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Bitcoin SURGES above $73,000 ahead of “halving” event in April

March 14, 2024 -

The value of bitcoin has now surged by nearly eight percent in the past five days and over 47 percent in the past month. (Related: U.K. court might uncover REAL IDENTITY of mysterious Bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto.)

The current price of $73,515 has overtaken its previous high of nearly $69,000, achieved in November 2021. The massive rally has had a knock-on effect on the entire cryptocurrency industry. The annualized three-month futures premiums on ...

Bitcoin a THREAT to America’s DEEP STATE; Space Force head calls for exploration of blockchain tech

December 13, 2023 -

In Lowery's view, Bitcoin's significance in finance extends far beyond its current application into areas like cybersecurity and national defense. Lowery argues that Bitcoin and other similar proof-of-work (PoW) protocols are extremely valuable in terms of their strategic importance.

Contextualizing Bitcoin within the military strategy of an offset approach, Lowery's letter proposes that Bitcoin and its underlying technology could ...

Bitcoin price, which has risen by more than 150% since the beginning of the year, surges above $42,000

December 06, 2023 -

On Monday, Dec. 4, bitcoin rose by as much as 6.1 percent to a high of $42,144. By 4 p.m., it was trading at $41,803.

The value of bitcoin has climbed by more than 20 percent in just one month, and traders said the momentum behind buying bitcoin is still going strong.

Crypto executives are claiming that the recent rise in the value of bitcoin signals an ongoing bull run, with a growing number of voices suggesting that the price ...

Bitcoin’s drop in value triggered by FTX fiasco a “deadly blow” to El Salvador’s financial solvency

November 17, 2022 -

The most popular crypto token saw a 21 percent drop in its value, with its price hitting the lowest in two years. While the ongoing global economic recession seriously affected the digital currency, the collapse of FTX and its subsequent bankruptcy filing served as the latest hurdle.

The crypto turmoil has also affected El Salvador, home to 6.5 million. Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele, who made bitcoin legal tender in the country back in September 2021, invested ...

Bitcoin and nearly all other crypto PLUMMET amid crashing markets

June 15, 2022 -

As of this writing, Bitcoin is hovering around $21,000 per coin, which is about one-third of what it was around Christmastime. Nearly every other crypto coin out there plunged by double digits as well.

Bitcoin is now priced around what it was in late 2020 after it soared from under $2,000 per coin in the summer of that year to over $20,000 by the new year. It appears as though Bitcoin and crypto in general have a much longer way to go on their ...

Bitcoin price crash also triggering downturn of crypto billionaires’ net worth

June 15, 2022 - bitcoin, other cryptos to plunge, "washout" imminent says expert.

Bitcoin price briefly falls below $26,000 as crypto sell-off erases more than $200 billion from the market.

Bitcoin moves into "pump and dump" phase as heavy Bitcoin holders push greed-driven mania in hopes of attracting new wave of suckers.

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Bitcoin price briefly falls below $26,000 as crypto sell-off erases more than $200 billion from the market

May 13, 2022 -

On Thursday, May 12, bitcoin's value fell as low as $25,402.04, down by 10 percent from its value the previous day. This marks the first time bitcoin's value fell below $27,000 since Dec. 26, 2020. The cryptocurrency's value later rebounded to about $29,300. (Related: If Coinbase goes bankrupt, all of its users' funds could disappear.)

The value of bitcoin has continuously fallen over the last seven days up to Wednesday, May 11. This is bitcoin's ...

Bitcoin investors continue to take a bath as leading cryptocurrency tanks

May 12, 2022 -

In fact, according to a new analysis, 40 percent of bitcoin investors are now underwater with their initial layout, which is made even worse by the fact that -- thanks to the lousiest president in the history of the country and the terrible spend, spend, spend policies of his Democrat Party -- the stock market is tanking as well.

According to a report this week by CNBC, the cryptocurrency has lost more than half its highest value since the fall:

Bitcoin is ...

Bitcoin’s value continues to shrink amid Russia-Ukraine conflict; investors turn to gold and silver

February 23, 2022 - bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have obliterated this image.

"Bitcoin's safe haven narrative has almost completely fallen apart as the rising possibility of military conflict and the worsening U.S.-Russia relationship puts the wider financial market in risk-aversion mode," said Yuya Hasegawa, cryptocurrency market analyst for Bitbank, the Japanese Bitcoin exchange.

Hasegawa predicted that Bitcoin will trade within the $32,000 ...

Bitcoin price drops following China’s Evergrande fiasco

September 24, 2021 -

According to CoinDesk, bitcoin's price has fallen to $43,489 as of Sept. 20. The drop reflects an 8.6 percent fall from its Sept. 17 price. Other digital currencies have also seen price drops – with Ether experiencing a 10 percent fall and Dogecoin experiencing an 11 percent slide. Investors selling off risky assets for more stable ones drive the price drops, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reports.

