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https://news.bitcoin.com Daily Bitcoin News Sat, 25 Nov 2017 15:25:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.3 https://news.bitcoin.com/markets-update-bitcoin-bulls-push-the-price-above-8600/ https://news.bitcoin.com/markets-update-bitcoin-bulls-push-the-price-above-8600/#comments Sat, 25 Nov 2017 15:25:28 +0000

Markets Update: Bitcoin Bulls Push the Price Above $8600


Markets Update: Bitcoin Bulls Push the Price Above $8600The price of bitcoin (BTC/XBT) has spiked once again, reaching a new all-time high of $8,649 per BTC across global exchanges. A few days ago the price dipped below the $8K range, but subsequently rebounded to the $8200 region holding some stability. Now on November 25, markets have kicked into high gear pushing bitcoin’s value […]

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The price of bitcoin (BTC/XBT) has spiked once again, reaching a new all-time high of $8,649 per BTC across global exchanges. A few days ago the price dipped below the $8K range, but subsequently rebounded to the $8200 region holding some stability. Now on November 25, markets have kicked into high gear pushing bitcoin’s value to new heights.

Also read: The Curious Case of the New ‘Dragonmint Bitcoin Miner’

Bitcoin’s Price Touches a High of $8,649 Across Exchanges

Bitcoin is at it again surpassing all new price highs across global exchanges. BTC prices are hovering between $8,540-8,600 at 9:30 am EDT. At the moment bitcoin trade volume is roaring, as trading platforms are swapping roughly $4.4B USD worth of BTC over the past 24-hours. During the early hours of November 25, the price started climbing above the $8300 territory but didn’t stop there. The Japanese yen is still the dominating currency by volume, at the moment, followed by the U.S. dollar and South Korean won trailing behind. The top five exchanges trading the most volume this weekend include Bitfinex, Bithumb, Poloniex, Hitbtc, and GDAX. Although, bitcoin dominance is around 52 percent of the aggregated total of all cryptocurrencies, and this is due to a few altcoins gaining steam as well.

Markets Update: Bitcoin Bulls Push the Price Above $8600
The Japanese yen dominates BTC volume by currency by 57 percent. Interestingly Tether USDT is #5 in global volume.

Technical Indicators

Charts look bullish, and buyers are in charge of bitcoin markets right now. While looking at the two moving averages, the 100 Simple Moving Average (SMA) and long-term 200 SMA are touching at the moment. The two trendlines converged when BTC prices dropped, but now a spread is about to take place, with the 100 SMA rising above the 200 SMA. This indicates the path to the upside is still in the cards. Stochastic is reversing northbound, showing market optimism is also in the air, and the RSI is following the oscillator’s path. Using Fibonacci retracement (golden ratio) at 61.8 percent shows bitcoin prices could reach $9150 in the near future. However, order books show some heavy resistance in the $9K region and we’ll likely see some sell-off at this point.

Markets Update: Bitcoin Bulls Push the Price Above $8600
The price per BTC reached an all-time high of $8,649 across global exchanges on Saturday, November 25, 2017.

Digital Assets Markets In General

Markets Update: Bitcoin Bulls Push the Price Above $8600Cryptocurrency markets, in general, are also doing very well as many other digital assets are reaching new price peaks. Ethereum (ETH) is getting close to testing $500 support but is currently averaging $470 per ETH on November 25. The digital asset bitcoin cash (BCH) has also had an excellent week as South Korean markets pushed the price above the $1,700 territory this week. At the moment BCH markets are down 3 percent, with a price of $1,600 per token across global exchanges. The currency ripple (XRP) is up 3 percent today as one XRP is roughly $0.24. Lastly, dash has pushed litecoin out of the top five position reaching an all-time high of $620 as dash markets are up 10 percent. Litecoin (LTC) is up however by 11 percent and is $83 per LTC at press time.

The Verdict

Overall, market participants are very pleased with the price actions as most crypto-markets are in the green. The general market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is steadily approaching the $300B USD mark, and could reach that point this week. Every digital asset is swapping over $12B in global trade volume every day, and this metric continues to rise.

Bear Scenario: Some bearish market sentiment could lead to BTC prices we saw yesterday in the $8,200 region. There’s small amounts of support in the $8,400 zone and  $8,200 zone, and it would take a decent correction to plunge below the $8K region. If that happened to come to fruition expect some more decent foundations within the $7,900 territory.

Bull Scenario: Buyers own the market right now, and bulls are on a stampede. Traders need to break past the $8,700-8,800 region before they get closer to the $9K spot. There will be some solid resistance from the current vantage point on up. Prices could exceed $9K, and some Fib-retracement shows a top around $9150 for now.

Where do you see the price of bitcoin going from here? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Disclaimer: Bitcoin price articles and markets updates are intended for informational purposes only and should not to be considered as trading advice. Neither Bitcoin.com nor the author is responsible for any losses or gains, as the ultimate decision to conduct a trade is made by the reader. Always remember that only those in possession of the private keys are in control of the “money.”


