKING: Bakkt’s Bitcoin (BTC) Futures Launch Pushed to January 24th 2019
  915. Coinmama Review: Analyzing If It Is Safe And Reliable
  916. Op Ed: It’s Time to Reject Mediocrity, #ExitFiat and Embrace Bitcoin
  917. Cryptocurrency Regulations: India Finally Set to Release Draft Document in December
  918. How To Use NordVPN To Stay Anonymous While Using Internet
  919. XRP is One Of The Best Performing Cryptos Of 2018
  920. 9 Best Cryptocurrency Exchanges In The World To Buy Any Altcoins
  921. Bitcoin Hash Rate Declines to August Levels as Some BTC Miners Consider Shutting Down
  922. Atomic Wallet: The Universal Multi-Assets Wallet
  923. XRP Coinbase Custody a Prelude to Exchange Listing?
  924. Just the Facts: An Unembellished Examination of Ross Ulbricht's Arrest
  925. Litecoin Price Analysis: Sell Rallies In LTC/USD Near $40
  926. Huobi Group Sets Up Communist Party Committee in Beijing
  927. Analyst “Incredibly Bearish” On Bitcoin (BTC), $1,000 Possible
  928. Federal Election Commission Gives Green Light for Political Mining Pool Donations
  929. Unfazed: XRP Continues To Outperform Bitcoin, XRP/BTC Up 11%
  930. New Cryptocurrency-Based ETP Arrives in Switzerland
  931. Coinbase Pairing Helps Stellar XLM Despite Plummeting Crypto Markets
  932. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Another Red Day Pushes BTC Into Deeper Support Test
  933. Hoskinson: Satoshi Did “An Amazing Thing”…But There Are Lessons to Learn
  934. Lightning Network Grows By 200% As Bitcoin Defies Price Slump To Dominate The Market
  935. XRP/USD Price Analysis: XRP is $73 Billion Away from “Flippening” BTC as the most Valuable coin the Space
  936. Kraken and Huobi Assign BCH Ticker to Bitcoin Cash ABC
  937. Bitcoin (BTC) Bloodbath Continues in Another Red Day for Cryptocurrencies
  938. Why The SEC Asking ICOs to Register their Tokens as Securities is Good for Ethereum (ETH)
  939. Ethereum Falls to 16 Month Low as Cryptocurrencies Drop Again
  940. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Sellers Next Target $35
  941. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Correction or Continuation Next?
  942. RSK Merges With New RIF OS, Opens Potential for Increased Interoperability
  943. XRP “Flippening” Bitcoin Talk Heats Up On Social Media
  944. Binance CEO: Fidelity’s Foray Indicates That Crypto Market Will Boom
  945. Ron Paul Poll: 50% Bullish On Bitcoin (BTC) As 10-Year Investment
  946. XRP Price Recovers from November 14 Cryptocurrency Market Slump
  947. XRP Has A Good Chance Of Taking On Bitcoin In The Near Future
  948. Binance CEO Hints at How XRP can Become a Base Currency on the Platform
  949. Stellar Lumens (XLM) the Only not Backing Down Against XRP
  950. Research: ICO Performance In Q3 Was “Disappointing,” STOs To Outperform
  951. Bitcoin “Isn’t Boring”: Bloomberg Analyst Makes $1,500 BTC Call
  952. Switzerland’s SIX Exchange, Amun To Launch Bitcoin, XRP, Ethereum ETP
  953. Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork: Hashwar Continues, ABC and SV Remain At Odds
  954. Crypto.com to Launch its Prepaid MCO Visa Cards in the US
  955. Binance Kicks Iranians Out Of Its Platform, Tells Them To Withdraw Their Cryptos As Soon As Possible
  956. American Express and Santander To Use RippleNet to Ease US-UK Cross Border Transactions
  957. Two ICOs Settle With the SEC to Register their Tokens as Securities
  958. CoinPayments Integrates Binance Coin, BNB Now Accepted by 2.3 Million Merchants
  959. Pantera CEO: Bitcoin (BTC) Is A “Serial Killer,” Crypto To Reach Global Adoption
  960. TRON (TRX) Launching Million Dollar Program to Accelerate Cryptocurrency Projects
  961. Coinbase Custody Announces Support for Ripple’s XRP
  962. VeChain (VET) Product Tracking Pilot Project Launched by H&M
  963. “We Did This With Gold”: Could VanEck Be Bitcoin’s Best Bet for an ETF?
  964. World’s Largest Chip Manufacturer Nvidia Hurting From Bitcoin Price Fall
  965. One Day After the Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork: Takeaways and Latest Developments
  966. Progress Report: Lightning Network Surpasses $1M BTC Capacity, 4,000 Nodes
  967. A BCASH Civil War Might Actually Be Good For Bitcoin – Here’s Why
  968. ICO Issuers Settle Registration Charges With SEC
  969. After the Fork: Here’s How Exchanges Are Dealing With Bitcoin Cash
  970. A New Approach to Thwarting “Selfish” Bitcoin Miners
  971. Australian Tax Regulator Warns Against Tax Payment Scams Involving Bitcoin ATMs
  972. Zilliqa (ZIL) Mainnet Launch Scheduled for 31st January 2019
  973. TRX/USD Price Analysis: Tron (TRX) Need CoinBase More than Ever
  974. 3 Global Central Banks Propose Digital Currencies to Ease Cross Border Transactions
  975. Binance Distributes Bitcoin Cash ABC (BCHABC) and Bitcoin Cash SV (BCHSV) Coins
  976. XRP and Stellar (XLM) Continue To Thrive Amidst Market Turmoil
  977. How To Start Investing in Bitcoins – The Beginners Guide
  978. Popular Websites To Buy Bitcoins Instantly Using Debit/Credit Card
  979. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Remains Sell Near $45
  980. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Potential Pullback Zone
  981. Coinbase Exec Bullish On Crypto Mining, Even Amid Market Slump
  982. Crypto Analysts Turn Bearish: Bitcoin (BTC) May Take “Months To Recover”
  983. Dogecoin (DOGE) and Basic Attention Token (BAT) Showcase First Recovery Motives
  984. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Yearly Support Breaks as Bitcoin Tests Underlying Demand
  985. Hedge Fund Manager: The Bitcoin And Crypto Market Disruption Is Nothing To Worry About
  986. Fake Mobile Cryptocurrency Wallet Apps Found on Google Play Store
  987. Binance Will Support USDC Trading Starting November 17
  988. Bitcoin Cash (BCH/USD) Price Analysis: Bitmain Ready To “Sacrifice” Bitcoin Hash for Bitcoin Cash ABC Survival
  989. Cryptocurrency Investing vs Trading: What’s the difference?
  990. Bitcoin Ban is Impossible in India, says Experts
  991. Why The Future of a Bitcoin (BTC) ETF is Uncertain with the Current BCH Hash War
  992. OKCoin Adds the Argentine Peso as It Eyes Expansion Into Latin America
  993. Make it or break it: What makes a crypto project viable
  994. Op Ed: Cryptocurrency’s Unrealized Opportunities for U.S. Tax Professionals
  995. BCH Hash Wars: Ripple’s David Schwartz Had Warned the Crypto Community about Miners
  996. Asia’s CIMB Group Joins RippleNet To Enhance Cross Border Payments in the ASEAN Region
  997. Crypto Crime: Tokyo Fuzz Arrest Eight In $68M Bitcoin Pyramid Scheme
  998. How the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Hash War Is Affecting Bitcoin (BTC)
  999. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Rebound Facing Crucial Resistance
  1000. Op Ed: Anatomy of the Tether Attack: Are Stablecoins Vulnerable?
  1001. Crypto Markets Continue To Toss And Turn: XRP and Ethereum (ETH) In Standoff
  1002. “Bitmain Is Restructuring,” But Jihan Wu Still a Board Director: Source
  1003. Crypto Savant: Bitcoin (BTC) Is The “Medicine You Need”
  1004. IMF Head Makes Case for Central Bank Digital Currencies In Recent Speech
  1005. TRON’s TRX Lands Two New Exchange Listings, The Bears Are Getting Scared
  1006. New York Department of Financial Services Issues 14th BitLicense
  1007. Bitcoin (BTC) Crash! Price Plummets to One-Year Low as Cryptocurrency Market Sees Red
  1008. Korea’s KAIST University Adds Blockchain Application Courses to Curriculum
  1009. Ripple’s XRP Overtakes Ethereum ETH Second Position Amidst Market Plunge
  1010. Target and Google Official Twitter Accounts Hacked, Used for Crypto Scams
  1011. Google, Target Twitter Accounts Hacked To Advertise Bitcoin Scams
  1012. Canadian Court Takes Custody of Crypto Exchange’s Frozen Funds
  1013. Ethereum [ETH] Headed for $180 in Widespread Market Sell-off
  1014. When the Fork Forks: What You Need to Know as Bitcoin Cash Goes to War
  1015. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bulls Still Defending Channel Support
  1016. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Stable as Ripple Net set to power the $637 billion Chinese e-Commerce
  1017. Fake EOS Wallet On Google Play Store Taken Down By Google -It’s Been Stealing People’s Money
  1018. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Price Analysis: Support Holding Ahead of Hard Fork
  1019. OKEx Adds Support for the Vietnamese Dong on Its Fiat-to-Crypto Platform
  1020. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Turns Bearish Below $50
  1021. Ripple Files to Move Securities Lawsuit from State to Federal Court
  1022. Charles Hoskinson: Cardano Foundation Can Grow After Parsons’ Resignation
  1023. Bitbns Exchange & Its P2P Innovation To Keep The Indian Crypto Community Alive
  1024. Bitfury Acquires Minority Stake in Final Frontier, Aims To Expand Services
  1025. American Man Sentenced For $1.1 Million Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC) Scheme
  1026. Thailand Uses Blockchain-Supported Electronic Voting System in Primaries
  1027. SWIFT Kicks Out Iran – Country Responds with State-issued Cryptocurrency
  1028. Bitmain Sues Anonymous Hacker Over $5.5 Million Theft
  1029. Ripple (XRP) CEO: Goal is to Overtake SWIFT Banking Network
  1030. Bitmain Reshuffles Board Ahead of IPO, CEO Jihan Wu Loses Executive Power
  1031. Cryptocurrency Exchange Platform Bitstraq Obtains VFA License in Malta
  1032. Ethereum Price Analysis: Rally Above $250 Could Propel ETH/USD Towards $400
  1033. Energy Sharing Blockchain Project Power Ledger Roadmap Released
  1034. Binance to Undergo an 8 Hr Scheduled System Upgrade on the 14th of November
  1035. Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse: Regulatory Clarity Drives Crypto and Blockchain Adoption
  1036. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Support Held, Bulls Aiming Higher?
  1037. Litecoin Price Analysis: Sell Rallies In LTC/USD Short Term
  1038. Emerging Cloud Server Cryptocurrency Mining Service Splitt Experiences Rapid Growth, Attracts Ten Thousand Investors in Less than Three Months
  1039. Ripple Takes Investors’ Class Action Case Against XRP To Federal Court, Lawyers Expect A Walk In The Park
  1040. Cleveland’s Great Lakes Science Center Now Accepts Bitcoin Payments
  1041. Ethereum Developer: Serenity Is Moving Really Fast, Sharding By 2020
  1042. New Exchange Security Scoring Model Offers Insurance Rates for Coin Holders
  1043. BitMEX CEO: “We Don’t Trade Against Our Customers”
  1044. Trader Jailed and Fined Over $1 Million for Bitcoin and Litecoin Fraud Scheme
  1045. Binance CEO: Volume, User Signup Indicators Are Healthy For Crypto
  1046. Bitcoin Price Set for Breathtaking Moonshot on the Back of Rising U.S. Debt, Says ShapeShift CEO Erik Voorhees
  1047. Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Technically Bearish and Yes, You Can’t Settle using Bitcoin in China
  1048. Bitcoin ATMs About to Reach the 4,000 Milestone Worldwide
  1049. Swiss Crypto Company Obtains Islamic Finance Certification, Eyes Middle East Expansion
  1050. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD At Risk Of More Losses
  1051. Does the Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork Hurt Mainstream Adoption?
  1052. Roger Ver Speaks On Looming Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Fork
  1053. New Zealand Fiat-Backed Stablecoin to Make a Comeback in 2019
  1054. Ethereum’s (ETH) Constantinople Upgrade Could Happen as Early as January 16th
  1055. This Limited Edition Watch Will Cost You $25,000 in Bitcoin (BTC)
  1056. Binance CEO: Sooner Or Later, A Crypto Bull Run Will Happen
  1057. Ripple’s XRP Maintaining Position Above $0.5000 Against USD – Nasdaq
  1058. McAfee: Bitcoin (BTC) At $1 Million By 2020 Is “Conservative”
  1059. Survey: 9% Of Britain Millennials Own Bitcoin (BTC)
  1060. Tim Draper Stays Bullish on Bitcoin, Markets See Green
  1061. VanEck: A Bitcon ETF Approval Would Mean An In-Flow Of Billions Of Dollars In Investment
  1062. Bloomberg: Institutional Interest in Cryptocurrency is Low
  1063. Revolut CEO: Wall Street Doesn’t Want Cryptocurrency Yet, But I’m Bullish For 2019
  1064. Binance Opens its Doors to Institutional Investors
  1065. Tron’s (TRX) Decentralized Exchange is Now Live on TronScan
  1066. BitMEX to Settle Contracts using Bitcoin Cash ABC After BCH Hard Fork
  1067. NEO Founder: “Blockchain Can Barely Survive Within the Existing Financial Regulation System”
  1068. ICO Exit Scam? 13,000 Ethereum (ETH), Crypto Startup Disappear Overnight
  1069. Getting bored with casual collectible blockchain games? Cubego could help
  1070. Investor Lawsuit Brought Against AT&T, T-Mobile for SIM Swapping Hacks
  1071. Charlie Shrem Scores A First Win In A $32 Million Court Battle Against The Winklevoss Twins, Assets Unfrozen
  1072. Early Win for Shrem: Judge Unfreezes Assets in Winklevoss Lawsuit
  1073. Ripple Effect: XRP to Serve as Collateral for $300 Million Cred USD Loan Facility
  1074. Amazon and ConsenSys-Built Kaleido Launches Full-Stack Marketplace
  1075. Thailand SEC Announces Imminent Launch of Country’s First Cryptocurrency ICO Portal
  1076. Fraudulent South Korean Exchange Pure Bit Nabs $2.8M in ICO Exit Scam
  1077. Craig Wright to Roger Ver: “You Are My enemy. You Have F*cking No Idea What That Means”
  1078. Bitstamp Review: Not Everything Old Is Gold
  1079. Cryptocurrency Investor Protection Laws are Necessary, says Korean Bar Association
  1080. Tron Price Analysis: TRX/USD Could Drop to 1.5 Cents, Sheds 3% in the Last Day
  1081. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Short-Term Channel Breakout, Pullback Next?
  1082. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Ready to Aim for Upside Targets
  1083. Litecoin Price Analysis: Can LTC/USD Bounce Back Above $54?
  1084. XRP, Stellar, EOS and Cardano Rated as The Best Coins by Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings
  1085. Google Former Chairman Impressed on the Capabilities of Ethereum
  1086. BAT Goes Live On Coinbase Consumer, Falls 6%
  1087. Square’s Bitcoin (BTC) Revenue Continues to Climb
  1088. The Privacy-Crypto ZCash [ZEC] Price Still Holding Against Seller: Coinbase
  1089. Tron (TRX)’s New Listing On Indacoin Comes With New Trading Pairs, Enters Australia And Russia As Trading Volumes Increase By 260%
  1090. Binance Launches Research Arm For "Institutional-Grade Research Reports"
  1091. University of Guelph Joins Left to Build Mesh Networks in Canadian North
  1092. In the Race for a Bitcoin ETF, Wall Street Has Plenty of Hurdles to Clear
  1093. EtherDelta Founder Charged by SEC For Operating an Unregistered Exchange
  1094. Circle’s Poloniex Is Offering Support for Bitcoin Cash Hard Forks
  1095. Bitmain’s New 7nm Chip Miners Are Available for Purchase Today
  1096. Marshalls President to Face No-Confidence Motion for Creating a Sovereign Crypto Currency Criticized by the IMF and the U.S Government
  1097. Blockstream Releases Full Node Access, Wallet, Block Explorer for Liquid
  1098. TRON (TRX) Partners with NeoWorld, Creators of a 3D Virtual World on the Blockchain
  1099. JRR Crypto Hosts Token Design Competition in Berlin – [BTC Media Sponsor]
  1100. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bulls Waiting for Channel Dips
  1101. Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Bearish ahead of Nov 15 Hard Fork
  1102. Trading Platform ‘eToro’ Launches New Cryptocurrency Wallet
  1103. $1.6 Million in Bets Handled on the Augur (REP) Network During the US Mid Term Elections
  1104. New Ranking Puts Binance At The Top Spot Among Crypto Exchanges, Huobi And OKex Fall Behind
  1105. Shrem’s Lawyers Fire Back: Bitcoin’s “First Felon” Never Owned 5,000 BTC
  1106. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Uptrend Intact For This Reason
  1107. Civic CEO Bets That Bitcoin (BTC) Won’t Hit $28,000 By 2020
  1108. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Testing Important Buy Zone
  1109. Ethereum (ETC) Price Analysis: Ready to Test Channel Bottom
  1110. XRP Price Surge Good News for Stellar XLM Investors?
  1111. Basic Attention Token (BAT) Story: Price Break Above
  1112. Colorado and California Just Elected Pro-Bitcoin Governors
  1113. Revolutions and Counter Revolutions: Andreas Antonopoulos Reflects on 10 Years of Bitcoin
  1114. XRP Beats Ethereum In Market Cap As It Kicks Off A Surprise Bull Run – Is Bitcoin The Next Target?
  1115. How The XRP Tree Project Is Reducing the Environmental Impact of Ripple Technology
  1116. TEMCO & LogisticsX Form Global Supply Chain and Logistics Alliance (GSLA)
  1117. XRP/USD Price Analysis: SWIFT Integration Rumor, White House Talks Fuel Bulls Aiming at Parity
  1118. Explaining Hash Rate Or Hash Power In Cryptocurrencies
  1119. Why An SEC Announcement Is What Stands Between Bitcoin (BTC) and a $7,200 Price Value
  1120. Guide to the Best Cryptocurrency Exchange Platforms
  1121. Explaining What Volatility Means In The Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency World
  1122. Bitcoin (BTC) Futures Volatility Hits All-Time Low, Yet Crypto Moves Higher
  1123. 11 Crypto Trading Tools Highly Recommended By CoinSutra [ Exclusive ]
  1124. Crypto Mining Startup Bitfury Secures $80M From Galaxy Digital, Others
  1125. Crypto Exchanges Ranked on Insurance Risk by Cybersecurity Firm
  1126. “Elon Musk” Crypto Scam May Have Snagged Dozens Of Bitcoin (BTC)
  1127. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Rally Could Extend Above $58
  1128. BTCC Announces the "Indefinite" Closure of Its Mining Pool
  1129. XRP Doubles Ethereum In Market Cap As It Kicks Off A Surprise Bull Run – Is Bitcoin The Next Target?
  1130. Bitfury Secures $80M in Private Funding Round
  1131. Cryptocurrency Hackers Arrested in Turkey
  1132. Blockchain is Airdropping $125M in Stellar Lumens to Its Wallet Users
  1133. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Quick Bullish Pullback Opportunity
  1134. MINDEX, GMEX Group and HYBSE join forces to launch the first blockchain securities exchange in Mauritius
  1135. Stellar Foundation to Airdrop $150 Million in XLM to Blockchain Wallet Users
  1136. Andrew Fleming, Former Dow Jones Executive, Joins BTC Inc as Head of Media
  1137. Ethereum Price Analysis: Despite Upbeat Preview, ETH/USD Bearish Below $250
  1138. TRON (TRX) To Decentralize Further By Removing the Power of the Genesis Representative
  1139. Vitalik Rejects Rumors of Him Leaving the Ethereum (ETH) Project
  1140. Litecoin Price Analysis: Continue Buying Dips In LTC/USD
  1141. Ripple’s XRP Initiates Bull-Run: Returns Above $0.5000
  1142. China's Central Bank Wants to Put the Damper Airdrops: Report
  1143. How Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Is Making Strides in Accelerating Crypto Adoption
  1144. BitMEX Launches New Fork Monitoring Website to Keep Track of Bitcoin Forks
  1145. Market Still Hot for Asia’s Largest Freelancer Marketplace App
  1146. New DASH Text Payment Service, Eases Cross Border Remittances in Venezuela
  1147. Japanese Company Trials Cryptocurrency Payment Option for Limousine Rides
  1148. BTC/USD Price Analysis: Institutions Buying Bitcoin ahead of Bakkt Bitcoin Futures Launch as Price Bounce off $6,000
  1149. EOS Price Analysis: EOS/USD Could Accelerate Above $6.00
  1150. How Coinbase Can Ignite a Bitcoin (BTC) and Crypto Bull Run in Q4 of 2018
  1151. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: More Bullish Confirmation
  1152. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD’s Rally Gains Pace, Buy Dips
  1153. XRP On Fire As It Goes Live As The Base Currency On CoinField Exchange – 61 Countries Already In the Mix
  1154. Op-Ed: November Is Here – Will Bitcoin Repeat Its 2015 Behavior?
  1155. Bitly Blocks Certain Crypto Links: “Mastering Ethereum” Book Affected
  1156. Coinbase Joins Binance In Support For Impending Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Fork
  1157. Bitcoin Cash [BCH] Stellar Performance Leaving Leading Coins [XRP ETH BTC] in Dust
  1158. How To Explain Bitcoin To Anyone And Everyone
  1159. ShapeShift CEO: Crypto To Overtake Scammy Fiat
  1160. AMD Partners With Seven Major Tech Firms to Create Better Products for Crypto Miners
  1161. “Currently, Bitcoin is gaining strength,” Report by OneAlpha says
  1162. Tether (USDT) Returns To $1.00 Parity After Weeks Of Skepticism
  1163. Coinbase Lists BAT, Could Stellar Lumens (XLM) Be Next?
  1164. Rapper T.I. and Business Partner Ryan Felton Sued for Securities Fraud
  1165. Winklevoss Brothers File Charges Against Bitcoin Investor And Ex-Convict Charlie Shrem – They Want 5,000 Bitcoins
  1166. Venezuela’s Supreme Court of Justice Recognized Petro Cryptocurrency as Legal Tender
  1167. The Future Stellar Lumens [XLM] $1.00 Prediction Turning Visible
  1168. U.S. S&P 500 Price Index Now More Volatile Than Bitcoin (BTC)
  1169. The SEC to Rule on 9 Bitcoin (BTC) ETFs After November 5th
  1170. Google CEO’s Son Adopts Crypto, Mines Ethereum (ETH)
  1171. OKEx Beats Binance and Wins the Title of “Crypto Exchange of the Year” at Malta’s Cryptocurrency Conference
  1172. Bears Strike Again: BitMEX Analysts, CEO Call For Bitcoin Price To Hit $2,000
  1173. Coinbase Is Officially Adding Support for Basic Attention Token (BAT)
  1174. Ripple Exec: XRP Is “Bitcoin 2.0” – It’s Like Bitcoin On Steroids
  1175. SEC’s End-of-Fiscal-Year Report Reveals Heavy Action Against ICO-Related Fraud
  1176. TRON Founder Justin Sun: “This is Just the Beginning of a Fantastic Story”
  1177. Taiwan Amends AML/CFT Laws, Includes Regulatory Requirements for Cryptocurrency Operations
  1178. Winklevoss Twins Sue Charlie Shrem For Allegedly Stealing 5,000 Bitcoin
  1179. Bitcoin ETF in 2018 is Highly Unlikely, Says ‘ETF Godfather’
  1180. 3 Spooky Real-Life Use Cases for Crypto and Blockchain Technologies
  1181. Latest Tron (TRX) News: Token Burn, New Listing and a $10k Donation By Justin Sun
  1182. IOTA (MIOTA) Now Supported on the Ledger Nano S
  1183. Ledger to Suspend Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Support on the 15th of November
  1184. John McAfee Will Run for President in 2020 to Promote Cryptocurrency
  1185. Ethereum CryptoKitties Creator Scores $15M From Google, Samsung
  1186. Blackrock CEO: Crypto Still Lacking Legitimacy, Bitcoin ETF Will Have To Wait
  1187. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Recovery Looks Real, More Gains Possible
  1188. Bithumb and seriesOne Partner to Launch U.S. Securities Token Exchange
  1189. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Potential Upside Targets
  1190. Tether Confirms That It Is Banking With Bahamas-Based Deltec
  1191. CoinGecko’s Q3 Cryptocurrency Report Suggests Rough Outlook for Ethereum
  1192. Hong Kong Securities Regulator Promises to Regulate Crypto Investment Funds
  1193. Ethereum 2.0, Pure Casper and Never Seen Before Scalability – Vitalik Buterin
  1194. Coinsource Receives BitLicense to Operate Bitcoin ATMs in New York
  1195. Cryptocurrency Market Sentiment Returns Positive: 0x ZRX Highlight
  1196. Unchained Capital Revamps Loans With Multi-Party, Multi-Sig Storage
  1197. Brazil: Cryptocurrency Wins! Court Orders Banks to Reopen Exchanges’ Accounts
  1198. Op Ed: 10 Takeaways From Recent French Guidance on Blockchain and the GDPR
  1199. Breaking: Tether (USDT) Confirms its Banking Balance and New Bank Account in the Bahamas
  1200. Here’s Why CoinGeek Support Craig Wright and Bitcoin Satoshi Version ahead of the Bitcoin Cash Software Upgrade
  1201. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Could Keep Rising
  1202. How The US Mid-Term Elections Might Affect Bitcoin (BTC) and other Cryptocurrencies
  1203. Over 21,000 XRP Donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital via the XRP Tip Bot and Coil
  1204. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD’s Previous Support Now Resistance
  1205. Oyster (PRL) Founder Responds to Exit-Scam Accusations. Says “Everyone is Fired”
  1206. Op Ed: Bitcoin’s Energy Consumption Is Neither Frivolous Nor Excessive
  1207. Tron TRX Growing on South Asian Markets, Japan Specially
  1208. It’s the 10th Anniversary of the Bitcoin White Paper. Have You Read It Yet?
  1209. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bulls Defend Channel Support Again!
  1210. Binance Freezes Funds on Multiple Accounts with Dubious Crypto Exchange
  1211. MobileGO Joins Xsolla to Deliver More In-Game Payment Options
  1212. EY Prototype Allows Private Transactions on Ethereum’s Blockchain
  1213. JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon Does ‘Not Give a Sh*t’ About Bitcoin (BTC)
  1214. Indian Officials Consider Ban on “Private Cryptocurrencies”
  1215. Cryptocurrency Faces Blanket Ban in India
  1216. Wasabi Wallet 1.0 Is Here to Make Bitcoin Transactions More Private
  1217. Reversible ICOs Proposed at Ethereum’s (ETH) Developer Conference in Prague
