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Crypto market moves fast and if something does not happen soon, Bitcoin could become obsolete.
Bitcoin has lost its way as a payment system somewhat, but that does not mean it can’t get back to that original vision.
The cryptomarket makes more strides but is being driven less by Bitcoin because of one major change
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Bitcoin’s wild ride in 2017 included a number of notable hard forks from the original Blockchain.
The ‘revival’ of the supposed SegWit2x Bitcoin fork seems highly suspicious.
“New” SegWit2x launches; involves half-finished LinkedIn accounts, brand new Github repository, and enormous premine.
Controversial Bitcoin Hard Fork SegWit2x is making a low-key comeback this week, its developers say.
Dash explodes upwards, passing $1,500 mark. One likely culprit for the increase is Dash’s embrace of big blocks.
Fiery opinion often dictates Bull and Bear opinions, but an Assistant Professor has offered a learned approach.
Citadel CEO warns that confusion between Bitcoin and its Blockchain could burst the bubble.
Cryptocurrency trading volumes reached nearly half of Nasdaq’s average on Sunday, showing increasing adoption.
Wall Street Bitcoin Bull Tom Lee sets Bitcoin sights on $11,500 by mid-2018.
Max Keiser is hopeful that Bitcoin could rise to $100,000 in the future, asserting its dominance as the father of crypto.
Industry leaders comment on which will dominate the market: Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash.
Bitcoin.com is offering downloads of a “Bitcoin wallet” that is not actually what it says.
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