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Bitcoin Latest Update: Bitcoin Current Slump in Price Hasn’t Affected the number of Investors Going for Bitcoin (BTC), Bitwise CEO Says – BTC News Today

Recent price movement on the charts indicates that the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market cap Bitcoin (BTC) has remained in its price slump over the past few weeks. This is especially true following the bear market crash that saw majority of the top major digital assets sip on the price …

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Thai Cryptocurrency Exchange Set to Launch Security Token (STO) Offering Despite Bitcoin Price Slump

Despite the chilling crypto winter, bitcoin-friendly Thailand remains enthusiastic and determined to hodl on. As first reported by Nikkei Asian Review on December 4, 2018, the highly reputed Thai cryptocurrency exchange, Satang Corp. has announced plans to launch its security token offering (STO) by early 2019, and the government of …

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December Cryptocurrency Predictions Report: Tron (TRX), Litecoin (LTC) and Binance Coin (BNB) forecast to continue slump, but other coins could recover

Price comparison site finder.com releases December Cryptocurrency Predictions Survey, 11 coins forecast Panellists provide thoughts on recent fall, cautiously optimistic for some coins in December Binance Coin (BNB), Litecoin (LTC), and TRON (TRX) forecast to drop further Stellar (XLM), Cardano (ADA), and bitcoin (BTC) predicted to increase   The experts …

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Only Eleven Blockchain Cryptocurrency Projects Maintain $1 Billion In Market Cap in Recent Slump

Volatility is back in the crypto market and Bitcoin is trading under $4,000 now. Bitcoin is not the only crypto to get affected, the entire market is down so much so that there are only 9 cryptos with more market cap than $1 billion. Cardano the 10th largest crypto, with …

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Media Spread Wrong “China Bans Bitcoin” Narrative, Causing Bitcoin Price Slump

Recently, the Chinese government and the People’s Bank of China offered reasonable suggestions to Bitcoin exchanges and users, discouraging fake volumes and offline scam-like promotions while asking users to maintain responsibility for their independent actions. But some media outlets, mostly western-based, used the events to spread panic among Chinese investors, …

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