Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Tax season not the sole driver behind crypto market slump

Was tax season squarely to blame for the recent extensive crypto market slump and will the sector therefore enjoy an immediate surge after tax day?

Employees hijack company servers to mine bitcoin

According to a cyber-security report, there are thousands of employees using their companies’ computer resources to mine bitcoin.

Does the recent bitcoin bounce signal a total bullish reversal?

A bullish sentiment seems to have made it back into the cryptocurrency market with a major bitcoin bounce that has seen prices shoot up by 13.04% in the past 24 hours.

Argentina celebrates bitcoin day

Crypto enthusiasts in Argentina had the opportunity to celebrate their love for the industry at the recent Bitcoin Day that saw 500 in attendance.

Controversial bitcoin twitter account suspended

The controversial bitcoin twitter account, @Bitcoin, has been suspended indefinitely following a large number of complaints by Twitter users. This has reignited the persistent bitcoin/bitcoin cash debate.

How to make profit from the bitcoin crash

Some people don't know that bitcoin crash can be just what you need to increase your profits. A significant drop in price signals an excellent buying opportunity. Keep reading to learn how you can profit from a bitcoin crash.

Former Mt. Gox CEO tells bitcoin community he no longer believes in bitcoin

During a recent Ask me anything session with the Reddit bitcoin community, the former Mt. Gox CEO said that he no longer had faith in bitcoin but that the blockchain technology that underpins it is here to stay.

Bitcoin prices keep up bearish trend

Bitcoin prices have plummeted back below the $7,000 mark after a brief bullish recovery. One bitcoin is currently trading at $6,624 as at press time.

Bitcoin foundation co-founder upturns bitcoin bubble theory

The co-founder of Bitcoin Foundation, Jon Matonis, has dismissed the bitcoin bubble theory. He says that bitcoin is in fact the pin destined to pop legacy market bubbles that are currently supported by central banks.

Bitcoin correction drives crypto market to new lows

The latest bitcoin correction has seen it plunge to levels of almost $7,000 after a tough tug of war between the bears and the bulls. As at press time, one bitcoin was trading at $7,429 according to Coinmarketcap.