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06.08.2018 CEO of JPMorgan Jamie Dimon returns to bitcoin bashing, calls Cryptocurrency Scam ... CEO of JPMorgan Jamie Dimon returned to his more critical comments about bitcoin, calling bitcoin a “Scam” and said that he was “not interested” in it, Bloomberg reported on Sunday, 5 August. Dimon said at the aspen Institute'the 25th annual ... read more

The report, confirming that the bitcoin exchange UPbit, is now the biggest crypto exchange in South Korea retains 100% of its bitcoin and cryptocurrency balance sent a wave of relief worries of investors after the exchange was raided by local not ...The coffee chain, in e-mail technology and science, the Motherboard of the publication, stated that “it is important to clarify that we do not accept digital assets at Starbucks. Currently we are announcing the start of trading and the transformation ...

Bitcoin's (BTC) price is trading in an indecisive manner after hitting 19-month lows below $6,900 on Sunday, but will be able to pick up an application for the adoption of the above $7,100, technical studies show. Leading crypto-currencies fell yesterday to 6,890 $on exchanges ...One bitcoin BTCUSD, -0.98% last year to $6,971.70, a decrease of 0.9 percent from Sunday 5 PM Eastern time on the exchange Kraken. Friday's high, # 1 in digital Currency lost 10 billion, according to CoinMarketCap.Bitcoin fell below $7,000 to the lowest level in three weeks on Monday, dragging down some of the other major digital markers on the wave. The biggest cryptocurrency fell as much as 6 percent to trade $6,000-pen for the first time since ...

Tuur Demeester-economist & investor. In the following article references an opinion and is for information purposes only. It is not intended for investment and ...Bitcoin's (BTC) price is trading in an indecisive manner after hitting 19-month lows below $6,900 on Sunday, but will be able to pick up an application for the adoption of the above $7,100, technical studies show. Leading crypto-currencies fell yesterday to 6,890 $on exchanges ...
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