Current situation in the bitcoin network demonstrates that the cryptocurrency ecosystem may not be fully ready for mainstream adoption.
A large number of institutions and companies in about 150 countries were attacked by malware called WannaCry.
Australia is going to cut general sales tax for acquiring digital currency, aiming to help local fintech startups run their businesses in the country.
The country’s Deputy Finance Minister unveiled that bitcoin may soon become a legal payment method, only a year after the Russian authorities threatened cryptocurrency users with jail time.
Bitcoin price dropped just as the SEC unveiled its decision but managed to recover quickly keeping close to $1,200 barrier.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has denied a request to launch the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust ETF, prompting bitcoin price to fall by 35% within a day.
Denmark’s police have used cryptocurrency transfers as an evidence for the second time in a row, what is likely to prevent bitcoin usage by criminals in the future.
Chinese leading trading platforms have imposed halts on withdrawals resulting in traders flocking to peer-to-peer marketplaces to continue buying and selling bitcoin.
Bitcoin future in the Asian market is arousing speculations after Chinese exchanges suspend Bitcoin withdrawals.
Bitcoin will continue expanding in the upcoming years, as more governments continue to adopt the technology, says the new infographic from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Chinese biggest bitcoin exchanges unveiled on Sunday they will impose trading fees, as the government is tightening control over digital currency.
The People’s Bank of China found some violation of rules in the operations of major bitcoin exchanges.