With an abundance of coal it can’t sell and a strong appetite for bitcoin, could Kim Jong-Un be experimenting with a new form of mining?
The post With $9.7 trillion of untradeable coal, North Korea turns to bitcoin appeared first on Crypto Insider – Bitcoin and Blockchain News.
Bahrain is closely looking at digital currencies. According to Khalid Al Rumaihi, the chief executive of the Economic Development Board of Bahrain, the Bahrain’s finance ministry is keen on adopting digital currencies and had even suggested that Bahrain could issue “bonds on a digital currency.” In response to a query at the MIT Innovation Forum […]
The Indian government is reportedly considering its own digital currency, similar to bitcoin. The central government of India has discussed the proposal with a committee of government officials, according to an unnamed source, reports the Business Standard. As India’s central bank believes that digital currencies are ‘susceptible to misuse’ the government is looking at a […]
This post The Indian Government is Considering its Own Cryptocurrency first appeared on Coinjournal.
Combating the ongoing volatility, bitcoin as a payment option is steadily gaining steam among retailers, merchants, mega-corporations, and now, the art world
Fresh off China’s temporary ICO ban, Singapore may be preparing to to step up and take the lead in the ICO marketplace
The post Singapore – A haven for ICOs after China regulation? appeared first on Crypto Insider – Bitcoin and Blockchain News.
The price of bitcoin began to crash as much as $400 this Friday as a second wave of “news” came in from China. Latest firsthand reports detailed inside prove the rumors to be entirely untrue so far.
The post Bitcoin crash due to further China crackdown rumors appeared first on Crypto Insider – Bitcoin and Blockchain News.
In a sign that cryptocurrencies are beginning to gain widespread acceptance, this tech-savvy Baltic nation aims to become the first country in the world to launch its own ICO