  1218. Monero [XMR] Latest Highlights that are Making Bulls Return: Price
  1219. Cryptocurrency Exchange Platform ‘Coincheck’ Resumes Account Opening and Trading of Few Virtual Currencies
  1220. Huobi to List Nano (NANO)
  1221. American Man To Be Sentenced For Dealing Millions In Bitcoin (BTC)
  1222. VeChainThor (VET) Based OceanEx Exchange to Start Alpha Testing in November
  1223. OmiseGO (OMG) Recovering as Ecosystem Update Posted, Plasma Audit Successful
  1224. Happy Birthday, Bitcoin! A Letter From Ross Ulbricht
  1225. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Recovery Facing Sellers
  1226. BlockFi Announces Global Expansion of Its Crypto-Backed Loan Services
  1227. Funds SAFU: Changelly Recovers 1 Million XRP ($460,000) For Bithumb
  1228. Telefónica and Rivetz Add Civic’s Identity Verification for Mobile Users
  1229. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Time to Buy on Dips Again?
  1230. Crypto Platform Coinbase Secures $300 Million in Series E Funding Round
  1231. XAPO CEO Wences Casares Continues to Champion Bitcoin For the Right Reasons
  1232. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Weekly Consolidation Hints Toward Sustained Breakout
  1233. M2O brings blockchain pills to companies’ headache
  1234. Standardized Specifications for Enterprise Version of Ethereum Announced
  1235. Former U.S. Fed Chair Calls Bitcoin “Anything But Useful,” Rehashes Tired FUD
  1236. Distributed Dialogues: Political Censorship in China
  1237. Infinito Wallet Launches Multi-Blockchain API for Developers, Powering Easy and Efficient DApp Development
  1238. Bytom Is Connecting Physical and Digital Assets – [BTC Media Sponsor]
  1239. Hope for XRP and Tron (TRX) as Coinbase Promises to List Hundreds of Cryptocurrencies
  1240. Storj Launches Version 3 of Its Decentralized Cloud Storage Platform
  1241. Regulatory Fears in the UK Might Have Caused the Price of Bitcoin (BTC) to Fall
  1242. What to Expect at the 4th Ethereum (ETH) Developer Conference that Starts Today in Prague
  1243. ICON (ICX) Demos Three Projects In Seoul Government Collaboration
  1244. Tim Draper: Fiat To Falter, Crypto Assets To Succeed
  1245. EOS Price Analysis: Sell Rallies Near $5.25-5.30
  1246. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Another Consolidation Test
  1247. The New XRP TipBot Mobile App Goes Live As XRP Scores Two More Listings – Could This Be A Trigger?
  1248. Thomson Reuters Partners With Startup for Next Level Derivatives Exchange
  1249. Bitcoin (BTC) and Altcoins ETH, XRP About to Hit Monthly Lowers: Market Plunge
  1250. The Same Equity Firm That Owns Korbit Exchange Just Acquired Bitstamp
  1251. Breaking: Bitstamp Sold to a South Korean Investment Firm
  1252. Three Years Later, Ethereum’s Hottest DApps Are (Still) ICOs and Cats
  1253. Bittrex Is Going Global with a New International Exchange Based in Malta
  1254. Korean Crypto Exchange Earns Key Government Cybersecurity Certification
  1255. eToro Becomes the First External Trading Platform to List Binance Coin (BNB)
  1256. Binance Vs. Bitmex: Which Cryptocurrency Exchange To Choose?
  1257. BTC/USD Price Analysis: Volumes Surge as Bitcoin Drop Below $6,500
  1258. New EOS21 Protocol “Teleports” Tokens Between Ethereum and EOS
  1259. Thailand SEC Issues Warning on Unregulated ICOs
  1260. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Eyeing Upside Break
  1261. “Coinbase Could Compete With the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq” Danny Masters says
  1262. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Can Sellers Stay in Control?
  1263. Fidelity Digital Assets Lead: Crypto And Blockchain Will Surge in 2019
  1264. MapleChange Crypto Exchange Hacked For 913 Bitcoin (BTC), Exit Scam Likely
  1265. Ripple – The Firm Behind XRP Attracts Google Technologist to come Aboard
  1266. Ethereum Co-Founder On CNBC: Crypto Isn’t Going To Collapse, Fundamentals Booming
  1267. The Hyperledger Fabric Now Supports Ethereum’s (ETH) Virtual Machine
  1268. Of Life, Death, And Cryptos: What Happens To Your Digital Assets When You Die?
  1269. Has Bitcoin’s Price Become Immune to the Effect of Expiring BTC Futures Contracts?
  1270. TRON (TRX) is Now Supported on the Trust Wallet Backed by Binance
  1271. “Bitcoin is a scam, Sell Everything”… Says The Living Bitconnect Meme Carlos Matos
  1272. 3 Factors Currently Affecting the Price of Ethereum (ETH)
  1273. Microsoft Excel Plugin Will Let Users Send and Receive Bitcoin (BTC) Via Lighting Network
  1274. Analyst: Bitcoin (BTC) Price Action Is Encouraging, Rebound Possible
  1275. XRP Sales Doubled in Q3 2018, Ripple Reports
  1276. Falling Bitcoin Price Volatility Now Lower Than Tech Stocks
  1277. Monero Fees Drop to 0.0001 XMR on Binance and Bittrex After Hard Fork
  1278. ZCash (ZEC) Meets Monero (XMR) Bulletproofs With “Sapling” Protocol
  1279. BitPay CEO: We’re Bullish On The Bitcoin Blockchain, Even Amid Altcoin Boom
  1280. TRON (TRX) Constant Development: Price Attempt to Clear Monthly Tanking Trend
  1281. Verge (XVG), Tron (TRX) and Horizon (HZ) added onto NetCents’ Merchant Gateway
  1282. Electroneum (ETN) Surges 27% as New Fiat Trading Pairs Offered
  1283. BitGo, Crypto Startups To Put Bitcoin (BTC) On Ethereum Blockchain
  1284. Coinbase Fires 15 Employees: Crypto Bear Market’s Fault?
  1285. Dogecoin (DOGE) Battling to Bottom-Out and Recover: Latest News to Read
  1286. CEO of Visa Open to Embrace Cryptocurrency if the Market Moves that Direction
  1287. VeChain Enters Blockchain Partnership With Cyprus, VET Doesn’t React
  1288. UK Government Shuts Down Proposed Gold-Collateralized Cryptocurrency
  1289. There’s Still Hope For Cryptocurrencies In China As A Shenzhen Court Rules In Favor Of Bitcoin
  1290. IRS Advisory Committee Requests Clearer Guidance for Crypto Tax Code
  1291. TRON (TRX) Zooms Past BTC, ETH and XRP in Daily Transaction Volume
  1292. Crypto is Property: Chinese Court Upholds Citizens Rights to Own Bitcoin
  1293. Block One Yet to Release Audit Report clearing them of EOS Wash Trading
  1294. Bitfury May Be Mulling Over an IPO
  1295. Bitcoin ATM Saga: Indian Police Arrest Second Unocoin Co-founder
  1296. XRP/USD Price Analysis: XRP Bullish as Institutional Demand Jump 450%
  1297. Quarterly Bitcoin (BTC) Futures Contracts by the CME Group Expire Today, October 26th
  1298. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Sellers Could Take Control
  1299. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Which Direction Can It Break Out?
  1300. Coinbase Bitcoin Cash Lawsuit Dropped by U.S. Court
  1301. XRP Theft: Australian Woman Docked for Stealing $450,000 Worth of Ripple Cryptocurrency
  1302. CNBC’s Ran NeuNer Hints At “Coinbase IPO,” Confusion Ensues
  1303. Ripple’s XRP Doubles Institutional Money Pouring-In in Q3 2018
  1304. Introducing Ethermium: New DEX crypto exchange
  1305. Poloniex Revised Terms of Use, Shutters Services in Several Countries
  1306. Tech Giant Sony Creates A Multi-Purpose Crypto Hardware Wallet With New Security Features
  1307. Coinbase Lawsuit at a Standstill as Judge Grants Motion to Dismiss
  1308. Has Bitcoin (BTC) Become the New ‘Stablecoin’?
  1309. HUOBI Group Sets up Shop in Africa, Middle East and South Asia
  1310. Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson to Algorand Founder: “We Finally Have Some Real Competition”
  1311. Blockchain Releases Hardware Wallet Co-Developed With Ledger
  1312. Cryptocurrency Adoption: Australia Post Ventures into Digital Currency
  1313. Tom Lee Expects Bitcoin (BTC) to Be “One of The Most Profitable Cryptocurrencies” of 2019
  1314. Bitcoin (BTCUSD) Price Analysis: Bullish Pin Bar Prints, BTC Could Recover
  1315. XRP, Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) ATM Seized By Indian Authorities
  1316. Stellar (XLM) Based Stablecoin To be Pegged to the Australian Dollar (AUD)
  1317. Huobi Group Reveals Expansion Plans to Africa, Middle East and South Asia
  1318. How Bitcoin (BTC) is 10,000 Times More Efficient Than Banks
  1319. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Extends Range Trading
  1320. DeVere CEO: Cryptocurrency Market To Grow By 50x In Next 10 Years
  1321. Blockchain Verification and Decentralized Subversion in Cambodia
  1322. New Report: Crypto Market To Hit $1.4 Billion In Value Within The Next 5 Years
  1323. A New Australian Dollar-Backed Stablecoin Slated to Launch on Stellar
  1324. Stratis (STRAT) Certified Microsoft ISV – 20% Surge
  1325. The Past Month, Bitcoin Has Been Less Volatile Than NASDAQ, DOW and S&P 500
  1326. 3.5 Million Users Can Now Buy XRP using Credit and Debit Cards After Changelly–SimplexCC Partnership
  1327. Japanese Financial Services Authority Approves Self-Regulation for Crypto
  1328. Forbes Launches “Forbes CryptoMarkets”
  1329. Why do people hate Bitcoin & Cryptocurrencies? Here’s 5 Common Misunderstandings
  1330. SEC’s Meeting with of SolidX, VanEck, and CBOE Paves the Way for a Bitcoin ETF
  1331. David Chaum on Digital Privacy: “The Cat Is Out of the Bag”
  1332. Introducing XRP United, The First Full Exchange Dedicated to the Digital Asset
  1333. Breaking News: Cryptocurrency Self-Regulation Approved by Japan’s FSA
  1334. Fidelity's Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology SVP Joins BLOQ as COO
  1335. TEMCO: “Foundation X” AND TEMCO PARTNERSHIP!
  1336. Op Ed: In Defense of Bitcoin: A Response to Nouriel Roubini
  1337. VC Firm Makes 100 Crypto Startup Investments, Fulfilling Four Year Pledge
  1338. Blockstack Looks to Boost Decentralized App Usage Through New App Mining Program
  1339. NANO Developers Cleared in Lawsuit over BitGrail Hack
  1340. Regulators Approve Coinbase to Offer Custody Services in New York State
  1341. Ripple’s XRP Instantly Recovers: Latest Opinions and News
  1342. A Year After Launch, BTCPay Has Grown Larger Than Its Creator Expected
  1343. Wirex Cards To Be Launched in the US for Use With BTC, ETH, LTC and XRP
  1344. Coinbase Just Added Its First Stablecoin
  1345. Here’s Why The $6,000 and $100 Billion Bitcoin Psychological Support Will Likely Hold
  1346. Why Tron (TRX) vs Ethereum (ETH) Is a Healthy Rivalry
  1347. An AMA on the Future of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: With IBM Blockchain's Jesse Lund
  1348. Why Tesla Accepting Bitcoin (BTC) and Crypto Would Be Ideal for Both Industries
  1349. Op Ed: Why Satoshi Nakamoto Deserves a Nobel Prize
  1350. Binance Lists Decred, DCR Pumps 25% to 11 Week High
  1351. Report: Cryptocurrencies Should Be Governed by Current EU Financial Laws
  1352. Stellar (XLM) Price Analysis: Is That a Reversal Pattern?
  1353. The Basic Online Security Guide For Cryptocurrency Baby Boomers
  1354. Bakkt’s Futures Platform Slated to Begin Trading in December
  1355. All Eyes On GoChain As It Records Double-Digit Gains After Winning Binance Competition
  1356. Bitmain Releases Overt AsicBoost Firmware for Antminer S9
  1357. Sign Ups Now Open on OceanEX, the Crypto Exchange Built for the VeChainThor (VET) Ecosystem
  1358. Monero Transaction Fees Reduced by 97% After Bulletproofs Upgrade
  1359. Blockchain Engineers are Earning Lucrative Salaries
  1360. Civic Looks to Expand Adoption With App-to-App Developer Tool
  1361. The TronLink Extension Allows You to Access the Tron (TRX) Blockchain On Your Browser
  1362. Minting the Future of Cryptocurrencies – [BTC Media Sponsor]
  1363. EOS Price Analysis: EOS/USD Buyers are Back!
  1364. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Bears to Push Price Back Down?
  1365. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Holding Significant Support
  1366. Monero (XMR) Becomes Bulletproof: Transaction Fees Fall By 97%
  1367. You Can Now Sip Cappuccino And Pay In Cryptos In Over 130 Coffee Shops In Europe- Cyclebit Is About To Make Cryptos Very Popular
  1368. Ravencoin (RVN) Continues Surge, Up 200% Since Binance News
  1369. Ripple Expands its List of Partnerships with MoneyNetInt and MoneyMatch
  1370. Qtum (QTUM) Story, Latest Partnership and Currently Outclassing NEM and Maker by Price – Prediction
  1371. Fundstrat’s Tom Lee: $25k For Bitcoin (BTC) Still Possible, “People Are Too Bearish”
  1372. Siacoin’s (SC) Hard Fork to be Implemented on the 31st of October to Block Bitmain’s ASIC Miners
  1373. All Eyes On Zilliqa (ZIL) as its Mainnet Launch Approaches
  1374. This Week’s Verge Coin News: Nascar, a Partnership and XVG Mass Adoption Drive
  1375. Flying HYGH
  1376. Tron (TRX) Based DApps Have More Than Doubled Since the TVM Was Activated
  1377. The Rise of Stablecoins: Less Fun Cryptocurrency, More Viable Money
  1378. CNBC’s Brian Kelly: Cryptocurrency Market To See “Institutional Herd” Arrive By Q1 2019
  1379. Litecoin (LTC) Transaction Fees To Be Drastically Slashed, Dev Calls For Adoption
  1380. New Audit Report: ICO Market “Worse Than We Thought”
  1381. Justin Sun:”It’s Just The Beginning” As Tron (TRX) Cruises Past Ethereum In Daily Transaction Volume – Possible Bull Run Loading?
  1382. SALT Adds Dogecoin (DOGE), “Very Lending, Much Liquidity”
  1383. Marco Santori on Airdrops and the “Complete Picture” of SAFT Regulation
  1384. Michael Arrington Moved $50 Million USD Worth of XRP In 2 seconds Spending Just 30 Cents in Fees
  1385. Bitcoin Magazine Week in Review: Stablecoins Take the Spotlight
  1386. Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Regulations by International Financial Task Force Imminent
  1387. Ethereum Constantinople Blockchain Upgrade Delayed Until 2019
  1388. Goldman Sachs and Mike Novogratz Announce Multi-Million Dollar Investment in Bitgo Seeking to Attract Institutional Investors
  1389. US-Based Company Becomes First to Get Cryptocurrency ICO Approval from Bermuda
  1390. Will there be a SWIFT – Ripple Partnership Soon?
  1391. Crypto Platform Huobi Launches ‘All-In-One’ Stablecoin Amid Tether Fears
  1392. Why Are Altcoins No Longer Getting Good News Boosts
  1393. Ethereum is Back on the Cryptoverse Spotlight, Drawing Attention of Both Developers and “Haters”
  1394. North Korean Hacking Group Lazarus Behind $571M in Hacks Since January 2017
  1395. CNBC: 2018 Bear Market “Opportune” For Crypto Merger & Acquisition
  1396. Ether Price Analysis: Historic Support Tested Amid Signs of Distribution
  1397. US-Based Bitcoin Hedge Fund To Cough Up $2.5 Million For Running A Ponzi Scheme
  1398. Mass Failure Rate Recorded in Inaugural Malta Cryptocurrency Agent Examination
  1399. Report: Tether Limited May Be Planning to Wind Down Operations
  1400. BREAKING: Binance is Now Back Online
  1401. Ethereum’s (ETH) Annual Developer Conference Is Less than 2 Weeks Away
  1402. Public Vs Private Blockchain: What’s The Difference?
  1403. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Approaching Crucial Support
  1404. Report: Despite Price Volatility Blockchain and Crypto Jobs Are In Demand
  1405. Russian Central Bank Reports Cryptocurrency “Fever” Is Waning
  1406. Decentralization Gains Traction: Go-Ethereum Fifth Most Active on Github
  1407. Billionaire Mike Novogratz Criticizes Tether, Bullish on Other Stablecoins
  1408. SEC Sets Up Open Line of Communication for Fintech Projects With FinHub
  1409. Vechain and a Major Multinational Firm Sign an Agreement in Front of The King and Queen of Norway
  1410. Braiins OS: An Open Source Alternative to Bitcoin Mining Firmware
  1411. Multinational Security Firm Launches Cryptocurrency Custodial Solution
  1412. New BitConnect Class Action Combines All Former Suits — And Targets Youtube
  1413. Elon Musk Sells “Boring” Flamethrower For Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin
  1414. U.S. Marshals to Auction Off $4.3 Million in Bitcoin
  1415. OmiseGO Close To Completing Plasma Integration
  1416. Blockchain-Powered HTC Smartphone Debuts October 22
  1417. Still think Cryptokitties is the most profitable game? These DApps will prove you are wrong
  1418. Rwanda Adopts Blockchain Technology to Combat Conflict Mining of Tantalum
  1419. Omni, a Start-up Advised by Chris Larsen and Stefan Thomas, Integrates XRP
  1420. Why ZRX Was First On Coinbase Before BAT, ZEC, ADA and XLM, and Which is Next
  1421. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Looks Set to Rally Above $54
  1422. With a Functional Mainnet, Baidu Might Be the First of Many Partnerships For TRON (TRX)
  1423. Qtum (QTUM) Enters “Historic Partnership” With Amazon Web Services, Surges 5%
  1424. New Study Finds Fault With Cryptocurrency Decentralization
  1425. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bullish Continuation Breakout!
  1426. Ripple Reveals Another Global Financial Institution Using XRP-Powered xRapid
  1427. No Connection Required: How One Dev Sent Bitcoin While Off the Grid
  1428. Monero (XMR) “Bulletproof” Blockchain Upgrade To Go Live, Investors Bullish
  1429. CME Group: Bitcoin Futures Trading Is Up 41 Percent in Quarter Three
  1430. Cardano (ADA) Representatives from Emurgo and IOHK Applauded by their Supporting Community
  1431. A Bitcoin ETF is “Years Away,” Says The CEO of Pantera Capital
  1432. Canadian Blockchain Company Sees Opportunity in Newly Legalized Cannabis
  1433. Bloomberg: Colleges Are Learning to Handle Donations in Bitcoin (BTC)
  1434. Class Action Suits Launched Against Cryptocurrency Mining Investment Company
  1435. LINE Corp Announces Exclusive LINK Listing on BITBOX Cryptocurrency Exchange
  1436. Lawyers File Series of Civil Suits on Behalf of MGT Capital Investment Customers
  1437. India’s Zebpay Heads to Malta After Regulatory Issues At Home
  1439. Conflict of Interest and Insider Trading Accusations Taint Ox (ZRX) CoinBase Listing
  1440. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Remains Supported on Dips
  1441. Q3 2018: Binance Rakes In $85 Million, Burns 1.6 Million BNB
  1442. Ledger Nano S Wallet October Sale: Save 20%
  1443. Binance Completes its 5th BNB Coinburn, Reducing Total Supply by 1.64 Million
  1444. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Can Sellers Take Over?
  1445. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Long-Term Rally Ready to Resume?
  1446. BlockFi Now Offers Litecoin and Gemini Stablecoin-Backed Loan Options
  1447. Ethereum-Based 0x (ZRX) Goes Live On Coinbase Consumer, Surges To The Moon
  1448. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Bitcoin Consolidation Forecasts $3,500 Move
  1449. With New Exchange Listings and Demand, New Stablecoins See Pegs Broken
  1450. Indian Cryptocurrency Fraud Case Reaches Impasse
  1451. Huobi Joins OKEx in Adding Four New Stablecoins
  1452. Tezos (XTZ) Prices Surges Following its Kraken Listing: Declining Trend Broken
  1453. Ethereum Foundation Issues $3 Million in New Grants
  1454. Spatium and Binfinex coming together for the Ethfinex Governance Summit
  1455. Reshape Blockchain Security With BlockSafe Technologies – [BTC Media Sponsor]
  1456. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Spike Higher to Be Sustained?
  1457. BitPay Fronts Gemini Dollar and Circle’s USDC as they Keep Away from Tether
  1458. ICON (ICX) Increases Ties With South Korean Government
  1459. Tron (TRX) Developer Update: 90 Smart Contracts Deployed and Counting
  1460. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Bulls Push for Reversal, Quick Pullback Happening
  1461. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD’s Bullish Case Scenario
  1462. As Tether’s Peg Slips, Bitcoin Price Is Distorted Across Market
  1463. Crypto Startup Coinbase Doubles Down On Expansion Efforts
  1464. Fidelity Unveils New Institutional-Grade Cryptocurrency Investment Service
  1465. XRP Is On A Bull Run As The White House Expresses Support For Ripple
  1466. OKEx Lists Four New Stablecoins
  1467. Tether ‘Bank Run’ Concerns Reach New Heights, USDT Falls 4% Below Peg
  1468. Atari Founder Nolan Bushnell's X2 Games Acquired by Global Blockchain
  1469. Fidelity Debuts Institutional Trading and Custody Platform for Bitcoin and Ethereum
  1470. Talking Crypto-Investing With CoinFund’s Founder and “Chief Alchemist”
  1471. Russian Church Docked $15,000 for Illegal Bitcoin Mining
  1472. IMF, World Bank Set Framework Around Fintech Advances
  1473. Ethereum (ETH) Becomes First Base Currency on Bithumb’s Decentralized Exchange (DEX)
  1474. SimpleFX Makes CFD Trading Fast and Easy Like Never Before with the Launch of the New SimpleFX WebTrader Tool
  1475. Binance Uganda Officially Launched, Pairs the Ugandan Shilling with BTC and ETH
  1476. EOS Price Analysis: EOS/USD’s Rejection Near Key Resistance
  1477. Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), XRP ATMs Launch In India To Bypass RBI Ban
  1478. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Remains At Risk Below $52
  1479. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Still Buying on Dips?
  1480. Ethereum (ETH) Founder Claims He is Not a Billionaire–Should We Care?
  1481. Ripple in the Talks with Trump’s Administration Also XRP Not = Ripple: Chief Market Strategist
  1482. Litecoin’s Charlie Lee Says He Is Interested in Monero (XMR)
  1483. ‘We are in Active Communication with Binance,’ Says Bytecoin (BCN) Team
  1484. How IOTA Might Create Smart Contracts to Crowd-fund Projects on the Tangle
  1485. The XVG Website Translation Project and More Verge Coin News
  1486. Jimmy Song: “EOS is a Scam,” “BCH Has No Reason to Exist” and ETH is Amateurish and Stupid
  1487. Bithumb Sells $350 Million Stake in Its Cryptocurrency Exchange to a Blockchain Consortium
  1488. Is 2018 A Waste if Bitcoin (BTC) Prices Don’t Recover?
  1489. Stellar Lumens (XLM) Latest News Signaling how Firms are After the Crypto-Tech
  1490. Cardano (ADA) Co-Founder Charles Hoskinson Dissatisfied with Cardano Foundation Performance
  1491. CFTC Chair: Crypto Market Is Maturing Through Institutional Adoption
  1492. Ethereum Hard Fork Test Goes Awry, “No Constantinople In 2018” Developer Says
  1493. U.S. Regulator Cracks Down on Fraudulent Initial Coin Offerings
  1494. Bitcoin Scam: Thailand Police Finally Nabs Kingpin in Popular Cryptocurrency Scam
  1495. Singapore’s GCOX Has Announced Plans to Launch Manny Pacquiao’s Cryptocurrency
  1496. The Fallacy of High Supply, Low Price: Bitcoin Would be SIX TIMES more Valuable than XRP with Same Circulating Supply
  1497. Baidu Speculated as Tron’s New Secret Partner as TRX Thrives in the Markets
  1498. Litecoin (LTC) Trading on the Gemini Exchange to Commence on the 16th of October
  1499. Tron (TRX) Beats Crypto Market, 10% Gains On TVM Activation, “Giant” Partnership
  1500. Coinbase Ditches Its Index Fund in Favor of a New Retail Feature
  1501. Crypto Market Bounces, Ethereum (ETH) Surges Amid Short Seller Qualms
  1502. Crypto Cybercrime Has Tripled Since 2017; Nearly $1 Billion Lost in 2018
  1503. SEC Sues Blockvest ICO for Making False Claims
  1504. Coinbase Has Just Added ZRX, Its First ERC-20 Token
  1505. Hackers Have Stolen Nearly $1 Billion from Cryptocurrency Exchanges, Says Report
  1506. Singapore-based Blockchain Consortium Buys Majority Share in Bithumb
  1507. eToro Lowers Crypto Trading Spread Fees to Promote Investments
  1508. Ripple XRP Voted as The Best Crypto to Buy Under 1$
  1509. Tron’s Technical Manager says TRX is more decentralized than BTC, ETH or EOS. New projects revealed
  1510. Introducing The Liquid Network: Blockstream Is Running A Revolutionary Bitcoin Sidechain – Exchanges Want It Badly
  1511. Roubini Faces Off With Coin Center’s Van Valkenburgh at Senate Hearing
  1512. Justin Sun: TRON to Partner With a ‘Tens of Billions USD Valuation’ Industry Giant
  1513. ByteCoin (BCN) Delisted By a Second Exchange: OKEX
  1514. Ripple’s XRP Speedy Return Slows Down as Sellers are met at $0.4400
  1515. Kidbizo ICO Review: Kidbizo ICO Scam Alert
  1516. TRON Powered Poppy Payment System, To Bring TRX Adoption To the Mainstream
  1517. Top Coinbase Exec. Is Headed to Bakkt as its COO
  1518. Research: Coinbase Sees 80% Decline in Volume, Trader Count Since January 2018
  1519. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Approaching Line in the Sand for Bulls
  1520. “This Isn’t How We Saw This Going”: Civil’s Token Sale Is Treading Water
  1521. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Bearish Continuation Likely
  1522. SEC Obtains Emergency Court Order to Halt Questionable ICO
  1523. Harvard, Stanford Among Endowments Joining Yale in Cryptocurrency Investing
  1524. Anticlimax as Bitcoin Developers Advocate Alternatives Instead of Lightning Network
  1525. Crypto Volatility Returns: Bitcoin (BTC) Tumbles Under $6,300, Altcoins Tank By 10%
  1526. “OKCoin USA Will Launch a Fully Compliant [Yuan-backed] Stablecoin,” Xu Star Says
  1527. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Fake Out and Sharp Drop
  1528. Blockchain Business in Crypto Valley Has Doubled Since Last Year: Report
