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Square’s Bitcoin (BTC) Profits Jump $500,000 in Q3

US financial service company Square (NYSE:SQ) just announced that its Q3 Bitcoin (BTC) revenue jumped up from its previous earnings in Q2. Square detailed its full company earnings in a shareholder letter released yesterday. In the third quarter of 2018, we continued to drive strong growth at scale. $SQ https://t.co/HPhSMfVgac — Square IR (@SquareIR) November 7, 2018 Bitcoin (BTC) Revenue Q3 2018 Square released a full digest of its total earning and financial activities. The release was far more colorful and interactive than most public companies’ earnings reports. It included various pie charts, graphs, and diagrams, uncommon in the earnings space. Earlier this year, the newly public…

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CBOE Bitcoin (BTC) Futures Reach Record-Low Volatility

Bitcoin (BTC) futures hit record low volatility in October on the US Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), MarketWatch reported yesterday. CBOE Bitcoin (BTC) Futures Kevin Davitt, a Senior instructor at CBOE Options Institute, published a video on November 1st outlining the volatility decline. [embedded content] In the video above, Davitt outlines that the average weekly volatility for XBT-CBOE Bitcoin (BTC) futures on the week ending October 26th was just three percent. This is the lowest level of volatility since the futures contracts launched on December 10th, 2017. As of the first of November, the average weekly XBT high-low range on front-month Bitcoin futures since inception is 15.65%.…

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Morgan Stanley Classes Bitcoin as an Asset

Global investment bank Morgan Stanley has given Bitcoin bulls something to cheers about. The institution has stated that it classes Bitcoin as an institutional investment class. (And the day after Bitcoin’s birthday… how thoughtful) What this means is that it recognizes Bitcoin as a type of asset similar to shares, property, bonds, cash, or commodities. It also means good news for those hoping for a Bitcoin ETF. Research Concludes Bitcoin an Asset The bank’s research division reviewed the last six months of Bitcoin usage. What the researchers discovered was that permanent ledger technologies, hacks, hard forks, Bitcoin competitors, and market volatility have led to a conclusion that…

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Jamie Dimon Knocks Down Bitcoin (BTC), Again

JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE:JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon has always been tough when it comes to his stance on Bitcoin (BTC). Back in September of 2017, Dimon even went as far as calling it a “fraud.” He later retracted his statement and said that he was wrong for calling it a fraud but was still wary of the digital currency. Well, it seems Dimon has something different to say about Bitcoin now. Again. Jamie Dimon vs. Bitcoin (BTC): October 2018 Two days ago at an AXIOS conference, the CEO was asked about changing his mind on Bitcoin, and he said, “I never changed what I said, I just regret…

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California Man Faces Up to Five Years for “Unlicensed” Bitcoin (BTC) Sales

A US citizen from California has just pled guilty in federal court for operating an “unlicensed money business” selling Bitcoin (BTC), called LocalBitcoins.com. The Department of Justice (DoJ) released a press release about the case yesterday, October 29th. Unlicensed Bitcoin (BTC) Sales Jacob Burrell Campos has admitted to selling “hundreds of thousands” of dollars in Bitcoin (BTC) to over 1,000 customers on LocalBitcoins.com. The transactions took place from January 2015 to April 2016. The DoJ has characterized his sales as an unregistered ‘Bitcoin exchange.’ Burrell failed to register his business with the US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) of the US Department of Treasury and did not apply…

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Bitcoin Drop: Bitcoin Loses $200 in 24-hours, Crypto Market Follows

The crypto market is suffering huge losses across the board today. And leading the drop-off is the largest coin by market cap; Bitcoin dropped from over $6,500 to a new two-week low of $6,243 in early trade today. The coin has lost over $200 in a 24-hour period, and as happens more commonly than not, there is no definite reason for the sudden drop.Bitcoin Drop The sudden Bitcoin drop has come somewhat as a surprise. The world’s biggest coin has been hovering between $6,600 and $6,400 for 14-days straight. A stint that has notably been its least volatile period in over a year. But perhaps the Bitcoin drop…

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Elon Musk Tweets About Bitcoin and People are Losing It

It all started with a tweet by Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk. i🖤anime — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 22, 2018 I know, you’re probably wondering, “what does this have to do with Bitcoin?” Let me get to that. Elon Musk and Bitcoin After the anime tweet, a user asked the tech entrepreneur when two-factor authentication would be applied to Tesla accounts, and Musk responded with this tweet. Wanna buy some Bitcoin? 😉😉 pic.twitter.com/9ZbBJ5fuVq — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 22, 2018 Immediately after the tweet, Twitter locked Musk’s account after thinking his account was hacked. Twitter has been flooded with crypto related spam for well over a year now,…

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Small Bitcoin Fee: Only 10 Cents for $194 Million on the Bitcoin Network

According to sources, on October 16th, a Bitcoin user managed to transfer 29,999 BTC with a transaction fee of only $0.10. This amount of Bitcoin equates to $194 million, and a transaction of this magnitude would usually incur bank fees in the tens of thousands of dollars. With such a small Bitcoin fee for such a large transaction, will we see widespread adoption for big over-sea payments? Small Bitcoin Fee Bitcoin transactions are a funny one. Often, complaints roll in by the dozen about the cost of transaction fees because to clear a transaction on such a high-volume network means paying for expensive miners. But this transaction…

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Bitcoin Price: BTC Skyrockets Nearly 10% and Pulls Rest of the Crypto Market Back into the Green

This morning, Bitcoin (BTC) rose almost 10% in less than an hour. After the Bitcoin price jump, investors began dumping money into the other digital assets, causing the market to widely shift green. Bitcoin Price Movement Last week, Bitcoin had its first major sell-off in months, but this morning it rose nearly $600 in less than an hour. Late last week, it looked as if Bitcoin was going to drop just below the $6,000 mark, but it’s now comfortably trading over $6,500. According to CoinMarketCap, Bitcoin (BTC) is trading at $6,655.71 a coin, up 5.48%, in 24 hours. In seven days, BTC is up 0.264%, and for…

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