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UK Regulator Exposes HYIP Scheme

UK Regulator Exposes Crypto and Binary Options HYIP Scheme

The HYIP scheme stands for. High Yielding Investment Program is a type of Ponzi scheme. The UK financial regulatory body is investigating the 87 companies that are previously held under investigation by the FCA. The 87 crypto companies names have not yet confirmed neither does FCA is willing to let …

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Cryptocrash :Is Bakkt To Be Blamed?

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    Bakkt, the ‘optimistic backbone’ for bitcoin proved to be futile as bitcoin has started watching a nasty decline in the very same weak of bakkt’s stepping into the market. The launch of Bakkt was supposed to be a catalyst for the crypto market to escalate into a much …

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Bakkt’s launch is going to give a boost to Bitcoin (BTC)

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As of writing this article Bitcoin was trading at $10.677.1 United States dollars (USD) and was going and upward and positive growth of 2.71 percent. The market cap of the coin was $190.40 billion United States dollars (USD) and the market supply of the coin was 17.83 million. Bitcoin (BTC) …

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Price of Bitcoin escalated high elapses $11k in August,2019

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After having a fourth cheerful day in a cordon, the price of bitcoin escalated above $11,000 per bitcoin in a continuance of the last 24 hour. The pre-eminent cryptocurrencies total market cap is $283 billion, which are all in green as the Bitcoin price escalated 8%. The price of Bitcoin …

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Richard Heart’s High Interest Blockchain Cryptocurrency, HEX Coin

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What’s the main use of Bitcoin? Well, most commonly it is used to store the value and none can do this better than Bitcoin. But according to the early adopter of Bitcoin, Richard Heart, there might be some other better way to store cryptocurrency. He look at it as there …

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Cryptocurrency in the cash payment limit of $10,000 as per Australian’s bill?

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  The Australian government has made an announcement in the 2018-2019 budgets, that it would soon introduce a cash payment nationwide with the limit of $10,000 which will be accepted by the businesses for the goods and services or for the payments made. Transaction of minimum $10,000 or more than …

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