  1529. Bitcoin Mining in China is 30 Times More Profitable EVEN IN A BEAR MARKET
  1530. Report Links 74% of Bitcoin Mining to China, Sees Threat to Network
  1531. Tron (TRX) is Best Placed To Bring More Games Onto the Blockchain
  1532. Juniper Research Warns Bitcoin May be In For Implosion, Cites Low Volume
  1533. Binance Coin Now Accepted For Real Estate Purchases and 2 More Cases of BNB Adoption
  1534. Blockstream’s Liquid Network for “High Value” Bitcoin Payments Is Live
  1535. Will Satoshi Nakamoto Tweet Today,? Some Believe a Prediction From 1988 Says So
  1536. Report: About Half Of Crypto Exchanges Are Wide Open For Hackers
  1537. How Interledger Plans on Connecting All Blockchains Belonging to XRP, ETH, BTC and More
  1538. Pundi X (NPXS) Makes The World’s First Blockchain Based Phone Call
  1539. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bullish Break and Retest Completed?
  1540. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Extends Range Trading
  1541. Forbes Enters Blockchain Game, Partners With Civil
  1542. Tron (TRX) Price Analysis: Correction from Bullish Trend
  1543. Japanese Internet Monolith GMO to Launch Yen-Pegged Stablecoin
  1544. Fundstrat Analyst: Don’t Buy Bitcoin (BTC) Just Yet, Be Patient
  1545. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Consolidation Primes Market for Big Move
  1546. Banco Santander to Expand Ripple (XRP)-Powered Payment Platform to More European Countries
  1547. With the CBAC, East Meets West in Search of Adoption and Innovation
  1548. WTO: Ripple Could Revolutionize International Business – Bitcoin, IOTA, And ETH Also Involved
  1549. Ethereum Based POA Network Launches Open-Source Block Explorer for ETH, ETC and POA
  1550. Cardano (ADA) Following EOS and TRON TRX Gain Continuation & Latest News to Read
  1551. Unlocking the Full Potential of IoT Farming – [BTC Media Sponsor]
  1552. U-Turn: Binance To Donate 100% Of Listing Fees To Charity
  1553. It Costs $20 to Launch a 51 percent Attack on Einsteinium and Less than $200 to Force a Hard Fork in Feathercoin
  1554. Chinese and US Investors Team Up to Create a Global Crypto Investment Fund
  1555. Tron (TRX) Launches All-In-One Tool Suite for Developers
  1556. Binance to Delist Bytecoin (BCN), CHAT, Iconomi (ICN) and TRIG
  1557. Guide to Consensus Algorithms: What is Consensus Mechanism?
  1558. How Blockchain and Aeron disrupting Aviation Industry
  1559. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Slow and Steady Does It!
  1560. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Pointing Bullish Signs
  1561. PwC and Cred Partner to Develop Cryptocurrency Trading Technology
  1562. Ethereum (ETH) Price Analysis: Also Edging Higher?
  1563. UK's Oldest Crypto Exchange Prepares for Employee Layoffs
  1564. Justin Sun Bullish on TRON Development Community, BitTorrent Merger
  1565. Bitfinex Challenges Insolvency Rumors, Provides Proof of Wallet Reserves
  1566. Chinese Bitcoin (BTC) Miner Nabs Electricity, Authorities Crack Down
  1567. Binance to Make Listing Fees Transparent, Give Proceeds to Charity
  1568. Ripple Goes Global: XRP At Tokyo’s 2020 Olympics Petition Gains 10k Signatures
  1569. goTenna and Samourai Wallet’s New Mobile App Works Without Internet Access
  1570. Bitcoin Price Update: Breakout Imminent as Price Looks to Move Beyond Descending Triangle
  1571. Is Ripple’s (XRP) The Microsoft Of The Crypto World?
  1572. ZRX’s Performance Due to Coinbase, Suggests ADA, BAT, ZEC and XLM Should Be On Your Radar
  1573. EOS Price Analysis: EOS/USD Poised To Break The Recent Range
  1574. TRON (TRX) Will Surge Into Coinmarketcap’s Top 10 in the Next 6 Months; Justin Sun Says
  1575. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Poised To Break Higher
  1576. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bullish Breakout Finally Happening?
  1577. Binance Locks Down User’s Wallet Holding 1200 BTC
  1578. DApp Developers Are Key In Making Tron (TRX) Great
  1579. Binance’s CEO and Team, attend Malta’s First Ever Blockchain Summit
  1580. Improving Ethereum (ETH) Is A Better Option than Creating New Blockchains
  1581. Japan Appoints Blockchain-Supportive New Minister of Science and Tech
  1582. Stellar Lumens (XLM) Follows Ripple’s XRP Price Decline: BitGo to List XLM & Dash
  1583. Ripple’s XRP Rise! Also Attempt to Stay Above $0.5000 as it Breaks Weekly Declining Trend
  1584. Vitalik Buterin’s Separation from Ethereum [ETH] Already in Progress?
  1585. Latest Litecoin (LTC) News: Amazon Gift-cards and Planned Listing on CEX.io
  1586. CoinBase Chronicle of Events Pointing to a Crypto Super Rally in Weeks to Come
  1587. Tron (TRX) To Host a 2 Day Developer Conference in San Francisco, January 2019
  1588. Pantera’s Digital Asset Fund Down 72% In 2018, Bitcoin (BTC) ‘Only’ Down 50%
  1589. Blockstream Co-Founder: Scaling Bitcoin (BTC) Doesn’t Require A Hard Fork
  1590. Crypto Exchange Bitfinex Taps HSBC For Banking Services
  1591. Why Ethereum’s Price is Due for a Huge Boost
  1592. Yale University Investing in $400 Million Cryptocurrency Fund
  1593. XVG Debit Cards and more Verge Coin News
  1594. List of Tools Availed by Cardano Rust Project to Fast-track Network Decentralization
  1595. ZAIF Cryptocurrency Exchange Hack: Victims Yet to Be Compensated.
  1596. Charlie Lee and Roger Make a Friendly Bet About Lightning Network
  1597. Op Ed: Why Is There So Much Talk About a Bitcoin ETF?
  1598. Crypto Startup Circle To Acquire SeedInvest, Aims To Bolster Services
  1599. Famed Endowment Manager Invests Yale’s Money in Crypto Funds.
  1600. What Bitcoin Did Gets Technical with Crypto-Educator Jimmy Song
  1601. Circle Poised to Acquire Equity Crowdfunding Platform SeedInvest
  1602. [promoted] Stackr: The Dawn of a Digital Asset Savings Solution
  1603. Bitcoin Espionage: US Grand Jury Indicts Russian Hackers of Illegal Covert Operations
  1604. Tron (TRX) Price Hurdle to Overcome $0.0230 as Leading XRP, ETH and BTC Dropping
  1605. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: How High Can It Go?
  1606. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Likely To Break Downtrend Resistance
  1607. Legendary Artist Soulja Boy Enter Crypto World With “Bitcoin” Rap
  1608. Cryptocurrency Transactions are Traceable, Says DHS and ICE to US Congress
  1609. Federal Election Committee Asked to Consider Crypto Mining for Political Contributions
  1610. EOS (EOS) Latest Headlines to Read: Price to Re-Test Weekly Highest
  1611. Cryptos Are Not ‘Tulips’: Coinbase Valued at $8 Billion
  1612. Ripple Blockchain-Powered Mobile Payment App ‘MoneyTap’ Comes Online in Japan
  1613. Op Ed: There Is a Satoshi of Truth in Every Joke
  1614. Binance Invests $2.5 Million in Australian Blockchain Travel Startup
  1615. U-Turn: Novogratz Calls For Bitcoin (BTC) At $9,000 In 2019, Not 2018
  1616. IOTA Support on The Ledger Nano S is a Possibility In the Next Few Weeks
  1617. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Primed for More Upsides
  1618. OAG Verdict Necessiates Regulation of Centralized Crypto Exchanges
  1619. Will Bitcoin’s (BTC) Price Increase During the Bitfinex Scheduled Maintenance?
  1620. BitTorrent’s Recently Launched µTorrent Web, Passes 1 Million Daily Active Users
  1621. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Holding Key Support
  1622. Abra One-Ups Coinbase With ‘Basket’ Crypto Investment Product
  1623. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Another Bullish Breakout Attempt?
  1624. Circle-Backed Poloniex Drops U.S. Crypto Margin Trading, Delists 3 Altcoins
  1625. Bitcoin Core 0.17.0 Is Released: Here’s What’s New
  1626. Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Announces Strategic Partnership With Hyperledger
  1627. In Search of Stability: An Overview of the Budding Stablecoin Ecosystem
  1628. Tom Lee Mocks Central Banks: “Do you like SWIFT because it’s backwards-compatible to the abacus?”
  1629. New Study Reveals an Increase in Venture Capital Investment in Blockchain Projects
  1630. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Price Dominates: Latest News/Developments, Future Prediction
  1631. Ether Price Analysis: Higher Lows Could Yield Retest of Local High
  1632. Bitfinex To Undergo 2 Hr Infrastructure Maintenance Tomorrow, October 4th
  1633. Bitcoin Foundation Challenges “French BitLicense” Proposed in PACTE Bill
  1634. Major U.S. Institution Bank of America Bullish on Blockchain Market
  1635. Lyn Ulbricht Speaks Out on the Anniversary of Her Son’s Incarceration
  1636. This Wall Street Backed Crypto Exchange Could Rival Bakkt
  1637. Brave CEO Pens Letter to Senate Committee Asking for GDPR-Like Privacy Regulation
  1638. How Institutional Investors Might Be Accumulating Bitcoin (BTC)
  1639. [promoted] How Invictus Capital Is Reshaping the Landscape of Cryptocurrency Investing
  1640. Universal cryptocurrency wallet Infinito Wallet integrates Coinfirm AML Platform and allows users to check risk rating of counterparties
  1641. Nano (NANO) Announces v16.1 Update Fixing Various Existing Issues
  1642. B2BX: The Professional Digital Asset Exchange & Much More
  1643. Forget Bitcoin, this is How China Plans to Dominate the $102 Trillion Blockchain Space
  1644. This Former US President Has A Lot To Say About The Blockchain Technology
  1645. Guide to Smart Contract: What are Smart Contracts?
  1646. Litecoin Price Analysis: Can LTC/USD Hold $56 Support?
  1647. ShapeShift CEO Rebuts WSJ’s Bitcoin Bash — Crypto Community In Turmoil
  1648. Hong Kong: Crypto Exchange BitMEX Hires Prominent Regulator
  1649. Here’s Stellar’s (XLM) New Decentralized Exchange With Zero Fees
  1650. Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency Receive Recognition for Financial Impact Over Last Decade
  1651. The Tron (TRX) Wallet Keeps Getting Better and Better
  1652. Trump Appointee and CFTC Chairman says ‘Crypto is Here to Stay’
  1653. We Promise: Coinbase To Expand Its Digital Asset List
  1654. Cardano Launches Rust Project to Entice Third-Party Developers
  1655. BitMEX Reports ICOs Are Breaking Even
  1656. BitMEX’s New COO Angelina Kwan Joins the Crypto Space at “An Exciting Time”
  1657. NEM (XEM) Showcases Double Digit Gains as Crypto Market Leader [XRP, Stellar, Ethereum] Slow Down
  1658. Australian and New Zealand Customs to Fine Visitors who Won’t Give Up Phone and Laptop Passwords
  1659. Zebpay Alternatives For Indians To Trade Cryptocurrencies In 2018
  1660. Delion API Allows IOTA Payment Using Email–But there is a Problem
  1661. NEO Ecosystem Growing With Two New Tokens Added
  1662. Ripple’s xRapid Goes Live With 3 Financial Institutions, XRP Adoption Incoming
  1663. Monero (XMR) Community Tackles Crypto Malware Scene
  1664. Cardano (ADA) Founder Announcing Digital Wallet – XRP and BCH Only Weekly Gainers
  1665. EmTech Brings Gold on The Blockchain
  1666. Battle of the Privacycoins: What We Know About Grin and Beam’s Mimblewimble
  1667. Verge (XVG) Breaks the Monthly Declining Trend above $0.017: Latest to Read
  1668. Will The Swell Event Usher in a New Era For XRP in the Markets?
  1669. Blockchain is the New Cool, Fidelity Channels $2.5 Billion to Research
  1670. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bulls Stay in Control
  1671. Litecoin Price Analysis: Can LTC/USD Revisit Highs?
  1672. BitTorrent Will Pay Users With Tron (TRX) For Seeding
  1673. Tether (USDT) is the King of Stablecoins dominating Over 90% of Stablecoins Market
  1674. “Cryptocurrencies Are The Inevitable Future of Money,” Malta Says At The U.N General Assembly
  1675. Block.one CEO Speaks On EOS (EOS), Bitmain IPO, Crypto Market
  1676. Chinese Bitcoin Billionaire Unexpectedly Exits Crypto Industry, Controversy Ensues
  1677. EOS voter collusion – Huobi denies receiving payments
  1678. New PoC – Proof of Concept by IOTA’s team Showcased on Sep 27 Major Event
  1679. Here Is the First Game On the Tron (TRX) Network
  1680. 36% of BTC in Circulation Is Lost, Making Bitcoin Technically More Scarce
  1681. Ripple’s XRP Going for the $0.6000 While Leading the Weekend Bulls
  1682. Californian Crypto Startup Falls Victim To $14M Hack, Two Men Arrested
  1683. Opera Enables Built-in Ethereum Support, Integrating Web3 Capabilities
  1684. Leading Analyst: $6,000 Is Key For Bitcoin (BTC), Momentum Is Reversing
  1685. US Congressmen Urge SEC for Regulatory Clarity Regarding Cryptocurrencies
  1686. Ripple Taking a Proactive Approach to Cryptocurrency Industry
  1687. How Many Is Too Many? UK Crypto Startup To Issue Stablecoin
  1688. Stellar Lumens (XLM) Price Strong 7 days: Promising Milestone Awaits
  1689. Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Under the Microscope
  1690. No More Fiat! Samourai Wallet Will Not Show Bitcoin Balances in Fiat Equivalent
  1691. Tron’s TVM To Be Activated By October 8th and other TRX Updates
  1692. RippleNet’s ‘Multi-Hop’ Feature to Ease Cross-Border Transactions in S. East Asia
  1693. Why Ethereum (ETH) Is Well Placed to Tokenize Securities
  1694. Crypto Startup MetaMask Marks Ethereum (ETH) DApp As A Scam
  1695. Crypto Task Force Bill Passes House of Representatives, Moves to Senate
  1696. On the edge of transformation: payments go crypto
  1697. New Impact Ledger to Raise Awareness of Blockchain Projects for Social Good
  1698. Pornhub’s Crypto Integration Of Verge (XVG), Tron (TRX) Met With Mixed Results
  1699. Monero Releases Malware Response Group and Successfully Patches Burn Bug
  1700. Former Swiss Bankers Launch Multi Millionaire Crypto Bank
  1701. Blockchain’s Report Examines Benefits (and Failures) of Today’s Stablecoins
  1702. Swiss Asset Trading Company Launches Commodity Backed Cryptocurrency
  1703. SEC Charges Forex Broker for Illegal Securities Swaps Involving Bitcoin
  1704. Milestone for Cardano and Infinito Wallet: First Mobile Wallet App Support
  1705. Caitlin Long and Saifedean Ammous Debate the Future of Cryptocurrency
  1706. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Dips Remain Well Supported
  1707. Electroneum (ETN) Spikes 50 Percent Despite Low Trading Volume
  1708. Ethereum (ETH) Will Reach $1,900 Before the End of the Year, Says Tom Lee
  1709. Bitmain IPO Prospectus Reveals Offering May Be a Gamble for Investors
  1710. Coinbase-Backed Compound Launches, Users Can Short Ethereum (ETH), 0x (ZRX), Augur (REP)
  1711. Federal Judge Rules Cryptocurrency MBC Is a Commodity
  1712. Gemini And Bittrex Add Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Fiat Support Amid Bitmain Pump
  1713. AT&T Dives Into Blockchain Solutions With Microsoft Azure, IBM Blockchain
  1714. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Finally a Triangle Breakout!
  1715. U.S. Congress Nixes Bill For Crypto Task Force
  1716. Ripple Launches ‘Ripple for Good’, Commits $100M to Focus on Education and Financial Inclusion
  1717. Leading Blockchain and Gaming Companies Form Blockchain Game Alliance
  1718. Malta’s Cryptocurrency Regulations Come into Effect in November
  1719. Former UBS Bankers Are Building a Crypto Bank in Switzerland
  1720. Congress Urged to Step Up Cryptocurrency Legislative Efforts
  1721. Coinbase Rolls Out Crypto “Bundles” and New Educational Resources
  1722. Cryptocurrency Related Laundering leading to Sydney Based Couple to be Arrested
  1723. Bitcoin (BTC): Massive Price Swing on the Cards Following Prolonged Volatility Contraction
  1724. ETHLend Announces Launch of New Parent Company ‘Aave’
  1725. Swiss Startup Secures $100m Investment to Launch a Cryptocurrency Bank
  1726. Zcash (ZEC) Coin Story, News/Latest Development and Price Prediction
  1727. 3 Major Industries That Blockchain Technology is Changing
  1728. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Struggling Near Crucial Resistance
  1729. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD’s Renewed Buying Interest
  1730. Kraken: An Overview of One of Europe's Top Bitcoin Exchanges
  1731. Circle CEO: We Can Rebuild The Global Economic System With USDC Stablecoin
  1732. Op Ed: The Adoption Fallacy of Decentralized Applications
  1733. West Virginia to Use Blockchain-Based App For Voting
  1734. Overstock.com CEO Acquires Stake in Blockchain Land Registry Startup
  1735. Mt.Gox Trustee Confirms Past BTC Sell Offs
  1736. Coinbase Announced New Asset Listing Program
  1737. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Pumps as Bitmain Looks Set to File IPO in Hong Kong
  1738. IBM/MIT Connection Science Issue Report on the Role of Blockchain in Government
  1739. Frank Chaparro: A Bitcoin ETF “Doesn’t Matter For The Price”
  1740. Circle’s USDC Stablecoin Begins Trading
  1741. Infinito Wallet is The First Universal Mobile Wallet for ADA!
  1742. Why Cryptocurrency will Revolutionize E-commerce and Enrich Small Business
  1743. SBI Ripple Asia Attains Payment License for their Revolutionary Money Tap App
  1744. Ripple’s Website Gets Updated, RippleNet Showcased as Sole Payments Solution
  1745. Infinito Wallet is The First and Only Universal Mobile Wallet for ADA!
  1746. Waves (WAVES) Smart Contracts to Go Live Today
  1747. Ripple’s XRP Returning Above $0.50 and Again Leading the Crypto Market Recovery
  1748. Monero (XMR) Developers Disclose “The Burning Bug,” Funds SAFU
  1749. Cardano (ADA) Price Analysis: Resistance Turned Support at Double Bottom Neckline
  1750. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Next Bullish Targets
  1751. Study Finds Cryptocurrency Investors Maintained Position Through Bear Market
  1752. Breaking: Coinbase To “Rapidly Add Digital Assets” With Listing Process
  1753. Google Reverses Cryptocurrency Ad Ban – New Policy Takes Effect in October 2018
  1754. Dogecoin (DOGE) Attempt to Not Obey the Bearish Market Trend: Latest News/Price Prediction
  1755. Battle of the Privacycoins: Zcash Is Groundbreaking (If You Trust It)
  1756. Minnesota’s US Congressman Fully Supporting Blockchain Tech Advancement
  1757. Cryptocurrency That Works Without Internet, mCoin Launches In Africa
  1758. Italian Soccer Giant ‘Juventus’ Unveils Cryptocurrency Token for Fans
  1759. Mt. Gox Trustee Confirms He Sold off $230 Million in Cryptocurrency
  1760. Bitcoin Price: Logarithmic Growth Means Bitcoin May Set Another All-Time High in 2018
  1761. All Eyes Are on Next Week’s Swell Event by Ripple
  1762. Guide to Coin Burning: What is Coin Burn and How Does it Work?
  1763. Bitcoin (BTC) HODLers Urged to Review its Code More Often
  1764. Renewable Energy Can Solve Bitcoin’s (BTC) Energy Consumption ‘Achilles Heel’
  1765. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Short-Term Channel Intact So Far
  1766. Researchers: North Korea Is Trading Crypto To Undermine International Sanctions
  1767. Andreessen Horowitz Backs Maker (MKR) With $15M Investment
  1768. a16z Puts $15 Million Behind Stablecoin Platform MakerDAO
  1769. Study Reveals Growing Sophistication in Malicious Mining of Cryptocurrency
  1770. 0x (ZRX) Outstanding Performance: Coin Story, Price and Latest News/Development
  1771. Brave Publishers Can Now Have Their Identities Verified with Civic
  1772. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Potential Reaccumulation Could Test Bear Trend
  1773. Vitalik: Ethereum (ETH) Can Scale to 500 tps Using ZCash’s ZK-SNARKs
  1774. New Study Argues Tether Wasn't Used to Prop Up Bitcoin Price
  1775. There is “No Evidence” To Prove that USDT Was Used To Manipulate Bitcoin (BTC) Price, Study Concludes
  1776. KuCoin Exchange Proudly Announces The Listing Of Crypterium (CRPT)
  1777. Singapore Determined to Become the First Country to Fully Embrace Cryptocurrencies and DLTs
  1778. US Crypto Exchange Gemini Eyes UK Market
  1779. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Accelerate Above $65
  1780. U.S. Congressman Tom Emmer to Lead Pro-Blockchain and Crypto Legislation
  1781. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: More Bulls Waiting at Channel Bottom?
  1782. Taiwan Politician Receives Cryptocurrency Donation In First-Ever
  1783. Crypto Startup Blockchain Takes Fraudulent ICO To Court
  1784. Crypto trading volumes set to overtake US corporate debt in 2018
  1785. Stellar Lumens (XLM) Continues its Double Digit Trend While Ripple’s XRP Slows Down
  1786. Cardano (ADA) Showcasing Good Numbers Following Weiss Ratings Recommendation
  1787. Ethereum (ETH) Reclaims the Number 2 Spot After XRP’s Recent Surge in The Markets
  1788. New ICO on the Tron Network Plans To Create a Decentralized Exchange for TRX Tokens
  1789. XVG Developers Clarify Verge’s Codebase Does Not Have Bitcoin Core Vulnerability
  1790. Bitcoin Cash Fans Launch Bitcoincashtalk as an Alternative to Bitcointalk
  1791. Dogecoin (DOGE) Defies Red Market, Posts Slight Gain
  1792. Bitfury Launches New Generation of Bitcoin (BTC) Mining ASICs
  1793. Community Backlash: NY Regulator’s Claims About Crypto Manipulation Come Under Fire
  1794. Coinsquare Launches Blockchain ETF Following XRP Integration
  1795. Novogratz Discusses XRP Surge, Bitcoin (BTC) $10,000 Price Target
  1796. Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: The Resilience of Bitcoin
  1797. Binance to Unlock BNB Balances to Fix Circulating Supply Differences with Coinmarketcap
  1798. U.S. Congressman Drafts Blockchain Development Bills
  1799. What Exactly Happened To Ripple (XRP) On Friday September 21st?
  1800. Ethereum (ETH) Could Bear Down To $140 And Turn Into A Bull Run In A Surprise Market Dynamic
  1801. XRP’s Surge: Justin Sun Believes It is A Sign that Financial Institutions Will Adopt Blockchain
  1802. Charlie Lee Wants People To Note A Few Very Strong Aspects Of Litecoin (LTC)
  1803. CoinField Exchange is Exploring XRP as A Base Currency
  1804. Bitmain Launches “Next-Gen” 7nm Processor As IPO Looms
  1805. Goldman Sachs-Backed Circle Adds EOS (EOS), Stellar (XLM), 0x (ZRX), QTUM (QTUM)
  1806. VanEck/SolidX ETFs Delayed Again as SEC Seeks Comment on Fund Proposal
  1807. Novogratz: Seller Fatigue Indicates Market Has Bottomed Out
  1808. Guide to Atomic Swaps: What are Atomic Swaps & How Does it Work?
  1809. Presenting a United Front of Blockchain Companies to Work With Congress
  1810. Wikipedia To Test Web Monetization Using Coil and XRP
  1811. eCash Founder David Chaum Makes Bold Promises with Elixxir Blockchain
  1812. Australian Regulator Warns Retail Investors against “Misleading” Cryptocurrency ICOs
  1813. Let’s Talk Bitcoin: Authority in a Decentralized System
  1814. Brazilian Brokerage Behemoth Launches Bitcoin Exchange
  1815. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Details of One of Bitcoin’s Nastiest Bugs Yet
  1816. U.S. Lawmakers Ask IRS To Focus on Simplifying Cryptocurrency Taxation
  1817. Bancor Bent on Cross-Chain Liquidity With Expansion to EOS Blockchain
  1818. Its Official. XRP Edges out ETH from the Number 2 Spot. Is Bitcoin Next?
  1819. Ripple’s XRP Second Attempt to Take Over Ethereum’s (ETH) Position: 50.00% Gain 24-hours
  1820. Why All Eyes are On Bakkt Moving Forward
  1821. The SEC Welcomes Your Comments on the Pending Bitcoin ETF
  1822. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Extend Gains
  1823. Congressional Committee Calls for Clearer Crypto Tax Code in Letter to IRS
  1824. Tim Draper Maintains $250k Bitcoin (BTC) Price Prediction
  1825. In First Half of 2018, Japan Counts $540 Million Lost to Crypto Thefts
  1826. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Gaining More Bullish Momentum
  1827. Newest Crypto Exchange Offers Multiple Currencies Via One Book
  1828. Stellar Lumens (XLM) Future Possible $1.00 Mark & Interstellar Announcement
  1829. Innosilicon’s Impending ASIC Miner Could Challenge Bitmain’s Dominance
  1830. Breaking News – SEC Decision on Cboe’s BTC ETF Postponed
  1831. “Someone’s Got to Be the Voice of Reason” — Kraken Responds to NY AG Report
  1832. Brace For Impact: The Next Evolution Of Secure Crypto Transactions Is Happening Offline
  1833. Another Cryptocurrency Exchange Hack Hits Japan
  1834. Problem Solved: Elon Musk Reaches Out To Dogecoin For Help, Gets It ASAP
  1835. Why Your Financial Advisor Won't Talk to You About Bitcoin
  1836. XRP, IOTA, NEO and Cardano are ‘Absolute Steals,’ Weiss Ratings says
  1837. Ethereum [ETH] Could Soon Take Half of Bitcoin’s Marketcap, Tech Analyst Says
  1838. Czech Prime Minister Accuses Opposition Party Of “Doing nothing But Mining Bitcoin”
  1839. ICON (ICX) Partners With SK Holdings To Offer Blockchain Services To Banks, Insurers, and Brokers
  1840. Charlie Lee Set To Clear Up Litecoin (LTC) FUDs
  1841. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Tossing and Turning at Wedge Support
  1842. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Back in Uptrend Above $0.3120
  1843. Japanese Crypto Exchange Falls Victim To $60M Hack, BTC, BCH, MONA Stolen
  1844. Tradeshift Exec: Blockchain Isn’t Ready For Global Supply Chain Deployment
