As Bitcoin stays above $4,000, even a loss of half its value would see it remain 2017’s most lucrative asset.
Bitsquare’s founder has said it is committed to UASF support, and would halt trading until the hard fork fallout becomes clear.
More money went through Localbitcoins than ever last week, multi-market highs taking volumes close to $50 million.
As long as Japan does not fail in what seems to be an effort that is making Bitcoin bigger, the world's top digital currency would always be a success.
Though still far ahead, Bitsquare seems to be pushing itself as an alternative to Bitcoin exchange platforms like LocalBitcoins, Paxful, BitQuick, etc.
Cointelegraph spoke to Mihail Mihaylov, Bitsquare’s Chief Decentralist, about the possibilities of adopting a decentralised reputation system on its platform.