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Bitcoin News Digest Tuesday, November 14, 2017

How Close Did Bitcoin Get to Disastrous Chain Death Spiral

A recent drop in Bitcoin hash rate could spell disaster. What exactly is a ‘chain death spiral?’

 

Bitcoin’s Transaction Fees Show Its Limits

The original cryptocurrency may never be a widespread payment instrument.

 

After Declines, Bitcoin Comes Back Stronger

Bitcoin is like a bad penny – no matter how much you knock it, it always turns up.

 

BREAKING: China May Cut Off Cheap Power To Bitcoin Miners?

China is cutting off supply of cheap power for Bitcoin miners.

 

What Bitcoin’s History Says About Its Future

The author of the first book on Bitcoin’s early days discusses why Bitcoin has become such a polarized community, why so many early Bitcoiners support big blocks, and what could happen now that the SegWit2x hard fork has been suspended.

 

Bottom in Place? Bitcoin’s Price Needs to Consolidate

Bitcoin’s price is holding its ground so far today.

As of writing, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization is changing hands for

 

Is FOMO The Real Reason For Bitcoin’s Run-up?

Bitcoin’s price has increased roughly 814% over the past year – what gives? John Rhodes, author of the Digital Coin Collective on Marketplace, joins the Roundta

 

Why Bitcoin Now Wears a Suit and Tie, and Will Soon Reach $10,000

Cryptocurrencies were once the ‘bad boys’ of finance, traded on the Silk Road rather than Wall Street. But adoption by futures traders will ensure

 

Bitcoin Price Increases to $6,550 as Market Regains Confidence

Bitcoin price has increased to over $6,550, after dipping below $5,600 on November 12. Analysts say the surge was triggered by CME’s bitcoin futures listing

 

Bitcoin Cash joins bitcoin on cryptocurrency roller coaster

Prices for the new coin on the block are proving to be as volatile as those of its bigger, older rival

 




I’ll Give You My Bitcoin When You Pry It From My Cold, Dead Hands

Marc Hochstein is the managing editor of CoinDesk and the former editor-in-chief of financial industry publication American Banker.

The following opi

 

Bitcoin Price Gains Sees Swell Among Singapore Miners

A bitcoin mining company in Singapore is seeing a rising number of customers purchasing mining rigs as the cryptocurrency gains in value.

 

Trezor Wallet Will Integrate Bitcoin Gold As Major Platforms Reluctant to Show Support

Trezor revealed that the source code of Bitcoin Gold (BCG) has been released and that the Trezor wallet will add support for BCG in the upcoming weeks.

 

Irani Central Banker: ‘Risky’ Bitcoin Requires Review

The Central Bank of Iran is opening up about its stance on cryptocurrency.

Speaking at a press conference this week, deputy director of new technolo

 

Cryptocurrency trading volumes reached a record high over the weekend that beats some US stock exchanges

Bitcoin had a wild weekend and that translated into record-breaking volumes.

 

The Forks and Fights Behind Bitcoin’s Turbulence

Bitcoin’s price has always been volatile, but its 29 percent down-and-mostly-back-up over the last few days was a doozy even for it. For those trying to follow along, there was no shortage of bitcoin jargon to wade through — forks, bitcoin cash, Segwit2x and transaction blocks among them. The big picture is this: The turmoil is what happens when a community designed so no one person or group is in charge tries to sort through the vexing technical and commercial problems created by the pioneerin

 




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