  1845. Texas State Securities Board Hits Russian Hoaxers with Cease-and-Desist Orders
  1846. In Deep With Cryptocurrencies: Cryptos Find Love In NYU
  1847. Crypto Exchange Poloniex Dumps Eight Underperforming Coins
  1848. KuCoin Blockchain Asset Exchange Announces The Listing Of EdenChain (EDN)
  1849. ConsenSys Initiative Empowers Students to Use Blockchain for Social Good
  1850. Altcoins Are Eating Into Bitcoin’s Market Share, And They Won’t Be Stopping
  1851. New Multibank-Backed Venture to Leverage Blockchain for Commodity Trading
  1852. Is The UK Government Keeping An Eye On the Crypto Market?
  1853. Top Ten U.S. Bank PNC To Use Ripple For International Payments
  1854. Disturbing Report: Using Banks Is 300 Times More Expensive Than Transacting With Bitcoin
  1855. World’s Largest Blockchain Hub Hosts Neo (NEO) Amongst 40 Other Start-Ups
  1856. Cryptocurrency Exchange OKCoin Expands U.S. Offerings with Five New Coins
  1857. Straight From The CEO: Fidelity Is About To Dip Its Toes In The Crypto Business
  1858. Demystifying the $589 XRP Price Prediction by End of 2018
  1859. Binance Continues to Embrace Tron As It Launches TRX/BNB Pairing
  1860. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Short-Term Reversal Pattern Forming?
  1861. Coinbase Hiring Spree Continues, LinkedIn Executive Dives Into Crypto
  1862. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Don’t Miss This Bullish Breakout
  1863. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Facing Key Resistance Near $58
  1864. Tom Lee: “It Is a Mistake To Be Bearish When You’re Already Down”
  1865. Cryptocurrency Exchanges Fall Short in Safeguarding Funds: Report
  1866. Ethereum (ETH) MEWconnect digital Wallet Application Launched by MyEtherWallet on iOS
  1867. Hong Kong–Based Blockchain Fund Makes Its Case for Yen-Backed Stablecoin
  1868. XRP Posts Double Digit Gains in Price Reversal
  1869. Tron (TRX) Latest News/Development Amidst Market Price Recovery
  1870. Battle of the Privacycoins: Verge Offers Little Privacy and Nothing Unique
  1871. New Finance Chief Calls for Greater Cryptocurrency Investment in Zimbabwe
  1872. Crypto Startup Reels in Twitch Executive to Spearhead Adoption Strategies
  1873. Dubai Security Chief Wants Stricter Cryptocurrency Laws
  1874. Litecoin’s Charlie Lee Highlights Motivations Behind Selling His LTC Holdings
  1875. SEC Chairman Clarifies The Comments On Ethereum (ETH) Were Non-Binding and ‘not the Law’
  1876. KuCoin Listed Cosmochain (COSM) To Their State-Of-The-Art Platform
  1877. Here Is The Awaited Bitit Exchange Review
  1878. A Billion EOS Tokens Faked To Rob Decentralized Exchange
  1879. Verge (XVG) Support on the Ledger Nano S in the Final Stages of Testing
  1880. Did a Tether (USDT) Glitch Cause the Low BTC Trade Volumes Witnessed on Monday?
  1881. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Setting Its Sights Back Lower
  1882. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Looming xRapid Launch Providing Some Support?
  1883. Dogecoin Creator And Elon Musk — The Ethereum (ETH) Scambot Fighting Duo?
  1884. ALLIVE Leverages Blockchain to Create Intelligent Healthcare Ecosystem
  1885. Crypto Wallet Protection App Wants to Secure Your Wallets Against Malware
  1886. Wall Street And Crypto: A Brief Overview
  1887. Bitfinex-Backed Ethfinex Trustless Goes Live, Sees Immediate Volume
  1888. Lisk (LSK) Outplaying Leading Coins in the Market with Late hype Return?
  1889. Cryptojacking: Indian Government Websites Suffer Cryptocurrency Mining Hacks
  1890. TokenPay (TPAY) Coming Out In style: Earner.com, CryptoBet, TokenGaming, Infinitesimal
  1891. LG Joins Ripple (XRP), Stellar (XLM) In Cross-border Remitting
  1892. Be your own bank! VivusPay is just the first taste of the Optherium Ecosystem
  1893. Mt.Gox Creditor: Payouts May “Completely Crash The Market”
  1894. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Slow and Steady Does It
  1895. Research: 920k Servers Can Be Infected By “Wannamine” Cryptojacker
  1896. Gemini To Introduce Litecoin Support, LTC Surges
  1897. Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Making Strides Across Industries
  1898. A Case for Bitcoin (BTC): The USD is Not Backed By Gold or Silver and Has an Unlimited Supply
  1899. How Coinbase is En Route to Becoming the ‘NYSE’ of Crypto
  1900. 2 Days Until Binance Opens a Fiat-Crypto Exchange in Singapore
  1901. Cardano (ADA) Coin Story: Attempt to Improve what Bitcoin and Ethereum Chose Wrong
  1902. China’s Central Bank Supporting the Creation of a New Trading Platform
  1903. Crypto Market Remains A Mixed Bag — “The Selloff Is Overdone”
  1904. Coinbase Launches Institutional-Focused New York Office, Eyes Expansion
  1905. Fundstrat: Bitcoin Hashrate Has Doubled, $7,300 Breakeven Mining Cost
  1906. Ripple Enters Saudi Arabia: A Partnership With NCB Is A Good Thing For XRP
  1907. Cryptos Are Struggling In Africa Because The Continent’s Internet Is Mediocre
  1908. How Sharding on The Ethereum Network Might Be Around the Corner
  1909. 3 Ripple Updates You Might Have Missed This Week
  1910. GoSeedit Reaches New Milestone with over 18 Million in Tron (TRX) Tipped to Date
  1911. Almost $240,000 Worth of EOS Tokens Stolen In dApp Smart Contract Hack
  1912. Litecoin (LTC) Leads Today’s Market Performance Together with Monero XMR: LTC Latest
  1913. Nano (NANO) Surges 8% As BrainBlocks Increases Adoption
  1914. CEO of GAW Miners, Sentenced to 21 Months in Prison
  1915. Crypto Exchange Bitfinex To Establish EOS-Based DEX
  1916. Tim Draper: Crypto Market Cap Going to $80 Trillion in 15 Years
  1917. Crypto-Friendly CFTC Chariman: Regulators Should Take A “Do No Harm” Approach
  1918. Mario Draghi: European Central Bank Won’t Issue a CBDC Soon, But It’s “Carefully Analysing” The Possibility
  1919. New Mining Manufacturer Linzhi Announces Ethereum ASIC Miner
  1920. Tezos (XTZ) Price Rockets as MainNet Commencing set on Monday
  1921. Paxful CEO Ray Youssef Shows How Bitcoin Can Be Used for Social Good
  1922. New Study: Hard Forks Dangerous to Cryptocurrency Stability
  1923. Japanese SBI Set to Launch Ripple-Based Mobile App
  1924. SBI To Launch Ripple Based Payment App This Fall
  1925. Lightning Labs Releases Redesigned and Optimized Desktop App
  1926. Survey: Most Crypto Investors Want Their Salaries Paid In Bitcoin
  1927. Battle of the Privacycoins: Why Monero Is Hard to Beat (and Hard to Scale)
  1928. Crypto Adoption: Bitnovo and Crypto Planet now Support Verge (XVG)
  1929. Whales On The Move: Somebody Just Transferred $193 Million Worth Of Bitcoins From A Billion-Dollar Wallet
  1930. EOS Battling to Stay Above $5.00 Against the US Dollar: Major Hits Taken from Tron TRX
  1931. Fake Phishing Website Mimicking Jaxx Wallet Shut Down
  1932. Bitgo’s Crypto Custody Service for BTC and Other Altcoins Gets Regulatory Approval in the US
  1933. The So Called Bitcoin-Bitcoin Cash Is Doomed To Fork In November 2018
  1934. 80% Of All Altcoins Share 90% of The Code, Study Finds
  1935. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Possible Double Bottom or Still Too Early?
  1936. Litecoin Price Analysis: Can LTC/USD Hold Gains Above $52?
  1937. Sentiment Shifts As Crypto Market Surges By 5%, Bitcoin Hits $6,500
  1938. John McAfee: Centralized Exchanges Will Disappear, DEXs Will Drive Crypto
  1939. BitPay CCO Bullish on Bitcoin in 2019, Bearish on Altcoins and ICOs
  1940. Enter The Morgan: Morgan Stanley’s Clients Will Soon Be Trading Bitcoin
  1941. XRP’s Recent Decline: Could It Be a Case of Manipulation?
  1942. Retracing 2014: Altcoins Might Be Headed For A Mega Bounce
  1943. Huobi Enters Japanese Market With BitTrade Acquisition
  1944. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Was That a Bullish Breakout?
  1945. Morgan Stanley Eyes Bitcoin Swap Contracts Tied to Futures Prices
  1946. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Gains Could be Limited
  1947. John McAfee: Bitcoin [BTC] is “The Number One Coin For Processing Payments”
  1948. BitGo Gets Approval From State Regulators to Launch Custody Service
  1949. Huobi Acquires Japanese Government-Approved Crypto Exchange in Plans to Go Global
  1950. Stellar Lumens XLM/USD Outperforms Ripple’s XRP For the Last 7 Days: Ignoring Dipping Market
  1951. Category of Cryptocurrency Market: Decentralized Data Storage Coins
  1952. Berkeley Professor Questions Stablecoin Viability in Unflattering Op-Ed
  1953. Bittrex to Introduce USD Pairs for Tron (TRX) and Litecoin (LTC)
  1954. Waves Up 23% As Malta Eyes It For Blockchain Collaboration
  1955. An Explanation of IOTA’s Local Snapshots That Will Prune Transaction History on the Network
  1956. Biking Across America, Crypto Cyclists Look to Raise $1 Million for Charity
  1957. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD’s Bounce Could Fade Soon
  1958. Federal Judge Applies Long-Established Securities Law to ICOs
  1959. Bitpay Delisted From Google Play Store
  1960. World Economic Forum and the Chinese Cryptocurrency Space
  1961. “Crypto Isn’t Dead” — Bitcoin Hits $6,400, Altcoins Follow
  1962. Mt. Gox Opens Rehabilitation Filing System to Corporate Clients
  1963. Global Enterprise Blockchain Adoption Gears Up With Release of REMME Testnet
  1964. OKCoin Expands Token-to-Token Platform to 20 States
  1965. OKEx: Reports Of Founder’s Arrest are “Fake News”
  1966. HODLers Voice Their Frustrations As the Value of XRP Continues to Decline
  1967. Ethereum’s Vitalik Clarifies His Comments to Bloomberg, Throws ‘Jab’ at Justin Sun
  1968. Bitconnect Finally Gets Delisted From All Crypto Exchanges — “Officially Dead”
  1969. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Tumble Below $50
  1970. [promoted] Hashtoro Propels Cryptocurrency Cloud Mining
  1971. Insiders: Nasdaq Intends To Offer Crypto Price Prediction Product
  1972. Two-for-One: SEC Slaps Crypto Hedge Fund, Broker With Registration Failures
  1973. OKEx Founder Released After Questioning in Connection With Suspected Coin Fraud
  1974. Congressional Hearing Finds Cryptocurrency “Poor Form of Money” For Terrorists
  1975. Malta Stock Exchange and Binance to Launch Tokens Platform
  1976. All Aboard The Stablecoin Train — Blockchain Startup Launches “Paxo Standard”
  1977. Ripple and R3 Reach Settlement in Year-Long Court Case
  1978. OKEx Founder Detained By Chinese Authorities over Fraud Allegations
  1979. A New Precedent: FINRA Charges Crypto Founder With Securities Fraud
  1980. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Waiting for a Triangle Breakout
  1981. Guide to Bitcoin Scalability Solution: What is Lightning Network?
  1982. DevCon 4 Will Set the Stage for Ethereum’s Next Milestone: Constantinople
  1983. Stellar Lumens (XLM) Easily one of the Most Promising Coins: Chain Partnering
  1984. Stellar-Based Lightyear Acquires Chain, Forms New Entity
  1985. South Korean Banks Putting Up a hard Time for Digital Currency Traders
  1986. India’s Crypto Exchanges Face Final Deadline This Week
  1987. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Decline Further
  1988. Cryptic Labs Adds Two Nobel Prize-Winning Economists to Advisory Board
  1989. EOS Price Analysis: Aiming for Channel Support?
  1990. Ether Price Analysis: Market Indecision Could Cause Short Covering Rally
  1991. Dogecoin Sees 15% Surge, “DOGE Is The Envy Of The Crypto World”
  1992. Gemini and Paxos Both Launch Stablecoins on Ethereum Blockchain
  1993. Australian Local Government Debuts Blockchain-based Driver’s License
  1994. Spark, a New GUI Lightning Wallet for Bitcoin, Now Available for Download
  1995. WeChat Censors Bitmain and More Crypto Related Accounts
  1996. U.S. SEC Suspends Trading for Two Swedish-Based Crypto ETNs
  1997. XRP Has Stiff Competition in Stellar, IBM
  1998. [promoted] Equity Trust Builds New Frontier of Crypto-Based Retirement Accounts
  1999. Tron (TRX) Team despite Weak Market Performance is Not Backing Down: Announcements & Latest
  2000. Bittrex Review: Still Good, But A Long Road Ahead To The Top
  2001. Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Lightning, Launches and Broken Promises
  2002. SEC Temporarily Suspends Trading of BTC and ETH Based Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs)
  2003. Dash (DASH) Price Performance, Coin Story and Latest Developments
  2004. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD’s Upsides Remain Capped
  2005. EOS Price Analysis: EOS/USD Remains Sell on Rallies Near $5.70
  2006. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Approaching Triangle Support
  2007. Ethereum Co-Founder: “There Isn’t An Opportunity For Another 1000x Growth”
  2008. Ethereum (ETH) Continues To Underperform, Are ICOs To Blame?
  2009. Coinbase Doubles Staff Count To 500, Even In Bear Market
  2010. L.A. Dodgers Using Ethereum for Athlete Token Giveaway
  2011. Earn.com: The Easiest Way To Earn Extra Cryptocurrencies
  2012. Dogecoin (DOGE) Not even Shook by the Weekly Market Performance: Story and Latest
  2013. IOTA (MIOTA) Expands Industrial Partnerships with VW, Bosch and Fujistsu
  2014. Bitcoin Vs Bitcoin Cash Scaling: Why Lightning Network is More Expensive than Bitcoin Cash
  2015. BANKEX and Codex Protocol Announce Integration Partnership to Open the Arts & Collectibles (“A&C”) Market to Different Investors
  2016. 3 Possible Short Term Scenarios for Bitcoin (BTC) and the Crypto Markets
  2017. Chinese Crypto Traders Find Ways To Skirt Government Crackdown
  2018. Analysis: “Uncanny” Correlation Between The Long-Term Bitcoin And Gold Charts
  2019. Crypto Market Continues Lower, ETH Falls Below $200, BTC at $6,150
  2020. Forbes: Meet David Schwartz, Ripple’s Trillion Dollar Man
  2021. Coinbase CEO: A Billion People Will Be Using Crypto in Five Years
  2022. Bytecoin: A Scam Or A Mismanaged Crypto Project?
  2023. What Next for Ethereum (ETH)?
  2024. Cardano (ADA), Tron (TRX) and BAT Listed on the Abra App
  2025. Blockchain Scalability Solutions: Overview of Crypto Scaling Solutions
  2026. Crypto Millionares Can Still Buy Bugatti Cars With Bitcoin, Even In A Bear Market
  2027. Bitcoin (BTC) May Be Nearing $6,000, But Is A Rebound Inbound?
  2028. Paypal Veteran Hops On Crypto Gravy Train, Joins 0x (ZRX) Advisory Board
  2029. Half of American Millennials are Open to Using Cryptocurrency
  2030. Coursera and ConsenSys Partner to Offer a Free Blockchain Course Starting Today
  2031. Crypto, Blockchain Companies Shine in LinkedIn’s Top 50 U.S. Startups
  2032. Opera Wallet now Allows Sending of Cryptokitties and ERC-721 Collectibles
  2033. Distributed Dialogues: Governance and Decentralized Platforms
  2034. Tron (TRX) Enters Merchandising Phase With T-Shirts and More at Crypto and Proud
  2035. Blockchain Evidence is Legally Binding, says China’s Supreme Court
  2036. MyEtherWallet: Review And Features Of The Most Popular ETH Wallet
  2037. U.S Senate Confirms New Pro-Crypto SEC Commissioner (Elad Roisman)
  2038. Win 1.000.000 TRX. Binance Announces New TRX Competition
  2039. Goldman Sachs CFO Calls Trading Desk Rumors “Fake News”
  2040. Horizen (ZEN) Sees 15% Gain As Grayscale Invests $6.3 Million
  2041. Abra Supports SEPA Bank Transfers, Enabling Crypto Purchases With Fiat
  2042. Be Warned: The Latest MEGA Chrome Extension Will Steal Your Monero
  2043. Coinbase Eyes ETF With Help From BlackRock: Business Insider Report
  2044. Senior Government Official Calls for Greater Blockchain Technology Capacity Development in the Country
  2045. Battle of the Privacycoins: Why Dash Is Not Really That Private
  2046. You Can Now Pay With Bitcoin Via Lightning at CoinGate’s 4,000 Merchants
  2047. How & Where To Buy Tron (TRX) Cryptocurrency
  2048. BTC and Crypto Volatility is Why We Won’t See a Bitcoin ETF Soon
  2049. ShapeShift Will Now Require “Basic Personal Details” for New Membership Program
  2050. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Turns South Towards $50
  2051. Abra CEO Believes Bitcoin ETF Eminent, SEC Just Needs the Right Suitor
  2052. Brian Kelly Believes ICOs Will Be Held to a Higher Standard
  2053. IBM Introduces 'World Wire' Payment System on Stellar Network
  2054. Vitalik Buterin: “Every Present-Day” Blockchain sucks (even BTC and ETH). PoS is Necesary
  2055. Lightning Ramp and Casa Join Hands to Develop the Casa Lightning Node
  2056. Bitcoin (BTC) Falls To $6900 In Market Drop, Analysts Call For Lower Prices
  2057. Lightning Is Made at the #LightningHackday Series in Berlin
  2058. World’s Most Expensive CryptoKitty Sold For 600 ETH ($170,000)
  2059. Goldman Sachs Puts Plans for a Crypto Trading Desk on Backburner
  2060. IBM Launches New Payments System Powered by Stellar (XLM)
  2061. Goldman Sachs Drops Plans To Establish Crypto Trading Desk
  2062. Guide to Blockchain Scalability: Bitcoin Scalability Problem and Effects
  2063. Stellar (XLM) Most Stable In The Markets with New Milestone of Over 1 Million Active Accounts
  2064. Here Is How & Where You Can Buy Zilliqa (ZIL) Cryptocurrecy
  2065. Bitcoin Price Update: BTC Erases Recent Gains, Drops Three Percent in Minutes as Cryptocurrency Market Suffers Fresh Plunge
  2066. Litecoin (LTC) Finally Nears $70 Amid Multiple Positive Developments
  2067. OmiseGO (OMG) Coin Story, Vision and Latest to Stay Updated
  2068. Monero (XMR) Price Analysis: Approaching Area of Interest
  2069. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Surpass $70 Soon
  2070. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Long-Term Reversal Pattern Almost Complete
  2071. A Newly Launched Stablecoin You’ve Never Heard of Is Coming to Ledger
  2072. South Korea Launches $90M Blockchain Education Course
  2073. How XRP Can Have a Better Price Outlook Than Satis Group Predicted
  2074. How Neo (NEO) Failed To Buy Tron’s (TRX) Newly Acquired BitTorrent
  2075. Bitstamp: An Overview of the Industry's Oldest Active Exchange
  2076. Fifth-largest Bank in The World (Mitsubishi UFG) Explains How Using Ripple Saves Time and Money
  2077. Pay In Bitcoins: 17 Major Websites That Accept Bitcoins
  2078. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Long-Term Reversal Pattern Almost Complete
  2079. Prominent Expert: 99% Chance Bitcoin (BTC) Will Succeed, 10k By November
  2080. BREAKING: VeChain (VET) and Monero (XMR) Only Double Digit Gainers as Major Announcement is Made
  2081. Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis: Another Consolidation Pattern
  2082. DAEX: Distributed Digital Asset Clearing Ecosystem For Centralized Crypto Exchanges
  2083. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Targets Fresh Weekly Highs
  2084. China Goes All Out On Blockchain Patents Amid Crypto Ban
  2085. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Strong Rally Tests Trend-Changing Behavior
  2086. Charlie Shrem, Founder of BitInstant: ‘Just Have Fun’ With Crypto Investing
  2087. Op Ed: DApps Can Increase Audience Engagement for Creators and Influencers
  2088. Bittrex Waves Goodbye To Bitcoin Gold (BTG) After $18M Hack
  2089. Bitcoin as a Privacycoin: This Tech is Making Bitcoin More Private
  2090. You Can Now Use Nano (NANO) To Pay For Your Breakfast
  2091. Google Releases Tools For Ethereum Blockchain Analysis
  2092. What Is LUXCoin? A Beginners Guide, Information And More
  2093. Ripple’s XRP Latest to Keep You Updated: Token Price Similar Flow with Ethereum ETH
  2094. EOS Price Analysis: EOS/USD In Significant Uptrend Above $6.00
  2095. Hyper Inflation in Venezuela Makes for Interesting Times in Cryptocurrency
  2096. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: More Bullish Confirmation
  2097. Dogecoin (DOGE) Deflates By 22%, But Hype Still Remains
  2098. Tom Lee: CBOE Ethereum Futures May Hurt ETH, But Benefit Bitcoin (BTC)
  2099. Japanese Regulators Clamp Down On Prospective Crypto Exchanges
  2100. Exploring The Top 7 Bitcoin Desktop Wallets
  2101. Verge (XVG) Giant Among Altcoins: Up to 20% Increase – Recommended
  2102. Firefox Browser To Address Crypto Malware Concerns In Upcoming Update
  2103. Line To Launch “LINK” Cryptocurrency In Expansion Efforts
  2104. How Cardano (ADA) Will Use GeoGnomo To Enhance Interoperability & Standards
  2105. Insurance Company With $126 billion Total Assets Looks Up To Vechain (VEN) On Blockchain Tech
  2106. Stellar Lumens (XLM) vs Ripple’s XRP: Round Two
  2107. A Beginner’s Guide To Tezos, The Self-Evolving Governance Model
  2108. Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: More Than an Academic View of Progress
  2109. Dash (DASH) Moves to Monthly Highest Against the USD as Atomic Wallet adds the Token
  2110. Tron (TRX) Gets Double Deal As It Enters The Dapp Era
  2111. Bitcoin SV Alpha Launched Claiming to Follow the Real Satoshi’s Vision about Bitcoin
  2112. CBOE Ready to Launch Ethereum (ETH) Futures Trading This Year
  2113. Bitcoin Remains Range-Bound At $7,000, Analysts Bearish
  2114. CZ Tweets About a Significant Bullish Run… And Deletes It To Not Over-excite Market
  2115. Colombia Will Lower Taxes On Crypto-Startups
  2116. BitFi Removes “Unhackable” Claims, Closes Bounty Program and Hires New Security Manager.
  2117. Nano (NANO) Now Accepted at the Bitcoin Superstore
  2118. 5 Best Blockchain-Based Prediction Markets Cryptocurrencies
  2119. SoftBank Denies Reports of Bitmain Deal; Bitmain Still Silent
  2120. Bittrex Official Adds XRP/USD and ETC/USD Pairs
  2121. Top Crypto Exchanges Join Hands To Tackle Regulatory Issues
  2122. Crypto Execs Remains Bullish, Even Amidst Bearish Setbacks
  2123. Category of Cryptocurrency Market: Social Network Coins
  2124. Bitcoin Energy Consumption Could Drive Innovation, Says Research Associate
  2125. Ethereum (ETH) Price Analysis: Triangle Breakout Alert!
  2126. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD At Risk of More Losses
  2127. How Cardano’s (ADA) Marlowe Plans To Disrupt Financial Smart Contracting
  2128. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Another Bearish Break!
  2129. Australians Can Pay Utility Bills With Bitcoin (BTC)
  2130. Chainalysis: Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Still Hasn’t Achieved Widespread Retail Adoption
  2131. EOS Maintains Top Spot in Latest China Blockchain Index Ranking
  2132. BitConnect's Alleged Ringleader Arrested in India: Local Reports
  2133. Zilliqa (ZIL) Mainnet Launch Scheduled for Dec 2018/Jan 2019
  2134. Guide to Airdrops: What is an Airdrop and How You Can Get Free Coins
  2135. High potential in a niche industry
  2136. Trezor’s Integration With MetaMask: All You Need To Know
  2137. Chaincode’s Residency Program Is Back, This Time With Lightning App Classes
  2138. TokenPay (TPAY) Says “Bitcoin (BTC) Isn’t Even Good For Ordinary Transactions”
  2139. IOTA (MIOTA) Coin Story, Latest News/Development and Future Price Prediction
  2140. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Struggling to Break $60
  2141. EOS Price Analysis: EOS/USD Poised to Break Higher
  2142. Ethereum (ETH) Price Analysis: On the Lookout for a Breakout
  2143. President of Venezuelan Cryptocurrencies Association: Cryptos are “The Evolution of Money”
  2144. Coinbase Isn’t Adding 50k Users Each Day, But Blockchain’s Wallet Is
  2145. Cardano’s (ADA) Team Working to Release the Final Product as Soon as Possible
  2146. Operation TRON Storm Has Even The Pope and Kanye West Being Tipped On Twitter Using TRX
  2147. eToro: Litecoin (LTC) Price Could Be a “Massive Discount to What it Should be Worth”
  2148. Ripple’s Convergence Solution with XRP as its Base: Fact or Fiction?
  2149. Binance (BNB) Teams Up With Nexo (NEXO) To Kill Traditional Bank Loan
  2150. MetaMask Wallet Review: Is It The Safest Wallet Out There?
  2151. Tron’s (TRX) 121 Translators Get 170,000 TRX Reward
  2152. Google Play’s Anti-Crypto Mining App Policy Hasn’t Seemed To Work
  2153. CryptoOracle Co-Founder: Bitcoin Is Functionally Better Than Gold
  2154. Bitcoin (BTC) and the Crypto Markets Do Not Need An ETF To Be Great
  2155. Crypto Market Sees 3% Pullback After A Short-Term Recovery
  2156. Ethereum (ETH) Lowest Fees Claimed on Decentralized Platform, Also Vitalik Buterin on the State of Ethereum
  2157. 5 Reasons Why XRP is Still A Better Bet Than Other Alts and even Bitcoin (BTC)
  2158. Tron (TRX) To Complete the Mainnet Upgrade on August 30th with The Final Virtual Machine Version
  2159. Top 10 Cryptocurrencies See Green After a Tumultuous Week
  2160. Coinomi Mobile Crypto Wallet Review: Secure, Intuitive, And One Of The Best
  2161. You Can Now Tip Using Tron (TRX) on Twitter, Further Boosting Crypto Adoption
  2162. More Excitement in Q3 of 2018 as Bitfinex Is Working on A Decentralized Exchange Built on EOS
  2163. Is Tron (TRX) Building a Decentralized Exchange for Future Tokens on its Platform?
  2164. Crypto Exchange Revenue May Double In 2018, Despite Market Downtrend
  2165. U.K.-Based Crypto Facilities Adds Bitcoin Cash Futures to Its Offerings
