Bitcoin price drops $700 as $10,000 support breaks | Central bank of China to launch digital currency within months in fight to retain control over monetary policy
BTC 📉 $9,756 (-4.14%) / ETH 📉 $174 (-6.59%) / XRP 📉 $0.25 (-4.24%)
|CryptoSlate||Aug 28, 2019|| 3|
Bitcoin dropped $700 in 30 minutes and hit $9,500 after hovering over $10,000 for more than a week.
Earlier this week, Wright lost the Kleiman case and was ordered by a judge to give away half of his Bitcoin holdings to the Kleiman estate.
Josh Rager, a respected crypto trader, noticed a strong relationship between one on-chain metric and the price of Chainlink.
The CEO of Ripple, Brad Garlinghouse, took to Twitter to address the crypto community about the collection of concerns that have been raised about XRP over the last few months.
Central bank of China to launch digital currency within months in fight to retain control over monetary policy
The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) will roll out China’s sovereign digital currency, DC/EP, as early as November this year, distributing it to seven institutions including Alibaba, Tencent, and the four largest banks in the world, two separate sources told Forbes.
A 24-year-old woman in Sydney was found guilty of stealing 100,000 XRP—worth $300,000 at the time of the theft—in January of last year, reported The Sydney Morning Herald.
Wikipedia, the 7th most visited website in the world, is the latest website to join Brave Browser as a verified publisher.
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