"Financial privacy is like a fundamental right", says Jesse Powell, CEO, and Co-founder of Kraken. But Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are pseudonymous, i.e., transaction information is easily avaiThe post Kraken CEO: Govts will take time to understand benefits of privacy coins appeared first on AMBCrypto.
Craig Wright’s lawyer says he didn’t receive the private keys to $8 billion worth of Bitcoin and provides an update on the Dave Kleiman court case.The post Confirmed: Craig Wright doesn’t have keys to $8 billion of Bitcoin appeared first on Decrypt.
Stellar, a top 10 coin, is enjoying a 15 percent spike following a $31 million funding round for the Stellar-enabled Lightnet network.The post Stellar price spikes 15 percent following Lightnet funding round appeared first on Decrypt.
An electric-powered Tesla is showing off its latest feat – operating as a Bitcoin node. Bcoin, a suite of full node implementations for cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin, tweeted out a video on Friday that shows Tesla’s onboard computer system being used to power a full Bitcoin node. Downloading full blocks to […]The post Elon Musk’s Flagship Tesla Can Power a Full Bitcoin (BTC) Node appeared first on The Daily Hodl.
The Russian Federation has a new prime minister, Mikhail Mishustin, with a track record of statements regarding cryptocurrencies and an affection for digitalization. A stated goal of his government will be to turn the country into a digital platform “for the people.” Time will tell, however, whether his plan encompasses the legal use of decentralized […]The post Russia’s New Prime Minister Has an Opinion of Cryptocurrencies appeared first on Bitcoin News.
Three class action lawsuits alleging Bitfinex and Tether manipulated the bitcoin market have been combined in federal court, with the stablecoin issuer promising to fight the claims.
A report issued by Swiss Stock Exchange operator SIX suggests a growing demand among traders for digital assets such as Bitcoin.The post Two-thirds of stock traders want more crypto products, says Swiss exchange appeared first on Decrypt.
Just like any other industry, the crypto industry is highly vulnerable to cyberattacks in 2020, according to a Check Point Research‘s cybersecurity report. Cloud Infrastructure a Big Target for Crypto Mining Attacks In 2019, no organization, regardless of its size, was excepted from cyberattacks. Cybercrime is lucrative and, therefore attractive for unscrupulous individuals. Researchers estimated that for 2018 cybercrime rates generated US$1.5 trillion. Bitcoin is resilient because of the randomness of the data exchanges withinRead More The post appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
Bitcoin started 2020 in fine form. The BTC price opened the year at around $7,185 and, at the time of writing, sits just shy of $8,900. With the leading crypto asset posting consistent gains so far this year, a sense of bullishness has returned to the industry. The quadrennial Bitcoin halving and its potential impact... The post appeared first on NewsBTC.
It looks like financial advisors are trying to get their clients to think more about cryptocurrencies. Financial Advisors Are Starting to Open Up Up to this point, digital assets have been relatively scary when looked at by such advisors. Many have sought to get their clients to focus more on precious metals, stocks and bonds,...The post Financial Advisors Are Becoming More Open-Minded When It Comes to Crypto appeared first on Live Bitcoin News.