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Top Cryptocurrencies Mostly in the Red, Bitcoin Falls Below $3,900 Again

Sunday, Dec. 30 — most of the top 20 cryptocurrencies are seeing discreet losses while a few report discreet gains. Bitcoin’s (BTC) price is under $3,900 again, according to Coin360 data. Market visualization from Coin360 At press time,…
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Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC Steady, RBI Might Legalize Cryptocurrencies

Latest Bitcoin News Even if there are regulatory questions about the legitimacy of digital assets and other blockchain derivatives as cryptocurrencies, these solutions are finding use cases. Bitcoin is especially an innovation borne out of…
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New Indian Governmental Committee Favors Legalizing Cryptocurrencies, Media Reports

A governmental committee in India has reportedly suggested that cryptocurrencies be legalized in the country, English-language local media TheNewIndianExpress (TNIE) reported on Dec. 26. According to the article, an unnamed senior official…
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Cryptocurrency Prices Hold Steady, Could Be More Losses Ahead

After a day of relatively large gains, the overall cryptocurrency markets has held steady and have not yet surrendered their recent gains to the bears. Despite its apparent stability at its current price levels, there could be further losses…
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Ex-Fed Chair Yellen Rants Against Bitcoin: “I Am Not a Fan”

Janet Yellen, former Chair of the Federal Reserve, shared her dislike of Bitcoin in a five-minute speech at CFA Montreal. The ex-central banker mentioned its little transactional volume, connection to terrorist activities as well as money laundering,…
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Minting the Future of Cryptocurrencies

In 2009, Bitcoin was ushered in as an alternative to fiat currency, promising to revolutionize the future of peer-to-peer spending. Since then, it has spawned scores of other cryptocurrencies with various value propositions and potential. The…
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US Congressman to Introduce Bills Supporting Blockchain Technology, Cryptocurrencies

U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer (R-MN) is planning to introduce three bills to support blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, according to a press release published September 21. The three upcoming bills are entitled the “Resolution Supporting Digital…
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Japan Has No Plans to Curb Crypto, Seeks Further Growth

Japan’s positive stance on cryptocurrencies just got reaffirmed. “We have no intention to curb (the crypto industry) excessively,” said Toshihide Endo, the commissioner of Financial Services Agency (FSA), Japan’s top financial regulator. No…
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Money or Assets? How World Governments Define Cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies — what are they? Money? Commodities? Securities? Utility tokens? Or something else? Few national governments seem to be in any kind of agreement on this question, and for now, at least, their divisions have given such currencies…
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Government of India to Recognize Crypto as a Payment Method, Experts Optimistic

Cryptocurrencies have found an unlikely ally in their quest to become legalized in India, following intense legal battles between companies, consumers, and the Reserve Bank of India. The recommendation to legalize crypto comes from the law commission…