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Bitcoin plunges as rout continues to drag down cryptocurrency market | CNBC

Bitcoin plunges as rout continues to drag down cryptocurrency market | CNBC

Bitcoin fell as much as 11 percent against the U.S. dollar in 24 hours by Friday afternoon during Asian hours, marking fresh declines for the world’s largest cryptocurrency. It’s been a rough December for the digital token: Its price dropped 8 percent on the first day of the month. Bitcoin traded at $3,376.27 as of […]

Why Cyptocurrency Prices Are Plummeting | Forbes

Why Cyptocurrency Prices Are Plummeting | Forbes

It’s been a rocky month for cryptoassets with Bitcoin falling below $4,000 in early December. November saw the firms Paragon and Airfox settle cases with SEC on the failure to register their ICOs as security offerings, in line with the Howey Test. Any promise of token price appreciation is now a ground for the blockchain platforms to […]

Now that bitcoin prices are ugly, decide if it’s worth an investment | The Seattle Times

Now that bitcoin prices are ugly, decide if it’s worth an investment | The Seattle Times

For the many people confused about bitcoin, here is an incomplete primer: Bitcoin, currently, is the best-known digital currency in the world. A digital or cryptocurrency is a form of money that you can’t hold in your hand, but you can buy/trade online and store in a digital wallet (think “electronic vault”). Where traditional currencies […]

Why the Bitcoin Price Could Take a Very Long Time to Reach New Highs | ccn

Why the Bitcoin Price Could Take a Very Long Time to Reach New Highs | ccn

The involvement of major financial institutions in the likes of Fidelity and Goldman Sachs have led to some improvements in the institutional sector of Bitcoin. However, considering that over $50 billion could be needed to fuel a rally for BTC from a low price range to the $20,000 region and the fact that BTC recovers […]

Capitulation? Bitcoin’s Price Dropped 36% in November | CoinDesk

Capitulation? Bitcoin’s Price Dropped 36% in November | CoinDesk

Bitcoin (BTC) tanked in November on the back of high volumes, raising the possibility that the market has, to some extent, capitulated. The largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization is currently trading at $4,000 – down 36 percent from its monthly opening price of $6,318 – according to CoinMarketCap data. That drop marks the biggest monthly […]

Bitcoin has lost most of its value this year – Riding the rollercoaster | The Economist

Bitcoin has lost most of its value this year – Riding the rollercoaster | The Economist

On december 17th 2017 the price of bitcoin on CoinMarketCap, a cryptocurrency exchange, neared $20,000. True believers hoped that was just the beginning. One analyst at a Danish investment bank predicted bitcoin could be worth $100,000 by the end of 2018. The year is not yet over. But as The Economist went to press, bitcoin’s […]

Bitcoin prices sink as cryptocurrency selloff gathers pace | Livemint

Bitcoin prices sink as cryptocurrency selloff gathers pace | Livemint

New York: Bitcoin prices plunged more than 12% on Monday, extending falls in recent weeks in a broad-based selloff in cryptocurrencies as sentiment sours. Several factors have accelerated the downturn, analysts said, including increased US regulatory scrutiny and a delay to January 2019 of the widely-anticipated launch of bitcoin futures by Bakkt, Intercontinental Exchange’s crypto […]

Bitcoin prices slide below $4,000, as cryptocurrency hype recedes | CBS News

Bitcoin prices slide below $4,000, as cryptocurrency hype recedes | CBS News

Only 12 months ago, the price of bitcoin was piercing the $10,000 mark, with some particularly bullish investors blithely predicting it would eventually top $100,000. What a difference a year can make: 2018 may go down as the year cryptocurrency mania died. Bitcoin prices on Monday traded at $3,768, according to CoinDesk. The best-known digital […]

Are budget airlines really charging families to sit with their own children? | NewStatesmanAmerica

Are budget airlines really charging families to sit with their own children? | NewStatesmanAmerica

Are algorithms trying to steal our children? That’s the question at the heart of the latest airline ticket pricing scandal. Are budget airlines trying to squeeze more money out of families by deliberately allocating them seats in separate parts of the plane, then forcing them to pay a fee so that children can be seated […]

Airlines take you sky high – It’s All About . . . | Castanet

Airlines take you sky high – It’s All About . . . | Castanet

Do your own research when travelling. Those of you who do as much flying as I do you will be familiar with all the tricks the airlines use to get more money out of your pocket. Those of you who don’t believe that happens, search Google for information on a class action lawsuit launched against […]