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Bitcoin Cash Community Creates Grassroots Funding Initiative


Bitcoin Cash Community Creates Grassroots Funding InitiativeJust recently a fundraiser was initiated by a long-time bitcoiner, Paul Wasensteiner, who is very passionate about spreading the benefits of the decentralized cryptocurrency bitcoin cash (BCH). Wasensteiner and others plan to launch a Bitcoin Cash Fund Initiative in hopes to drive progress forward and expand adoption. Also read: The Curious Case of the New ‘Dragonmint […]

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Just recently a fundraiser was initiated by a long-time bitcoiner, Paul Wasensteiner, who is very passionate about spreading the benefits of the decentralized cryptocurrency bitcoin cash (BCH). Wasensteiner and others plan to launch a Bitcoin Cash Fund Initiative in hopes to drive progress forward and expand adoption.

Also read: The Curious Case of the New ‘Dragonmint Bitcoin Miner’   

Introducing the Bitcoin Cash Fund Initiative

Bitcoin Cash Community Creates Grassroots Funding InitiativeA new BCH funding initiative is in the making, which plans to help market the four-month-old cryptocurrency. Initial plans for the nonprofit, Bitcoin Cash Fund Initiative, will use donation proceeds towards BCH websites, faucets, flyers, and both physical and virtual learning materials. The organizers of the marketing initiative include Paul Wasensteiner, Fitz Michael, and Haipo Yang, the founder of Viabtc. The organization explains that its first steps will be completing a bitcoin cash video and leaflet project alongside constructing the Bitcoin Cash Fund Initiative website to form the nonprofits’ online presence.

Wasensteiner created a crowdfunding plan through Thunderclap, and the team has met 162% of its supported goal. The Thunderclap page states;

The Bitcoin Cash Fund is a non-profit organization, with the mission of distributing funds donated by individuals and sponsors to quality projects that can expand awareness of Bitcoin Cash.

Bitcoin Cash Community Creates Grassroots Funding Initiative     Creating the Nonprofit’s Governance System

Bitcoin Cash Community Creates Grassroots Funding Initiative
Paul Wasensteiner.

Wasensteiner and fellow collaborators have also revealed how the Bitcoin Cash Fund Initiative would work by describing the vision on the blogging site, Yours Network. The fund’s creator says that after he started the Thunderclap page, donations were far larger than expected and he knew there was a need for the fund to employ a governance system. The initiative will operate a board of three members who hold keys to a 2-of-3 multi-signature wallet.

“All board positions would last one year (suggested), and would be opened to a vote after the term,” explains Wasensteiner. “The exact details of this voting mechanism will be hashed out in the coming weeks.”

This governance system is efficient, as I would be able to make leadership decisions effectively, but provides fail-safes to make sure that member (A) does not hold ultimate power over the fund.

A Big Thank You to BCH Supporters

So far, the bitcoin cash community seems excited about this fund and the initiative has received an overwhelming response as far as donations. For now, the team can be found at the Bitcoin Cash Slack Channel for more information about the initiative, and for pitching ideas to the board members. Further, the team is looking for volunteers and people who would like to donate time towards spreading bitcoin cash awareness.  

Wasensteiner concludes the first Bitcoin Cash Fund Initiative update by stating, “I’d like to say a big thank you to the bitcoin cash community! It really feels like the early days of bitcoin again when everyone was positive and working towards the future.”

What do you think about the Bitcoin Cash Fund Initiative? Let us know in the comments below.


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Swiss National Bank Chairman on Crypto: “Central Banks Are Working on This Very Intensively”


Swiss National Bank Chairman on Crypto: "Central Banks Are Working on This Very Intensively"International bankers are daily confronted with an eight hundred pound gorilla hogging every conversation, bitcoin. Sberbank’s Herman Gref is begrudgingly accepting of cryptocurrencies in a region openly hostile; Deutsche Bank is dismissive, UBS is cautious, Swiss National Bank is worried, and the European Central Bank views bitcoin as not impactful. Whatever their statements, they’re no longer claiming ignorance.  Also […]

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International bankers are daily confronted with an eight hundred pound gorilla hogging every conversation, bitcoin. Sberbank’s Herman Gref is begrudgingly accepting of cryptocurrencies in a region openly hostile; Deutsche Bank is dismissive, UBS is cautious, Swiss National Bank is worried, and the European Central Bank views bitcoin as not impactful. Whatever their statements, they’re no longer claiming ignorance. 

Also read: Sberbank Apologizes for Buying Nearly All Graphics Cards on the Russian Market

Swiss National Bank Chairman on Crypto: "Central Banks Are Working on This Very Intensively"

Bankers’ Heavy Sigh

“Virtual currencies,” Russian banker Herman Gref of Sberbank began, “are a natural outcome of blockchain technology. We may ban them, we may welcome them. It is trendy to urge people not to play with them. But they are a fact of our life.”

Russia as a financial governing region has been unusually hostile to cryptocurrencies, going so far as to propose projects of state-backed cryptos as a strike to tame enthusiasm.

Mr. Gref continued, “Protectionism is just the first reaction of the state. However, both the institution of private money and the states, which will dare to change the way currency is issued, will eventually find a place for cryptocurrencies in the economy,” he said, marking an exceptionally philosophical outlook for some in his position from any region.

International Bankers Realize Bitcoin is "a Fact of Our Life"
Herman Gref

Sberbank is state-owned, and is the largest bank in Russia, third biggest in Europe though based in Moscow.

