Cyrus McNally

Having purchased his first bitcoin in early 2014 during the collapse of Mt.Gox, Cyrus writes about all things crypto and is a daily user of Bitcoin. He’s written hundreds of articles over the years, with a special focus on the improvement of financial lives of citizens worldwide using blockchain-based technologies.

Author’s posts

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Blockchain analysts have identified 100 BTC mined in June 2010 that were moved for the first time today.
Bitcoin whale from 2010 moves 100 BTC for first time in 11 years
Cyrus McNally
2021-02-25T02:33:49+00:00
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An apparent “glitch” on PDAX temporarily dropped BTC prices by 88% and saw trading suspended. The exchange held a press conference yesterday to explain what hap...
Exchange demands users return Bitcoin bought for $6K during tech glitch
Cyrus McNally
2021-02-24T05:08:37+00:00
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HSBC, HDFC and Citi are now requiring crypto traders in India to provide information about their activities or risk losing their funds.
Indian banks put crypto traders' accounts under the microscope
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2021-02-24T01:49:04+00:00
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What started with the unexpected closure of an investment platform may have ramifications for U.S. DeFi projects say critics.
DeFi Money Market closure after SEC probe could set rocky precedent
Cyrus McNally
2021-02-19T03:38:37+00:00
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It's shaping up to be the year in which NFTs go mainstream, thanks to successful releases by a number of household names.
Arcade classic Street Fighter II launches NFTs on WAX blockchain
Cyrus McNally
2021-02-18T04:50:16+00:00
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Robinhood’s reputation has taken a battering lately, but it hopes to regain credibility among the crypto community by introducing cryptocurrency transfers.
Robinhood announces plans to offer crypto deposits and withdrawals
Cyrus McNally
2021-02-18T01:06:43+00:00
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The proceeds of crypto crime fell by more than $5 billion in 2020, due to increasing regulatory compliance by crypto exchanges and declining scams.
Crypto criminals got away with $5B less in 2020 as scam revenue falls
Cyrus McNally
2021-02-17T02:57:46+00:00
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Bitcoin’s market cap was less than $100 million short of $1 trillion for a few brief moments today.
Bitcoin market cap briefly tops $900 billion
Cyrus McNally
2021-02-12T04:50:20+00:00
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