Select Page

Author: Inside Bitcoins

Israeli Court Rules Banks Can Deny Service to Bitcoin Firms

Photo: Finance Magnates Bitcoin related ventures in Israel that are still dependent on traditional banking services for their operations just received a major blow. The Tel Aviv district court ruled on Tuesday against Israeli Bitcoin exchange Bits of Gold, who sought its intervention after the firm’s bank service was denied. The London Summit 2017 is coming, get… View Article

Read More

Ethereum Soars with over a 2,800% Rally

This story can be found here: Ethereum hit a crisp record high cost of $250.41 on Sunday. The cost is up more than 2,800 percent year-to-date. Korea seems to be driving the ethereum exchange. Continued enthusiasm for the basic blockchain behind ethereum has prompted a bolster from enormous organizations e.g. Microsoft. Ethereum, an option cryptographic money… View Article

Read More

BitCart Removes “Extremely Problematic” Bitcoin, Enables Dash Only

Photo: Finance Magnates Irish gift card platform BitCart has announced its decision to disable Bitcoin from its platform and accept Dash orders only. This comes in the wake of extremely slow bitcoin transaction confirmations and settlement speeds, which were “crippling the company’s ability to provide a 24 hour turnaround to its customers.” The London Summit 2017… View Article

Read More

Chinese Exchanges Resume Withdrawals, Emboldens Bitcoin Bulls: BTCManager’s Week in Review June 6

The three largest Chinese bitcoin exchanges, BTCChina, Huobi, and OKCoin, have reportedly all started to resume withdrawals after updating their KYC and anti-money laundering policies to comply with the Chinese regulator’s demands. After around four months of withdrawal halts, Chinese bitcoin traders are now able to withdraw their investment and turn them into fiat currency… View Article

Read More

FT Opening Quote: Tech groups defend terror policies as City returns to work

Tech groups defend terror policies as City returns to work. FT Opening Quote, with commentary by Matthew Vincent, is your early Square Mile briefing. You can sign up for the full newsletter here. As City workers resumed their Monday morning commute to London Bridge station after Saturday’s terrorist attack (note to US news media: neither… View Article

Read More

Peach Aviation Becomes Japan’s First Ever Airline to Accept BTC

This story can be found here: Minimal effort from Japanese aircraft Peach Aviation will turn into the first in Japan to enable clients to purchase tickets utilizing the electronic cash bitcoin. The aircraft, currently belonging to Japan’s biggest bearer ANA and has some expertise in flights from upper east Asia, is planning to ride on the… View Article

Read More