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btcmanager.com - added by amudotcom - 15 hours ago
● Two Congressman Darren Soto and Ted Budd are working on a legislation to prevent price manipulation of Cryptocurrency.
● One legislation proposed is called Virtual Currency Consumer Protection Act of 2018.
● While the other is called US Virtual Currency Market and Regulatory Competitiveness Act of 2018.
● These legislations will help the US be the leader in the Cryptocurrency sphere.
Saturday, 8th Dec
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blockmanity.com - added by amudotcom - 2 days ago
● Bobby Lee, the Co-founder of BTCC has made a prediction that Bitcoin will fall to $2,500 by January 2019.
● He states the next bull run will be by December 2021 and will reach heights of $333,000.
● The basis of the prediction is according to historical data.
Friday, 7th Dec
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www.ccn.com - added by amudotcom - 3 days ago
● The SEC has confirmed the delaying of the much awaited VanEck Bitcoin ETF.
● It will be delayed to February 27th 2019.
● The director of VanEck is certain that SEC will approve VanEck's BTC ETF given that it meets certain requirements.
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www.ccn.com - added by amudotcom - 3 days ago
● Morgan Creek's founder Anthony Pompliano believes Facebook will step into the Cryptocurrency space.
● He visions Facebook will build the most used Cryptocurrency product.
● Mike Dudas, the CEO of The Block hinted about Facebook entering the Blockchain market through a tweet about hirings.
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www.cnbc.com - added by amudotcom - 3 days ago
● Morgan Creek has betted that the Cryptocurrency index which is top Crypto assets will outperform S&P 500.
● It is called the Buffet Bet 2.0 named after Warren Buffet's infamous bet of a group of hedge funds outdoing S&P 500.
● The bet is worth a whopping $1 million.
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Thursday, 6th Dec
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bitcoinist.com - added by amudotcom - 4 days ago
● A Dannish website called Hungry.dk allows you to pay for food takaways in Bitcoin from 1,500 restaurants.
● Hungry.dk has been accepting Bitcoin payments ever since 2014.
● It temporarily disabled the Bitcoin payment last year however it's been re-added.
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cryptoslate.com - added by amudotcom - 5 days ago
● OKEx has announced a new Crypto service called Bitcoin Perpetual Swap.
● It is a peer to peer offering that aims to empower traders with the ability to speculate the price direction of Bitcoin and Ether.
● OKEx's new perpetual swaps will be available on OKEx from December 11, 2018, at 1:00 (GMT +9).
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www.ig.com - added by amudotcom - 5 days ago
● Helio Lending will open it's doors to Crypto lending in Australia.
● Crypto lending allows holders of Cryptocurrencies to access fiat without selling.
● Cryptocurrencies as of now that Helio will offer include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and XRP.
● The Crypto wallet management and liquidity clearing will be provided by ETHlend.
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www.ccn.com - added by amudotcom - 5 days ago
● Roger Ver said that the uncertainty of Cryptocurrencies is what makes them exciting.
● He clarified that the future remains bright for the Cryptocurrency ecosystem with more awareness and attention.
● His stance on fraudulent activities in the Cryptocurrency space was positively explained with the fact that it has mainstream adoption.
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