Russia Today characterized Mr. Gref’s remarks as advising “not to ban it. The banker added that blockchain is a gigantic opportunity for businesses, including small enterprises.”

Not Recommended

Deutsche Bank’s Ulrich Stephan was a bit more skeptical, saying, he “would simply not recommend this to the everyday investor.” Bitcoin is too volatile, he warned. Deutsche Bank, based in Germany, ranks as the 16th largest in the world.

His comments match those of UBS’s Axel Weber, who said, “At this point, I‘m very cautious about bitcoin as an entity.”

International Bankers Realize Bitcoin is "a Fact of Our Life"
Ulrich Stephan

European colleagues in Sweden are attempting a less-cynical attempt to head off crypto’s growing popularity, introducing a central bank-backed “e-krona.” It “would have the potential to counteract some of the problems that could arise on the payment market in the future,” stated Riksbank.

Many Unsolved Questions

“Central banks are working on this [the issue of crypto currencies] very intensively,” Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan explained. “It is important to say it is not question of technology, but a question of who has access to central bank money and in what form. There are up to now many unsolved questions,” he warned.

Central banking seems to be on the mind of most Euro bankers when it comes to bitcoin.

No less than Mario Draghi of the European Central Bank dismissed the decentralized currency altogether, and speaking for the economic zone he said, “We think that all this is pretty limited. So it’s not yet something that could constitute a risk for central banks.” Perhaps the key phrase is “not yet.”

International Bankers Realize Bitcoin is "a Fact of Our Life"
Mario Draghi

When added together, prominent bankers’ positions on bitcoin is best summed up by France’s BNP Paribas, ranked 8th in the world. “The potential threat to central bank seigniorage [the profit a government makes from issuing currency], worries about money laundering, financial stability, tax avoidance and crime, all make regulatory moves elsewhere possible,” the bank said.

The French bank agrees crypto’s potential threat will be slowed by what most bitcoiners believe to be its greatest asset, the lack of a central bank.

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PR: Storiqa Is Starting to Expand New Trend in E-Commerce Worldwide


Storiqa E-CommerceStoriqa is starting to expand new trend in e-commerce worldwide. The most interesting things are only beginning 28 of November is a special day, which most probably will change the world of digital commerce. This day ICO Storiqa launches. It will last till the 28 of December, so there are 30 days till the finish line. The pre-ICO has been already finished and it was successful – the project reached already 4 425 ETH and the budget now is $1 500 000. It was the obvious win of Pre-ICO.

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Storiqa is starting to expand new trend in e-commerce worldwide. The most interesting things are only beginning 28 of November is a special day, which most probably will change the world of digital commerce. This day ICO Storiqa launches. It will last till the 28 of December, so there are 30 days till the finish line. The pre-ICO has been already finished and it was successful – the project reached already 4 425 ETH and the budget now is $1 500 000. It was the obvious win of Pre-ICO.

Ruslan Tugushev is the founder of Storiqa project, he is known as an entrepreneur and co-founder of first crowdfunding platform in Russia – Boomstarter. It was one of his successful startups and it helped him a lot to understand all the issues of the modern digital market. This understanding and experience since 2012 led him to launch the new project – Storiqa.

Storiqa aims to provide the ways of digital trading and destroy all the borders between buyers and sellers. The main idea is the creation of the marketplace, supporting cryptocurrency and smart-contracts. Due to using of blockchain technology, Storiqa has the lowest transaction and business costs. It also helps to make purchasing processes simplest in the world.

While most of the traditional platforms for online shops require special skills in programming, Storiqa has a simple user-friendly interface, allowing every manufacturer to enter the global market in the fastest way. Don’t need to spend a lot of money and involve a lot of resources just to create the online store. If in past the digital trading was not for the individual players, nowadays one does not have to be a team player and hire the staff to enter the global digital market and start to trade with people worldwide.

Storiqa has all the tools, necessary for successful trading within the digital space. The producer can set up the e-shop within 60 minutes and enter the global market. Here he or she will be able to communicate with customers directly, monitor and collect data about their activity, preferences, and tastes to optimize a store according to the customer needs.

“We are often compared with famous e-commerce platforms and hear that there is no difference between us and other marketplaces. But let me clarify that Storiqa is aimed to help small-scale producer to go global without barriers and with cheaper commission. Multicurrency wallet is not the only competitive advantage. We offer support 24/7 in 8 languages, affiliate marketing solutions, goods localizations, transparent review system which guarantees fair trade.” – stated CEO Ruslan Tugushev. “No one in e-commerce offer collaboration with traffic owners. We attract bloggers who help to increase sales through products review and also are able to earn with referral system. Win-win case, isn’t it?”

Another thing, making Storiqa convenient for both the buyers and sellers, are STQ tokens, specially issued by the platform. Each user can buy with it the real goods from all over the world. Storiqa is a multicurrency platform, which means that everyone can use a different type of currency (both fiat and digital) for buying the products. Storiqa has the system, allowing the fast and easy currency exchange.

STQ tokens are issued according to the Ethereum standards and can be easily exchanged to any digital or fiat currency. The bigger community is, the higher the token’s cost and it will continue increasing. Unlike other currencies, the token has a much lowest commission and higher cashback, so for buyers it always more beneficial to buy the items with STQ.

