Today, leading global digital currency exchange, Bitstamp, launches trading support for ETH/BTC, ETH/USD and ETH/EUR in response to the strong demand from its customers and the cryptocurrency community. The company is also offering free ether trading until October 1, with additional discounts available until 2018.
Bitstamp, one of the last major cryptocurrency exchanges to add Ether, confirms its intention to eventually launch it starting from August, 17.
The major bitcoin exchange has finally received a license from the government of Luxembourg, thus becoming the first regulated digital currency trading platform in Europe.
The bitcoin exchange is planning to get an electronic money license to offer its regulated bitcoin trading services for users across Europe.
BitStamp offers to exchange gold only for US dollars now but it is going to add a bitcoin-for-gold option soon.
A group of Bitcoin entrepreneurs has recently collaborated to prevent illegal activities in the sphere of digital currencies and blockchain technology.
New details about hacker attack on Bitstamp became public due to leakage of inner investigation report.
On Wednesday, European Bitcoin exchange BitStamp launched a pre-paid debit card program to enable its clients to get USD, EUR or GBP denominated prepaid debit virtual or plastic cards.
Bitcoin price plunged below the $200 mark yesterday, which without a doubt is causing many Bitcoin enthusiasts a bit of concern. The currency has been plunging steadily since the holiday and is now at or below the level set when bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox crashed.
Amid the roiling sea of gadgetry at the CES 2015, Bitcoin’s 2,000-square-foot island has attracted a lot of interest from companies and consumers alike, not to mention governments and investors.
Bitstamp, one of the world’s largest bitcoin exchanges, said it would resume trading later on Friday, January 09th, 2015.
Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp confirmed Monday, January 06, 2015, about $5 million in bitcoins was stolen from its hot wallets. The exchange was taken offline after the theft of 18,866 bitcoins was discovered.