Bitcoin.org to denounce “Segwit2x”

Bitcoin.org to denounce “Segwit2x” On 2017-10-11 at noon (UTC), Bitcoin.org is planning to publish a banner on every page of the site warning users about the risks of using services that will default to the so-called Segwit2x1 (S2X) contentious hard fork. S2X companies will be called out by name. To ensure that we only warn users against companies that will actually…

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Trading with Coinspot.com.au

Following the initial setup review of coinspot.com.au, I’ve had the opportunity to trade about AUD$250 on the coinspot.com.au platform and as a result of about 2 weeks getting lucky on a number of dips, managed to turn that into about $490. After fees and other bs, I exited with about $470 odd dollars. So this is the main trading window. Frankly, it’s spartan….

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Venezuela starts the process of state bitcoinization

Service sector starts to shift to Bitcoin massively in Venezuela. Many businessmen refuse to accept payments in Bolivars from population, offering to pay in foreign currencies or Bitcoins instead. The reason is the severe hyperinflation happening in the country. Read more here: blockchainshow.eu My thoughts: For some time now, it’s been noted that Venezuelans, desperate for money since their Bolivars are…

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Japan and Korea Surge ahead in Bitcoin importance

Emergence of Japan and South Korea as Major Bitcoin Markets According to various cryptocurrency market data providers including CryptoCompare, Japan has secured 56.25 percent of the global bitcoin exchange market share, processing more than twice as much bitcoin trades as the US market. Read more at: cryptocoinsnews.com Large Japanese Energy Supplier Adds Bitcoin Payments With a Discount Remixpoint, a Japanese company…

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