To find out more about Storiqa, please check out the company’s whitepaper at https://ico.storiqa.com/static/docs/ICO-white-paper-EN.pdf

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Chinese Economist Liu Discusses Prospects of BTC, BCH and ETH


Chinese Economist Discusses Prospects of BTC, BCH and ETHThis week Liu Changyong, dubbed the ‘BCH think tank’ by the bitcoin gold (BTG) creator, Jack Liao, started a Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Ask Me Anything (AMA) thread at 8btc forum to explain why he thought Bitcoin’s (BTC) roadmap is wrong, and why he switched to support BCH. Mr. Liu holds a PhD in economics from Peking […]

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This week Liu Changyong, dubbed the ‘BCH think tank’ by the bitcoin gold (BTG) creator, Jack Liao, started a Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Ask Me Anything (AMA) thread at 8btc forum to explain why he thought Bitcoin’s (BTC) roadmap is wrong, and why he switched to support BCH. Mr. Liu holds a PhD in economics from Peking University. He started studying bitcoin’s economic problems in 2013, and is a top ten writer at the 8btc forum. The AMA has brought together average cryptocurrency users with Jack Liao and Jiang Zhuoer to discuss the prospects of both BTC and BCH. Let’s take a glimpse of Mr. Liu’s answers to all the questions.

Also Read: Bitcoin Cash Sees Significant Support and Adoption Over Four Months

Hard Forks: Are They Dangerous?

8btc Forum Question (Q): First, please tell us your BTC and BCH positions. Second, don’t you think there is a reason that core is reluctant to increase the 1M limit? You big blockers are so stupid that you always ask why not scale, but never realize that scaling is much more complex than you have imagined.

Chinese Economist Discusses Prospects of BTC, BCH and ETHLiu Changyong (LC): I am all-in on BCH. And in response to your second question, I think you are brainwashed by Core. The creation of BCH has shown that hard forks are not dangerous and Core are liars.

Q: Hello, Mr.Liu. My question is if some guy owns both hashing power and code, can he make personal gains by adjusting difficulty algorithm?

LC: I honestly don’t think mining centralization is a big problem. No one wishes the bitcoin ecosystem to sustain more than those with great hashing power. The roadmap of Core threatens the PoW mechanism and the bitcoin economy, which would damage the interests of Bitmain greatly. This is why Bitmain firmly supports hard forks, and I am grateful that Bitmain supports BCH when 2X fell apart.

Second, though the development of BCH mainly depends on Bitcoin ABC, developers of XT, BU, Classic, RSK, Yours.org are also actively and successfully involved in discussing its roadmap. For example, Bitpay proposed to adopt a new BCH address format before the ABC team. And later Bitcoin ABC developer Amaury Séchet proposed to add a Bech32 address format to the BCH network. I believe that as long as BCH meets the market demand, more users and technicians will care and join the BCH team.

Are Infinite Hard Forks and the EDA Mechanism Ethical?

Q: Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Diamond, Super Bitcoin and other “forked-coins” have appeared one after another since BCH came out. How do you see this phenomenon of “infinite fork offerings?” Do you think BCH has opened the Pandora’s Box and will strike a death blow to bitcoin?

LC: Everyone in the community is free to fork bitcoin. If you feel the current version is not good, learn to code and have your own version of bitcoin. Hard forks are not scary, but forked coins with no user support will go to zero. And forked coins with pre-mine are definitely unethical and unacceptable.

Chinese Economist Discusses Prospects of BTC, BCH and ETH
BTG creator Jack Liao questions BCH’s block time.

Jack Liao (JL): If you think pre-mine is unethical, then don’t you think BCH’s EDA mechanism is also unethical? Don’t you think it was designed to help Bitmain manipulate BCH?

LC: BCH implemented the survival mechanism EDA “by adjusting difficulty downward if it has only a small proportion of the hashrate”, which has caused wild fluctuations in hashrate. The mechanism made miners jump from BTC to BCH when it’s more profitable and move back when rewards are lower.

This is obviously the result of a design deficiency. But BCH opponents slandered that Bitmain purposely designed EDA to manipulate mining. In fact BTC.top, Viabtc and Hong Kong Hostel choose to mine BCH when it’s profitable to mine BTC and vise versa. They sacrificed their own interests to maintain the stability of the BCH network.

But this is not a permanent solution. To address the issue, the BCH community planned for the November 13 Hard Fork upgrade to stabilize the problematic difficulty adjustment algorithm. Now with the new fork, more blocks are between 10 to 20 minutes apart. It seems things are looking solid now.

Why Choose BCH After BU Failed?

Q: First BU, then Segwit2x, and now BCH. I think you, Jiang Zhuoer and other big blockers have no principles. And what exactly is the roadmap of BCH? Why do you think it is better than BU?

LC: Sorry that you feel I have no principles. I only believe in my reasoning and logic. I supported Core and opposed CSW and Chinese miners before July, 2016. After that, I did my research and analysis and realized that the roadmap of Core will lead bitcoin to a settlement system for bankers instead of a global currency.

