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What impact Britain’s exit from the European Union will have on Bitcoin and Fintech?
Demonetisation, shaky currencies, uncertain political future - whatever maybe the geopolitical risk, bitcoin offers refuge.
The Bitcoin market has welcomed the outcome of the Brexit vote in the UK with open arms as the price of its currency soars following a falling trend in recent days.
Fearing a total collapse of the European Union if the United Kingdom successfully leaves, American billionaire George Soros has been pouring investment into gold to hedge against an economic collapse.
BitPay COO Sonny Singh talks about the main reasons for the summer heat in the Bitcoin market.
The United Kingdom passed legislation providing the government with sweeping new surveillance powers on internet activity, unprecedented in any Western democracy.
A new poll by the Independent puts Brexit at a 10% lead over remain, sending the British pound tumbling down. At the same time, Bitcoin is seeing a stratospheric rise past $600 in a bull run.
Bitcoin reached a low of $550 Wednesday night, after 24500 BTC had been auctioned off in Australia.
For Bitcoin, the Brexit poll couldn’t have come at a more uneasy time but some good developments are taking place on the sideline.
CoinTelegraph investigates the economic impacts of Britain’s exit from the EU and the case for ‘Londependence’.
LocalBitcoins halve trading fee from the current 1% to 0.5% for all Bitcoin trades done in the UK to help users get out of the pound before it's too late.
In the wake of a Brexit vote, the disintegration of the European Union itself remains a distinct possibility. Will Bitcoin take the euro’s place as the continent-wide currency?
CoinTelegraph landed at MoneyConf in Madrid to have insightful chats with key players from the world of fintech.
The rapid depreciation of the British Pound has resulted in Forex companies like Thomas Cook imposing restrictions on the sale of foreign currencies.
After their falls, altcoin prices have stopped at Spring’s minimums.
Putin’s business ombudsman says Russia must become the world’s Blockchain leader. There are currently around 500 000 of Blockchain users in Russia.
According to chief economist of Deutsche Bank, European banks urgently need a $166 billion bailout.
The European Union is preparing to crack down on anonymity in Bitcoin transactions under a new anti-terrorism initiative. Brexit could not have come at a better time.
The repetitive phenomenon of the fall in price of Bitcoin, coinciding with the meetings between the miners and core developers, has attracted concern within the industry.
The slowdown in the global economy has resulted in many governments imposing protectionist measures in their countries. Could this pose a threat to Bitcoin?
If the UK exits from the EU, it should lose its banking passporting rights, warns the head of Bundesbank, and adds that Frankfurt is more attractive as a financial capital.
The battle for the world’s fintech hub after the Brexit vote is still clouded by uncertainty, but
time is running out
The Vice-Chancellor of Germany predicts doom and gloom for the European Union if other countries follow the UK’s Brexit example. Could this boost Bitcoin adoption?
Investors will continue to seek for alternative highly liquid assets to avoid being involved in a financial turmoil, which will increase the demand for Bitcoin and, ultimately, its price.
RT News covers Scotcoin, Scotland’s cryptocurrency, as a viable alternative to the British pound.
The UK’s vote to leave the EU raised certain concerns about the country’s continued regulatory alignment.
Post-Brexit, the British pound has become less stable than Bitcoin, which remains stronger than ever even after the “Halvening.”
The race is on between European cities including Frankfurt, Dublin and Paris for London's finance crown following the Brexit vote.
As a result of Brexit, some UK fintech companies fear the brain drain and trade difficulties, and consider moving out.
Referendums are the whooping cough of Europe, but whatever happens, Chicken tikka masala will remain.
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