Category: News

Bitcoin (BTC) Crawls Back Above $8,000 As Weiss Ratings Claims The Recent Correction Offers The Best Buying Opportunity

Bitcoin has been able to crawl its way back above $8,000 right before the start of the weekend. Over the week, there was scare that its correction was prolonging its welcome and this could have serious implications during the bounce back. As Bitcoin regains momentum, Weiss Ratings has made a […]

Russian Official Says Bitcoin (BTC) and Crypto Could Destroy $1.52 Trillion Economy

  Nikolay Arefyev, Russia’s Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Economic Policy, Innovative Development, and Entrepreneurship, is warning that Bitcoin and crypto are on a trajectory to destroy Russia by allowing enterprises to offshore their funds and drain major amounts of capital from the country, reports Russian news outlet Rambler. […]

Lightning App for Sending Bitcoin Tips on Twitter Is Now Easier to Use

A Twitter app for tipping by way of bitcoin’s experimental lightning network is now easier to use thanks to a new update. Launched earlier this year, Tippin.me took Twitter’s crypto community by storm by making it possible to tip Twitter users with the experimental micropayment layer lightning. The still-nascent network […]

Facebook Removed Two Billion Fake Accounts

Facebook has removed as many accounts as it has users in the first three months of this year according to a recent report by the social networking giant. “Our detection technology helps us block millions of attempts to create fake accounts every day and detect millions more often within minutes […]

Craig Wright’s Bitcoin (BTC) Copyright Claims Received ‘Special Handling’ With Crypto Court Cases Underway

The US Copyright Office says Craig Wright requested “special handling” of his copyright registrations for the Bitcoin whitepaper and code. The move costs an additional $800 per filing and is permitted when an applicant is facing pending or prospective litigation, customs matters and contract or publishing deadlines. “Under special handling […]