Scrypt-based crypto asset Flash is releasing a new “human ATM” functionality in regions of Africa and South America that have seen their national fiat currencies fall victim to inflation. The function will provide peer-to-peer trading in countries like Venezuela that have little to no access to traditional banking services and must instead rely on cryptocurrencies...Live Bitcoin News.
12/23/2018 / 08:00:24
Flash is a lesser-known Scrypt-based cryptocurrency which has a growing presence in Venezuela and Africa. It is not designed to be a proof-of-work system, although it uses mining to verify transactions and secure the network, but instead focuses on transactions which can settle in a matter of seconds. Their mobile wallet recently integrated a ''humanCCN
12/22/2018 / 22:33:25
Canadians can now gradually accumulate small fractions of BTC by rounding up their everyday debit card purchases with a mobile application called Shakepay. The company launched in 2015 operates multiple cryptocurrency services and its new Shakepay Change element aims to provide individuals with a frictionless way to buy BTC in Canada. Also read: The Digital Revolution […]Bitcoin News.
12/13/2018 / 14:35:14
Officially, Wednesday, Nov. 14 will go down as the worst trading day of the year, as BTC sunk to record lows. Unofficially, there were still green shoots to be found if you knew where to look — mostly to the stablecoin sector. These dollar-pegged assets, normally so resistant to volatility, have been trading at a […]Bitcoin News.
11/15/2018 / 02:55:14
In today’s edition of The Daily we cover stories about Robinhood expanding to its 25th American state, recently discovered mining malware, Coinbase ditching its crypto index fund, and a new blockchain job for a former advisor to president Trump. Also Read: US Court Issues Emergency Order Halting a Planned Initial Coin Offering Robinhood Reaches 25th […]Bitcoin News.
10/14/2018 / 11:55:47
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Palo Alto Networks warned this week that fake Adobe Flash Player updates carrying cryptocurrency mining malware are on the increase. In its latest blog post, the cybersecurity company reveals that it has uncovered more of the fake Flash updates during its work and research than ever before. These fake updates use pop up notifications from the official Adobe installer. If the update is run by the system user, it will add cryptocurrency mining malware likeRead MoreBitcoinist.com.
10/14/2018 / 00:00:26
Malicious cryptocurrency mining software remains a very big threat to consumers. Palo Alto researchers note an increase in fake Adobe Flash updaters. A growing number of these fake tools tend to distribute crypto mining malware once installed. Beware of Fake Flash Updaters Despite a growing push to adopt HTML5, Adobe’s Flash Player is still very...Live Bitcoin News.
10/13/2018 / 02:00:33
Nick Szabo, who many believe to be Satoshi Nakamoto believe the combination of BTC future uncertainty, political opposition and a host of other crypto competitors precipitates recent volatility. However, as it is he thinks BTC prices would decline until we see stable growth. So, the underlying word here is decline and that’s why we should...The post Nick Szabo: Bitcoin Prices Will Decline Until when there is ''Certainty”: EOS, Litecoin, Tron, Stellar Lumens and IOTA Technical Analysis (June 23, 2018) appeared first on NewsBTC.
06/23/2018 / 07:22:50
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In an effort to pin Bitcoin’s price drop on anything other than sellers overpowering buyers, mainstream and cryptocurrency-focused media have been eager to blame Coinrail — an irrelevant and incredibly minor cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea. However, the hack of Coinrail is not to blame for the flash crash. Market manipulators and panic sellers are. Panic Selling After a prolonged period of sideways trading, market makers in the cryptocurrency space decided to slice a $42Read MoreThe post Bitcoin Price Crash Caused by Panic Sellers and Manipulation (Not Coinrail) appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
06/11/2018 / 10:00:31
FOMO Moments Markets are falling, altcoins getting hit hardest are EOS, Iota, Ontology, OmiseGo and Icon. That ongoing sideways ranging market has finally ended a few hours ago when a flash crash wiped $15 billion out of crypto in a couple of hours. The markets have slid over 6% over the past day and the...The post What Caused a Flash Crypto Crash to Wipe $15 Billion Out in Just Two Hours appeared first on NewsBTC.
06/10/2018 / 04:50:19
As one of the most liquid and globally accessible exchanges, Binance wields a lot of power. Listings are a big deal to cryptocurrency teams, representing a validation of their coin, and they’re also a big deal to investors, who can profit off the price boost that invariably ensues. Lately though, those pumps have been diminishing […]Bitcoin News.
06/01/2018 / 16:32:08
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