  2166. VeChain Surges 40%, Nasdaq Reports Vaccine Tracking Solution For China
  2167. Coinbase Seeks Patent for Security-Enhanced Bitcoin Payment System
  2168. Analyst: Strong U.S. Dollar Hurting Cryptocurrency
  2169. Dutch Trader Loses Reclamation Suit Against Banks That Froze His Accounts
  2170. Monero (XMR) Coinhive Miner Rakes In Over $120,000 A Month
  2171. [promoted] Equity Trust Forges a New Path for Crypto-Based IRA Investments
  2172. Bitcoin Price Will Hold at $6,000 Before Reaching $15,000 by Christmas, Says CoinCorner Co-founder
  2173. Coinbase Submits Patent Application for Bitcoin Payment System
  2174. TokenPay (TPAY) Mocks Ripple (XRP) And Neo (NEO)
  2175. Can an intelligent healthcare system solve the world’s woes?
  2176. Populous (PPT) Witnesses 57% Gain In Greenish Market
  2177. With the Creation of DApps, The Sky is the Limit for Tron (TRX)
  2178. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Inverse Head and Shoulders
  2179. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Preparing for Next Break
  2180. Rising Hashrates Amidst Shaky Crypto Market — “They’re Happy To Accumulate”
  2181. U.S. Investors Can Now Buy a Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Note
  2182. Binance Reveals Liechtenstein-Based Fiat-To-Crypto Exchange
  2183. Guide to Cryptocurrency Liquidity: How to Measure Liquidity & Trade Well
  2184. U.S. Crypto Investment Firm Attracts $22M in Series A, Looks to Expand Services
  2185. Crypto Fund Pantera Capital Is Seeking $175 Million For Its Next Venture
  2186. Pantera Capital’s Third Venture Fund Raises $71M, Eyes $175M
  2187. Thailand Opens to Crypto as SEC Approves Seven Exchanges
  2188. South Korea Budgets Nearly $4.5B for Blockchain, Emerging Tech
  2189. Dogecoin (DOGE) Founder Weighs In On Alleged AT&T Linked $23.8 million Crypto Theft
  2190. Here is Forbes’ 23 Quotes by Top Execs About Bitcoin (BTC) and Blockchain that You Should Read
  2191. Ripple’s (XRP) xRapid Bags Three New Partnerships
  2192. Bitcoin ETN Makes its Debut in the United States
  2193. Cryptocurrency Price: Pros and Cons of “Buying the Dip”
  2194. Los Angeles Band Group Prioritizes Verge (XVG), TokenPay (TPAY) For Purchase Of Music
  2195. Stellar Lumens (XML) Showcases True Competition Against Leading Coins like EOS and XRP
  2196. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Rebound Facing Significant Hurdles
  2197. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Resume Its Decline
  2198. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Watch This Short-Term Range
  2199. “Yelp! Of Blockchain” Acquires $1.4M in Seed Investments for Broken Review Industry Improvement
  2200. Are The Bitcoin Bulls Back? Brian Kelly Weighs In
  2201. BitAngels Founder Sues AT&T for $224 million Following Wallet Hacks
  2202. Social Media Giant LINE Adds Tron (TRX) To Its BitBox Exchange
  2203. Square’s Cash App Now Supports Bitcoin Trading in All 50 States
  2204. “Goodbye Toshi, Hello Coinbase Wallet” — Coinbase Revamps Mobile App
  2205. Venezuela Nationalizes Petro, Will Introduce Crypto-Based Salary System for Workers
  2206. Ethereum Co-Founder: Sinking Price of Crypto Will Not Hurt Growth
  2207. AMA With Origin Team Reveals Plans for Decentralized Sharing Economy
  2208. Vietnamese Government Bans Mining Hardware Imports
  2209. Cardano’s (ADA) Latest Update: Icarus And ‘Unsung’ Yoroi In Focus
  2210. Bitcoin Price recovers Amidst $15 Billion Cryptocurrency Market Bounce
  2211. Paragon Partners With Civic Technologies to Deliver Transparency, Digital IDs to Cannabis Industry
  2212. Ripple’s XRP and Tech best Choice for Amazon to Go
  2213. NANO and XVG Lead a Pack of 14 Alt-Coins Rebounding With a Vengeance
  2214. Market Woes No Concern For Coinbase With 50k Daily Signups
  2215. ICOs Being Blamed for Ethereum (ETH) Sinking Price
  2216. Category of Cryptocurrency Market: Gaming Coins
  2217. Using Blockchain to Unearth the Next K-POP Superstar with the Z-POP Dream Project
  2218. Tron (TRX) Up 13%, Edges out IOTA In the Markets After BITBOX Listing that Includes an Airdrop
  2219. Litecoin Price Analysis: Can LTC/USD Break This Resistance?
  2220. Ethereum (ETH) Price Analysis: Bears Still in Control?
  2221. Op Ed: Evaluating the Promise of Cardano: Has Ethereum Met Its Match?
  2222. A Look Into The Mind Of An “ETH Giveaway” Twitter Scammer
  2223. Trouble on the Horizon? What Last Weekend’s Ruckus Means for Bitmain’s IPO
  2224. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Is That a Bullish Divergence?
  2225. Wyre Adds MakerDAO Stablecoin Pairing for Global Money Transfers
  2226. SuperWorld AR Real Estate token is like playing Monopoly in the Real World
  2227. Ether Price Analysis: Historic Support Breaks, Leads to Signs of Capitulation
  2228. Bitcoin (BTC) Holds $6,000, While Xapo’s President Says Altcoins May Go Extinct
  2229. Distributed Dialogues: Weighing In on Privacy Implications
  2230. Coinbase Index Fund Adds ETC, Minimizes Fee To Charm Investors
  2231. The Tron (TRX) Community is 100% Unfazed By the Current Market Decline
  2232. [promoted] FlipNpik’s Social Media Model: Boosting Incentives for Local Promotions
  2233. Ethereum (ETH) Is Not Dead. Current Events Could Be A Catalyst to Implement Scaling Solutions
  2234. IOTA (MIOTA) Coin Characteristics, Latest News/Development: Future Real Life Adoption
  2235. What Caused Crypto Markets to Dump $30 Billion and Hit a New 2018 Low
  2236. Bitcoin (BTC) Under $6k, Total Crypto Market Cap under $200 Billion. What Next?
  2237. Ethereum Price Falls Below $300 as Cryptocurrency Market Tumbles
  2238. We’ll Recover Just Like The Past, says veteran BTC Analyst Willy Woo
  2239. EOS Price Analysis: More Bears Waiting to Hop In?
  2240. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Tested $50, Now What?
  2241. EOS (EOS) Continues to Attract New DApps and Those on the Ethereum Platform
  2242. FinCEN Director: Cryptocurrency Complaints Exceed 1500 Per Month
  2243. Consumers Have Lost Almost $100 Million To ICO Exit Scams
  2244. Blockchain Project Luxcore (LUX) Appoints Crypto Pundit John McAfee CEO
  2245. Roger Ver Planning ICO For Bitcoin.com
  2246. A Thin Ice Market — Altcoins Bleed Out
  2247. Tether Prints 50 Million USDT, The Controversy Continues
  2248. Facebook Contest: Tron (TRX) Dishes Out iPhone X
  2249. Cryptocurrency Market Loses $43 Billion in Five Days
  2250. Cryptocurrency Guides: Comprehensive List of Crypto Guides For Beginners
  2251. Crypto Startup Taps Larry King in Shared Effort to Combat Climate Change
  2252. Crypto Traders Eye Turkey as Local Currency Tumbles
  2253. Cryptocurrency Trading is Illegal in Saudi Arabia
  2254. Blockfreelancer is the NO1. Decentralized marketplace for freelancers and recruiters.
  2255. TRON (TRX) With Excitement Accepted at Bitcoin Superstore: The Crypto-Community’s Choice
  2256. EOS Price Analysis: Can EOS/USD Stay Above $5.00?
  2257. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Could Decline To $50
  2258. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Holding Out for Directional Clues
  2259. Rich Dad Poor Dad Bullish on Bitcoin, Calls Fiat ‘Scam’
  2260. Campaign To Find The “Real” Satoshi Garners $70,000 USD In Crowdfunding
  2261. KuCoin’s Hong Kong Office — Is It A Facade Or Something More?
  2262. Ethereum (ETH) Founder Vitalik Buterin Eulogizes Zcash (ZEN), Calls It “Cool” Project
  2263. Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Getting Creative With Blockchain Solutions
  2264. Here Is How One of Ripple’s Lawsuits Initially Filed in California, Will Be Decided in Federal Court
  2265. Stellar (XLM) is Inches Away From Edging out EOS from the Number 5 Spot
  2266. Weiss Ratings Agrees XRP Should be A Base Currency On Binance
  2267. Ripple’s XRP Coin Story, Most Recent News/Development and Future Price Predictions
  2268. The Listing Fee Debates Continues, As Binance CEO Says “We Don’t List S***coins”
  2269. Bitcoin Sees $350 Recovery, Amidst Altcoin Drop Off
  2270. Here Is How Bitcoin (BTC) Has Survived Worse, Including the Mt. Gox Saga of 2013/2014
  2271. Facebook Denies Entering Partnership with Stellar Lumens (XLM)
  2272. Web Hosting Services That Accept Bitcoins And Other Cryptocurrencies
  2273. Here Is How Apple Has 20 Times More Lawsuits than Ripple, and its Stock is Still Worth $1 Trillion
  2274. Here Is How You Can Track Tron’s 33.25 Billion TRX Frozen Till 2020
  2275. Tron (TRX) Foundation Successfully Acquires BlockChain.Org
  2276. Stellar Lumens (XLM) Accelerates Global Adoption While Reducing Friction in cross-border Payments
  2277. Why should every investor be using the Vertex marketplace?
  2278. The PGA Falls Victim To Bitcoin Ransomware Attack
  2279. Singapore-Based Venture Capital Firm To Open The $10 Million LuneX Crypto Fund
  2280. Lightning Network Payment System “SparkSwap” Makes Its Official Debut
  2281. Famous Thai Actor “Boom” Jaravijit Arrested for Multimillionaire Crypto Scam
  2282. Op Ed: Exploring the SEC’s New “Sufficiently Decentralized” Test
  2283. Lead BCH Developer Banned from Bitcoin Cash Slack Channel
  2284. Bitcoin Price Analysis: Supply Still Outweighing Demand as Prices Dip
  2285. Bitcoin Falls to $6,050, Establishes New 1 Month Low
  2286. Distributed Dialogues: Blockchain’s Better Side
  2287. VeChain (VEN) Token Swap on Mobile Wallet Ongoing and a Betting DApp Chooses The Platform
  2288. Guide to Centralized Cryptocurrencies: Impacts of Centralization
  2289. World Bank chooses Common Wealth Bank of Australia for first blockchain bond
  2290. Nano (NANO) Updates: $5,750 Treasure Hunt in London and Amazing NANO Community Efforts
  2291. Here Is Why the XRP Community Wants the Coin Added as A Base Currency on Binance
  2292. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Bulls Holding $60
  2293. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Decent Bounce But Still in Correction Zone
  2294. Cryptomonsters: The first crypto-game running on the Litecoin Blockchain
  2295. Cardano (ADA) Testnet Launched to Focus on Smart-Contracts “Translation”
  2296. Poll: Cryptocurrency Will Make Up 5% of U.S. Investing in 2019
  2297. Tom Lee Says Bitcoin ‘Isn’t Broken.’ Actual Events Prove Him Right
  2298. Lite.im Makes Litecoin (LTC) Available Via Telegram And Text Messages
  2299. Bitcoin Fends Off Further Decline, But An Analyst Says Its “Game Over”
  2300. Bitmain One Ups Canaan’s Crypto TV, Launches WiFi Router Miner
  2301. ShapeShift to Add Multi-Crypto Swapping Tool to Its Exchange Platform
  2302. Binance “Sneak Peeks” In-House Decentralized Exchange
  2303. Bitcoiners Losing Faith in Twitter Inspire an Exodus to Mastodon
  2304. Here Is How Tron’s (TRX) Daily Transaction Volume Could Surpass that of Ethereum
  2305. Due to Demand, SBI’s VCTRADE Lifts Its Upper Age Limit of 70 Years for New Account Applicants
  2306. BitMEX Trades 1 Million Bitcoin (BTC) In a Bearish Market, Setting Industry Record Yet Again
  2307. Tron (TRX) And Moshroom Announce Strategic Partnership
  2308. Bitcoin Price Decline is an Overreaction to ETF Delay, Says Pantera CEO
  2309. TRON (TRX) Versus the Crypto-Verse: Confidence in Overcoming the Lead
  2310. Blockchain Startup, Libra, Earns $15 Million in Series B Funding
  2311. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Down to the Last Lines of Defense
  2312. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Poised To Break $60
  2313. Opera Introduces Built-In Crypto Wallet For Desktop Version
  2314. Stormy Markets — Volume Picks Up As Bitcoin (BTC) Drops To $6,200
  2315. New Partnership Designed to Securely Track Precious Metal Trades
  2316. Bittrex To Add Fiat Support For Ethereum Classic (ETC) and XRP
  2317. DJ Who “Turned Down Wall St.” Is On a Quest to Decentralize Music Festivals
  2318. Recent Market Drop Reveals Industry Is Entirely Speculative Driven
  2319. This Crypto Scam Botnet Consists of Over 15,000 Separate Bots
  2320. Here Is Why Now Is A Good Time To Get Some Cheap XRP and Other Digital Assets
  2321. The SEC Is Delaying Another Bitcoin ETF Decision
  2322. Ethereum Classic (ETC) Ambushes Tron and Monero, Going For IOTA
  2323. Coinbase Increases Daily Cryptocurrency Transaction Limit to $25,000, Enables Instant Trading
  2324. Altcoins bleed as crypto markets fall to new 2018 low
  2325. Cardano (ADA) Improved Version Announced by CEO Charles Hoskinson
  2326. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Drops Sharply, Could Test $60
  2327. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bulls Defending Channel Bottom?
  2328. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Dips Below $6800 Following ETF Delay
  2329. Olife aims to Utilise Blockchain 4.0 Technology to Revolutionise the Digital Commerce Industry
  2330. West Virginia to Offer Blockchain Voting Options for Midterms
  2331. VanEck: Bitcoin ETF Answers $1 Billion Question
  2332. Maerki Baumann Is the Latest Swiss Bank to Embrace Crypto
  2333. 70 Macau Residents Lose Over $2.5 Million To A Mining Scheme
  2334. Coinbase Pro Now Supports Ethereum Classic (ETC)
  2335. Here Is Ripple’s Summarized Plan of Making XRP and Ripple Products Great
  2336. Zilliqa (ZIL) Project Updates: Sharding, Scilla, Partnership News and Mainnet Launch Date
  2337. Investors and Not Criminals dominate Bitcoin Transactions, Says Federal Agent
  2338. Ripple’s XRP with Excitement Accepted at Bitcoin Superstore: The CEO’s Vision
  2339. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Bears Just Won’t Give Up!
  2340. Chinese Trader Sues OkCoin After Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Fork Dispute
  2341. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Holding Important Support
  2342. Ethereum Classic (ETC) Price Analysis: What’s Behind That Big Breakout
  2343. Crypto Investing Groups Are Responsible for $1 Billion in Market Manipulation Throughout 2018
  2344. Goldman Sachs Could Support Crypto Custody In The Near Future
  2345. Coinbase Renews Money Transmitter License in Wyoming, Reopens Services in State
  2346. Coinbase Resumes Cryptocurrency Trading in Wyoming After Three-Year Absence
  2347. Goldman Sachs Could Have a Crypto Custody Service in the Works
  2348. XRP-Centric SBI Holdings, Invested in These Two Companies in North America to Further Crypto Products
  2349. AxiomLevel Targets Institutional Investors With Investor Onboarding Platform
  2350. Bitcoin Dominance Drops Significantly, Further Worrying BTC Investors
  2351. ConsenSys Ventures Kavita Gupta Talks Tachyon and India
  2352. Owner of NYSE Launching New Bitcoin (BTC) Market is a Double Edged Sword, says Wallstreet Veteran
  2353. Here Is How You Can Accelerate Stuck Bitcoin Transactions
  2354. Bitcoin Price Drops to Three Week Low as Altcoin Market Takes a Hit
  2355. Tron (TRX) Officially Integrated as a Payment Option on Pornhub, Further Boosting TRX Adoption
  2356. Starbucks Clarifies Its Position on Cryptocurrency
  2357. EOS Price Analysis: EOS/USD Facing Significant Resistance
  2358. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Will Sellers Return Here?
  2359. Litecoin Price Analysis: Can LTC/USD Gain Momentum?
  2360. TokenPay (TPAY) CEO, Security Guru John McAfee, Two Others, To Debate Crypto Adoption
  2361. Here Is How SBI’s XRP-centric VCTRADE Plans On Becoming Number One
  2362. ICO Analysis: Trivver ICO Review
  2363. VeChain (VEN) Partners With Largest Telecommunication Company In Japan
  2364. UBS: ‘Lack of Stability’ Preventing Bitcoin Going Mainstream
  2365. How To Transfer ERC20 Tokens To A Ledger Nano S (Using MyEtherWallet)
  2366. Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Challenging the Way It’s Always Been Done
  2367. Sirin Labs: “We’re not with IOTA”. Finney Phone Relies on Ethereum Now
  2368. Short Ethereum Token: The Token That Rises When ETH Plummets, And Plummets When ETH Rises
  2369. Ripple’s XRP the least Loser in the Last 7 Days & Daily Life Uses
  2370. Peru Shows Signs of “Accelerated Growth” in Crypto Trading
  2371. CZ: ‘We Don’t Want To Compete With Coinbase or Gemini’
  2372. Ran NeuNer believes There Will Be a Bitcoin ETF by 2018 and The CEO of Arrington XRP Capital Agrees
  2373. Mike Novogratz: For Bitcoin to Hit 10k It Needs Custody and Regulatory Clarity. After That 20k is Easy
  2374. Bitcoin (BTC) ETF Might Be Possible With the Bakkt Announcement, says CNBC’s Brian Kelly
  2375. Chinese Peer-to-Peer Economy to Exceed 20% GDP. Blockchain Community is to Follow
  2376. Here Is How Starbucks Will Lead the Way Towards Bitcoin’s (BTC) Global Adoption
  2377. Coinbase Custody Service Is Considering Storage for XRP and More Digital Assets
  2378. ReddCoin (RDD) Updates ReddID, Bringing It Closer to a Full Public Release
  2379. Setting Up The Ledger Nano S: A Beginner’s Guide
  2380. On a Path to Recovery: Bithumb Reopens Deposits and Withdrawals
  2381. Distributed Dialogues: Crypto Reporters Look in the Mirror
  2382. Mt. Gox Creditors Release Update of Civil Rehabilitation Plan
  2383. Ethereum (ETH) Coin Story and What Holds the Future
  2384. Breeze Wallet with Breeze Privacy Protocol Mainnet Now Available for Download
  2385. Coinbase Finalizes Plans To List Ethereum Classic (ETC)
  2386. Intercontinental Exchange to Introduce Bakkt, a Crypto Payment System for Retailers
  2387. Goldman Sachs: “Bitcoin Is Likely To Decline Even Further”
  2388. “Not a Great Precedent”: Commissioner Discusses the SEC’s Latest ETF Decision
  2389. VeChain (VEN) Unveils Drug and Vaccine Traceability Solution For Over 30 Million People
  2390. Coinbase WooCommerce Plugin Makes Crypto Available to Millions of Online Merchants
  2391. John McAfee’s ‘Unhackable’ BitFi Hardware Wallet, Hacked. Fueling a ‘Twitter War’
  2392. Breaking: Owner of NYSE Partners with Microsoft, BCG and Starbucks to launch a Global Bitcoin Market
  2393. These Are The Best Ways To Safely Store Your Private Keys Or Seed Key
  2394. Here are 12 Projects Utilizing the Stellar (XLM) Blockchain That No One is Talking About
  2395. Coinbase Plugin Allows Millions of Webstores to Accept Crypto
  2396. Bitcoin Price Could Fall Below $6,000 if it Fails to Maintain Current Support Level
  2397. SBI’s VCTRADE and 2 More Reasons To Continue Being Bullish About XRP
  2398. Here are 3 More Cases of Tron (TRX) Adoption and How the Tron Community Is Helping
  2399. Bidali now allows you to buy gift cards from over 100 top brands with Ethereum
  2400. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Wedge Resistance Holding, Support Next?
  2401. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Testing Key Support, Can it Hold?
  2402. Monero Glitch Allowed Hackers To Steal XMR From Exchanges
  2403. Ripple’s XRP Community Confusion with the Firm Actually Working for the Good
  2404. Payment Platform Square Sees $37 Million in Revenue From Bitcoin Integration
  2405. Win 2 ETH by Disguising a Cat as a Doge
  2406. TRON (TRX) Price Slipping Despite TVM and BitTorrent Addition
  2407. Bitcoin Staves Off Drop Under $7,500, Investors Remain Bullish
  2408. Financial Services Firm Opens Doors to Crypto Hedge Funds
  2409. Here Is How Market Liquidity Is A Better Way Of Ranking Cryptocurrencies Than Market Capitalization
  2410. Bitcoin Mining Giant, Canaan, Debuts World’s First Bitcoin Mining Television
  2411. Versara Introduces Wallet Geared to Investors, New Move Towards Revolutionizing the Trade Finance Industry
  2412. Audits and Quality Assurance: Patching the Holes in Smart Contract Security
  2413. Verge (XVG) Integrated Into Pundi X POS For Easy Trading At Local Stores
  2414. A "Good Start": U.S. Introduces Office of Innovation and Sandbox for Fintech
  2415. Tron (TRX) Drifts Close To Ethereum, With Over 100 Thousands Accounts On MainNet
  2416. How Many Bitcoins Are There : Total Number, Number Of Bitcoins In Circulation, Lost Bitcoins & More
  2417. CasinosBlockchain.io – Discover the best Bitcoin and Blockchain Casinos
  2418. Bitcoin Price is Set for Another Breakout, Says ‘Wall Street’s Crypto King’
  2419. Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Reaching Crucial Juncture
  2420. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Are Bulls Ready to Charge Again?
  2421. Tron (TRX) Price Analysis: Key Levels to Watch
  2422. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD is Showing Signs of Life
  2423. Former Beverage Company Turned Bitcoin Miner Eyes Customer Loyalty Market
  2424. BitMEX CEO: A Bitcoin ETF is Great For Adoption, Triples-Down On $50k Prediction
  2425. Queensland Backs Cryptocurrency Point-of-Sale Project for Tourism
  2426. Tron (TRX) Launches TronWallet Application for Android
  2427. Coinsquare Launches XRP Support Prior To Global Expansion
  2428. [promoted] GXChain and the Blockchain Data Economy
  2429. Litecoin (LTC) Compliments Bitcoin and is Currently Massively Discounted, Says Market Analyst
  2430. Here Is How Tron’s (TRX) BitTorrent was Also On the Mind of Satoshi Nakamoto back in 2008
  2431. U.S. Investors See Bitcoin as “Risky,” Opt for “Security Over Growth”
  2432. Popular Bitcoin Cities in the World
  2433. Will A Crash in Bitcoin’s Price Lead to Its Demise?
  2434. Bitcoin Will Flash Dump then Moon, Says Veteran BTC Analyst Willy Woo
  2435. How To Get A Bitcoin Address & Why It Is Important
  2436. Bitcoin Suffers Price Decline as Bearish Trend Takes the Upper Hand
  2437. BRAVO’s upcoming token generation event: Bringing Crypto payments mainstream
  2438. Bitcoin (BTC) and the Crypto Markets Continue To Decline For a Second Day Running
  2439. Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Tumbles, More Losses Likely
  2440. Bill Clinton to Deliver Address at Upcoming Ripple Swell Conference
  2441. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Where Bulls Are Waiting
  2442. NANO Price Fall: Beleaguered Coin Dips Below $2
  2443. Coinbase Hires Former Wall Street Executive As Chief Compliance Offer
  2444. “Eating Their Lunch:” Blockchain Upstarts Challenge Investment Banks
  2445. Citigroup and Barclays Join Experimental Blockchain Project
  2446. Op Ed: Is Green Crypto (Necessarily) an Oxymoron?
  2447. Binance Buys Trust Wallet, Aims To Expand Operations
  2448. More Than a Ledger: How Blockchains Will Democratize Wealth
  2449. Over 600 Public Comments Flood the SEC Website For The CBOE Bitcoin (BTC) ETF
  2450. Behlendorf: Google Can Benefit From “High-Velocity Development on Fabric”
  2451. MonetaryCoin – a Coin Cap Calibrated to Economic Growth
  2452. Paul Krugman: Bitcoin Will “Set the Monetary System Back 300 Years”
  2453. Justin Sun Celebrates Birthday and 1st Anniversary of the Tron (TRX) Project
  2454. Malta, Not South Korea, Is now the Leading Trader of XRP, says Ripple Exec. Cory Johnson
  2455. Bodhi Bets on the Decentralized Prediction Marketplace
  2456. Ripple partners With Madonna on her 60th Birthday to Raise Funds for Vulnerable Children In Malawi
  2457. Neluns – New generation financial ecosystem
  2458. Bitcoin Showing Positive Signs for Another Massive Price Surge
  2459. ICO Analysis: Dispatch Labs ICO Review
  2460. Study: Only 5% Of U.K. Crypto Investors Turn A Profit
  2461. Novogratz’s Crypto Bank Will Start Trading on August 1
  2462. Litecoin Price Analysis: Can LTC/USD Hold The $80 Support?
  2463. Happy Birthday Ethereum!
  2464. Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis: Is That a Shallow Bearish Channel?
  2465. Tron (TRX) Price Analysis: Still Range-Bound Despite VM Launch
  2466. Sky Mining CEO Scams $35 Million in Investor Funds
  2467. Fatfish Internet CEO: The Second Wave Rally Is Very Strong, ETF Soon
  2468. Bitcoin Mining Giant, Bitmain, Records $1.1 Billion Profit in Q1 2018
  2469. Ethereum (ETH) Founder, Vitalik Buterin, Says ETF Issues Overhyped
  2470. An Australian Blockchain Experiment: Tracking Global Almond Shipments
  2471. Education Ecosystem Provides Update on LiveEdu Product Development and New Team Members
  2472. How Blockchain Promotes International Trade, Identity and Financial Inclusion
  2473. BitMart Exchange Launches Mission X: The Community Listing Market
  2474. Op Ed: Cryptocurrency Capital Gains Taxes — Breaking Down the Problem
  2475. Stellar Lumens (XLM) Coin Story, Most Recent News/Development and Future Price Predictions
  2476. Chamber of Digital Commerce Sets Out ICO and Token Guidelines
  2477. Big Step for Litecoin: Confirmed HTC Exodus Blockchain Phone Backing LTC
  2478. [promoted] WatermelonBlock Harnesses AI Brainpower to Fuel Crypto Market Analysis
  2479. CEO of just another ICO, is now the Global Pharmaceutical CEO of the year.
  2480. First Fully Regulated Crypto Exchange Launches
  2481. More Crypto Adoption as Gibraltar United To Pay Players with Cryptocurrencies
  2482. South Korea Legitimizing Crypto and Blockchain Could Boost the Bitcoin (BTC) Bull Run
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Op Ed: In Defense of Bitcoin: A Response to Nouriel Roubini

