Author: Tommy

Bitcoin Fork: Bitcoin Exchanges Not Support Bitcoin Cash

On August 1, 2017, 12:20 p.m. UTC, a new cryptocurrency called Bitcoin Cash (BCC) will split off from bitcoin. All Bitcoin holders will receive Bitcoin Cash equivalent to their Bitcoin holdings. Different exchanges have announced their attitude towards the Bitcoin Cash. Some exchanges positive about BCC will take actions to deal with this particular hard fork. However, several well-knowned bitcoin trading platforms have issued the statements that they will not support BCC. Bitcoin Exchanges NOT Supporting BCC Bitstamp, the European Union-based bitcoin exchange, says BCC is an ‘Altcoin’ and will not support the protocol. In the event of a...

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Btc-e.com – Is Btc-e.com down?

Site status: Btc-e.com Unavailable ( Update time: 26th, July) As we all known, Btc-e.com is one of the largest cryptocurrencies exchanges processing the high volume of bitcoin and other cryptocurrency transactions.   However, now we can not open Btc-e.com, which was established in 2011. All users must be confused whether the well-known bitcoin exchange is offline or not. Here is the latest news from BTC-E on twitter (posted 25th, July): We are still continue to perform our unscheduled ongoing maintenance. Will keep you updated. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thus, some rumors are spread rapidly and caused a heated discussion about the unscheduled...

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Are ICOs legal?

How Are ICOs Being Regulated? Are ICOs a Legal Funding Model? “There is not yet a right answer to the question ‘Are ICOs legal?’” says Peter Van Valkenburgh of Coin Center, a nonprofit organization focused on policy issues facing cryptocurrencies. “Anyone who tells you otherwise, unless they are a judge, is cutting corners, making assumptions, and they are probably a bad lawyer.” ICOs are in a legal gray area. Most tokens are not quite securities, not quite currencies, and many claim not to be of an investment nature at all. Tokens and cryptocurrencies don’t fit any traditional asset class....

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What is ICO (Initial Coins Offering)?

The definition of ICO ICO is the abbreviation of Initial Coin Offering, a revolutionized way to raise funds for based on cryptocurrency projects by releasing tokens. Most successful ICO Ethereum project is one of the most successful ICOs. It raised $18 million in ICO and reached over $30 billion market cap in 2017. •ICO Period: 20 July 2014 – 2 September 2014 •Funds gathered (USD): $18,439,086 •Funds gathered (BTC): 31,529.49 •Tokens distributed: 60,000,000 •Profit percentage (In BTC): 3900% How does ICO work? Announce ICOs are usually announced on cryptocurrency forums such as Bitcointalk, where the significant information including the team...

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Coinbulb.com Review: Is Coinbulb.com a scam?

What is Coinbulb.com? Coinbulb.com is a first-class bitcoin PTC website, where your clicks on the ads will bring back generous earnings. Also, the leading advertising platform make it accessible for advertisers to receive quality bitcoin related traffic. To those who have rare experience in Bitcoin before, it’s a good place to effortlessly earn small-amount bitcoins at anytime without investments. Is Coinbulb.com a scam? It is absolutely not a scam. Coinbulb.com displays the latest 1000 payments to certify its reliability. Click the withdraw button on the dashboard when you have more than 0.1 mBTC on the accounts. Then, you will get the payments in the following...

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