No, You Can’t Buy Shares in Bitcoin

With bitcoin going through an extended bull-run, scammers and con artists have been on hand to exploit a general fear of missing out (FOMO). Many early adopters of bitcoin became multi-millionaires by simply holding the digital asset. New Scam Tactic Consequently, many bitcoin investment scams have sprung up and millions of dollars have been lost to fraudsters. Although some education and awareness campaigns have helped to expose some of the sinister scam tactics, it appears new and more brazen ones are emerging. One such new tactic implies that investors can…

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Peafarm – NFT Crypto Games on Tron 4.0 Platform, Airdrop Is Now Live

PRESS RELEASE. NFT (non-fungible token) had been used in the construction of decentralized gaming platforms, issuing proprietary tokens, anti-copy and copyright related issues. It is expected to be a new trend that will attract the attention of investors because of the profits and practical application of blockchain to life. What is Peafarm? Peafarm is a crypto game that applies the practice of the blockchain industry to creating a special product, completely independent and irreplaceable. Peafarm’s network and protocol are not merely creating a miniature society in the game, but it…

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CME Group Outpaces Competition Becoming the World’s Largest Bitcoin Futures Market

Financial derivatives products for bitcoin have grown massively during the last few months. On Friday evening (EST), Arcane Research explained that the Chicago Mercantile Exchange has surpassed Okex as the largest bitcoin futures provider. The regulated derivatives market at CME has doubled month after month as incoming interest has created more demand for CME’s bitcoin futures. The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME Group) is the world’s largest financial derivatives exchange that trades in various asset classes. The exchange first launched its bitcoin futures products back in December 2017, and since then…

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Hash War: Mystery Miner’s Empty Block Attack Makes ABC’s New Blockchain Almost Unusable

According to various reports, the Bitcoin ABC pro-IFP chain has been under ‘attack’ for a number of consecutive days now. The mystery miner has been mining a great number of sequential blocks, but almost all of them have been empty. The miner who calls himself ‘Voluntarism.dev’ says the mining operation is a group of “old-guard miners,” and claims they can mess with the minority ABC chain for years. ‘The Price of Freedom Is Steep’ The cryptocurrency community has been watching the aftermath of the recent blockchain bifurcation, which saw the…

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Facebook’s Libra Crypto Gets Ready to Launch in January as a Single Coin

Facebook’s libra cryptocurrency is reportedly preparing to launch with a single cryptocurrency, a scaled-down version of its original plan. The launch date for Facebook’s libra could be as early as January. Launch Date for Facebook’s Libra The cryptocurrency libra, proposed by social media giant Facebook, is reportedly preparing to launch as early as January next year. However, only a limited version of the libra cryptocurrency will launch at that time. According to the revised libra whitepaper, the Libra Association intended to initially launch with some of the currencies in the…

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1 in 5 Players Win Big at Bitcoin.com Lottery, New Crypto Games Promise Guaranteed Winners

Launching Sure-Win Games! A set of 10 new raffles with guaranteed wins of up to €25,000. Get paid in BTC or BCH! Guaranteed Winners on Every Draw Bitcoin.com partnered with Bravio Tech earlier this year to bring you the first blockchain-powered lottery platform. Bitcoin.com Lottery has since been very popular among players who want to access many of the leading global lotteries from anywhere in the world. Nearly 20% of all tickets sold on the platform have resulted in winners taking home a handsome payout in BTC or BCH.The premium…

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All Pizza Hut Locations Accept Cryptocurrencies in Venezuela

All Pizza Hut locations in Venezuela now accept a broad range of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, via the payment platform Cryptobuyer. Pizza Hut joins Burger King, Intercontinental Hotel, Traki, and several other major stores in Venezuela that accept bitcoin. Pizza Hut Accepts Bitcoin Cryptobuyer announced on Friday that all Pizza Hut restaurants in Venezuela now accept cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin. The company wrote: From today, you can share with your family and pay with cryptocurrencies … in any of the Pizza Hut restaurants in Venezuela. The announcement adds that among the cryptocurrencies…

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Veteran Analyst Says BTC Might See Further Correction but ‘Prices Have Not Topped’

Following bitcoin’s sharp pullback on November 26, renowned trader Peter Brandt says BTC is likely to see a further correction, although he thinks prices have not topped. The comments follow the massive sell-off of cryptos that resulted in traded volumes of $8.5 billion being recorded across exchanges in just 24 hours. According to Messari, this is the second-highest traded volumes figure ever recorded. Prior to the bears taking over, BTC had gone on an extended bull run and during the run up, many analysts predicted the digital asset would at…

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EURST Stablecoin – Reinvention of the European Economy

Over the years, we have been introduced to a digital transformation, which has created and shaped communities around the world. Digital technologies have introduced newly evolved ways of how the world interacts, operates, and most of all, conducts exchanges. In the current economic hardship and the Covid-19 global pandemic, the European Union has had to face many operational and structural facts, one of them being the strength of the fiat currency; the Euro. The European Economy Operates via a Flawed System Since the introduction of the Euro, the currency has…

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Researcher Publishes Never Before Seen Emails Between Satoshi Nakamoto and Hal Finney

Just recently three previously unpublished emails from Bitcoin’s inventor, Satoshi Nakamoto, have been made public. The emails reveal the correspondence between Satoshi and the early Bitcoin developer Hal Finney. The communications between Nakamoto and Finney stem from November 2008 and January 2009, the very month Bitcoin was launched. On November 27, three emails that have never been seen before were made public in an editorial written by Michael Kaplikov, a professor at Pace University. According to Kaplikov, the emails derived from the New York Times contributor Nathaniel Popper. The NYT…

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