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Bitcoin fees “will only rise from now on,” Lightning Developer Rusty Russell has stated as SegWit is set to lock in.
Japan is once again the biggest player in Bitcoin trading as the US and China both bow to the country’s 43% market share.
With 2 days left to SegWit activation, Bitcoin fees are low, and BTCC’s Bobby Lee’s survey reveals 50% support for $5,000 prices.
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Micro payment company SatoshiPay has decided to give up on Bitcoin and Blockchain in favor of supposedly “superior” technology that is faster and cheaper to transact with.
A racially segregated “Whites-Only” bastion in South Africa is looking to turn its own fiat currency into a digital one as cryptocurrencies spread to even the most backward parts.
Lieferando, the largest food delivery platform in Germany, officially integrated Bitcoin. Users on the platform will be able to pay for food deliveries using Bitcoin.
Prominent financial newspaper American Banker recently featured an analytical piece on how Bitcoin shows what banking should be.
Multiple factors have contributed to a serious bout of Ethereum volatility, with coins selling for as little as 10 cents.
LocalBitcoins has announced it is introducing Bitcoin deposit fees next week in response to rising network fees.
The variation in Bitcoin fee estimates has increased along with price volatility and fees themselves.
Startups CEOs share their points of view on higher fees for transactions.
Kraken rethinks it’s fee hike after user response
Bitcoin Core developers haven’t expressed their support for Segwit2x, the proposal to activate Segwit at a 80% threshold and execute a 2MB hard fork.
Kraken has become the latest business to pass on costs to Bitcoin consumers, introducing a new standard withdrawal fee of around $7.
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