World’s richest man added the bitcoin hashtag to his bio on Twitter. He began making cryptic comments. “In retrospect it was inevitable Continue reading Next BTC stop would be?
In such a tech era where everything is pinching towards digital medium, one cannot even imagine living life without websites such as Google, Youtube, Netflix or Twitter, China has banned all such foreign companies. Ever since the Chinese Government banned Facebook in 2009, Mark Zuckerberg has been making annual trips there attempting to persuade its leaders to let his company back in. He learned Mandarin … Continue reading China mostly banned Silicon Valley companies because of this reason
It’s happening, and fast: The era of the credit card, in which plastic is the standard form of payment, is coming to an end. But it isn’t being replaced by cash. Instead, it’s being replaced by a new system, one that involves digital money transfers through smartphones and other devices. Now, before you mourn the loss of the old system, you have to admit there … Continue reading Credit cards age is ending soon. Will be replaced by peerless idea
Every one knows Bitcoin is a digital currency, is it enough to know? This blog will explain Bitcoin in such a way that grade 10 student can know what is actual Bitcoin. Money transfer has become easier than you can even imagine, all you have to believe in it. First of all forget about merchants, agents. physical office, customer service number, calls, branches, complaint center or head … Continue reading For grade 10 students, what is Bitcoin?
Many traders felt that China is becoming less of a market leader for bitcoin trading,” Greg Dwyer, head of business development at BitMEX, a bitcoin mercantile exchange, told Business Insider. Dwyer said the market is strong, pointing to a recent milestone hit by the firm as proof. “BitMEX, traded over $1 billion in notional in one day (was actually $1.1 billion) last Friday,” he said. … Continue reading China’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges halt trading between Bitcoin & Yuan. Govt intervened