Rhetorical style should never distract from the content of someone’s arguments. So when I heard that Nouriel Roubini testified to the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs on the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem, I decided to peruse his testimony and reflect on it.

His testimony makes an extensive number of critical points on the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency ecosystem. In this article, I want to set out a defense of Bitcoin against them. Importantly, I have not attempted to critically assess each and every single point he makes. Instead, I will focus my discussion on those areas of his testimony which I think are most important to defending Bitcoin.

I offer no extensive defense for the cryptocurrency ecosystem in general because I am, to a substantial extent, in agreement with Roubini. Though there are certainly some projects of technical and economic value outside of Bitcoin, in my view, it is mostly Bitcoin that is of value and, therefore, what specifically needs to be defended against his claims.

With regard to the “enterprise blockchain” ecosystem, as Roubini rightly notes, the word “blockchain” in this context is usually somewhat of a misuse of the term, and the initiatives in the enterprise ecosystem currently labeled as such generally have little to do with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. This is not to say that these enterprise initiatives have no value and are complete fads that are now “fading and imploding,” as he notes. There is currently a substantial wave within financial institutions and elsewhere in creating and reshaping digital platforms that integrate the actors and activities in ecosystems to enable value exchange. Using what are generally called “permissioned ledgers” can sometimes be useful in building these platforms. But such permissioned ledger systems should have entirely different designs, properties and purposes than Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. The common slogan that these permissioned ledger systems use “the technology behind Bitcoin” is misguided, and discussion of their merits should be separated from the discussion on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.  

