Several exchanges, including Binance, Bitfinex and Bittrex, have closed registrations for new users.
India’s Ministry of Finance has claimed that Bitcoin and the other digital currencies are like Ponzi schemes and issued a warning for investors.
Former FDIC Chairwoman Sheila Bair also thinks that governments should not “make their own value judgments about Bitcoin.”
Study reveals that Louisiana is currently the most economical state for cryptocurrency mining.
EtherDelta warns its users of “malicious attacks” last night, telling them not to use the site for now.
Bitcoin’s explosive performance this year is piquing investors interest in the stock market in general, according to stock market expert Laszlo Birinyi.
Japan Finance Minister Taro Aso claims that there is still no proof that Bitcoin is a “credible currency”, and that Japanese citizens rarely use crypto.
South Korea’s Financial Supervisory Service has no plans to regulate cryptocurrencies in the country.
SEC suspends trading of The Crypto Co. until Jan. 3, 2018 due to alleged insider trading and potential manipulation.
Coinbase’s exchange GDAX halts BCH trading just after starting, citing “significant volatility”.
The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) introduces a financial services license for Blockchain startups.
Bill Miller’s hedge fund has around 50% of its money invested in Bitcoin.
Bitcoin.com co-founder and CTO Emil Oldenburg critiques Bitcoin’s performance and makes a case for Bitcoin Cash.
Intel has invented a “multipurpose” POW protocol that uses energy from crypto mining to sequence genetic data.
Venezuelans continue to turn to Bitcoin for survival, not speculation, as their national currency continues to die.