The most well-known cryptocurrency, based on the proof-of-work blockchain. Bitcoin was created in 2009 by a mysterious creator, Satoshi Nakomoto, and its technology outlined by the white paper titled “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.”

Bitcoin Plunges to $56K Due to Weakening Trading Volume
As Bitcoin's price has been hovering around $60K for a long time, the spot market has been in a weak state, causing BTC to fall to $56K.
Blockchain Based Ad Networks Represent the Future of Advertising
The crypto vertical is a highly converting arena for ad marketing networks. They heavily push crypto to their network of affiliates, taking on a variety of digital exchanges and wallets on the advertiser side of the equation.
The End of Bitcoin: Which Cryptocurrencies will survive a future crash?
During the Covid crisis, casual investors started to swap stocks and shares and even golf for investment in cryptocurrency, with Bitcoin and other altcoins like Ethereum proving to be hugely popular.
Bitcoin Surges Higher as Visa Announces It Will Soon Support USDC Stablecoin
After Visa announced that it will support USDC as a settlement currency on its network, Bitcoin broke the resistance level of $55K and topped $58K.
Making Sense of the Cryptocurrency Market as a Beginner
The cryptocurrency industry can be a daunting place for beginners. Given the breakneck pace of development, sheer number of cryptocurrencies, and staggering wealth of information available, it’s not easy to keep up.
Blockchain Finance Forum: Europe 2021
The Forum will count on 30+ expert speakers from well-known organisations like the European Commission, Swiss National Bank, European Banking Federation, the British Blockchain Association, European Blockchain Partnership, Deutsche Bank, Aviva and many more
Bitcoin Anonymity
More than ten years ago, Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin. The aim was to come up with a financial system that included no third-party intermediaries and that’s owned by everyone and no one. Another reason behind Bitcoin’s creation, however, was anonymously transferring funds.
Why Bitcoin Traders Are Continuously Buying the Dip
Bitcoin (BTC) fell below the important support level of $52,000 yesterday, dropping to a low of $50,360.
Bitcoin Needs to Hold the $50-52k Area to Avoid Dipping to $40,000, says Crypto Trader
Crypto trader Credible Crypto believes Bitcoin bulls have a task at hand of putting a shield at the $50,000 to $52,000 price level because failure to which a journey towards $40,000 might be unavoidable
Weakening of CoinShares Capital Inflows Causes the Price of Bitcoin to Fall
Traders tried multiple attempts to push BTC to $60,000 but were rejected and failed to stabilize this level and fell sharply yesterday, reaching a minimum of $53,715.

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