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Bitcoin News Digest Sunday, February 11, 2018

Iceland to use more energy mining bitcoin than powering its homes this year

Iceland is expected to use more energy mining bitcoin than powering its homes this year.

 

Fundstrat’s Tom Lee explains why bitcoin and stocks crashed and burned at the same time

How bitcoin’s plunge may have foreshadowed the stock market’s deep decline.

 

How to make money mining bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies without knowing anything about it

It’s absurdly easy to start mining for cryptocurrency.

 

Cryptocurrency Regulation Boosts Markets

China, India, Russia and the United States are all racing to regulate aspects of the cryptocurrency space. Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP), Ethereum (ETH), and most

 

Bitcoin is yo-yoing

Bitcoin continues to yo-yo after a particularly rough month for the notoriously volatile cryptocurrency,

 

Rural Washington Is a Hot Spot for Bitcoin Miners

Washington state has some of the cheapest power in the U.S. making it a magnet for bitcoin miners, who generate new units of cryptocurrencies—a process that requires vast amounts of electricity.

 

Bitcoin price weekly analysis: Strong indicators

This week has been important for bitcoin for several reasons, despite losing nearly a third of its value.

 

Schukov: Understanding Bitcoin is virtually impossible

“I am seriously considering patenting a board game version of Bitcoin.”

 

Lingerie Tycoon Sells 50 Dubai Apartments for Bitcoin

As Bitcoin and cryptocurrency continues to become more and more viable by the week, one lingerie tycoon and her billionaire boyfriend have recently sold out 50 Dubai developments for Bitcoin.

 




New gold rush: Energy demands soar in Iceland for bitcoins

Iceland is expected to use more energy mining bitcoins and other virtual currencies this year than it uses to power its homes.

 

Cryptocurrency Market Records Minor Correction as Bitcoin Falls 10%

Within merely 24 hours after recording massive gains and peaking at $450 billion, the cryptocurrency market has fallen, recording a minor correction. Major cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Bitcoin Cash all fell by over 10 percent.

 

US: Arizona Senate Passes Bill To Allow Tax Payments In Bitcoin

The Arizona Senate has passed a bill to allow its residents to pay taxes with cryptocurrency, setting up the state to become the f… | News | Cointelegraph

 

Bitcoin Alternatives: Litecoin Vs Bitcoin cash Vs Ripple Vs Zcash

Bitcoin prices may have fallen drastically lately but, they still hover around $8,000, a price level which is far too high for most prospective investors.

 

If you’re bored by Bitcoin, sink your money into doubloons and pieces of eight

Are you bored by your Bitcoins? Looking for a more exciting investment that is also a sure thing? I have some suggestions.  This is a very good time

 

Ripple founder backs Bitcoin

Crypto news: Good news for Ripple as Chinese payment platform signs up Banking & Finance

 




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