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  • BCause selects Connamara as tech provider for new bitcoin exchange, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Finextra Research Online banking channel :: RSS
    Connamara Systems, LLC (Connamara) today announced BCause LLC, (BCause), a privately held exchange o... Read more
  • What’s Next For 2 Other Bitcoin ETFs?, par /u/etf-com, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
  • Corvil provides real-time transaction lifecycle perspective, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Finextra Research Online banking channel :: RSS
    Corvil today announced a new solution for Fixed Income market participants, which improves electroni... Read more
  • Snapcard to Shutter Bitcoin Wallet Service, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    In a new blog post, the startup said that it would now look to prioritize MassPay, a service launched in 2015 that uses the bitcoin blockchain as a ... Read more
  • Unconfirmed incoming transaction for a long time, par Dominik Myszkowski, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I received BC from currency exchange provider. Is unconfirmed for a pretty long time. Is this standard waiting time or maybe sender did not provide enough fee? I didn't have any choice what fee he payed and I think it is not possible to pay it after the transaction... Thanks for the input. (...) Read more Dominik Myszkowski
  • Re: Large Bitcoin Collider (Collision Finders Pool), 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    I never find anything Smiley Read more
  • Snapcard to Shutter Bitcoin Wallet Service, par Stan Higgins, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: CoinDesk :: RSS
    Snapcard announced today it will shut down its bitcoin wallet service sometime in the next few months.
    Source Read more Stan Higgins
  • Will PSD2 impose a Mandatory Dedicated Interface?, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Finextra Research Online banking channel :: RSS
    By Arturo Gonzaléz Mac Dowell, On February 13th 2017 the EBA published its final draft on Regulatory... Read more
  • Bitcoin Price Recovers as True Believers Keep the Faith, par Paul Vigna, 14 March 2017

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    For a crowd of uber-distrustful cryptoanarchists, bitcoiners are still a pretty optimistic lot. How else to describe the price action over the weekend for the digital currency, which ostensibly suffered a sharp setback after the Securities and Exchange Commission denied an application from Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss to build and sell a bitcoin-based exchange traded fund?
    The price of bitcoin on Friday plunged after the SEC order came out. After trading as high as $1,325 during the morning, it fell as low as $1,022 in the immediate aftermath of the order. On Monday, though, bitcoin traded as high as $1,247, according to CoinDesk. On Tuesday, the price was in the same range, trading at $1,242. Volumes were especially high on Friday, but have since returned roughly to the ranges the market was seeing previously.
    That’s not so surprising, really. Most bitcoin traders are also bitcoin backers. Some in the market were arguing that traders should buy on an SEC denial, even before the denial was issued. “If it [bitcoin] does correct Friday,” said Reggie Middleton, a bitcoin entrepreneur and investor, last Wednesday, “I think it’s a buying opportunity, because people are overreacting.”

    The SEC decision was less about the Winklevoss twins’ specific proposal, than it was about the nature of bitcoin exchanges around the world. The SEC staff that wrote the decision did not take an explicit position on bitcoin itself, but instead focused on the issue of regulation of the exchanges that trade it. The vast majority are unregulated, and the SEC said that lack of transparency into bitcoin’s market was the reason for the denial.
    That could make it hard for the other two firms, SolidX Management and Grayscale Investments, that have also proposed publicly regulated and traded ETFs. Neither has publicly commented on the SEC ruling. The Solidx proposal has a deadline of March 30. Grayscale’s isn’t until September.
    To an extent, the SEC decision is a blow to the budding use case of bitcoin as a store of value, but it may have saved the currency from experiencing another wild swing. Had the SEC given the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust an approval, it almost certainly would have seen new money coming into the asset.
    Back in January, then-Needham analyst Spencer Bogart had estimated an ETF could attract as much as $300 million in its first week. That kind of influx, given the pre-programmed limits on bitcoin creation, would have resulted in some severe pricing pressure on a fixed asset. “Opening up this much potential access to bitcoin this fast could have created a significant bubble,” said Hossein Kazemi, senior adviser at the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association.
    However, even without new money coming in, bitcoin and its ilk are seeing rising demand. In addition to bitcoin’s rising price, myriad so-called alt-coins are also seeing money pour into them. The result is that the collective market cap for the entire landscape of digital currencies–including bitcoin alternatives like ether, dash and namecoin–rose by a more than $4 billion over the weekend, according to CoinDesk. That led bitcoin entrepreneur Vinny Lingham to warn on Twitter that “a lot of unsuspecting noobs are pumping fiat into alt coin…classic pump and dump schemes.”
    For more insight into stocks and bonds, deals and dealmakers, the economy and business, be sure to subscribe to the MoneyBeat podcast. Read more Paul Vigna
  • Bitcoin Price Recovers as True Believers Keep the Faith, par Paul Vigna, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Site under construction

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    For a crowd of uber-distrustful cryptoanarchists, bitcoiners are still a pretty optimistic lot. How else to describe the price action over the weekend for the digital currency, which ostensibly suffered a sharp setback after the Securities and Exchange Commission denied an application from Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss to build and sell a bitcoin-based exchange traded fund?
    The price of bitcoin on Friday plunged after the SEC order came out. After trading as high as $1,325 during the morning, it fell as low as $1,022 in the immediate aftermath of the order. On Monday, though, bitcoin traded as high as $1,247, according to CoinDesk. On Tuesday, the price was in the same range, trading at $1,242. Volumes were especially high on Friday, but have since returned roughly to the ranges the market was seeing previously.
    That’s not so surprising, really. Most bitcoin traders are also bitcoin backers. Some in the market were arguing that traders should buy on an SEC denial, even before the denial was issued. “If it [bitcoin] does correct Friday,” said Reggie Middleton, a bitcoin entrepreneur and investor, last Wednesday, “I think it’s a buying opportunity, because people are overreacting.”

