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Bitcoin Analysis for 03.04.2018


During the meeting with the legislative arm of Taiwan, the head of the Central Bank, Yang Chin-long, was asked about how the banking authorities will respond to the current lack of transparency in the trade of cryptocurrencies in this country. The discussion was intensified mainly by recent price drops, in accordance with the news given by the Central Taiwan Agency.

Bitcoin Analysis for 29.03.2018


The American car manufacturer Ford has filed a patent for a device for communication between vehicles, which includes exchanging cryptogram tokens to liquefy traffic, informs U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Ford claims that traffic congestion arises "because of the psychology of human drivers who focus on their individual travel time preferences."

Bitcoin Analysis for 28.03.2018


It seems that Russian legislation has been looking for the right regulatory approach for cryptocurrencies for a long time. This time, concepts such as "digital money" or "digital rights" appear in the draft new legislation. The new law, apart from tax issues, would also define cryptocurrencies as a subject in matters of inheritance or bankruptcy.

Bitcoin Analysis for 27.03.2018


The new series of paintings by Andy Bauch called "New Money" combines art and crypto technology by hiding abstract codes in his Lego graphics. The paintings show private keys to wallets containing up to $ 9,000 in cryptocurrencies. Buying a given work does not mean that you become the owner of a private key because anyone who decrypts the code will be able to take money for themselves. Bauch, however, said that the buyer of each image will give a hint.

Bitcoin Analysis for 26.03.2018


Nigerians have been warned by the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) before using cryptocurrencies because the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) does not recognize them as a legal currency, according to the local Business Post Nigeria magazine.This is not the first cryptocurrency warning because various government agencies in Nigeria warned citizens about a new form of money.


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