Crypto-linked stocks have also suffered from the instability ...

Bitcoin’s 50 percent drop in value hits crypto loans and derivatives

July 23, 2021 -

Bitcoin's drop affected a $1.3 trillion industry centering on speculation and leverage. Crypto loans, options and futures bore the brunt of Bitcoin's plunge as it wiped out strategies for continuous income. It also reminded bullish investors of the need for restraint as trading activity waned.

Crypto prime brokerage firm Bequant CEO George Zarya said that the hype surrounding Bitcoin "has toned down." He continued: "It's a 24/7 market, so for ...

BITCOIN GREENWASHING: No, Bitcoin mining isn’t mostly powered by clean, renewable energy, but the cult-like self-delusion of Bitcoin apologists is itself a fascinating science experiment

May 13, 2021 -

The pro-Bitcoin community erupted in a fierce backlash, claiming that most of Bitcoin's energy usage comes from renewables, and that the more energy Bitcoin uses, the better it is for the world. As you might have suspected, however, both claims are patently false.

Bitcoin uses enormous amount of energy, and most of it does not come from renewables, as you'll see here. Such claims are little more than propaganda from Bitcoin propagandists ...

Bitcoin activity now uses more energy than all of Argentina

February 24, 2021 - bitcoin. In addition to this massive purchase, the company also announced that it would start accepting payments in bitcoin in exchange for its products "subject to applicable laws and initially on a limited basis." The $.15 billion worth of bitcoin will give the company liquidity in the cryptocurrency once Tesla starts accepting bitcoin payments.

Tesla moves have bolstered confidence in Bitcoin, helping further legitimize the ...

Bitcoin is NOT decentralized: Just 1,000 accounts control 85% of all Bitcoins in the world… and they easily rig market swings to skim profits from the masses

January 22, 2019 - bitcoin's oldest accounts -- many of which have long been dormant -- have shown signs of life starting in October," explains Zero Hedge, citing data recently published by Bloomberg about where Bitcoin could be headed now that the old dogs are starting to play the game.

"The actively-traded supply of bitcoins has risen 40% since last summer ... This is important because a similar pattern preceded large price swings in 2015 and 2017, most recently ...

Bitcoin “hodlers” sh#t themselves as cryptocurrency price plunges toward $4000, a drop of over 75% from its highs

November 20, 2018 -

Bitcoin "hodlers" -- a term meaning "holders" who can't spell -- are all but sh#tting themselves today, given that they were all promised by overzealous crypto con artists that Bitcoin would be above $100,000 by now. But as I have stated for over a year now, Bitcoin was always a digital Ponzi scheme, and it was always doomed to collapse due to fatal structural flaws. (See my articles on all this at

Here's a look at the price ...

Bitcoin markets are RIGGED: DOJ investigating widespread fraud and cheating across the crypto space

May 31, 2018 -

The Department of Justice (DoJ) is attempting to gain insight into illegal practices taking place in crypto markets and how to curb them. Whether it's "spoofing" the system or flooding the market with fake buy and sell orders in order to lure other traders into the mix, the DoJ wants to know about it.

That's because millions of people around the world who know too little about how crypto spaces work are, at least in some cases, pouring their life savings into these investments....

Bitcoin users are systematically targeted by the NSA to track their computer activity and crypto transactions

March 24, 2018 -

People who want to preserve the privacy of their financial transactions gravitate toward cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. As a digital currency, Bitcoin uses encryption to regulate its units. This encryption conceals the financial transaction from being monitored and controlled by banks, financial institutions, and law enforcement. The drawback: The anonymity of Bitcoin allows organized crime a means to launder money.

The U.S. National Security ...

Bitcoin wallet devices found to be surprisingly vulnerable to hacking

February 25, 2018 -

According to the computer scientists behind the research, hardware wallets -- gadgets that are created to manage personal accounts using Bitcoin as well as other cryptocurrencies -- have certain security weak spots. This opens up their owners -- that is, users of hardware wallets -- to higher risks of losing access to their digital currencies.

The team of computer scientists carried out their in-depth security analysis at the University of Edinburgh. In particular, ...

Bitcoin hacks are funding North Korea’s nuclear missile program; Cryptos now LESS secure than conventional money

February 16, 2018 -

According to a recent Bloomberg report, an unidentified South Korean lawmaker who wishes to remain anonymous is credited with having nabbed the hacker clan, which may have seized the digital money in an effort to secretly fund the Kim Jong-un regime's ongoing nuclear missile program.

If the intelligence thus far gathered is correct, this same hacker group was likely the culprit in the shutdown of the South Korean cryptocurrency exchange YouBit back in December. This ...

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