The Economic Times  5 hrs ago  Comment 
On their website, the company claimed to provide "all residents of earth" with sufficient number of coins to achieve independence from other money.
Financial Times  10 hrs ago  Comment 
Financial watchdogs use first risk assessment of Trump era to focus on virtual currency
Reuters  11 hrs ago  Comment 
A U.S. regulatory panel on Thursday called for watchdogs to closely monitor risks created by financial innovation, warning that fintech and virtual currencies such as bitcoin threaten to disrupt the traditional financial services industry.
Financial Times  Dec 14  Comment 
Roger Blitz and Nick Gartside of JP Morgan Asset Management discuss the year ahead in the currency markets
Clusterstock  Dec 14  Comment 
Many cryptocurrencies, even ones smaller than bitcoin, have seen big gains in recent weeks. XRP, founded by Ripple, has overtaken bitcoin cash as the third-largest digital currency by market cap. Check out the live price of Ripple's XRP...
Clusterstock  Dec 14  Comment 
Ethereum reached an all-time high of $749.85 Thursday morning, before taking a 13% nosedive, It's currently trading down about 1%, near to $690 per token. The cryptocurrency now has a market cap of $64.858 billion, according to...
Financial Times  Dec 14  Comment 
Investors show unease over lack of aggressive action to temper inflation  Dec 14  Comment 
A U.S. senator is asking the Treasury Department to explain its efforts to ensure that bitcoin is not being used by criminals and terrorists to evade bank regulations.
Insurance Journal  Dec 14  Comment 
A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit brought by New York’s banking regulator against the U.S. Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) over its proposal to offer charters that would let online lenders and other so-called...
The Economic Times  Dec 14  Comment 
The digital currency surged to $0.58 on December 14 from $0.24, according to the data available.


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