Bitcoin has once again rallied over the past day, bringing it to new year-to-date highs at $13,350 as of this article’s writing. The latest move higher just took place, bringing the leading cryptocurrency from $13,150 to the aforementioned highs.Chart of BTC's price action over the past two days. Kathleen T Smith says: Nov 26, 2018 at 10:37 pm You completely misunderstood what Andres was saying in that video. Good God — you don’t even understand what you are talking about. When a transaction happens on bitcoin it is put into a immutable block — what Andreas is saying is that it would take an insane amount of effort to create one fraudulent block, which would be exposed. The block ... Yves here. I've heretofore avoided the topic of Bitcoin, since I recall the brief fad of the Second Life currency, which then flamed out impressively. And Bitcoin already has had the US Treasury clear its throat and say if market participants try exchanging Bitcoin for dollars, it takes a dim view of that. Recall that the IRS threatened to tax frequent flier miles, but later dropped that idea. In dieser Woche sprachen wir mit Yves Longchamp, Head of Research bei Ethenea. Zudem lesen Sie eine Analyse zu US-Aktien 02.09.2016 Bitcoin's current volatility stems from the limited USD/EUD/JPY trading facilities. The primary (Mt.Gox- 80%) trading site was essentially closed today by a DDOS attack. They stopped accepting most new trades, those orders that were filled were all existing limit orders, which resulted in some very weird trading.
[index]