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  • Is There Another Tech Bubble?, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    I’ve recently been hearing a lot of questions about whether or not we have another tech bubble. It’s understandable for investors to be worried. After all, we have had two stock market bubbles in the past two decades and people are invariably nervous about the possibility of another bubble. We know about the popularity of [...] Read more
  • Is There Another Tech Bubble?, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Alltop - bitcoin :: RSS
    I’ve recently been hearing a lot of questions about whether or not we have another tech bubble. It’s understandable for investors to be worried. After all, we have had two stock market bubbles in the past two decades and people are invariably nervous about the possibility of another bubble. We know about the popularity of [...] Read more
  • Is There Another Tech Bubble?, par Mark Norton, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS
    I’ve recently been hearing a lot of questions about whether or not we have another tech bubble. It’s understandable for investors to be worried. After all, we have had two stock market bubbles in the past two decades and people are invariably nervous about the possibility of another bubble. We know about the popularity of [...] Read more Mark Norton
  • website for selling bitcoins requirements , 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Hello all,
    I'm going to build automated website selling bitcoin using credit cards like cex.io but without trading platform  and i'm asking for  requirements and what i need to do that i have good capital to start my business .
    also i need cheap source... Read more
  • New Hampshire Exempts Bitcoin and Other Virtual Currency Businesses from Money Transmitter ..., 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    The fact that many involved in the Free State Project were early adopters of Bitcoin—and thus, if they were cold-blooded enough to not sell most of it ... Read more
  • New Hampshire Exempts Bitcoin and Other Virtual Currency Businesses from Money Transmitter Regulation, par Brian Doherty, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin :: RSS

    New Hampshire's governor Chris Sununu (R) signed into law this month a bill that exempts "Persons who engage in the business of selling or issuing payment instruments or stored value solely in the form of convertible virtual currency or receive convertible virtual currency for transmission to another location" from the state's existing regulations on money transmitters. (They shall still be subject to the state's general consumer protection law.)

