Even though it makes the most hardware
China’s state planner has put bitcoin mining on a draft list of industrial activities the agency is seeking to stop.
For banking clients
IBM is taking its banking clients a step closer to cryptocurrency.
deVere Group sees hope
Bitcoin is finally on the verge of breaking out of the bearish sentiment that has gripped the cryptocurrency market, affirms the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.
...because its founder died.
A cryptocurrency exchange in Canada has lost control of at least $137 million of its customers' assets following the sudden death of its founder.
A law firm in Los Angeles, California, is encouraging investors who lost more than $100,000 by pouring money into Nvidia shares to contact the agency for participation in a possible class-action lawsuit.
Lost a quarter of its value in a week
It is starting to look like the Bitcoin bubble has burst and not even the UK is thinking of regulating the currency.
Riders of the Apocalypse ride forth
Juniper Research is warning that many of the metrics in the cryptocurrency world are pointing to a market implosion.
Is manipulation the name of the game?
The US Justice Department has opened a case which might end up with criminal charges.
Not following AMD
While AMD is starting to make more products available to meet the demand for GPU cryptocurrency mining operations, Nvidia thinks that the craze will be flat soon.
We shouldn't be surprised, but GPU sales have skyrocketed over the last few quarters. Our colleagues from the press have criticized AMD for Radeon Vega, but AMD sold every single one. Once the market sucked all Radeons, it went for Geforce GTX 1060, 1070, 1080 so pretty much anything that can mine well.