Two major bitcoin exchanges unveiled the cyberattacks occured this week, which is not surpsrising given the bull market in cryptoassets.
The IOTA team has been preparing for its token launch on the exchange for two years and now finally the technology is mature enough to go live.
Bitcoin price is constantly growing while altcoins see considerable inflows and are growing even faster.
The exchanges decided to resume withdrawals as the People’s Bank of China made it clear they are not forbidden.
The fact that two of three leading Chinese exchanges have started Ethereum trading allows suggesting that the third one is upcoming.
The move can be rather eventful for the cryptocurrency ecosystem especially if followed by other large Chinese exchanges.
Strong demand for bitcoin continues to drive the price of the digital currency, which already reached more than $4,500 on the South Korean digital exchange.
BitPay Visa Prepaid Debit Card allows converting bitcoin into a spendable dollar, euro, or pound balance in just few minutes.
The crowdsale of Giga Watt tokens that will start at the beginning of June offers an access to professional mining with an extremely low entrance threshold.
The world’s most popular bitcoin exchange has integrated litecoin into its platform, allowing people to easily buy and sell the virtual currency.
With a new platform, people can start receiving payments in digital currency for answering emails, filling out surveys, and doing other tasks.
Once the SEC unveiled its intention to review the refusal of the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, Bitcoin started its upward movement.