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  1. Jason

    Crypto US government is nowhere close to regulating bitcoin

    There's a long way to go before the U.S. government starts regulating bitcoin, Rob Joyce, special assistant to the president and White House cybersecurity coordinator, told CNBC on Friday. Speaking at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, Joyce emphasized the need to better understand the...
  2. Jason

    Crypto Bitcoin Whipsaws Investors as Bubble Shows Signs of Bursting

    Bitcoin whipsawed investors, falling below $8,000 for the first time since November before recovering most of Friday’s losses, as a miserable 2018 continued for cryptocurrencies. Since reaching a record high of $19,511 on Dec. 18 shortly after the introduction of regulated futures contracts in...
  3. Jason

    Crypto Microsoft to stop accepting bitcoin as payment method due to volatility

    Microsoft has stopped supporting Bitcoin as a payment method for Microsoft products, Bleeping Computer has learned. Several Microsoft employees have told us the move is temporary and cited the unstable state of the Bitcoin currency. Microsoft added support for Bitcoin in 2014, and has...
  4. Rook

    I made $3,200 off XRP, and are now looking at similar gains with TRON. AMA

    No, but really. I wish I would have jumped on this way, way ago. But it's still possible to get a lick in. I use Binance for my trading as it has lower fees than other exchanges. Mostly using BTC to trade out, but keeping Etherium long-term as I believe in the technology and have faith in its...
  5. Jason

    Crypto Egypt's Grand Mufti endorses Bitcoin trading ban

    Egypt's top imam has endorsed a ban on trading in Bitcoin by declaring it "forbidden" by Islam. Sheikh Shawki Allam, the Grand Mutfi, said the digital crypto-currency carried risks of "fraudulence, lack of knowledge, and cheating". Bitcoin began last year below $1,000 (£737) but reached nearly...
  6. ib4

    12 x GTX 1070 GPU Miner MEGA THREAD - nVidia Equihash Miner - Bitcoin Gold, ZCash (PICS)

    Recently I ventured into a rather unknown area, or at least the internet makes you think so with the lack of material from Google-Fu. It seems as though anyone mining, only worked at a rate of 8 or maybe 10 GPU at a time. It may even be because the Biostar TB250-BTC Pro is a rather new...
  7. BRiT

    Crypto Steam stops supporting Bitcoin...

    It seems as a cryptocurrency bloats, such as Bitcoin, it begins to price itself out of any non-speculative usage. The typical transaction cost is around $6, which is too much for casual money transfers. --- Steam is no longer supporting Bitcoin...
  8. BRiT

    Crypto The end of NiceHash (Crypocurrency Mining)?

    From Reddit... https://np.reddit.com/r/NiceHash/comments/7hy6tp/looks_like_the_end_of_nicehash_how_much_did_you/?st=javcyuyk&sh=a165df8d $60M in Bitcoin from users wallets transferred to a single wallet. With no communication whatsoever from NH we are left with the sobering reality they were...
  9. ib4

    Crypto Cryptocurrency Update: Bitcoin and Ethereum Down by 30-40% as Correction Accelerates, Time to Buy?

    "How long will the correction last? This is probably the biggest question in the minds of the crypro-trading community right now. As we warned yesterday, and (a little early) last week, Bitcoin and Ethereum were overbought on the long run and we concluded that: (…) a 30%-40%-50% correction...
  10. Jung

    Crypto How to profit from crypto-currencies

    To show the investment potential of crypto currencies, I decided to try a little experiment. I’m starting with zero initial investment money, and will only use coins I’ve mined (generated) with existing hardware. Since the point is to explore what the average person can do with little to no...