CryptoSlate Recap | Bitcoin could counter the IMF's proposed negative interest rates | Five most prolific 51% attacks in crypto
BTC: $5474.52 / ETH: 163.30 / XRP: $0.29 / BCH: $ 272.57 / LTC: $72.34
|CryptoSlate||Apr 24, 2019|| 5|
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The bitcoin price has surged by a staggering 40 percent in the past 30 days.
Five most prolific 51% attacks in crypto: Verge, Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin Gold, Feathercoin, Vertcoin
51% attacks are a cryptocurrency’s worst nightmare.
The crypto winter might be over. Bitcoin (BTC), the pioneer cryptocurrency, has formed its first golden cross since Oct. 27, 2015.
HIVE Blockchain Technologies, a publicly traded crypto mining company in Canada, demanded $50 million from Genesis Mining for alleged breach of contract.
In a February blog post, economists from the IMF proposed a policy that taxes bank deposits instead of allowing them to accumulate interest.
Jake Chervinsky, a prominent securities lawyer in Washington D.C., is surprised by the very few number of pending ICO lawsuits.
John McAfee says he knows the true identity of Satoshi–and it’s not Craig Wright.
Jimmy Song says this is the biggest indication we are out of the bear market.
What has happened to the price of BTC and BCH since the infamous August 2017 split? Well, one is up and one is down.
The QuadrigaCX exchange mystery deepens.
Mark Yusko, founder and CEO of Morgan Creek Capital Management, says we are in the equivalent of 1995 when it comes to blockchain adoption.
Steve ₿ @ProofOfSteveWhen #Internet was first used they thought it wouldn't go beyond an encyclopedia. We didn't have all the answers. #Blockchain & #Bitcoin will develop use cases we can't fathom. Be patient & sure the smartest people in the world are working on it. Answers will come as we evolve. https://t.co/LvlQ1JMcqJ
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