Hong Kong-based trading platform BitMEX owns so much Bitcoin that it could launch multiple 51 percent attacks against some altcoins for months. Bitcoin Insurance Fund Worth $76 Million Those were the results of calculations from social media commentators this week as it emerged BitMEX’s Insurance Fund now contains 21,350 BTC ($75.9 million). The “monstrously large” fund, as Twitter account loomd’rat described it in December, has accelerated its accumulation in recent months as the Bitcoin priceRead MoreThe post BitMex Insurance Fund Can Finance 51% Attack on Bitcoin Cash For a Year appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
India’s Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT) has reportedly been working with the nation’s government, financial institutions, and local firms to create a blockchain-based platform for developing various applications.On Wednesday (January 23rd), the IDRBT announced that it had published a blueprint of its proposed blockchain-enabled platform for India’s banking industry. According to the Financial Express, the blueprint specifies a general roadmap on the adoption of distributed ledger technology (DLT)-powered systems in various local businesses.
John McAfee announces that he is running his 2020 presidential campaign “in exile” due to fleeing felony charges from the IRS. If there’s one sure thing you can say about cybersecurity and cryptocurrency maverick John McAfee, it’s that he’s never boring. Just over a week ago, he announced his U.S. presidential campaign for 2020. He […]The post John McAfee Flees IRS, Running Presidential Campaign ‘In Exile’ appeared first on BitcoinerX.
Gemini’s Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the CEO, and president, respectively, spoke about their plans to end the concerns of Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] that believes that Bitcoin markets are prone to manipulations. The famous Winklevoss twins, who had sued Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg for allegedly stealing their idea, appeared in Laura Shin’s podcast. The […]The post Gemini’s Winklevoss brothers have plans for Bitcoin ETF approval appeared first on AMBCrypto.
Have you just recently started your adventure with cryptocurrencies? Or maybe you’ve been trying trading for a while but you still feel pretty lost? Don’t worry. In this article, we will help you learn all the differences between tokens and coins. So sit back and get ready for some terminology. Welcome to the crypto world […]The post Is It A Coin Or Is It A Token? appeared first on NullTX.
By CCN.com: Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire says humanity can’t survive the digital age without crypto because its decentralized nature and resiliency make it indispensable. Allaire made the remarks at the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Allaire says cryptocurrency skeptics are merely that way because they’re unfamiliar with the new technology. ‘Cryptography is Fundamental to theThe post Humanity Can’t Survive Digital Age Without Crypto: Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire appeared first on CCN
Cboe BZX Exchange has withdrawn its filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for Vaneck Solidx bitcoin ETF. The U.S. government is currently shut down and the ETF could have been automatically approved had it not been withdrawn. Vaneck says that the withdrawal is temporary as it is actively working to “build appropriate […]The post SEC Filing for Vaneck Solidx Bitcoin ETF Withdrawn appeared first on Bitcoin News.
Hg Exchange, a new security token platform launched by Zilliqa and MaiCoin, aspires to tokenize shares of big-name private companies.
Cryptocurrency, Telegram (GRAM)–Cryptocurrency adoption and development continues to grow into the first month of the year. While prices for Bitcoin and other top coins remains stable into 2019, blockchain and crypto have found a resurgence in messaging services looking to utilize a secure digital payment. Last year brought about the bombshell rumor that Facebook, which […]The post Rumor: Telegram (GRAM) Planning Token Launch for March appeared first on Ethereum World News.
Citigroup, Nasdaq, and Galaxy Digital are among several firms to invest $20 million in New York-based blockchain firm Symbiont