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Sweden’s Central Bank To Begin Testing National Cryptocurrency

The Swedish Central Bank will establish a test group for its potential digital currency – the e-krona. It will run for a year and should confirm if there’s an actual need case for launching a digital krona. Testing The E-Krona Recently reported by local news, the Riksbank is ready to launch a group to examine Read more…

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Kleiner Perkins’ Investor Shares Her Blockchain Predictions for 2020

Monica Desai Weiss, an investor at the venture capital company, Kleiner Perkins, recently had an interview in which she shared her predictions regarding fintech and blockchain in 2020. The year 2020 is almost here, and with it, an entirely new decade is about to kick off. Many expect it to be the age of technological Read more…

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Top Analyst: XRP Has Room to Run as Price Moves to $0.31

Christmas may be coming early for holders of XRP, the third-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. As of the time of writing this, the popular altcoin has found itself trading just under 3% up on the day, trading at just under $0.31. This move has seen XRP largely outperform Bitcoin’s relatively mere 0.5% gain. While 3% Read more…

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Coinkite Publishes Everything You Need to Build Your Own Coldcard Wallet

In a blog post published on October 25, 2019, Coinkite released all of the information needed for users to build their own versions of its hardware wallet, the Coldcard. The post contains the complete circuit diagram of the device, accompanied by a list of off-the-shelf parts that can be purchased to start the DIY project. Read more…

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Living on Bitcoin in Europe: From Amsterdam to Prague, No Cash Required

Bitcoin Magazine supplied reporter Colin Harper with a fistful of sats and set him loose in Europe. This is the first installment of his “Living on Bitcoin in Europe” series. Continue reading his adventures over the coming days. Amsterdam and the 40-Hour Day I landed in Brussels with a rucksack filled with the usual miscellany: Read more…

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Facebook’s Libra Charter Signed By 21 Organizations During Meeting in Geneva, Switzerland

The Libra charter has been signed by 21 organizations, just days after several high-profile payment processing and e-commerce companies withdrew from the controversial stablecoin project led Facebook. The Libra Association named its board of directors and formed the consortium’s executive team during a conference held in Geneva, Switzerland. Facebook is moving forward with Libra along Read more…

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Rats Desert Sinking Ship: How PayPal Dumping Libra is Good For Bitcoin

Social media giant Facebook has been on the receiving end of a barrage of regulatory pressure since announcing its crypto project Libra earlier this year. As the digital ship starts to spring leaks before it is even launched, the rats are already deserting it. PayPal Pulls Out Global payments giant PayPal has announced its departure Read more…

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BTC Surf expands its exclusive offer for its community

If you have been in the world of cryptocurrencies for a long time, you should have experienced the evolution of the business models. In the initial phase, there were many business models linked to advertising. The already known “faucets”, and the PTCs (Paid To Click) were a viable way of acquiring small portions of cryptocurrencies Read more…

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ECB President on Libra: Crypto Still “Limited” In Impact on Financial System

ECB President Not Too Worried About Crypto… Yet Earlier this year, Facebook famously unveiled Libra to the world. The cryptocurrency project, billed as a way to empower billions, quickly became the talk of the town, with the phrases “Libra” and “Facebook’s crypto/blockchain” gracing the notifications of the phones of millions. Unsurprisingly, central banks, governments, and Read more…