Core sticks to a roadmap designed by Blockstream and ignores user feedback. But BCH is market-oriented that cares about user experience. It doesn’t have a specific or a strict roadmap. It considers all technical features such as smart contracts and lightning networks. In a word,

BCH is a market-oriented currency. BTC is a Core-dominated elite-only coin.

Q: BCH is hugely inflated. It seems that some guy with spare money tries to pump it once in a while to steal hashrate. Do you agree that BCH price and hashrate are manipulated by some guy?

LC: As to price fluctuations, the main factor is that very few people really understand the significance and possible future of BCH. It takes time for the BCH team to enhance user experience and develop payment applications. When more users realize the value of BCH and their expectations for BCH grow, the price will rise. But the volatility will be wild, just like bitcoin in 2011-2014.

BCH Is BTC? Are You Serious This Time?

Bitcoin Cash AMA Thread Discusses Prospects of BTC, BCH and ETH
BTC.TOP Jiang Zhuoer thinks the big block coin BCH is ‘bitcoin.’

Q: The BCH supporters agreed not to steal BTC’s brand, why did they back out? Do you think BCH is BTC?

Jiang Zhuoer (JZ): BCH is the big block coin that sticks to Satoshi’s whitepaper. It is the real BITCOIN.

LC: I believe BCH is BTC from the very beginning, but the BCH community was initially pessimistic and only wanted to be a substitute in case the SW chain would suffer disastrous problems.

Now BCH has survived and gets more support from exchanges, wallets, and users. The BCH community has gained confidence that BCH could stand out to be the real bitcoin.

Q: Even if Bitcoin were dethroned, BCH may not hold up the faith users have on BTC.

LC: The birth and development of BTC rely mainly on faith when there is no market for it. Once it becomes an investment, it’s completely a different story. Let’s be clear:

Bitcoin Cash now relies on market, not faith.

Q: The upgrade was proposed by Bitcoin ABC team and some BCH developers are not happy that their proposals got rejected. Do you think this decision-making is scientific and rational? How can future decision making be efficient and not dictatorial?

LC: There are three schemes for the upgrade. The development team ultimately chose their own proposal, causing some complaints from other teams. The BCH community is cautious about it and will discuss how to prevent centralized decision-making.

Q: What if Core decides to scale on the original chain? Will it be a threat to BCH?

LC: If Core hard forked BTC, it would be a huge threat to BCH. But if it can be done, would it have been done by Core already? Core has their own interests and philosophy that give no promise for hard forks. In addition, if they hard-forked, it would be a slap in their face. It would be like admitting SW is dangerous.

If Rootstock RSK Were Implemented, Which Will Be More Competitive, ETH or BCH?

Q: Should BCH add RSK? Are there any technical obstacles?

LC: The BCH community and the development team welcome new technical features such as RSK and smart contracts. I don’t know the exact technical details, but the capacity limit of bitcoin cash makes it possible to add other features.

Q: Do you think ETH is a centralized currency? If Vitalik chose to leave the community, will it stop being centralized? Do you think ETH can surpass bitcoin? And why?

I think Vitalik has a large say in the ETH community, especially when it needs to change consensus rules or start a hard fork. It’s efficient to reach consensus, but big enterprises will not trust such a proven centralized censorable platform. ETH and BCH are fundamentally different. BCH aims to become a global currency that requires a fixed supply and an usable and secure structure while ETH is more flexible in order to serve more applications. ETH will not surpass bitcoin. They each have their own goals and market.

Q: Next month, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Group plans to launch Bitcoin futures. If everything works out, how will it impact BTC and BCH? I guess large sums of investments and capital will flow into CORE’s BTC, right?

LC: Good news like this will certainly have a positive impact on BTC. Large funds will flow to pump bitcoin as it already happened. However, we must be cautious. When BTC futures are launched, big whales might make a killing by dumping BTC.

Do you think there might be a dump when BTC futures are launched? Let us know in the comments section below.


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Major Korean Bank to Launch Cryptocurrency Custody Service


Major Korean Bank Launches Cryptocurrency Custody ServiceCryptocurrency custody services are all the rage right now, with Coinbase recently launching its own offering for institutional investors. Next it will be the turn of South Koreans to lock down their digital assets thanks to the invervention of Shinhan Bank. As one of the country’s largest financial institutions, Shinhan Bank’s foray into the fray […]

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Cryptocurrency custody services are all the rage right now, with Coinbase recently launching its own offering for institutional investors. Next it will be the turn of South Koreans to lock down their digital assets thanks to the invervention of Shinhan Bank. As one of the country’s largest financial institutions, Shinhan Bank’s foray into the fray is further evidence of mainstream bitcoin adoption in South Korea. It’s also good news for customers who want to invest in cryptocurrency but don’t relish the responsibility of looking after it. 

Also read: Japanese Publicly Listed Companies Launch Cryptocurrency Exchanges in South Korea

Korea’s First Ever Bank Wants Your Bitcoin

Since its inception in 1897, then under the name of Hanseong Bank, Korea’s Shinhan Bank has grown to become a behemoth. In 2016 it reported total assets of US $192 billion and over 13,000 employees. As the country’s Naver website reports, Shinhan Bank is poised to open its vault to cryptocurrency holders, who are invited to trial Banknote, its new virtual money deposit service.