    According to one of the bill's co-sponsors, and a participant in the Free State Project, Rep. Keith Ammon (R-Hillsborough Dist. 40), their intention is that the law would cover those who exchange virtual currency for U.S. dollars, since that would constitute an act of selling "convertible virtual convertible currency" since under standard definitions, "selling" means "exchanging for dollars."
    Rep. Barbara Biggie (R-Hillsborough Dist. 23), a former Western Union employee and vice chair of the House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee, introduced the bill, which passed the New Hampshire House 185-170, and its Senate 13-10.
    Ammon admits he's a little surprised it went through so smoothly, and credits the fact that in addition to Biggie. Commerce Committee chair John Hunt (R-Cheshire Dist. 11) supported the bill through committee and beyond. Two different members of the relevant Senate committee admitted publicly to being bitcoin owners.
    This new law was necessary, Ammon says, because of some clumsy legislating done previously by a body whose average age is high and tech-savvy is low. That 2015 regulation put cryptocurrency businesses under the thrall of state banking authorities, which Ammon says was not its original intention. That law caused at least one bitcoin company, Poloniex, to stop doing business in the state.
    And since "our governor knows we have a lot of cryptocurrency enthusiasts in the state" his signing it followed naturally, Ammon says. "We certainly don't want to put up a signal that we are hostile to a burgeoning industry. We are having issues retaining our younger workforce here because of lack of high-tech jobs."
    The fact that many involved in the Free State Project were early adopters of Bitcoin—and thus, if they were cold-blooded enough to not sell most of it early, could well be shockingly wealthy now—could have interesting repercussions for New Hampshire business and politics in the future, Ammon thinks, with their newly boosted ability to "start businesses, buy properties, and donate to political campaigns."
    Andrea O'Sullivan, who studies technology policy for the Mercatus Center, says in an email that "the bill is fairly unusual, and a welcome development from the perspective of the cryptocurrency industry."
    "Most states that have introduced legislation," she says, "have done so in a way that would increase regulatory discretion over cryptocurrencies, rather than eliminate cryptocurrency from regs."
    The Coin Center has put together a dense but informative chart on state regulatory actions affecting cryptocurrencies.
    O'Sullivan points out that "states that have not introduced legislation tend to require Bitcoin businesses to follow standard money transmitter regulations. This means that Bitcoin businesses could be required to follow a separate licensing process—with all of the fees, lawyers, and compliance costs that accrue—for dozens of separate states. That adds up!"
    Jerry Brito, who runs Coin Center, praises New Hampshire's law as a surprising "great step in the right direction," but points out that it's not really a national game changer since any virtual currency-related business, even if based in New Hampshire, to deal with citizens of other states would have to deal with those states' "bespoke" laws regarding bitcoin and its brethren.
    Brito is working with the Uniform Law Commission (an advisory body whose Uniform Commercial Code has been adopted by every state) on what he thinks would be a good model law that other states might adopt. Many of the states that have so far not unduly hobbled bitcoin businesses (such as Texas and Illinois) have done so, he notes, via policy, not codified law.
    One of Brito's goals is to get across the idea that people involved in virtual currency actions who aren't acting in a custodial role—never possessing or controlling other people's property—don't need any new regulations at all. He's also working on moving forward a set of federal regulations regarding cryptocurrencies that will pre-empt state attempts to regulate them more harshly. That process is currently embroiled in a lawsuit from the Conference of State Bank Supervisors.
    New Hampshire's Northeast neighbor New York has taken a different tack, surrounding the trading of Bitcoin (the market leader virtual currency) with a web of regulations driving some businesses out of state.
    However Bitcoin-friendly this new New Hampshire law is, last year New Hampshire's legislature declined to pass a bill allowing state taxes to be paid in the digital currency. The state shot itself in the foot slightly with that choice; had it, say, taken in bitcoin for tax bills on January 1 of this year, the U.S. dollar value of that currency would have increased by around 150 180 percent.
    Read more Brian Doherty
  • CreditBit Goes Live on Bittrex, Opens up New Opportunities to Traders, par Gautham, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: newsBTC :: RSS
    The emerging cryptocurrency, CreditBit has managed yet another breakthrough. The cryptocurrency fueling the Credit 2.0 platform is now listed on Bittrex, one of the leading cryptocurrency exchange platforms. The new development was announced by Credit 2.0 on its social media channels. Richie Lai, one of the founders of Bittrex also announced the opening of CreditBit … Continue reading CreditBit Goes Live on Bittrex, Opens up New Opportunities to Traders
    The post CreditBit Goes Live on Bittrex, Opens up New Opportunities to Traders appeared first on NEWSBTC. Read more Gautham
  • Re: the first adult cam-site to do bitcoin payouts to models, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    just a quick update:
    we start to see more and more requests for bitcoin-withdraws. more then we and I expected to see.
      Shocked
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  • Jesus...... man.....!, par /u/Sherlockcoin, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
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  • Convinced my barber to accept Bitcoin, par /u/themetalfriend, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    We know each other for many years, and we share a strong distrust in the Gov, so it was not hard.
    To make it easier, I proposed a deal: he's accepting my coins, but I'll convert them into Euros according to the current rate if he decides to sell.
    It was in January. After the recent doubling of the value of the coins, he's now a convinced hodler:)
    The technical side: we're both using mobile wallets for it (he doesn't have a PC). No payment processors etc, just a direct Bitcoin transaction. As we trust each other, we don't wait for confirmations, and I use the lowest fee allowed by the wallet (currently about $1.5). Still a bit more expensive for me than paying with cash, but I don't care.
    The dude is a 60yo with 6 classes of education.
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  • Morgan Stanley says Bitcoin needs regulation to keep rising, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    NEW YORK: While Morgan Stanley is high on the blockchain technology that underpins bitcoin, analysts at the investment bank are a bit more ... Read more
  • Morgan Stanley Says Bitcoin Needs Regulation to Keep Rising, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    While Morgan Stanley is high on the blockchain technology that underpins bitcoin, analysts at the investment bank are a bit more cautious when it ... Read more
  • How practical is it to live on bitcoin in 2017? We tried it for a week, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: CNBC bitcoin :: RSS
    With all the excitement around bitcoin, we wondered if one person could live off of this virtual currency for week. CNBC decided to put it to the test. Read more
  • How practical is it to live on bitcoin in 2017?, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: CNBC bitcoin :: RSS
    With all the excitement around bitcoin, we wondered if one person could live off of this virtual currency for week. CNBC decided to put it to the test. Read more
  • Is Bitcoin a Good Investment for Retirement?, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Bitcoin has performed extremely well in 2017, up more than 200% year-to-date as I write this. Even more significantly, the digital currency is becoming ... Read more
  • Is Bitcoin a Currency or a Bubble?, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    If you qualify, buy the Bitcoin Investment Trust , which is called the “ETF of Bitcoin” even though the SEC has turned down the Winklevoss' attempt to ... Read more
  • Re: Starting Business using ICO and Tokens, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Hell man I am totally ok with someone stealing my idea. Maybe I would want a couple shares 😋

