Bitcoin in the news

Bitcoin in the news

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A paper published by the Bank of Finland explains why cryptocurrencies will never become a form of money. A Los Angeles bitcoin trader was sentenced Monday to one year in federal prison. Torrent website The Pirate Bay is doubling down on its plan to use visitors’ processing power to mine crypto. Two Nevada men have settled with the SEC over alleged illicit trading of a claimed blockchain company’s stock. A new study suggests that, while many ICOs become inactive soon after launch, there are rewards for investors willing to take a risk. Pan Gongsheng, a vice governor of the People’s Bank of China, has once more issued strong statements on initial coin offerings.

1 billion blockchain fund following an online spat that led to a defamation lawsuit. 100 million to launch an investment fund with a focus on blockchain startups in Israel. The chart above says it all. Indeed, that headline-making development would be the first of many to come for 2017.