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MicroStrategy buys $489 million worth of bitcoins.

Founder and CEO of MicroStrategy, Michael Saylor, tweeted that the firm has bought an additional 13,005 bitcoins worth $489 million. The firm purchased an...

Spanish banking giant BBVA to launch crypto services in Switzerland.

After conducting tests for several months, the Swiss branch of the large Spanish banking giant Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) has announced plans to...

US Republican House Committee is now accepting crypto donations.

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is a campaign arm of the Republican Party, working to elect candidates to the United States House of...

Billionaire Tim Draper predicts that Bitcoin will reach $250,000 by the end of 2022.

Billionaire Tim Draper has doubled down on his prediction that Bitcoin will reach $250,000 by the end of 2022. Draper first made this prediction...

India’s central government reviews legislation that could ban crypto.

According to the BloombergQuint report, regulators, stakeholders, and the government is addressing three key issues in legislation that could ban cryptocurrencies in the country. First,...

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India’s central government reviews legislation that could ban crypto.

According to the BloombergQuint report, regulators, stakeholders, and the government is addressing three key issues in legislation that could ban cryptocurrencies in the country. First,...

The cryptocurrency revolution started with bitcoin's enigmatic mastermind, Satoshi Nakamoto.
Bitcoin is the premier digital currency that utilizes an open, decentralized ledger to record transactions. The technology used for creating such a public ledger is called blockchain. As a peer-to-peer network, it employs and rewards miners who verify cryptocurrency transactions made.
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Bitcoin is not managed by a centralized authority, like a bank, but utilizes a decentralized ledger, called blockchain to record transactions. A digital wallet stores the private key for every BTC address, and it facilitates its trading. Transactional history of these coins is stored in blocks that are included in a chain, originating from its Genesis block. Supply and demand and competition are the factors affecting its price.
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India’s central government reviews legislation that could ban crypto.

According to the BloombergQuint report, regulators, stakeholders, and the government is addressing three key issues in legislation that could ban cryptocurrencies in the country. First,...

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Chinese officials warn about risks associated with crypto trading.

Chinese officials warned the public about the risks associated with trading cryptocurrencies. The authorities pointed out three major considerations which might harm investors –...