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India’s Finance Minister holds meeting to discuss risks and involves bitcoin.


The Finance Minister of India has an interministerial meeting today to examine risks related to virtual currencies such as bitcoin. According to local reports, Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley convened an interministerial meeting to discuss risks related to virtual currencies. The meeting was attended by several senior decision makers, including the Indian IT Minister, Minister

Change.org urges Amazon to accept Bitcoin.


For bitcoin to gain dominant acceptance as currency, it is vital that cryptocurrency advocates convince retailers to begin accepting payments with bitcoin. It is also necessary for people to start making payments with bitcoin in those businesses, that is to let bitcoin know in practice as a payment option. Fortunately, many retailers have proven to

According to South Korean officials: there is speculation with Bitcoin and Ethereum, in the middle of the ICO Boom.


The growing gains made by cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum in recent times are based on speculation rather than investment, according to South Korean government officials. This is a statement that moves to reflection and that users can see as a threat that looms over the ecosystem. Therefore, there is some concern that in

Oil giants will market Oil over Blockchain.


Every day there is good news for the technology that will revolutionize this new century, companies already have very good examples where blockchain technology already has a seat of honor and companies want to use them to save large amounts of economic resources, which are becoming more Few The underlying technology of bitcoin as it

European Central Bank proposes that it is necessary to supervise Blockchain Tech.


Mario Draghi has said that the European Central Bank (ECB) is closely following distributed ledgers as the blockchain within payment systems to ensure that risks do not occur that could fragment the market. Speaking at the hearing of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, Draghi said fintech’s most active innovation field, which could