Latest Crypto News

Cryptocurrencies allow users to make fast and secure online transactions. Because of them we can make easy payments directly between the buyer and the seller, without the need of a third-party, like for example, a bank.

Cryptocurrency transactions require minimal processing fees, which allows users to avoid the large fees charged by most banks and financial institutions.

With a law, India plans lasting ban on cryptos

NEW DELHI: India is looking to introduce a law to ban cryptocurrencies, as the government sees a legal framework as being more effective than a circular from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in this regard. “A note has been moved (by the finance ministry) for inter-ministerial consultations,” a senior government official told ET.

Bitcoin Price Rises 3% as Gold Trades Above $2K for First Time

Bitcoin is again acting like a macro asset, drawing bids amid a record rally in gold and a broad-based sell-off in the U.S. dollar.
Bitcoin may see stronger gains in the future, as it looks relatively cheap with prices still down 43% from the record high of $20,000 reached in December 2017.