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  • President of the European Central Bank: Bitcoin Cannot be Prohibited

    Mario Draghi, the President of the European Central Bank (ECB), the central bank for the euro and administers monetary policy of the eurozone including 19 countries, has stated that it is not in the power of the ECB to prohibit or regulate bitcoin. At a meeting with members of the Committee on Economic
  • A Bitcoin ETF Is Just Around The Corner

    We are nearing the end of the week and it has been pretty wild one in the bitcoin space. Numerous fundamental developments have gotten a hold of price and pushed bitcoin in various directions, with overarching momentum early on controlled by the bears and, as the weekly matured, the bulls taking over. The latest news at the space falls
  • Is Venezuela Becoming The First Ever Bitcoin State?

    The idea behind bitcoin is one that – when looked at against a backdrop of fiat currencies and traditional sovereign state-led regions – has the potential to help overcome a range of existing issues. Things like inflation, which have long been considered a built in derivative of a cash backed financial system and a necessary evil of
  • Russia Wants Miners, Will Give Cheap Power

    Just when we thought that Russia and China had taken a back step from the mainstream bitcoin and cryptocurrency media, Russia has yet again surprised everyone with what is likely just the latest in a long line of twists and turns associated with acceptance and regulation in the space. Regular readers will know that, over the last few weeks, bitcoin, Chi
  • Russia is Trying to Build a Major Bitcoin Mining Industry to Compete With China

    Alexander Drozdenko, the governor of the Russian Leningrad region, has encouraged bitcoin miners to create, develop and deploy mining centers in Leningrad at the third annual Energy of Opportunities conference. Local news publications including
  • The Two Sides Of The Bitcoin Debate Are Saying The Same Thing

    The debate as to how bitcoin is going to navigate the path to mainstream acceptance and widespread use is not quite as foggy as it once was but – if the last few weeks have told us anything – then the fog may be lifting but there are still plenty of twists and turns ahead. The situation in China is far from abating and is likely to continue to worsen near term.
  • Prominent Wealth Advisor: US Banks Feel Threatened by Bitcoin

    Rainer Michael Preiss, the executive director at Taurus Wealth Advisors, stated in an interview with CNBC that US-based banks and their CEOs feel threatened by the growing adoption and popularity of bitcoin. Earlier this month, Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan, the world’s largest investment bank with a $332 billion market cap, was criticized by b
  • JP Morgan Might Not Be Telling The Whole Truth About Its Stance On Bitcoin

    During mid to late last week, two things dominated the news in the bitcoin space – China and JP Morgan. The former, and likely the larger input of the two, rested on the Asian giant's actions as far as establishment of policy is concerned in the region. Specifically, the closing down of exchanges by the end of this month and – what now appears to be – the
  • Chinese Exchanges to Continue International Operations, Potential Comeback?

    BTCC, Huobi, and OKCoin, the three largest bitcoin exchanges in China that were recently ordered by the Chinese government and local financial regulators to shut down, will still continue their international operations. The BTCC development team in particular emphasized that BTCC.com and Mobi.me, two international bitcoin trading and servi
  • Here's What China Really Means For Bitcoin

    It seems that the Chinese impact on bitcoin isn't going away anytime soon. Well, that's not technically true. From a fundamental buy and sell perspective, Chinese input is slated to almost completely disappear by September 30. However, the fallout from this is likely to last a little bit longer. During the evening yesterday, we got a couple of Tweets