Overall, Roubini makes a fair number of points on which he and I are largely in agreement. But there are also a substantial number of Roubini’s arguments which I think are flat-out wrong, misguided or at least lacking in proper nuance and context, specifically as they apply to Bitcoin. And this matters. As someone with a skeptical perspective on this ecosystem as a whole, I am left with a substantially more positive disposition toward that ecosystem, particularly where the future evolution and legitimacy of Bitcoin are concerned.

Bitcoin’s Main Value

From the discussion, it is clear that Roubini does not believe there is much of a positive case to be made for Bitcoin having any societal value, let alone any other cryptocurrency. That is obvious from a number of his remarks. He notes, for instance, that “until now, Bitcoin’s only real use has been to facilitate illegal activities such as drug transactions, tax evasion, avoidance of capital controls, or money laundering.” In addition, he attacks many of the core propositions that Bitcoin supporters commonly tout, such as its potential to be a store of value.

A positive case for Bitcoin, however, can certainly be made, and I don’t think that any of his more legitimate criticisms really significantly undermine it. In my view and that of many others, the fundamental value proposition that Bitcoin could potentially offer to the world is to be sound money for the digital age.

As can be expected, there are some different ideas of what exactly this means within the Bitcoin community. But I see sound digital money as a money with two aspects that would make it qualitatively different than modern fiat currencies: (1) it is a better store of value, and (2) it better enables financial sovereignty. Sound digital money may not be optimal in every single possible respect, but it would have notable advantages over fiat currencies in the aforementioned respects.

Bitcoin already has some aspects to it which we would expect from a good store of value: there is a hard guarantee on the scarcity of the number of bitcoin (about 21 million); it has a number of advantages over gold in terms of divisibility, transportation and storage; and, finally, the system has shown great resilience in the face of attacks over the last decade, as we would expect from a resilient money that holds its value in the long run.

In addition, Bitcoin transactions are currently practically uncensorable, bitcoin is a digital bearer asset that is difficult to confiscate if stored properly, and the system offers an opt-out to the government fiat and the banking system. These are the types of properties to be expected from a currency that wishes to promote financial sovereignty.

Clearly, however, bitcoin has gone only some way toward becoming sound money for the digital age, and it is far too early to claim victory. To focus on an obvious point: although bitcoin has, for many, been a good investment that has displayed a generally upward line in its market value over the years (despite Roubini’s persistent warnings at much, and I mean much, lower prices), bitcoin price volatility is still way too high to reasonably claim the store-of-value status. Given the small market for bitcoin, this price volatility is not surprising. Even though this volatility has been decreasing substantially over the years, it would certainly have to decrease further in the long run for bitcoin to be considered a reasonable store of value.

I would argue, however, that we should value bitcoin not so much because it is fully formed, sound digital money, but rather because it seems to be in the process of becoming sound digital money. The value argument is, therefore, one primarily concerning its potential.

Why should anyone care about financial sovereignty and the store-of-value proposition? Let’s begin by looking at financial sovereignty and deal with the store-of-value proposition later. It strikes me that there is a plethora of possible examples that attest to the value of financial sovereignty, but Roubini has made no attempt to engage with any of them.

Sweden, for example, has almost completely eliminated cash and made its population, to a large extent, dependent on the servers of their banks for access to their money and the ability to make or receive payments. That gives these banks an enormous amount of power over the population. It also creates highly centralized points of failure, which increases overall risks with regard to system failures and pernicious forces.

There are also many people around the world who depend on banks that are much less reliable than those in Sweden. And Bitcoin could be a good medium to hold some of our value, particularly for people who find themselves in those circumstances. Roubini’s claim that Bitcoin offers no value to the world’s poor and that only “fintech” matters in this regard is not very convincing. The “black mirror” usage of modern technology by the Chinese government that is intertwined with applications such as WeChat and Alipay, which Roubini mentions as apparently good examples of such “fintech,” is hardly a beacon of light if we care to advance freedom and democracy in the digital age.  

All this is not to say, of course, that banking and banks have no value or are going to disappear entirely from the face of the planet. Intermediaries such as banks can address knowledge as well as risk problems for us. Such intermediaries will continue to perform these tasks in the future, and it makes sense that a lot of our value is, therefore, managed by them.

But it also seems wise to hold on to some of our value not merely via the protection of the law (as is the case with our bank deposits), but also in a technical sense. Before Bitcoin, it was not possible to have a bearer asset in a digital form — which is why Bitcoin was technologically revolutionary and a break with our technological past — and one would have had to resort to cash, gold, paintings or something similar. Bitcoin now makes it possible to have a bearer asset in digital form that can be easily divided and transported, and, with some expertise, well and safely stored. In addition, Bitcoin may offer new types of possibilities for “custodian” solutions that decrease risks for the user without giving up control entirely. An obvious example here is a basic multisignature scheme.

In conclusion, Bitcoin is the product of decades of research on digital bearer assets and digital scarcity, and to me it’s quite likely that the world will come to value it, once they understand it better and once it has become more practical to use for everyone, not just those who are technologically savvy.     

Bitcoin’s Decentralized Character

The key property of the Bitcoin system that could allow it to play the role of sound digital money is its decentralized character. The term “decentralization” is thrown around a lot, sometimes with different meanings. But in my view, the key way in which Bitcoin seems to be decentralized is that power over the network appears to be dispersed: that is, power over the activities on the network and the rules that govern it seems to be distributed among a community, rather than concentrated in the hands of a single entity or a small group of entities.

This does not mean Bitcoin is a perfect democracy. Many philosophers have tried to come up with conceptions of what a perfect democratic community would be, whether it consists of everyone in the community having an equal say in decision-making, its members having power in decision-making relative to their interest in the decision being made, and so on. However we might conceive of that ideal, it is certainly not the case with Bitcoin that everyone in the community has an equally powerful voice (nor is that the case for any other community on the face of the planet). Instead, the point is merely that power over Bitcoin seems to be very spread out and non-concentrated, much in the way that decision-making power is spread out in parliamentary democracies over the courts, bureaucracy, executive, media, various representative bodies, the public and so on, but also to a greater extent and with a more popular form.

Decentralization is fundamental to Bitcoin because without it, there are no guarantees on the main properties that underlie the store-of-value and financial-sovereignty propositions. If the network were controlled by a central party, for instance, the limit of 21 million bitcoin or lack of censorship in transactions would largely depend on its whims. To put it bluntly, without Bitcoin’s decentralized character, bitcoin (the currency) would not be much more than the equivalent of digital Beanie Babies (an expression which I believe I owe to Joshua Unseth and Chris DeRose).

It is common for Bitcoin detractors to claim that the system is not really very decentralized, usually with the argument that power is concentrated in the hands of a few mining companies. Indeed, there is a limited number of mining pools and companies that produce mining equipment, and a lot of the network’s hash rate is controlled by a few mining companies. Mining also still seems to be relatively concentrated in China. However, there are potentially some positive changes in these respects. It seems, for example, that mining is shifting away from China to countries such as Canada, the United States and Iceland. In addition, there is technological progress that could help decentralize the mining ecosystem further (see, for instance, Matt Corallo’s recent work). Nevertheless, it is certainly fair to conclude that the mining market is largely oligopolistic in character, and we can presume that it will probably always retain that character to some extent.

We should not, however, make the mistake of concluding that oligopolistic tendencies in the mining market equate to a system that is centralized overall. That simply does not appear to be the case. The decentralized character of the system as a whole was significantly attested to, for example, by the failure of both the Bitcoin Cash fork and the New York Agreement in 2017 — basically both initiatives instigated by a small number of actors predominantly from the mining sector and a few other types of big companies to push through scaling solutions that were against the will of the majority of the market. So even with rather oligopolistic tendencies in the mining market, Bitcoin has apparently managed to stay relatively decentralized as a system — a sign of Bitcoin’s strength, I would say.

In the end, the claim that Bitcoin is decentralized is a thesis based on empirical observations and theoretical understandings of how Bitcoin works. There is much to be said for it. Those such as Roubini who claim that Bitcoin is largely controlled by miners or other centralized industries would have to be able to explain these empirical facts such as mentioned above and what is wrong with the checks within the system that currently curb their influence. But I have yet to see a really convincing story by him or anyone else along these lines.

As a final thought on this matter, the history of political systems does show that maintaining a community with a highly popular character is very challenging. Over time, such systems tend to be subverted in various ways. So skepticism in this regard is certainly warranted, and maintaining its decentralized character is, therefore, in my view, certainly the largest challenge for Bitcoin going forward. But in order for any concerns to be legitimate in this regard, they need to move beyond myopically pointing out the oligopolistic tendencies in the mining market or other types of Bitcoin industries, particularly given the fact that Bitcoin seems to be becoming more decentralized over time, not less.  

Bitcoin’s Further Value

All the previous discussion is not to say that the only potential value to be gained from the Bitcoin system is sound digital money, buttressed by its decentralized character. It may be possible to scale the Bitcoin system to make it more suitable for payments and not just a system for a censorship-resistant store of value. Such scaling will undoubtedly have to come from a complex combination of initiatives that are difficult to foresee completely at this point, just as it would have been difficult in 1995 to envision exactly how the modern version of Netflix could have operated on the internet 20 years later, as Andreas Antonopoulos recently quipped.

The exponential growth of the Lightning Network this year reveals one of the ways in which such scaling is possible, and it is telling that Roubini makes no mention of it and other efforts in his discussion of Vitalik Buterin’s “inconsistent trinity,” which claims that it is impossible to have a system that is decentralized, secure and scalable.  

There may also be further applications for Bitcoin. It may also be the case, for instance, that eventually Bitcoin can offer new ways to raise capital, such as through initial coin offerings (ICOs) — though they would have to be executed much better than the ways we have seen so far (there are some recent initiatives in this direction such as RGB and Drivechain, which would at least provide a sounder technological basis for them than the Ethereum platform). There already exist digital art and game applications on top of Bitcoin (e.g., Spells of Genesis, Rare Pepe), even if these initiatives are at an early stage. The open timestamping protocol or the possibility for one-time cryptographic seals could also have utility for financial institutions, government and other types of organizations in a number of applications (see, for instance, the work of Peter Todd on these topics).

But all of these possibilities rely on Bitcoin being sound digital money, as this is what supports the security and most important properties of the system. As money is one of our most important societal institutions, it is also by far the most important value proposition of Bitcoin from a societal impact perspective. If Bitcoin continues to grow, it could potentially have an impact on capital controls, time preferences and consumption patterns, monetary policy, financial privacy and so on. It could, for instance, make the system of excessive government debt, supported largely by the Federal Reserve in the United States, of which Roubini speaks so highly, a somewhat more complicated affair.

And in this way, the whole scaling discussion is somewhat misguided. Even if Bitcoin cannot scale to become a good digital payment system or to have any other applications, it would still have substantial value and could create a substantial impact on the world by offering a qualitatively different form of digital money, one that certainly scales better than the physical gold market. This system is certainly costly. And as subsidies for mining will continue to decrease over time, costs will noticeably be displaced directly to the users through transaction fees. The security of Bitcoin requires a price to be paid. But it’s hardly a bug in the system as Roubini makes it out to be: the system is designed to be that way. You cannot compare the costs of buying a cup of coffee with the ability to move censorship-resistant digital gold almost instantaneously around the world.

Importantly, lest I be misunderstood, it is most certainly not my contention that we are working toward a future with a “libertarian decentralization of all economic activity, transactions and human interactions,” where “everything will end up on a public decentralized distributed permissionless trustless ledger.” Bitcoin has the potential to enable sound digital money. There may be additional useful applications. But centralized systems work fine in a range of contexts. In fact, I would contend they work fine in most contexts. I certainly do not feel very comfortable with the idea of having my patient data, my identity or my house registered on the Bitcoin blockchain, to name but some of the more questionable ideas that I have seen circulating in the ecosystem.  

Bitcoin as Money  

Bitcoin is also not really “money” according to Roubini. In order to be money, something has to fulfill three purposes, he contends: a unit of account, a means of payment and a stable store of value. In his view, “it is none of those things.”

This is an argument frequently made by many other economists, but it strikes me as somewhat akin to saying that early gasoline-powered cars were not really forms of transportation because they constantly had technical issues and did not move very fast. I find it reminiscent, in other words, of the claim made by Henri Studebaker in the 19th century that gasoline-powered vehicles “are clumsy, dangerous, noisy brutes which stink to high heaven, break down at the worst possible moment, and are a public nuisance.” Just because Bitcoin does not yet completely have the properties that we normally associate with money does not mean that it cannot come to have those properties, or at least some of those properties, notably the store-of-value aspect.

And to some extent, it already does. Bitcoin certainly functions as a unit of account within the cryptocurrency ecosystem as a whole. A number of people with a long-term time frame already use it as a store of value. Although not frequently used as a medium of exchange, in my view, that can only come in the long term as the ecosystem grows and becomes more stable, and as layer-two solutions such as the Lightning Network are developed. It is just unrealistic to expect that Bitcoin could have become a fully developed form of money within a decade, and it may still take another decade or even more to fully develop.

And there is certainly historical precedent that attests to the challenge of introducing new forms of money. As Edin Mujagic, for example, shows in his wonderful exposition of Dutch monetary history from the 19th century onward (Boeiend en Geboeid: Een Monetaire Geschiedenis van Nederland sinds 1814/16), the introduction of paper money in the early 19th century by the Dutch Central Bank was hardly smooth sailing. He notes, “From day one, the Dutch Central Bank faced substantial resistance. Distrust of the bank was enormous. No one wanted to use their paper money. The average Dutchman refused to use it. … Whoever received paper money wanted to get rid of it as quickly as possible. The refusal of paper notes was not a temporary phenomenon: decades after the creation of the Dutch Central Bank, this was still the case (p. 26, my somewhat liberal translation and emphasis). The idea that Bitcoin should have already been a successful form of money by now, given its time span of 10 years, therefore, strikes me as very shortsighted.  

Roubini is partially correct when he contends, “The idea that hundreds of cryptocurrencies could viably operate together not only contradicts the very concept of money with a single numeraire that can be used for the price discovery of the relative price of thousands of good; it is utterly idiotic as the use of multiple numeraires is like the stone age of barter before money was created.” This is one reason why I am skeptical of the profuse number of cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin.

But it is certainly not unrealistic to think that a number of currencies may operate alongside one another. In fact, that was the case for much of our monetary history, and the centralization of money issuance has only been a relatively recent phenomenon, spurred on by central banks, primarily since the 19th century.

Roubini’s main argument for a single numeraire is efficiency. He notes, “In the U.S., the reason we do not use euros or yen in addition to dollars is obvious: doing so would be pointless, and it would make the economy far less efficient.” If Bitcoin offered the same value proposition as fiat currencies, then his statement would indeed make some sense. But the point is that Bitcoin offers a qualitatively different value proposition. At the end of the day, it may very well be that there is not one form of money that offers all the kinds of value we might want from it, so a multicurrency system could certainly be valuable in this regard, despite some sacrifices in efficiency, which, given modern technology, would probably not be all that great in any case. In addition, there are also potentially benefits of competition that may be generated by a multicurrency system. It has always struck me as odd that economists who generally tout the benefits of competition in every aspect of economic life fail to see any room for those types of benefits when it comes to currencies, even if there are advantages to having a single currency.

I am generally skeptical of most alternative currencies — meaning here those that have their own blockchain system, not higher-level tokens — precisely because Bitcoin seems to have already captured the main value proposition that can be proffered in the ecosystem and has taken what appears to be an insurmountable lead. Nevertheless, it may indeed be the case that there are additional value propositions that Bitcoin cannot entirely capture, or that some alternative cryptocurrencies can carve out their own existence around a similar value proposition. This would provide room for perhaps a few more additional cryptocurrencies that operate outside the confines of just a small community. So far, however, I am not strongly convinced of that possibility.    

The Intrinsic-Value Discussion on Bitcoin  

Roubini contends that “cryptocurrencies have no intrinsic value, whereas fiat currencies certainly do, because they can be used to pay taxes. Fiat currencies are legal tender and can be used and are used to buy any good or service; and they can be used to pay for tax liabilities. They are also protected from value debasement by central banks committed to price stability; and if a fiat currency loses credibility, as in some weak monetary systems with high inflation, it will be swapped out for more stable foreign fiat currencies — like the dollar or the euro — or real assets such as real estate, equities and possibly gold.”

This point on intrinsic value is commonly made, both by gold bugs and fiat bugs alike, but usually for different reasons. For gold bugs, the intrinsic value lies in the fact that gold can be used for other purposes, such as jewelry, satellites and so on. This is really a misuse of the term “intrinsic value,” which, on the face of it, would have to refer to the idea that something has value regardless of its utilitarian value, such as the value of beauty that a painting may have regardless of its price. It’s also misleading because the primary value of gold throughout history has been as a monetary asset, due to properties such as transportability, divisibility, scarcity and its stock-to-flow ratio, not its utility for other purposes.

Roubini makes this same linguistic error. Paying taxes or serving as legal tender is clearly also a utilitarian, not an intrinsic, value of fiat money. A government backing it may also give it additional utilitarian value but cannot really be said to be adding intrinsic value.

Putting linguistic quibbles aside, the chartalist argument regarding tax payments and government backing is not entirely invalid (though much of it depends on which government that is). That certainly seems to be one way in which currencies can acquire value. And it would certainly be a boon for bitcoin if it became widely used for tax payments, as it already is in various Swiss localities.

The argument is merely that tax payments and government backing are not the only aspects of a currency that can give it value, as I’ve made the case for earlier in this piece. Gold here is the historical precedent. It certainly did not have value as a currency only because of the ability to pay taxes on it or the fact that governments valued it. Instead, however, gold has had substantial value, including as a currency historically, because of a number of beneficial properties. And there are at least many reasons why gold does not function well as a currency in the digital age, which are to a large extent addressed by Bitcoin. In addition, given that all major currencies are controlled by states, there is room to argue that Bitcoin is valuable precisely because it is not controlled by a state.

An Inflation-Resistant Asset

Roubini argues that “the usual crypto critique of fiat currencies that can be debased via inflation is nonsense: for the last 30 years commitment to inflation targeting in advanced economies and most emerging markets has led to price stability (the 2% inflation target of most central banks) and for the last decade the biggest problem of central banks has been that achieving the inflation target of 2% after the GFC has become extremely difficult as, in spite of unconventional monetary policies, the inflation rate has systematically undershot its 2% target.”

