Why is Bitcoin dropping today again? With all the hysteria in recent weeks, any negative news will easily spook cryptocurrency investors. The latest FUD news came out of India yesterday, when their finance minister, Arun Jaitley, said in his speech that cryptocurrencies in its current form will not be a legal tender and Indian government
Anytime news comes out about certain cryptocurrency exchanges freezing assets or halting withdrawals, the crypto market gets super spooked. It happened last week with Coincheck, the Japanese exchange that suffered a $530M cryptocurrency heist. Now the investors are on pins and needles again after the European crypto exchange Bitgrail suspended all withdrawals of assets except
Facebook announced it is banning all advertisements involving Bitcoin and all other cryptocurrencies, that also includes all ICO related advertisements. On a company blog post, from its Product Management Director, Rob Leathern, Facebook wants “people to continue to discover and learn about new products and services through Facebook ads without fear of scams or deception.
Whether you are a Bitcoin hodler since the stone age or a noobie investor, you are not happy about the Bitcoin performance over the past month. But don’t worry, we got some good news for you. Bitcoin price will reach $16,000 by the end of February. To be conservative, our prediction has Bitcoin going