ICE’s Bakkt Launches Enterprise-grade Bitcoin Custody For Institutions

Bitcoin futures exchange Bakkt, created by Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), introduced Enterprise-grade Bitcoin custody service for institutional customers by Bakkt Warehouse. Bakkt had launched custody and physically delivered daily and monthly bitcoin futures contracts in late September. However, the Bakkt Warehouse have been serving only clients trading the Bakkt Bitcoin Futures contracts until now. Bakkt Warehouse, a qualified custodian of bitcoin, […]

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Bitcoin Bull Run Due Next Week According To Difficulty Adjustment

Stock-to-Flow (S2F) proponent, PlanB, has been extending his analysis into Bitcoin difficulty adjustments. Predicting an estimated +4% adjustment due next week, following a large drop in difficulty last week, he suggests there is only one way for BTC price to go next. First Round Analysis In an early tweet yesterday, PlanB posted a chart of 7 years of Bitcoin difficulty adjustments. This […]

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“Bitcoin, not Blockchain” is Shaping up to be the Theme for 2020 | BTCMANAGER

Many existing platforms and projects that have received funding to build enterprise blockchains have rolled out a product in 2019. But other than that, funding for these startups has dried out as investors look at opportunities within cryptocurrency and tokenization. As more people become aware of how having a native cryptocurrency enhances the decentralization of a blockchain, many industry insiders […]

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Bitcoin Options volume registers weekly low, but sentiment remains bullish

Bitcoin’s derivatives market entered the frame back in 2017. However, 2019 saw the most significant growth in terms of institutional interest. With the launch of Bakkt’s Bitcoin Futures, profitability in the market was observed as trading activity scaled new all-time-highs in the market. Over the past few weeks, Bitcoin’s price has undergone major price swings, movements that directly impacted various […]

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CFTC believed Bitcoin Futures could pop 2017 bubble: Former CFTC Chairman

As governments across the globe ease up on crypto-regulations, former CFTC Chairman Christopher Giancarlo featured on the latest edition of the Unchained podcast to contrast existing market conditions with the direction needed by the crypto-space to attain mass adoption. Giancarlo also spoke about how the government had been vigilant about Bitcoin’s growth, right from its dormancy. In doing so, Giancarlo […]

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Bitcoin Mining IPO Could be the New Gold Rush | BTCMANAGER

Bitcoin mining giants Bitmain Technologies and Canaan Creative seem to have found a new area of competition — launching a U.S. IPO. Both companies are set to go head to head in trying to one-up the other in what could be the first-ever crypto-related public offering in the United States. Bitcoin Mining Giants Seek U.S. Market Many commentators have likened […]

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Bitcoin rewards app Lolli partners with Alibaba; limits services to U.S users

Recently, Chinese e-commerce platform Alibaba was in the news following its Single’s Day shopping sale. However, news of the global shopping giant partnering with Bitcoin rewards application Lolli is what caught the attention of the crypto-industry. Lolli is a platform that allows users to acquire Bitcoin while shopping at certain merchants. According to the press release, Alibaba is collaborating with […]

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Talking Bitcoin on a First Date: What Women Say

Some women, like Jessica Huseman, hate bitcoin so much that if the word was even mentioned on a first date, the guy wouldn’t get a second. But how do women really feel about Bitcoin?  Jessica Huseman Causes a Tweet Storm Jessica Huseman, caused a tweetstorm when she gave out some unsolicited advice to her female followers. All I’m saying ladies […]

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