cryptocurrencies

In a first for cryptocurrencies, Visa to settle Ethereum transaction using dollar-backed USD Coin

In a first for cryptocurrencies, Visa to settle Ethereum transaction using dollar-backed USD Coin

Visa becomes first in the industry to allow settlement of cryptocurrency transaction in their network. It allows the use of USD Coin (USD...Read More

RBI flags major concerns over cryptocurrency

RBI flags major concerns over cryptocurrency

The Governor said that digital currency is one thing and the cryptocurrencies which are being traded in the market is something else.

Bitcoin slumps below $51,600, even Elon Musk’s Tesla accepting Bitcoin for cars didn't help

Bitcoin slumps below $51,600, even Elon Musk’s Tesla accepting Bitcoin for cars didn't help

There was a slump in the value of Bitcoin, after US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that investing in cryptocurrencies, a spe...Read More

From USD 61,000-mark to a low of USD 53,350 in two days: Is India moving Bitcoin’s valuation?

From USD 61,000-mark to a low of USD 53,350 in two days: Is India moving Bitcoin’s valuation?

On March 14, bitcoin traded at a new high of USD 61,556.59 mainly due to US President Joe Biden announcing USD 1.9 trillion fiscal stimul...Read More

FM Nirmala Sitharaman leans slightly towards blockchain, bitcoins or cryptocurrency

FM Nirmala Sitharaman leans slightly towards blockchain, bitcoins or cryptocurrency

The fear that Indian government is inclined towards a complete ban on cryptocurrency was put to rest by the finance minister Nirmala Sit...Read More

The Future of Banking: What is the connection between Bretton Woods & Blockhain?

The Future of Banking: What is the connection between Bretton Woods & Blockhain?

The concept of money is undergoing a virtual revolution. There is a call to democratise the value of currency. But what are the implicati...Read More

Cryptocurrencies debated day-in and day-out by the government:  Financial Services Secretary Debasish Panda

Cryptocurrencies debated day-in and day-out by the government: Financial Services Secretary Debasish Panda

The government is alive and aware about various issues around the cryptocurrencies and will take a considered view on the issues, Financi...Read More

RBI has major concerns about cryptocurrencies, says RBI governor Shaktikanta Das

RBI has major concerns about cryptocurrencies, says RBI governor Shaktikanta Das

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is not very open about cryptocurrencies but very much interested in blockchain technology. This was conve...Read More

Cryptocurrencies in red: Bitcoin slumps to $47,780 from all-time high of $58,332 after Elon Musk’s tweet

Cryptocurrencies in red: Bitcoin slumps to $47,780 from all-time high of $58,332 after Elon Musk’s tweet

After a good run, popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin witnessed a slump in valuation after Tesla founder Elon Musk posted a tweet. From touchi...Read More

Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin touches new high of $56,563; Kiss' frontman buys Cardano's ADA worth $300,000

Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin touches new high of $56,563; Kiss' frontman buys Cardano's ADA worth $300,000

Cryptocurrency Bitcoin touched an all-time high of $56,563.72 on February 20 at 2.39 am (GMT), according to Coindesk. This currency has s...Read More

Mastercard to allow only stable cryptocurrency transactions via its network before 2021-end

Mastercard to allow only stable cryptocurrency transactions via its network before 2021-end

American multinational financial services Mastercard will allow transactions of select cryptocurrencies directly through their network be...Read More

Bitcoin crosses $ 40K mark, doubling in less than a month

Bitcoin crosses $ 40K mark, doubling in less than a month

It's been a wild ride for bitcoin the last three years. The digital currency made its big Wall Street debut in December 2017, when the ma...Read More

From Bitcoin to Ethereum: How top 5 cryptocurrencies fared in 2020

From Bitcoin to Ethereum: How top 5 cryptocurrencies fared in 2020

Various portals have different rankings for cryptocurrencies, but the top three remains Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.

Dealing in cryptocurrencies in India? Draft law proposes 10-yr jail

Dealing in cryptocurrencies in India? Draft law proposes 10-yr jail

Holding, selling or dealing in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin could soon land you in jail for 10 years. The "Banning of Cryptocurrency ...Read More

Iran bans banks from using cryptocurrencies

Iran bans banks from using cryptocurrencies

Tehran: Iran banned the use of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies by banks and financial institutions on Monday amid ongoing debate over ...Read More

Important to build robust, comprehensive framework to regulate crypto space: Koinex CEO Rahul Raj

Important to build robust, comprehensive framework to regulate crypto space: Koinex CEO Rahul Raj

New Delhi: Cryptocurrencies have gained a lot of traction and acceptability among market participants. India is becoming one of the bigge...Read More

Bitcoin investors in tight spot as I-T department issues one lakh notices

Bitcoin investors in tight spot as I-T department issues one lakh notices

New Delhi : The Indian Income Tax Department has issued about one lakh notices to people who have invested in cryptocurrencies, like Bitc...Read More

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India sounds the alarm on bitcoins

New Delhi : Noting that virtual currencies like Bitcoin have no “intrinsic value”, the Indian government on Friday sounded the alarm on t...Read More

Bitcoin craze: Amitabh Bachchan gets over USD 100 million top-up; wiped out in days

Bitcoin craze: Amitabh Bachchan gets over USD 100 million top-up; wiped out in days

New Delhi/New York: The crazy swings of Bitcoin prices added more than USD 100 million to megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s fortunes within day...Read More

Bitcoin-mania: All you need to know about investing in cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin-mania: All you need to know about investing in cryptocurrencies

Nikunj Gandhi decodes the perils and ower of investing in cryptocurrencies, and why you should tread cautiously before putting your money...Read More

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