Bitcoin Mining Banned for First Time in Upstate New York Town Bloomberg Bitcoin Mining Was Just Banned in a Small Town Fortune Bitcoin mining banned by New York town upset over soaring electricity bills Los Angeles Times Full coverage
The co-founder of PayPal says there will be only one online equivalent to gold, and bitcoin, as the ‘biggest’ cryptocurrency, will triumph.
South Korean prosecutors reportedly raided the offices of three cryptocurrency exchanges on suspicion of siphoning off funds from customers’ accounts.
Over $60 billion wiped off value of cryptocurrencies in 24 hours as bitcoin slide continues CNBC Bitcoin drops below $8000, as the entire crypto market continues to slump BGR Bitcoin and rival cryptocurrencies all lose value after Google bans advertising The Independent Full coverage
With a change of policy, Google has announced a new hardline approach with a crackdown on cryptocurrency-related advertising. Come June 2018, Google will ban online advertisements promoting any cryptocurrency-related content as a part of its newly updated financial services policy that introduces curbs on a handful of financial products including contracts for difference (CFDs), rolling The post Google is Banning All Cryptocurrency, ICO Advertisements from June appeared first on CCN
Major South Korean exchange Bithumb partners with kiosk brand to let customers pay for food in crypto in some cafes and restaurants #NEWS
Egypt: a new study has shown that Internet users are being secretly redirected to crypto mining scripts. #NEWS
New crypto debit cards, with multiple currency accounts in GBP, EUR, USD, and BTC are offered by Wirex in Europe. The first plastic Visa cards were issued on Thursday, according to media reports. The new cards were made available for UK users on March 8. The service should be offered to customers in other EU countries by the end of the month.
A U.S. district judge has backed the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission in defining cryptocurrencies as commodities.
Venezuela’s Assemblea Nacional [National Assembly] recently declared it believes the country’s oil-backed cryptocurrency, the Petro (PTR) is unconstitutional. Through a public statement, the lawmakers denounced the cryptocurrency as a fraud, and a threat to those who invest in it.