January has been a dire month for those who joined the rollercoaster on the way up to Dec. 17’s highs. Its downfall has partly been down to a lot of fake news though. #ANALYSIS
Bitcoin, along with most of the crypto market, took a massive plunge this week that had many ring the alarm bells on ‘popped bubbles’ and ‘Bitcoin crashes.’ However, there has been a market recovery.
JP Morgan’s Global Market Strategist Mike Bell seems to have timed his tirade against cryptocurrencies perfectly stating that governments could ban them in the wake of confusion emanating from Korea. #REGULATIONS
The Chinese government is looking to extend the scope of its cryptocurrency exchange ban in response to a trading “uptick.” #NEWS
It is not only the individuals and the investors, banks and other financial regulators are deep in thought about this crypto mania. #ADOPTION
Japan has become a bit of a haven in the East for Bitcoin with its receptive approach to the digital currency. #ADOPTION
Looks like anyone can earn predicting price movement 🤔 #EXPLAINED
In his statement at a public hearing of the National Assembly to tackle a proposed legislation for the creation of a legal framework on cryptocurrencies, FSC Vice-chairman Kim Yong-beom confirmed the commission’s plan to regulate the l…
Korea could follow China in outlawing cryptocurrency exchange for fiat, and possibly go further, reports suggest.
Nobel prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies should be banned.
A move by the Chinese Government to try and calm its onshore investors may inadvertently boost the now Bitcoin black market.
Morocco bans transactions of cryptocurrencies due to lack of regulations.
Conflicting information is coming from China about a sudden ban on Bitcoin mining.
The central bank of India is against virtual cryptocurrencies but supports Blockchain, which is the technology behind the cryptos.
India’s government has received advice it should Chinese-style ban on crypto ‘dealer’ companies and individuals.