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Bitcoin Analysis for 12.02.2018


French and German finance ministers are still demanding strict regulation of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. According to reports, the French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire and the Interim German Finance Minister Peter Altmaier wrote a letter to fellow finance ministers of the G20, in which they argue that cryptocurrencies are not only risky for investors but also threaten the long-term global financial stability.

Analysis of Bitcoin for 08.02.2018


Bitcoin should establish itself as means of quick, safe and cheap payments. New technologies and diagrams are implemented that will ensure almost instant payments with low-value Bitcoin. Conner Fromknecht and Olaoluwa Osuntokun proposed a new system that they call Atomic Multi-Path Payments (AMP) over Lightning. According to AMP supporters, sending payments via this protocol would bring a number of benefits, such as improving the privacy of Lightning Network brokers and reducing fees.

Bitcoin Analysis for 07.02.2018


The Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, made a new comment regarding the government's commitment not to ban cryptocurrencies - as part of its future regulatory plans. In a series of fourteen statements published on Monday, February 5 in response to questions from parliamentarians - Tharman Shanmugaratnam, deputy prime minister, and minister responsible for the regulatory body, namely the Singapore Monetary Office (MAS), confirmed the passive cryptocurrency policy in the future."MAS is carefully monitoring these events and the potential risks they pose. So far, there is no strong argument to prohibit trading in cryptocurrencies "- Deputy Prime Minister said.

Bitcoin Analysis for 06.02.2018


The British credit card issuers are afraid that people will get into debt if they buy cryptocurrencies and the prices will continue to fall. The Lloyds Banking Group will issue a statement to its nine million credit card users today. According to reports, the bank will block all attempts to buy cryptocurrencies using credit cards. However, debit cards are still accepted. In an email, a company spokesperson said: "We do not accept purchases of cryptocurrencies made with credit cards at Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland, Halifax and MBNA".

Bitcoin Analysis for 02.02.2018


The Government of India, although often not very positive about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, such activities have not helped to curb their popularity. In his annual speech, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley again explained that the government intends to stop the use of digital currencies in India, claiming that the South Asian country does not recognize Bitcoin and other coins as legal tender: "The government does not recognize Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies as a legal tender and will take all measures to limit their use in financing illegal activities or any part of payment systems."


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