At least one big problem with this argument is that current definitions of inflation usually do not consider properly all the basic living expenses for an average individual, most notably housing prices. There have been drastic swings in housing prices in many Western countries in recent years, and a big role here has been the policies of central banks. The worrying low interest rates we’ve seen since the early 2000s, as well as quantitative easing policies more recently, have caused two periods of substantial inflation in housing prices with a deflationary period in between in the form of the Great Recession. (In some places such as the Netherlands, well-intentioned but misguided policies by the government to stimulate home ownership have also played a role.) These types of monetary policies are also likely to lead to a similar kind of crisis in the coming years.

Additionally, these recent central bank policies have had a massive impact on the valuations of financial assets, notably stocks. I would not be surprised to see a massive decrease in these valuations somewhere in the coming years. It may be valid not to include those considerations in our inflation calculations, but then inflation calculations do not capture all the negative aspects that may result from our central bank policies.

Even if we ignore the problems with current definitions of inflation and were to accept that central banks have indeed managed to keep inflation below 2 percent for a substantial period of time in a number of countries (certainly not Argentina, Turkey, Venezuela or Zimbabwe, to give some recent examples), it is still the case that just holding on to my cash is not exactly a boon to my wealth. Even the U.S. dollar has lost much of its value in the last 30 years.

In addition, fiat currencies purely based on trust can never manage to give the same guarantees of inflation-resistance as Bitcoin. To close, if gold is any indication, then an inflation-resistant asset could certainly also become a store of value in the modern day (as I have also argued for already), and, having solved some of the difficulties of having gold as a currency in the digital age, could also become a more fully developed currency, if history is any indicator.  

Roubini also argues that bitcoin is subject to inflation. He notes that “cryptocurrencies in general are based on a false premise. According to its promoters, Bitcoin has a steady-state supply of 21 million units, so it cannot be debased like fiat currencies. But that claim is clearly fraudulent, considering that it has already forked off into several branches and spin-offs: Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold. … Moreover, hundreds of other cryptocurrencies are invented every day, alongside scams known as ‘initial coin offerings,’ which are mostly designed to skirt securities laws. And their supply is created and debased every day by pure fiat and in the most arbitrary way. So cryptocurrencies are creating crypto money supply and debasing it at a much faster pace than any major central bank ever has. No wonder that the average cryptocurrency has lost 95% of its value in a matter of a year.”

But this argument just reflects the misguided idea that all cryptocurrencies are somehow interchangeable. Importantly, the Bitcoin system is much more than a design and code alone. Its innovativeness and value as a system also stems from its infrastructure, products, community, history, brand-name recognition and distributed governance. We might as well argue that the U.S. dollar has been subject to extremely high inflation since 1935, because of the success of the board game Monopoly.

The Early Days of the Internet

I have now addressed many of Roubini’s comments on bitcoin as money, so let me turn to some of his other criticisms.

To start, at some point, Roubini argues that blockchain technology does not resemble the early days of the internet: “Blockchain’s boosters would argue that its early days resemble the early days of the internet, before it had commercial applications. But that comparison is simply false. Whereas the internet quickly gave rise to email, the World Wide Web, and millions of viable commercial ventures used by billions of people in less than a decade, cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin do not even fulfill their own stated purpose.”

According to Roubini, the start date of the internet was the launch of the World Wide Web in 1991. Taking this date as a starting point for the internet is really misleading. It is true that the internet quickly gave rise to users and applications after the invention of web browsers (the first, Netscape, in 1994). But before that time, the groundwork of the internet had been laid for several decades by a confined group of generally highly technical users and builders. In other words, it took several decades of laying the groundwork for the internet to finally make it usable for the average person, primarily due to the invention of web browsers.   

And this long period toward adoption by the mainstream for new technologies is hardly uncommon. The world’s first credit card, the Diners Club card, was invented in 1950, but it took several decades before credit cards came into more widespread use. The groundwork for pagers was laid in the 1960s, but by the mid-1980s they were still only used primarily by doctors and drug dealers. The first combustion-engine cars were created at the end of the 19th century. Yet, when I was a small child, my grandfather still used to brag to me about how his family was only one of three to own a car in his mid-sized Dutch town of several thousand inhabitants in the 1920s.

So while it’s true that successful new technologies will generally, at some point, have an “exponential increase of the number of users,” it is misleading to state that this generally happens very quickly. In fact, I would say it is quite the opposite for innovations that are truly revolutionary.

Why the Protocol Analogy Makes Some Sense

Roubini also takes aim at the comparison that is frequently made between blockchains and universal protocols such as TCP/IP.

My interpretation of that comparison is basically the following: that competition in the blockchain space much more resembles competition between alternative conceptions of basic internet protocols like TCP/IP than it does competition between software applications for such things as email or social networking. And that, additionally, due to existent network effects and its decentralized nature, it is much more likely that the Bitcoin protocol will be the basic building block for facilitating interactions that we might eventually want to take place on a blockchain system, rather than, say, the Litecoin or Ethereum protocols.

This is not to say that Bitcoin will necessarily be the only blockchain system in existence, but merely that it will probably be the dominant blockchain system. We saw these types of “protocol wars” in the early days of the internet, and I suspect they will play out in a similar way in the blockchain space.

This position is not meant to imply, as Roubini suggests, that Bitcoin is intended to replace TCP/IP; that would be an absurd claim. It is also not meant to convey, as he suggests, that every digital transaction or interaction we have with each other should be registered on the Bitcoin blockchain. That is not possible even for things that you might actually want to use Bitcoin for, such as payments. The only way a large number of people could ever buy all their cups of coffee with bitcoin would be through second-layer solutions.

Furthermore, there are many ways in which we would want to continue to interact in a Bitcoin world that doesn’t require Bitcoin. Applications for Facebook, email, Uber and a great long list of other things do not need to be built on top of Bitcoin or any other type of blockchain system, despite claims of the new internet, web 3.0 and so on that have frequently been made in the space in recent years, predominantly by people trying to launch pie-in-the-sky schemes. At most, such applications would partially leverage Bitcoin, such as for integrated payments.

Should investing in one of the cryptocurrencies be seen as investing in one of these protocols? Roubini claims it does not, and I would say that this is correct for most cryptocurrency systems. As most of them have little to no economic value, any technical value of the protocol can largely be detached from their performance within those systems.

This is not the case with Bitcoin, however. Investing in bitcoin, the currency, is, in fact, taking a stake in the adoption of the Bitcoin protocol. This is because Bitcoin is a system innovation in which the protocol acquires its value largely from sitting within that larger system. This is not to say that the Bitcoin protocol could not be decoupled from the Bitcoin system to some other fruitful end at all. And, indeed, a bitcoin investment does not really benefit much from such new applications. It’s just to say that the most important instance of the existence of the Bitcoin protocol is within the Bitcoin system, so that any investment in the currency is, at least to a significant degree, about investing in its protocol in this regard.

Bitcoin and Illegal Activities

According to Roubini, “Until now, Bitcoin’s only real use has been to facilitate illegal activities such as drug transactions, tax evasion, avoidance of capital controls, or money laundering.” Next to the energy consumption argument, this is probably the most common and long-standing argument that we see against Bitcoin. There is an element of truth in the objection here, but there is also substantial room for nuance and reflection.

To start, the association between Bitcoin and crime has been a prominent narrative in recent years, and a lot of that has to do, I suspect, with the dynamics underlying journalism. My thesis here basically is that regardless of the extent of crime in the Bitcoin ecosystem, mainstream journalists would have naturally tended to focus on such narratives. Why? It basically relies on three propositions:

  1. The Bitcoin ecosystem is difficult to understand.
  2. Journalists look for easy, relatable topics for their audiences.
  3. Journalists focus on conflict and drama.

Hence, as narratives about Bitcoin and crime are easier to report on, are easily relatable to by the public at large and are full of conflict and drama, it is only to be expected that stories about Bitcoin and crime would have circulated profusely. My point here is not that there are no mainstream journalists at all that produce quality content on Bitcoin. There are. Instead, it is merely to say that for many, stories about crime would naturally have exerted a lot of pull to write about. I think that this situation is continuously changing, however, and compared to just a few years ago, mainstream reporting has substantially improved, even if it is not yet where I would like it to be.

Is that all there is to it? Certainly not.

Early adopters to technologies tend to come in two groups: those members of the general public who see the value of an innovation early on and enjoy experimenting with it; and criminals, who operate in a high-risk environment and try to stay ahead of the law enforcement agencies. As the social psychologist Robert Merton once quipped, “Criminals are innovators”:  they tend to adopt new technologies quickly, and they tend to be innovators themselves.

It’s not so hard to find examples of this in the historical record. For instance, early users of pagers in the 1980s generally consisted of doctors and drug dealers. Why would drug dealers value pagers? It helped them have better communication lines to suppliers and buyers. In addition, pagers were used as part of warning systems when dealing drugs on the streets. Certain people would be on the lookout for patrolling police cars and notify street dealers whenever they were in the area.

Many of the debates we saw around pagers at the time are reminiscent of the discussions we have seen circulate about Bitcoin in recent years. Take for instance this quote from an associate superintendent in the United States on pagers in the 1980s: “‘How can we expect students to “just say no to drugs” when we allow them to wear the most dominant symbol of the drug trade on their belts,’ said James Fleming, associate superintendent for the Dade County Public Schools in Florida, which bans beepers and other such disruptive items as radios. I can think of no reason outside of special medical emergencies for students to carry beepers” (New York Times, Sept 25, 1988, my emphasis).

You can find many other examples of this quick adoption of new technologies by criminals throughout history. And to some extent this probably happened to Bitcoin as well. One of the earliest use cases for cryptocurrencies was the purchase of primarily drugs on the Silk Road. In any case, most recent studies on the use of cryptocurrencies for illicit transactions tend to show a relative decrease of this type of usage over time, as is to be expected given the history of new technologies. An additional important discussion point here, of course, is the nature of the types of crimes that are committed with Bitcoin. The overwhelming majority is associated with the illegal drug industry, as is the case with illicit financial activities in cash or the financial system in general. In my personal view, the war on drugs does much more harm than good. But regardless of whether you share that view, such crimes are certainly of a qualitatively different nature than, say, terrorism. And to the best of my knowledge, neither Bitcoin nor any other cryptocurrency is hardly a boon for such activities at the moment. Investigation by the House Financial Services Committee attested to that fact recently.  

There is one point that Roubini makes with which I am largely in agreement. The cryptocurrency ecosystem is afflicted with many scams and fishy schemes. By scam projects, I mean projects that intentionally have the purpose to fleece people from their money, such as pyramid schemes, Ponzi schemes and pump-and-dump schemes orchestrated by the founders. By fishy projects, I mean pie-in-the-sky schemes in which the dreamers who orchestrate these schemes do not intentionally set out to fleece the participants but in which greed has warped their critical thinking to a blameworthy extent.

It is often difficult to distinguish between whether something is truly a scam or whether a project is just a fishy scheme (or a project in which, as many people in the industry like to say, the participants are “scamming themselves”). Similarly, it can be difficult to assess whether a project is just misguided regarding its value proposition or whether there is any real blame to go around as in fishy schemes. In any case, I would say there are certainly a substantial number of scams and an even greater number of fishy schemes. I would say that the majority of the ICOs that I’ve seen fall into either of these two categories. And there is certainly a great number of alternative cryptocurrency projects that also fit that description.

But part of that is also a growing pain for new technologies and ideas. The ecosystem is, in a way, not very different than previous social movements that had the same kinds of factors in place, such as the railroad craze in the mid-19th century or the rise of the internet and the IPO craze of the late 1990s. William Aytoun’s classic “How We Got Up the Glenmutchkin Railway and How We Got Out of It” might as well have been called “How We Got Up to ICOs and How We Got Out of Them.” So like with many new technologies, it seems that Bitcoin — and, to be fair, a number of other valid projects in the ecosystem, some that I am probably not aware of — will have to suffer through the hype boom that spurs all these scams and fishy schemes.

Perhaps it is true, as Roubini contends, that the extent of scams and fishy schemes in the cryptocurrency ecosystem exceeds that seen in other historical bubbles, as perpetrating scams and fishy schemes has been incredibly easy. Perhaps that is also why the cryptocurrency ecosystem’s crash from the 2017 run-up has been more substantial than for other historical bubbles, as Roubini notes. But none of that proves that somehow Bitcoin will not shed these growing pains, just like as we have seen in the past.

Importantly, this is also an area in which governments can help support the industry. Established securities laws in Western countries, despite their flaws, generally do offer some degree of protection for the consumer, and I look favorably on these laws now starting to be applied. Not everyone who is reasonably disposed to the classical liberal visions of small government — in line with some of the greatest thinkers in our historical canon, such as John Locke or Adam Smith — believes that there should be no government at all. It is certainly not the case that everyone in the ecosystem believes that “all governments, central banks, moneys, institutions, banks, corporations, entities with reputation and credibility buil[t] over centuries are evil centralized concentrations of power that literally need to be destroyed” (my emphasis). In fact, I would go so far as to say that it is likely most don’t hold such extreme views — certainly not the almost 10 percent of the European population that, according to a recent study by the ING, holds cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin and Energy Usage

The main general criticisms on Bitcoin, besides those related to crime, tend to focus on its energy usage. Roubini fully embraces them and claims that “the environmental costs of the energy use of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is so vast that [it] has been correctly and repeatedly compared to an environmental disaster.” It’s true that Bitcoin consumes a substantial amount of energy, even if it is only a very small fraction of the world’s total energy consumption. But as with the crime argument, there is substantial room for nuance, reflection and further research here.

A balanced discussion on the energy usage of Bitcoin should focus on three separate issues:

  • the current environmental impact;
  • the expected evolution of this environmental impact;
  • the value generated by energy consumption.

To start with the first issue, if we want to have a sensible discussion on Bitcoin’s current environmental impact, then how much energy is used by Bitcoin is not all that relevant. Much more relevant is where that energy comes from.

For instance, it seems that in recent years Bitcoin mining in China has concentrated particularly in areas where a lot of surplus hydroelectric power is created. That energy would otherwise have not been used for any other purpose. Furthermore, recently, it seems that mining operations have started to shift toward other countries, such as Iceland, Sweden, Canada and the United States, toward renewable and cleaner sources of energy.

If we want to have a sensible discussion around Bitcoin’s environmental impact, where the energy comes from is, therefore, a key issue. To the best of my knowledge, no one has actually created a comprehensive view on Bitcoin’s environmental impact in this way and shown any conclusive proof that Bitcoin is indeed an “environmental disaster.” Until someone does, I remain highly skeptical of that claim.

We have also seen some pretty bold predictions about the growth of Bitcoin energy usage recently. To get a sense of how mining will develop as an industry, we need to consider the main incentives of miners:

  1. Bitcoin miners search for cheap and reliable energy sources.
  2. Bitcoin miners search for cheap, reliable and efficient Bitcoin mining equipment.
  3. Bitcoin miners tend to concentrate in colder climates.
  4. Bitcoin miners search for socially stable operating environments.
  5. The costs that miners are willing to incur on mining will increase as the mining reward increases and will decrease as the mining reward decreases (the mining reward consisting of the addition of transaction fees and the block subsidy).
  6. Miner calculations and incentives are not so much influenced by network security, which is arguably already sufficient at the moment (Bitcoin mining offers security to the network only as a byproduct).
  7. It is, of course, very difficult to make exact predictions as to how these incentives will impact the evolution of total energy consumption of Bitcoin mining in the future. But broadly speaking, we really should not expect energy consumption to increase at the same rate as in the past.

Primarily due to decreasing block subsidies (in BTC terms), higher-layer value exchange solutions and a slower rate of price increases, the market will more and more start to converge on the price Bitcoin users are willing to pay for ultimate security. It strikes me as patently absurd, for example, that Bitcoin would use the same amount of energy as the United States by 2019 and the world by 2020 (as was estimated by the website PowerCompare in late 2017 on the basis of data from a website called the Digiconomist).

Notably, it seems common for society to become anxious about the extent of energy usage when new technologies are introduced. There was, for example, substantial worry about electricity usage of the internet in the 1990s, and many studies at the time grossly overestimated how much energy the internet would consume in the future.

The key question in all of this is, then, of course where the energy will come from in the future. Perhaps even more difficult to predict than energy consumption. But there are reasons to think that there will be substantial downward pressures on the environmental impact of Bitcoin mining in this regard. Renewable energy will continue to become more financially attractive relative to fossil fuels (consistently cheaper by 2020, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency), which will exert incentives on Bitcoin miners to use such energy sources. Additionally, the need for social stability and the decreasing rate of efficiency improvements in mining equipment will probably continue to push miners toward cheap, cleaner sources of energy in Western countries such as in the United States, Canada, Australia, Sweden and Iceland.

When assessing the environmental impact of Bitcoin mining, we should also not forget that there are potentially various types of benefits of having this industry. Bitcoin mining might, for example, help make alternative energy projects more financially viable as they can monetize surplus production that cannot easily be controlled with hydroelectric, wind and solar power. Also, the quest for cheap and reliable energy sources and other efficiencies will probably lead to further innovations such as in energy generation and heat conduction.

Importantly, I can only share my impression that concerns regarding the environmental impact of Bitcoin mining seem to be far overblown. I am hardly an expert on making estimations regarding the current and future impact on the environment of a system like Bitcoin. But, to the best of my knowledge, neither is Roubini. So there seems to be substantial further empirical and theoretical research that can best be done here by people who have real expertise in such matters, of which there is, again to the best of my knowledge, currently very little.

Clearly, none of my discussion on energy so far would matter if Bitcoin offered little of value to the public. But as I have tried to show above in various places, such a view can be defended. If that view does not hold up, one would expect that the whole “energy problem” would, in any case, resolve on its own, as Bitcoin would not likely stick around if it does not actually offer anything of value to anyone.    

Another way in which none of my points on the energy discussion would be valid is if there were an energy-friendly alternative to creating a decentralized digital currency. Proof of stake is commonly touted as such an alternative. But in contrast to what Roubini suggests with his claim that “supporters of crypto have been promising forever — Buterin spoke of Proof of Stake (PoS) in 2013 — systems that are vastly scalable,” I and many others do not think there is any better way to create a decentralized digital currency than via proof-of-work mining, and that the whole idea of proof of stake is just fundamentally flawed. Many in the Bitcoin ecosystem, such as Andrew Poelstra and Paul Sztorc, have argued why that is the case over the years.  

Finally, the argument about energy usage often suffers from improper framing. Roubini falls victim to this when he claims that “using millions of computers to do useless cryptographic games to secure the verification of crypto transactions is a useless waste of energy — as the same transactions could be reported at near zero energy costs on a single Excel spreadsheet.”

Consider placing a potential future form of Bitcoin next to our current global clearing and settlement system. Transactions on the Bitcoin Block Chain, regardless of their origins and destinations, are cleared and settled usually within an hour or so. It may be possible to increase the transaction efficiency in this system in a number of ways, such as through the Lightning Network, Drivechain, Liquid, Schnorr signatures and so on. Perhaps Bitcoin could eventually even compete with Visa through such innovations as a payment system. If we imagine the way that a future Bitcoin system could look and compare that to the current global clearing and settlement system for financial institutions, would it then really be so inefficient in this regard? I’m not trying to argue one way or the other, but merely pointing out that the argument of inefficiency commonly made seems to suffer from improper framing, as the current global clearing and settlement system certainly does not run on a “single Excel spreadsheet” and hopefully never will. (Note: even if Bitcoin can only achieve the sound-digital-money proposition, it would still be improper to compare its energy usage to that of an Excel spreadsheet.)

With his usual zeal, Roubini argues that this reframing of the energy discussion is invalid: “The mining of gold or the provision of financial services produces value added and output to the economy that is 1000X than the pseudo value added of crypto mining. And financial services provide payment and other services to billions of people daily in hundreds of billions of daily transactions. So of course their use of energy will be larger than crypto. Crypto is used by 22 million folks globally — less than 5 million active ones today — and its entire market cap is 200 billion — not the 300 trillion of global financial and real assets — and is producing value added that is a few billions a year — new crypto mining. But its energy use cost is already about $5 billion a year. So comparing the energy use of useless, inefficient and tiny crypto to the services of financial institutions serving daily billions of people is utter nonsense of comparing apples and oranges or, better, crypto parasites with useful financial services (payments, credit, insurance, asset management, capital market services) used by billions.’”

I don’t find this reasoning very convincing. The argument for Bitcoin, as I’ve explained, is very much about its potential for realizing the sound digital money proposition. There are certainly more than 22 million people (which in any case seems to be too low of an estimate for the people who currently hold cryptocurrencies, given the recent ING report) which could benefit from it given sufficient time. In fact, a substantial portion of the world could probably come to  find value in sound digital money. And while there is substantial room for growth in Bitcoin’s value to the world, its energy consumption is unlikely to increase at the same rate in the future for the reasons I have stated, and likely to become more sustainable in its sourcing. If we can realize next to sound digital money a number of other valuable higher-layer applications for Bitcoin which take advantage of its secure base layer, then that is only the icing on the cake.


In conclusion, Roubini makes a number of valid criticisms in his testimony of the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency ecosystem. And I welcome his skepticism, as it can help sharpen the thoughts and arguments of those of us who have a more positive disposition toward it.  

But in the end, his testimony fails to be sufficiently convincing against Bitcoin. The primary reasons are that he does not undermine the value proposition of sound digital money in a significant way, and that he does not do enough to dissuade us of the notion that Bitcoin could fully achieve that value proposition given sufficient time. Additionally, his criticisms on energy usage and crime seem to have fallen victim to the kind of fear-mongering that is common around the introduction of new technologies.  

According to the recent rumors, Roubini is writing a book on the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency ecosystem. If he can truly undermine the value proposition of sound digital money and/or Bitcoin’s potential for achieving it given sufficient time in this book, I, for one, would consider parting with my bitcoin. But until that time, I think I’ll just hodl on to them with the rest of my fellow “con artists, self-serving peddlers, scammers, carnival barkers, charlatans, and outright criminals.”

With thanks to “the Janitor,” not an actual janitor but the Bitcoin expert who goes by that pseudonym, for providing thoughtful feedback on this opinion piece.  

This is a guest post by Dr. Jan-Willem Burgers. Opinions expressed are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Bitcoin Magazine or BTC Inc.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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