Biggest Crypto Hedge Funds and What They Tell About the Market

The total market cap for all cryptocurrencies stands at $293 billion, and while much of this value has been generated by indivi...

19-Year-Old Sentenced to 20 Months for Selling Stolen Data for BTC

Elliot Gunton, aged 19 and of Mounteney Close in Norwich, pleaded guilty to supplying online personal data and hacking services...

Bitcoin Price Fear & Greed Index Back to ‘Extreme Fear’ Dec 2018 Lows

Bitcoin investors are no longer as buoyant as they were three months ago, judging by the latest readings from the Crypto Fear a...

Nvidia Pulls Through Crypto Winter — Quarterly Earnings Rise 16%

Major global chipmaker Nvidia, popular with cryptocurrency miners, has outstripped analysts’ expectations with its latest set o...

QuadrigaCX Users Request Details on How EY Lost 103 Bitcoins

Users of now-defunct Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX are requesting further information concerning the recent loss of 103 Bitcoins (BTC) during the funds’ recovery. An unfortunate loss As Cointelegraph reported in February, one of the Big Four accounting firms — EY (formerly branded as Er...

Bitcoin Price Drop Not Caused by $3B Ponzi BTC Dump

Bitcoin’s (BTC) recent price drop has not been caused by Bitcoin sell-offs from a $3 billion Chinese Ponzi scheme PlusToken, according to researchers at crypto analytics firm TokenAnalyst.  Crypto analytics firm: PlusToken cannot be the cause  As Bloomberg reports on Aug. 15, co-founder of London-based cry...

Court Allows Blockchain.com’s Trademark Lawsuit Against Paymium to Proceed

August 17, 2019
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The New York Federal Court denied the motion to dismiss the ruling in the trademark infringement action by cryptocurrency wallet and exchange operator Blockchain.com against fintech startup Paymium and its CEO Pierre Noizat over the use of domain “blockchain.io”. According to the court documents published ...

100% Crypto-Invested Retirement Portfolios Are Illegal

August 17, 2019
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The Australian Tax Office has issued warning letters to 18,000 Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) for concentrating too much investment in one asset class. Under Australian law it is illegal to use more than 90% of retirement funds on a single class, such as property or cryptocurrency, as reported by local n...
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