Major Korean Bank to Launch Cryptocurrency Custody ServiceThe bank began work on the service earlier this year, and the project will soon be ready to launch. Its aim is to provide a deposit service for ‘virtual money’ – i.e bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies – that combines the benefits of digital currency with the security of a traditional bank. While many experienced bitcoiners prefer to hold onto their private keys, in the knowledge that no third party can access their wallet, not everyone feels the same way.

Zero Fee Storage

To entice customers into signing up for the service, Shinhan Bank is offering zero fees for deposits and storage initially, followed by a small fee upon withdrawal. The bank is setting up a test server to demonstrate how the service will work before rolling out a full release complete with a mobile app that will contain a dashboard for viewing stats and deposit information. With 30,000 customers of Korea’s major Bithumb exchange having their personal details leaked in June, there’s certainly an appetite for an alternative means of storing digital assets.

Major Korean Bank Launches Cryptocurrency Custody ServiceFor bitcoin holders who don’t want the responsibility of storing keys, for fear they may lose or misplace them (or even be held to ransom for them) a custody service – especially one backed by a robust financial institution – seems a safe bet. The irony of such services springing up, of course, is that it provides further evidence of bitcoin being embraced by the banking sector it was meant to supplant.

In bitcoin’s genesis block, mined by Satoshi in 2009, the following Times headline was famously included: “Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks”. Bitcoin arguably started out as a bank killer. Now it’s turning into a bank booster.

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Regulatory Round-Up: South Korea Says Laissez Faire, Zimbabwe Dislikes and Singapore to Regulate


Regulatory Round-Up: South Korea Says Laissez Faire, Zimbabwe Dislikes and Singapore to RegulateSouth Korea’s Financial Supervisory Service has stated that it won’t regulate the digital token markets due to cryptocurrencies not comprising a legally recognized financial instrument. In central bank news, Zimbabwe’s central bank has stated that bitcoin is not legal, and Singapore’s central bank has launched the second public consultation for its newly proposed payments legislation. […]

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South Korea’s Financial Supervisory Service has stated that it won’t regulate the digital token markets due to cryptocurrencies not comprising a legally recognized financial instrument. In central bank news, Zimbabwe’s central bank has stated that bitcoin is not legal, and Singapore’s central bank has launched the second public consultation for its newly proposed payments legislation. Here’s a regulator round-up.

Also Read: President of Belarus Expected to Sign Decree to Legalize Cryptocurrencies

South Korea’s Financial Regulator Does Not Plan on Regulating Cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin Regulator Round-Up: Hands off, Not Legal, Needs Streamlining The Governor of South Korea’s Financial Supervisory Service (FSS), Mr. Choe Hueng-sik, has indicated that the FSS does not consider bitcoin and other digital tokens to comprise legitimate currency, and as such, will not regulate the cryptocurrency markets.

The governor likened the FSS’s stance to its regulatory position regarding casinos, stating “It is the same with the fact that we don’t regulate or supervise casinos. Though there could be concerns on excessive gambling, that does not provide grounds for the FSS to control casino practices.”

The governor indicated that the FSS’s position would change only if cryptocurrencies were to become a legitimately recognized currency, stating “Though we are monitoring the practice of cryptocurrency trading, we don’t have plans right now to directly supervise exchanges. Supervision will come only after the legal recognition of digital tokens as a legitimate currency.”

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe States Bitcoin “Is Not Actually Legal”

Bitcoin Regulator Round-Up: Hands off, Not Legal, Needs Streamlining Norman Mataruka, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s (RBZ) director and registrar of banking institutions, has told reporters that bitcoin is not legal. Mr. Mataruka stated:

“In terms of the bitcoin, as far as we are concerned, it is not actually legal. In Southern Africa, what we have done as regulators, we have said that we will not allow this in our markets… Research is currently being undertaken to ascertain the challenges and risks associated with these particular products and until we have actually established and come up with a legal and regulatory framework for them, it will not be allowed.”

The announcement comes shortly after the resignation of Robert Mugabe, following a coup that ousted Zimbabwe’s former leader of 37 years. In recent months, increasing coverage has been given to the inflated price of bitcoin in the African nation, with high demand for the cryptocurrency being driven by Zimbabwe’s prevailing currency crisis.

Although Mr. Mataruka failed to clarify if he meant that the possession and use of bitcoin was illegal, or simply that bitcoin does not comprise a legally recognized currency in the state of Zimbabwe, it is unlikely that the RBZ can spare the resources required to attempt to uphold prohibitive cryptocurrency regulations given Zimbabwe’s current political turmoil.

Singapore’s Central Bank Seeks To “Streamline” Payment Regulations to Include Cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin Regulator Round-Up: Hands off, Not Legal, Needs Streamlining The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), has launched its second public consultation regarding a newly proposed regulatory framework, the “Payment Services Bill”. The bill seeks to “streamline the regulation of payment services under a single legislation,” and “expand the scope of regulated payment activities to include virtual currency services and other innovations, and calibrate regulation according to the risks posed by these activities.” The MAS stated:

“When the new Bill is enacted, payment firms will only need to hold one license under a single regulatory framework to conduct any or all of the specified payment activities. Only payment activities that face customers or merchants, process funds or acquire transactions, and pose relevant regulatory concerns will need to be licensed. The new framework will expand the scope of regulation to include domestic money transfers… merchant acquisition… and the purchase and sale of virtual currencies… To help ensure that the expanded scope of regulation is not onerous, the Bill will differentiate regulatory requirements according to the risks that specific payment activities pose rather than apply a uniform set of regulations on all payment service providers… The Bill will empower MAS to regulate payment services for money-laundering and terrorism financing risks.”

