The market of digital currencies continues to recover after the fall caused by China’s decision to close the local crypto-exchanges by the end of October. Also investors got interested in risk-off assets amid escalating tension on the Korean peninsula. (more…)
Bitcoin, the world’s most popular crypto-currency that reached a record high of $4,911.80 on September 2, is still under pressure. Last week, the digital currency experienced a powerful decline caused by the Bank of China’s decision to ban ICO operations in the country. Last Friday, the Chinese Central Bank continued sanctions: the government decided to ban the digital currencies exchange. (more…)
Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies continue declining on Tuesday after the ban of the Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in China. According to the source close to decision makers, China will keep tightening the rules on crypto-currencies. (more…)
Main Chinese Bitcoin exchanges allowed their traders to withdraw the cryptocurrency after four-month restriction made by the Central banking institution. (more…)
Bitcoin electronic currency exceeded $2,100 on Monday for the first time. However, future of the crypto-currency is still disputed. (more…)
The U.S. dollar position went down on Friday demonstrating losses for the first time in three weeks. The American currency reacted to the new U.S. Treasury Secretary’s statements on Thursday. Meanwhile, Bitcoin digital currency rose due to ETF decision speculations. (more…)
Bitcoin digital currency fell down on Wednesday after China’s central bank appointed a closed-door meeting with some of country’s bitcoin exchanges. Officials from the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) met with representatives of bitcoin exchange platforms this afternoon.