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The New York court reviewing Telegram’s contested coin offering in the U.S. has postponed a scheduled hearing on the case till February. The defendants, Telegram Group and its subsidiary TON Issuer, have been banned from distributing and selling the tokens. Investors who don’t want to wait for the launch of the blockchain project can receive […] The post Court Postpones TON Hearing Till February, Impatient Investors May Get 77% Back appeared first on Bitcoin News .
Bitcoin volumes at the oldest peer to peer trading platform, Localbitcoins, have seen a drastic fall beginning October 1st. In the week ending September 28th, the platform handled nearly $61... The post Local Bitcoin Volumes Plunge After KYC appeared first on Trustnodes.
Former Donald Trump campaign adviser Stephen Moore is planning to launch a stablecoin that is stabilized by a fractional reserve
The following technical analysis will evaluate two different price points that must be broken in order for Bitcoin to turn bearish or bullish. Bitcoin technical analysis For the past, month Bitcoin has been consolidating between $7,800 and $8,600. Every time it reaches the support level it bounces off to the resistance level. But, when it […] The post Bitcoin is signaling a downturn, but there is hope for an upswing appeared first on CryptoSlate.
HTC is launching the Exodus 1s: a $244 smartphone that runs a full Bitcoin node and has an integrated hardware wallet. The post HTC Exodus 1s Gets Shipped With Bitcoin Full Node Feature appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
Students from the Malla Reddy Engineering College for Women in India have created a blockchain-based system for online voting
Cryptocurrency adoption continues as UNICEF unveils plan to accept donations and distribute aid in Ether and Bitcoin
Counter Network has completed the integration for Unstoppable Domains, a simple and easy way to acquire uncensorable blockchain domain names. Through this integration, Counter Network aims to provide a better service and increase convenience for all of our users. Unstoppable Domains (unstoppabledomains.com) is a San Francisco-based company building secure decentralised domains on blockchains. Blockchain domains […] The post Counter Network, the first P2P exchange to integrate UD appeared first on NullTX.
Lightnite targets Fortnite video gamers by integrating the Bitcoin Lightning Network for micropayments. The post Lightnite: Like Fortnite — But With Bitcoin, Powered by Lightning appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
In an unexpected change in careers, the former NBA star Isaac Austin has just recently been accused of duping a company from Ghana almost a million dollars in a new bitcoin scheme. According to GhanaWeb, the ex basketballer lured in victims into investing their cryptocurrency in an automated cryptocurrency trading program run by his company, Isaac Edward Austin and Tudor Trust.  In fact, if you were to take a look at Austin’s LinkedIn page the ex-basketball player is listed as a trustee of the firm but if you were to take a gander at his Twitter page, nothing comes up in his bio nor pictures (private account so unable to view tweets). It’s unknown what the Ghana-based firm is called but they claim that 75 coins were transferred to Austin as the trustee of IEA and Tudor Trust earlier in 2019. Under the agreement, Austin was to pay back the amount with each bitcoin being valued at $11k, a total of $825,000 by July 3rd. Another victim says that the ex-NBA player resorted to excuses whenever demands for payments were made. Investors in the scheme neither the principal nor the returns on such an investment.  “He will take your BTC and you will never get your investment back or your returns. On the day of payment, he will tell you story after story filled with lies of issues why the BTC couldn’t be delivered on the day of payment. From him having a heart attack, to the coin being sent to the wrong wallet, to him being in a queue at the bank, to him waiting for trade to conclude, to the funds being held by the bank.” The African company has lost more than ¾ of a million dollars and has even vowed to take legal action against the former NBA star.  “If payment is not made within the next 48 hours, we reserve the right to take any legal action necessary to recover the full amount without further notice to you.” It will be interesting to see how this situation plays out. For more news on this and other crypto updates, keep it with CryptoDaily!
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