    But I feel like this might be an Uber situation. You can't wait for the laws to come to you so just do it, call it something else and then when they come to fi... Read more
  • Bitcoin Corrects, Becomes Popular Among Mainstream Investors, par Guest Post, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: ValueWalk » Bitcoin :: RSS
    Bitcoin is now a lot more popular among mainstream investors than it was only a couple days ago. This is perhaps evidenced by the fact that the digital currency made its way to Bloomberg Markets homepage. In the short piece we read:
    Bitcoin rose as much as 5.8 percent to an all-time intraday high of $2,999.98. The virtual currency has tripled its value since the beginning of the year amid greater acceptance of the blockchain technology that underpins the exchange method, global political uncertainty and increased interest in Asia. Skeptics have said that there may be a bubble in the making as bitcoin has repeatedly broken records without showing signs of slowing.

    Interest of mainstream media


    It’s hard to call this in-depth analysis and the note is still buried in the amount of info on the page but the more interesting part than the note itself is that Bitcoin is now in the focus of mainstream media. It is usually characteristic to see such pieces of news right at the tops. Does this mean that the top is in? Not necessarily, however, even if it’s not, current developments in the market point to important outcomes.
    For now, let’s focus on the charts.
    Bitcoin
    On BitStamp, the situation has almost become boring – new high every couple of days. Recall our previous comments:
    Quite importantly, the volume on which the top was made was relatively significant. The volume on which the top was corrected yesterday was less pronounced. The move today (….) has been to the upside but the volume has been relatively weak to mediocre. This makes the short-term picture cloudy.
    Bitcoin has gone up some more since our previous alert was posted but the move was not on huge volume. The cloudiness of the picture remains in place since the currency reached yet another all-time high, just below $3,000 but the move today has been mostly to the downside and on strong volume (this is written around 11:30a.m. ET). Even though all this has “bearish” written all over it, there’s still more to the situation.

    Yet another new all-time high


    Bitcoin
    On the long-term BTC-e chart, we see the move up and its extreme magnitude. The situation is almost as incredible as it has ever been before. Recall our recent comments:
    The situation is now less bearish in terms of the price move, however, it has also become even more extreme than it was a couple of days ago. Right now, Bitcoin is still at $2,700. In terms of the 3-day and one-week RSI Bitcoin is now extremely overbought. The situation now is getting close to the levels where it was in late 2013 at the previous very significant top. Could Bitcoin go further up from here? Yes. As such, we prefer to wait a little bit more before opening hypothetical short positions.
    We’re up from where we were a couple of days ago and the situation is more extreme in terms of the price, and possibly volume, but the move down today has not been enough to turn the situation around and we might still see a rebound to the upside. If this doesn’t materialize soon enough, we might consider shorts without an additional move up. This is not the case yet. Stay tuned!
    Regards,
    Mike McAra
    Bitcoin Trading Strategist
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    The post Bitcoin Corrects, Becomes Popular Among Mainstream Investors appeared first on ValueWalk. Read more Guest Post
  • Blockchain-Based Loans Could Rescue SMEs Without Other Funding Options, par CoinTelegraph By Iyke Aru, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: CoinTelegraph.Com News :: RSS

    With cryptocurrency, for the first time, it is possible to send smallest amounts of money anywhere in the world without fees. Read more CoinTelegraph By Iyke Aru
  • Re: I have an idea.... Need Some Help, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    well it involves mining bitcoin, and i dont know if it would be a brilliant i...
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  • Looking to build a team, Consider Joining, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    As you probably saw in the title I’m looking to assemble an altcoin team and create an altcoin. We’ll split any profits evenly, although I don’t know for sure that we’ll get all that much (this is just a project of mine, I’m not looking to feed a famil... Read more
  • Re: Need investors for start, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    No. 2BTC - 3 BTC is not enough for this type of site.  Cool Read more
  • Now Five Men Own Almost as Much Wealth as Half the World’s Population, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    Last year it was eight men, then down to six, and now almost five. While Americans fixate on Trump, the super-rich are absconding with our wealth, and the plague of inequality continues to grow. An analysis of 2016 data found that the poorest five deciles of the world population own about $410 billion in total [...] Read more
  • Now Five Men Own Almost as Much Wealth as Half the World’s Population, 13 June 2017

    Tuesday 13 June 2017 :: Alltop - bitcoin :: RSS
    Last year it was eight men, then down to six, and now almost five. While Americans fixate on Trump, the super-rich are absconding with our wealth, and the plague of inequality continues to grow. An analysis of 2016 data found that the poorest five deciles of the world population own about $410 billion in total [...] Read more
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