Mr. Ravi Menon, the managing director of the MAS, stated: “We want to put in place a forward-looking regulatory regime to encourage wider adoption of secure e-payment solutions.” The public consultation will run from 21 November 2017 to 8 January 2018.

Do you think that Zimbabwe has the resources to enforce a cryptocurrency ban? What are your thoughts on Singapore’s public consultation, or the FSS’ announcement that it won’t regulate cryptocurrencies at this time? Tell us what you think in the comments section below!


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PR: trade.io Adjusts Market Cap & Trade Token Price Based on the Rise in Ethereum and Demand for Lower Entry Point


trade.io New Token PriceZug, Switzerland, trade.io announces that as a result of community response, the company has decided to take steps to enable greater participation in its highly anticipated ICO. This includes adjusting the entry price per Trade Token to a lower price to allow for broader participation and reflect the rise in Ethereum, which is used for purchase. With the soft cap already achieved during the PRE-ICO, the price reduction lowers the upper level of the fund raise to approximately $135 million. The result of this reduction will be net positive for existing and future Trade Token participants as it will provide existing token holders with a greater amount of additional tokens, and will allow new participants the ability to obtain a larger amount of Trade Tokens. Additionally, the start of the ICO has been revised to December 5th, still concluding on the originally planned date of December 15th, 2017.

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Zug, Switzerland, trade.io announces that as a result of community response, the company has decided to take steps to enable greater participation in its highly anticipated ICO. This includes adjusting the entry price per Trade Token to a lower price to allow for broader participation and reflect the rise in Ethereum, which is used for purchase. With the soft cap already achieved during the PRE-ICO, the price reduction lowers the upper level of the fund raise to approximately $135 million. The result of this reduction will be net positive for existing and future Trade Token participants as it will provide existing token holders with a greater amount of additional tokens, and will allow new participants the ability to obtain a larger amount of Trade Tokens. Additionally, the start of the ICO has been revised to December 5th, still concluding on the originally planned date of December 15th, 2017.

On the changes, CEO, Jim Preissler commented, “One of the primary factors that prompted the price reduction was the ongoing rise in the price of Ethereum. We’ve been selling Trade Token based on the price of Ethereum, and the impact of the increase in its value has priced out many of the participants with a desire to get involved in trade.io. The trade.io community now numbers in the thousands, and we felt it was only fair to lower the entry point to allow greater participation, and still allocate a large amount of Trade Tokens to our loyal followers.”

Preissler continued, “As previously announced, we have surpassed our soft cap of $5M in the first few days of PRE-ICO. The modified market cap, as noted, leaves us with plenty of room to execute upon all original initiatives and milestones. We’re anticipating some major announcements over the next 1-2 weeks and as a result, in order to communicate the updates, we felt it was in the best interest of the community to push back the ICO start date to December 5th. This will allow a more uniform ICO sale of which we are gauging tremendous interest, and will be fair to everyone who wants to get involved.”

As a result of the lowered hard cap, current Trade Token holders will have their current allocation multiplied by a factor of 5 and this change will appear in their Members Area no later than close of business on November 22nd. In addition, Liquidity Pool participation will increase by a factor of 5, which has been outlined in the White Paper.

PRE-ICO price will be modified to 1 ETH = 1,000 Trade Tokens for the remaining 3 days of PRE-ICO starting no later than close of business, November 22nd. Any prior purchases will have the allocation multiplied by a factor of 5, so everyone is treated equally on a pro-rata basis. ICO pricing has been modified to one standard price being 1 ETH = 625 Trade Tokens.

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Bitcoin Exchange Bitstamp Gets Masterpayment, Cuts Fees to 5%


Exchange Bitstamp Gets Masterpayment, Cuts Fees to 5%Second only to Kraken by volume, making it one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, Bitstamp has partnered with Masterpayment, the exchange’s new payment service provider. “Not only does this mean faster and more convenient transactions for our customers,” the exchange explained in a quick press release, “we have also been able to slash our […]

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Second only to Kraken by volume, making it one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, Bitstamp has partnered with Masterpayment, the exchange’s new payment service provider. “Not only does this mean faster and more convenient transactions for our customers,” the exchange explained in a quick press release, “we have also been able to slash our fees to 5%.”

Also read: Bitstamp’s CEO Explains His Decision to List Bitcoin Cash

Top Bitcoin Exchange, Bitstamp, Gets Masterpayment, Cuts Fees to 5%
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Bitstamp Exchange Teams with Masterpayment

In a 22 November 2017 statement from Bitstamp, the company explained its move to a new payment provider: “Masterpayment’s services, which are available in all 4 of our cryptocurrencies and almost 90 countries around the world, will be used to process all of the credit and debit card crypto purchases made on the Bitstamp platform.”

