Weiss Ratings: Bitcoin Correction The Best Buying Opportunity Since 2015

Weiss Ratings believes that bitcoin price surging to $8,373 will open the doors to a once in a lifetime purchasing opportunity. Weiss Says Buy the Dip On Thursday Weiss Ratings tweeted that Bitcoin’s current technical setup presents the best purchasing

Telecom Giant AT&T Now Accepts Bitcoin Payments

On May 23, telecom giant AT&T announced that customers can now pay their bills through Bitpay. The firm has become the first major U.S. mobile and landline carrier to accept BCH and BTC for payments. Also Read: US Copyright Office

AT&T Now Accepts Bitcoin – The Bitcoin News

AT&T customers can now use bitcoin to settle their bills online. According to a press release from the Dallas-based mobile carrier, customers who want to use cryptocurrency to pay their bills can do so by selecting BitPay as a payment

AT&T Will Now Accept Bitcoin For Your Phone Bill

US-based mobile users can now use bitcoin and cryptocurrency to pay their bill thanks to a new partnership between AT&T and BitPay. AT&T Will Take Your Bitcoin Bitcoin’s path to mass adoption continues forward as major US telecom giant AT&T

The Cryptocurrency Market Has Become a Casino

Crypto trading has always entailed a blend of skill and good fortune, but in the frothy markets of 2019, that weighting is skewed heavily in favor of the latter. Fundamentals go out the window when there’s a surety that the

Russian Central Bank ‘Would Consider’ Creating Gold-Backed Cryptocurrency

Russia’s central bank would consider creating a new cryptocurrency backed by gold for international settlements. Gold-Backed Crypto Could Have Use In Settlements That was the latest information to come from Elvira Nabiullina, head of the Bank of Russia, speaking to

Founder of Defunct Cryptopia Launches New Crypto Exchange

The founder of defunct cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia, which entered liquidation following a hack in January 2019, has launched a new exchange called Assetylene. The LinkedIn employment history for the founder of the failed New Zealand exchange, Adam Clark, indicates that