Bitcoin’s SegWit2x fork is canceled. This means a hard fork will not be occurring at at block 494,784 (which was expected Nov. 16).
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Goldman Sachs has been on-point predicting Bitcoin’s price. Yet again they got it right. Bitcoin went to $7,900 for a moment today Nov. 8, 2017 like Goldman projected. Nice!
Over $200 million in Ether has been locked inside some multi-signature wallets that use the Parity service. This occurred due to a few coding mishaps.
A major South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Coinone added Litecoin to its trading platform. The result has been an increase in Litecoin’s price.
Despite being somewhat unclear on other forks, there was a press release from Greyscale that discussed Bitcoin Cash distributions for GBTC shareholders.
GBTC could cause major problems by being unclear on what it plans to do with the Bitcoin forks. There is only one answer, HOLD all coins in the trust.
At block 494,784 (estimated to occur Nov. 16) Bitcoin will fork in two. Bitcoin holders will get 1 Bitcoin Segwit2x for every Bitcoin they own. That is a big reward, but there are risks.
The internet is buzzing with two ideas 1. Bitconnect is a great opportunity and 2. Bitconnect is a scam. Is Bitconnect a good deal, is it a scam, is it both?
On Oct. 31st it was announced that the CME group plans to offer Bitcoin futures trading.
As cryptocurrency becomes more popular, more and more scammers come out of the woodwork.