Crypto markets turn red while Bitcoin’s price struggles below the $8,500 mark
Nervos, a proof-of-stake challenger to Bitcoin, had its mainnet go live. The release comes on the heels of a $72 million token sale. The Nervos CKB mainnet Lina just went live. The projects is attempting to solve the scalability issues faced by proof-of-work blockchains. Bitcoin, for example, is often criticized for its relatively high transaction […]The post Nervos Mainnet Goes Live Following $72 Million Token Sale appeared first on Crypto Briefing.
Ethereum’s price action has been closely tracking that of Bitcoin’s in recent times, which has led it to experience some bearishness overnight as the crypto now nears the lower-$180 region – a consistent level of support for ETH. This near-term bearishness may be short lived, however, as analysts are now noting that each price dip...The post Analyst Wants to Buy Every Ethereum Dip as Istanbul Hard Fork Nears appeared first on NewsBTC.
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Sarah Olsen, a managing director at Gemini who played a role in the exchange’s stablecoin effort, has left the cryptocurrency exchange, according to sources familiar with the matter. The post Business development exec involved with Gemini stablecoin exits appeared first on The Block.
P2P Bitcoin exchange Paxful wants your help to spread its word. If you’re successful, there’s the chance to become a Paxful employee.The post Bitcoin exchange Paxful eyes expansion through new ‘peer program’ appeared first on Decrypt.
Venezuela’s national business association Consecomercio says cryptocurrency is a boon for its economy, but the state-backed petro has been rushed.The post Cryptocurrency ‘undeniably important’ to Venezuela, says business association appeared first on Decrypt.
President Xi Jinping’s complex relationship with Bitcoin and blockchain, the technology that underpins the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, is playing out in a series of fresh crackdowns in China. Leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance and blockchain platform Tron have both been blocked by microblogging platform Weibo, the “Twitter of China”, according to reports by China Times. […]The post Binance and Tron Weibo Accounts Blocked Amidst Broader Crypto Crackdown Resurgence in China appeared first on The Daily Hodl.
The TRON and Binance social media accounts were banned on Weibo, a Chinese microblogging platform comparable to Twitter. Hours ago TRON and Binance were removed from one of China’s most popular social media websites. A translation of the removal pages read, “the account is in violation of Weibo community rules and regulations.” China has historically […]The post TRON and Binance Banned from Chinese Microblogging Platform Weibo appeared first on Crypto Briefing.
Crypto.com, a financial services provider based in Hong Kong, has launched a new cryptocurrency exchange that will allow people to sell, buy and trade up to nine different cryptocurrencies. Crypto.com Brings a Whole New Side to Trading The Crypto.com platform has greatly expanded over the previous year. Customers can attach their digital wallets to Visa...The post Crypto.com Debuts Its New Digital Trading Platform appeared first on Live Bitcoin News.