The major cyrptocurrencies experienced a decline yesterday, following another major Mt. Gox selloff and a recent raid on the Korean crypto exchange UPbit.
Paybis cryptocurrency exchange is trying to stand out from the hundreds of others by offering volume discounts and broad options for buying with fiats.
Speculations are that Mt. Gox trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi is selling more BTC tokens in order to compensate its creditors.
Kobayashi said that the bankruptcy estate has still $1.8 billion reserves which he will be selling after proper consultation with the court to reimburse the creditors.
The new evidence has been discovered during the search of Bridges’s house.
Cryptsy, a Belize-based bitcoin exchange headquartered in the US and Canada, is having withdrawal issues. Some users are unable to cash out.
New details and new accusation appear in the case against Mark Karpeles who was first arrested in Tokyo on August 1.
Lawsuit of the Japanese robbed by Mt. Gox was dismissed as the Judge acknowledged bitcoin as ‘intangible asset.’
The investigation of massive data manipulation at Mt. Gox reveals new details.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Police have arrested the CEO of the Mt.Gox bitcoin exchange over the loss of a ‘massive amount’ of the virtual currency.
Mark Karpeles has explained how bitcoin exchanges can avoid collapse similar to that of the closed cryptocurrency exchange Mt.Gox.
The customers of the Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox are now able to file a claim in order to get their lost money back.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are known as those who invested millions in the Bitcoin virtual currency; the twins are strongly convinced that Bitcoin will stay alive only if it has regulatory control.