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Coin Dance is an online platform that positions itself as a community-driven, Bitcoin statistics and services platform. Coin Dance’s Bitcoin surveys are conducted by their platform team, who collect such information as trading volumes, percentages of people supporting Segwit rather than Bitcoin Unlimited, and so on. Coin Dance is divided into eight parts, depending on the topic. For example, there are Coin Dance block statistics, which include information on the number of blocks discovered by different pools, and Coin Dance BCH blocks statistics, as well as others. The company was founded in 2016 with the main goal of Coin Dance being to provide easy access to information on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology in order to facilitate the flourishing of great ideas and diversity of various communities to grow.
Russia tops global Bitcoin trading on P2P exchange LocalBitcoins amid local crypto regulation uncertainty.
Updated: Russia Leads Global BTC Trading on LocalBitcoins in 2020
Popular P2P exchange LocalBitcoins traded 3,144 bitcoins during one week in February, which is the lowest since 2013.
LocalBitcoins Hits a 7-Year Low of Weekly Traded Bitcoins
China’s Bitcoin trading volumes have continued to drop, hitting a two-year low on peer-to-peer exchange LocalBitcoins.
Blockchain, not Bitcoin: China’s BTC Volume on LocalBitcoins Hits 2-Year Low
Localbitcoins has seen new record high volumes as traders react to uncertainty from China.
China Returns To Bitcoin Platform Localbitcoins As ‘FUD’ Excites Markets
As Bitcoin stays above $4,000, even a loss of half its value would see it remain 2017’s most lucrative asset.
Bitcoin at $4,000: Even 50 Percent Collapse Would Preserve Best Asset Status
Bitcoin P2P marketplaces are showing mixed results as new records mix with disappointing slumps.
Bitcoin P2P Trading Wars: Localbitcoins Posts Records, Paxful Surges, Bitsquare Slumps
The Bitcoin network has shown bigger miner support for SegWit than for Emergent Consensus for the first time.
Bitcoin Scaling: SegWit Passes Emergent Consensus At Last