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Twitter CEO believes internet will have its native currency, possibly Bitcoin

… In an interview with Joe Rogan, Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey answers the question on whether or not he will create his own cryptocurrency. He said that he has no plans for that at the moment, however, he expressed his personal view towards cryptocurrency…

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Bitcoin (BTC) Darknet Transactions Doubled In 2018: Why This Is Bullish

  Since Bitcoin (BTC) burst onto the global stage in 2009, the cryptocurrency, known for its decentralized, immutable, censorship-resistant, pseudonymous, and borderless nature, has become a medium for transactions of all shapes and size. And just like U.S. dollars and other government-issued currencies, BTC…

Crypto Analyst Brian Kelly: ‘No Shot’ for Bitcoin ETF in 2019

Crypto entrepreneur and regular contributor to CNBC, Brian Kelly, claimed that there is no chance for a Bitcoin (BTC) exchange-traded fund (ETF) approval in 2019. Kelly made his remarks in an interview with Cointelegraph at the Crypto Finance Conference, Switzerland, Jan. 18. Discussing the…

Chinese Analysts Say Bitcoin Bear Market Likely to Continue In 2019

Chinese analysts expect the current bitcoin bear market to continue in 2019, contradicting the bullish projections of crypto bulls like Mike Novogratz, who predicts that the bitcoin price will hit record highs this year. “In 2018, bitcoin became an investment black hole,” according to the state-run…

Don’t Invest in Bitcoin, You Could Be Aiding Money Laundering and Terrorism: Indian Police – NullTX

By now, we’ve just about heard it all from crypto skeptics. From some of the world’s wealthiest investors such as Warren Buffet to economists such as Nouriel Roubini. This time, however, the skepticism is coming from another party: the Indian police. Police from the…

Bitcoin Payments Down 80% in 4th Quarter of 2018: Chainalysis Data – P. H. Madore

Citing Chainalysis data, Reuters is reporting that Bitcoin retail payments were down 80% in September, and no mention of a rebound was present. Several things are to blame, including scalability of Bitcoin transactions (and the expensive nature of them as a result) and the…

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