    The SEC decision was less about the Winklevoss twins’ specific proposal, than it was about the nature of bitcoin exchanges around the world. The SEC staff that wrote the decision did not take an explicit position on bitcoin itself, but instead focused on the issue of regulation of the exchanges that trade it. The vast majority are unregulated, and the SEC said that lack of transparency into bitcoin’s market was the reason for the denial.
    That could make it hard for the other two firms, SolidX Management and Grayscale Investments, that have also proposed publicly regulated and traded ETFs. Neither has publicly commented on the SEC ruling. The Solidx proposal has a deadline of March 30. Grayscale’s isn’t until September.
    To an extent, the SEC decision is a blow to the budding use case of bitcoin as a store of value, but it may have saved the currency from experiencing another wild swing. Had the SEC given the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust an approval, it almost certainly would have seen new money coming into the asset.
    Back in January, then-Needham analyst Spencer Bogart had estimated an ETF could attract as much as $300 million in its first week. That kind of influx, given the pre-programmed limits on bitcoin creation, would have resulted in some severe pricing pressure on a fixed asset. “Opening up this much potential access to bitcoin this fast could have created a significant bubble,” said Hossein Kazemi, senior adviser at the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association.
    However, even without new money coming in, bitcoin and its ilk are seeing rising demand. In addition to bitcoin’s rising price, myriad so-called alt-coins are also seeing money pour into them. The result is that the collective market cap for the entire landscape of digital currencies–including bitcoin alternatives like ether, dash and namecoin–rose by a more than $4 billion over the weekend, according to CoinDesk. That led bitcoin entrepreneur Vinny Lingham to warn on Twitter that “a lot of unsuspecting noobs are pumping fiat into alt coin…classic pump and dump schemes.”
    For more insight into stocks and bonds, deals and dealmakers, the economy and business, be sure to subscribe to the MoneyBeat podcast. Read more Paul Vigna
  • 14 Bitcoin ATMs In March Sees Coinsource Becoming Cali BTM Market Leader, par CoinTelegraph by William Suberg, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: CoinTelegraph.Com News :: RSS

    Coinsource now controls 30 percent of Californian Bitcoin ATMs after adding 14 in the first two weeks of March. Read more CoinTelegraph by William Suberg
  • Bitcoin Price Recovers as True Believers Keep the Faith, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    For a crowd of uber-distrustful cryptoanarchists, bitcoiners are still a pretty optimistic lot. How else to describe the price action over the weekend for the ... Read more
  • Why Bitcoin Is Important For Your Business, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Recently, a luxury hotel called the Seehotel Jagerwirt in Turrach, Austria found that all of its electronic doors were locked by hackers and could not be ... Read more
  • Re: Developer Q/A, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Thank you for your response good sir, and yes, I'm specifying the blockchain when I said "bitcoin software" as we know every industry operates with a certain system or n...
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  • FBI Official to Tech Word: Try to Understand Us, par Mark Norton, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS

    So what was the FBI doing at the South by Southwest Conference and Festivals in Austin, Texas, primarily known for music, movies and interactive media? James Baker, the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s general counsel, took the stage at a hotel in Austin, Texas, on Monday to present a human face to the issues of encryption and…

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  • Inventor of the World Wide Web issues dire warning, par Mark Norton, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS

    The man who invented the World Wide Web 28 years ago today has announced that he wants to save it. Tim Berners-Lee wrote the blueprint for what would become the World Wide Web, and said he is alarmed at what has happened to it in the last year. In a statement issued from London, Berners-Lee said:…

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  • Truth Or Consequences: Trump To Miss Wiretap Evidence Deadline Today, par Mark Norton, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS

    The star of ‘Presidential Apprentice’ has until the end of the business day today to present evidence for his claim that the Obama administration wiretapped Trump Tower during the campaign. What happens next is a real stress-test for American democracy. CNN reports that the House Intelligence Committee has requested records from several agencies related to Donald…

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  • How the 'Dole Stock Crisis' is Reigniting the Push for Blockchain, par Michael del Castillo, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: CoinDesk :: RSS
    A recent issue with Dole's public stock highlights the potential for blockchain in capital markets, proponents say.
    Source Read more Michael del Castillo
  • Revolut partners with P2P lender to offer customers cut-price instant credit, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Finextra Research Payments channel :: RSS
    Revolut has today announced a partnership with peer-to-peer (P2P) loan firm Lending Works to provide... Read more
  • Revolut partners with P2P lender to offer customers cut-price instant credit, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Finextra Research Online banking channel :: RSS
    Revolut has today announced a partnership with peer-to-peer (P2P) loan firm Lending Works to provide... Read more
  • Can Bitcoin Be Stopped?, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    In a classic case of bad news being dumped on a Friday night, last week the sorta fake sorta real money Bitcoin lost about 20 percent of its value ... Read more
  • Despite its flaws, I think we should be grateful for what we have., par /u/Anderol, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
  • Bitcoin: The Winklevoss Twins Cannot Catch A Break, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    On Friday, March 10, Bitcoin rose to the highest price in history when the cryptocurrency hit $1,285.74 against the U.S. dollar. Bitcoin trading was born ... Read more
  • Re: CSGO->BTC Exchange Website, 14 March 2017

    Tuesday 14 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Still searching for this

    Added you on Skype, waiting for more details! Read more
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