Crypto Space News 11 and 12 November 2018

Daily Bitcoin and Altcoin News

 

 


Blockchain Healthcare Platform MediBloc Partners with Massachusetts General Hospital

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Ethereum Token BAT Crashes Nearly 20% after Coinbase.com Listing

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Bitcoin Bomber: Disgruntled Swede Jailed for Mailing Bomb to London Crypto Firm

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Setting new records: $62 million of Litecoin (LTC) moved for less than $0.50

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Bitcoin Analysis: Market Rejects Bulls as Downside Correction Extends

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IMF Chief: Crypto Should Not Be Dismissed, Can Benefit the Public With ‘Fast and Cheaper’ Transactions


Hate Pays: Neo-Nazi Site Daily Stormer Has Raised Surprising Amount of Bitcoin

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Bitcoin ETF Could Attract Billions in New Investment: VanEck

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Square’s Bitcoin Revenue is Exploding


Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Advocates for More Cryptocurrency Regulations

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BBVA and Co-Lenders Complete $150 Million Syndicated Loan on a Blockchain

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Bitmain Releases Antminer S15: How it Stacks Up Against Competitors

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Crypto Market Recovers From Pullback But Bitcoin Momentum is Weak

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Interview: Power Ledger’s Jemma Green on Using Blockchain to ‘Power the World’

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How to Prepare for Next Week’s Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork

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Malware Not Found: How Cryptojackers Use Sophisticated Methods to Avoid Detection

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Absurd: Investors Can Only Trade Venezuelan Petro to Crypto if Bought in 2018

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Swedish Man Sends Bomb To Cryptopay Over Lost Password


Ukraine Confirms Intentions to Legalize Cryptocurrency


Distributed Ledger Tech (DLT) can Automate Regulation: CFTC Chairman

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Study Finds ‘Promising’ Crypto Workarounds to Europe’s GDPR Regulation

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20% of the British Population See Bitcoin as an Inevitability

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BitPay Sides with Bitcoin ABC in Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork

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$20 Trillion US Debt Will Inevitably Lead to Big Crypto Boom: Prominent Investors


Samsung stores in the Baltic States announced they will be accepting seven different cryptocurrencies.

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