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Bitcoin

China’s Anhui province begins its clampdown on Bitcoin (BTC) mining

Eastern China’s Anhui province became the latest regional county to ban Bitcoin mining in the country, weeks after the government unleashed a harsh plan to stamp out the activity in the nation, reported news outlet Reuters this morning. Anhui stamps out crypto mines Anhui, known among tourists for its low-hanging clouds, distinctive granite rocks, and […]Read More

Bitcoin

Bank Begins Blocking Shares Of Companies Who Buy Bitcoin

At the height of the last so-called Bitcoin “bubble” banks began feeling the crunch of coming competition and began blocking transactions related to “virtual currencies.” But as we’ve seen as of late, banks are finally coming around along with the rest of the finance world.  However, not all banks are hopping on the bandwagon, and […]Read More

Bitcoin

Bitcoin Sees Mounting Strength as Next Parabolic Wave Begins

Bitcoin has seen some promising signs of strength throughout the past few days and weeks The cryptocurrency has secured what appears to be a strong foothold above $50,000, which comes as many altcoins show signs of immense strength Where the market trends next will undoubtedly depend largely on whether or not BTC can maintain its […]Read More

Market

A Bullish ($1 Million) Bitcoin Forecast as Year of Ox

Editor’s Note: Happy Chinese Lunar New Year! First Mover will not publish on Monday, February 15, which is Presidents’ Day in the U.S. Cryptocurrency markets will be open, as they always are. Price Point Bitcoin (BTC) was lower, after pushing early Friday to a new all-time high price of $48,925, based on CoinDesk pricing.  Market […]Read More

Blockchain

Linzhi Begins Roll-Out of Ethereum Miner ‘Phoenix’

Ethereum’s mining competition just got a bit hotter, even as the second-largest blockchain by market cap has begun the formal process of getting rid of its dependency on the industry all together. Shenzhen, China-based mining firm Linzhi Inc. has begun rolling out a new Ethereum ASIC miner dubbed the Phoenix, reportedly three times more powerful […]Read More