While investors are doing their best to keep pace with the rapid changes in the crypto market, indecent officials in South Korea are trying to profit from insider information.
China is planning to completely ban activity of centralized cryptocurrency exchanges, targeting websites, mobile apps, people and businesses that provide exchange-like services.
South Korean authorities are taking help from their Japanese and Chinese counterparts to establish new rules for cryptocurrency trading.
Local miners from China are facing tough times as the government pushes ones, who are using cheap electricity, out of business.
The New York Stock Exchange wants to launch new Bitcoin-related exchange-traded funds (ETF) on Arca. If the SEC approves it, NYSE will become the third American exchange to offer Bitcoin futures contracts.
The Chinese central bank is planning to limit the mining business by imposing restrictions on the electricity usage by miners.
Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ‘William Galvin’ is the latest to join the club of Bitcoin critics with his straight-forward views.
Bitcoin price sheds by more than 11% in value as South Korean government hints a possibility of a shutdown of the local exchanges.
The race for Bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) heats up as CBOE has filed for 6 ETFs with the SEC.
NYSE Arca has recently filed a proposal with the SEC to list two Bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) on its platform.
The country that faces Bitcoin frenzy may ban Bitcoin transactions unless they meet strict conditions.
Bitcoin loses 20% amid reports of U.S. courts ordering Coinbase to disclose 14000 transactions, which are above $20000, to IRS.
The Central Bank of Vietnam issues a complete ban on using Bitcoin as a payment method in the country. Adapters of Bitcoin will have to face criminal prosecution with a penalty as high as 200 million dongs (nearly $9,000).