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Was Coinbase’s Bitcoin Cash Rollout A Designed Hit?

zerohedge.com / by Tom Luongo / Dec 25, 2017 1:55 PM There’s an excellent article over on Breitbart that looks at the details of Coinbase’s surprise roll-out of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as a trading vehicle on their in-house exchange GDAX. It details the whole sordid mess and I would recommend anyone interested in the topic to read it for […]

Bitcoin Futures Crash Over $2000 From Open, Converge To Bitcoin Spot

Update: Bitcoin and Bitcoin Futures have collapsed since the futures opened… Dropping over $2200 to converge with spot… *  *  * Both CME and CBOE Bitcoin Futures contracts opened above $20,000 this evening (with Bitcoin spot hovering around $19,000). However, as soon as trading started, Bitcoin futures got hammered lower.   Those expecting a surge […]

Largest Crypto-Mining Exchange Confirms It Was Hacked, $62 Million In Bitcoin Stolen

Update: as @MillionsBitcoin points out…. NiceHash wondering where your stolen bitcoins are? Here they are4736 $btc stolen$usd Value: 62,729,994#bitcoin #BTC #NiceHash #bitcoinmining #Hacked pic.twitter.com/1Ajh7lDAo0 — Bitcoin Millionaire (@MillionsBitcoin) December 6, 2017 … the total amount of bitcoins stolen from Nice Hash is 4736, or just over $62 million, and they have ended up at the […]

Why I’m Not Buying into the Bitcoin Cash Hype

goldstockbull.com / Jason Hamlin / November 12th, 2017 Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was a fork of Bitcoin blockchain ledger that launched on August 1st and increased the block size to 8MB. The stated goal of this fork is to lower fees and speed up transaction times. At the time of the fork, those holding Bitcoin received an equal […]

Coinbase Adds A Record 100,000 Bitcoin Traders In One Day

Back in the summer of 2015, one tracked the euphoria of the Chinese stock market bubble by the number, usually in the hundreds of thousands, of new brokerage accounts that were opened on any one given day. And while that bubble has long since burst, the tradition of measuring new account openings has remained, and […]