Bitstamp accommodates bitcoin, litecoin, ether and ripple.

The company believes transactions will be faster and cheaper, and fees will be set back to 5 percent.

Top Bitcoin Exchange, Bitstamp, Gets Masterpayment, Cuts Fees to 5%

Based in Luxembourg since 2016, the popular crypto exchange was an early answer to more problematic platforms such as Mt. Gox. It functions comfortably with the over two dozen EU member states as part of the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) scheme, and trades principally in US dollars.

“And besides the usual packages available, all our customers can now also purchase digital currencies in the amount of their choice,” the exchange continued. It also noted: “The enhanced security features offered by 3D secure technology are just another of the many benefits of partnering up with Masterpayment.”

Fees Cut by Nearly Half

Transaction fees will drop, according to Masterpayment, from Bitstamp’s usual 8 percent down to 5. As a payment service provider, Masterpayment details how it brings “the regulatory framework of a renowned bank, which provides added value, including payout options in 14 settlement currencies, as well as corporate accounts via the in-house acquiring bank.”

In summer of last year, Masterpayment was gobbled up by Net1 UEPS Technologies, Inc. with hopes to “accelerate the wider implementation of Masterpayment’s business model across carefully selected markets,” Net1 CEO Serge Belamant said at the time.
Top Bitcoin Exchange, Bitstamp, Gets Masterpayment, Cuts Fees to 5%

Net1 provides alternate payment systems via its proprietary Universal Electronic Payment System (UEPS). UEPS is mostly geared at unbanked populations using biometrics, and is also used in basic identification, healthcare management, voting, remittances, etc. Net1 is a large player in Africa and Asia, and with its acquisition of Masterpayment, Net1 plans on expanding more in Europe. Net1 is listed on the NASDAQ and this is the company’s first engagement with the cryptocurrency market.

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Swissquote Bank Launches Exchange-Traded Bitcoin Certificates


Swissquote Bank Launches Exchange-Traded Bitcoin CertificatesThe firm Swissquote Bank SA has announced the launch of a new cryptocurrency based exchange-traded product called ‘bitcoin certificates.’ The certificates will be Swissquote’s first actively managed fund that’s tethered to digital assets and cash. Also read: Local Japanese Government Considers ICO to Revitalize Region    Swissquote Group Believes Investors of All Profiles Should Have […]

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The firm Swissquote Bank SA has announced the launch of a new cryptocurrency based exchange-traded product called ‘bitcoin certificates.’ The certificates will be Swissquote’s first actively managed fund that’s tethered to digital assets and cash.

Also read: Local Japanese Government Considers ICO to Revitalize Region   

Swissquote Group Believes Investors of All Profiles Should Have Bitcoin Exposure

Swissquote Bank Launches Exchange-Traded Bitcoin Certificates Swissquote Group Holding SA is a firm that was created in 1996 and specializes in financial management and online trading services. The company is headquartered in Switzerland but also has locations in Hong Kong, London, Malta, Dubai, Zurich, and Bern. Swissquote Group’s bitcoin certificates will be traded on the SIX Swiss trading platform alongside the company’s public shares. The exchange-traded certificates will be called, ‘SQXBTQ,’ and the fund will utilize algorithm based machine learning, and a quantitative investment team that claims to continually follow bitcoin price trends.    

“Investors of all profiles should be able to benefit from the boom in digital currencies. This is why we are launching the first dynamically-managed bitcoin certificate listed on the Swiss exchange,” explains the financial management firm.

Limit your risk exposure by investing in the certificate on the SIX Swiss Exchange and benefit from healthy potential gains.

Partnering With Bitstamp and Taming Volatility

Swissquote Bank Launches Exchange-Traded Bitcoin Certificates
Swissquote’s Peter Rosenstreich

The Swiss financial services provider has been interested in cryptocurrencies and what bitcoin has to offer for quite some time. Just recently news.Bitcoin.com reported on Swissquote partnering with the European cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp this past summer. At the time, this move had enabled Swissquote to offer bitcoin exposure to over 200,000 private and institutional investors. The newly launched bitcoin certificate portfolios will be composed of at least 60% bitcoins with the balance left in USD. The banking firm told Bloomberg that it holds the crypto and uses dollars as a volatility buffer. “The exposure is limited to bitcoin and cash, minus a 1.5 percent management fee and trading costs,” Swissquote details.

Swissquote’s head of market strategy Peter Rosenstreich says mainstream investors are very interested in bitcoin, but its price fluctuations scare them away.

“Investors are excited about the cryptocurrency but are unnerved by its volatility,” Rosenstreich notes. “So we tried to build a trading algorithm that’s a protection against downside risks.”

The Swiss Bank Joins the Fleet of Bitcoin Based Financial Products Offered to the Mainstream or Awaiting Regulatory Approval

Swissquote’s bitcoin-based financial product joins the legions of exchange-traded crypto-funds entering the world’s economy. These types of funds and products have been growing popular as their Net Asset Values (NAV) have basically followed bitcoin’s exponential gains. More traditional investment vehicles are planned for bitcoin by a slew of companies planning to create crypto-based exchange-traded funds (ETF) and futures markets.

What do you think about Swissquote’s new bitcoin-based certificates? Let us know in the comments below.

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