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Will Starbucks Make Buying Coffee with Bitcoin (BTC) Easier?

Bitcoin for coffee. It has a nice ring to it. But actually using Bitcoin (BTC) to buy coffee? Turns into a big mess real fast. However, that might be about to change. Starbucks just hinted that it might soon have a way to make using BTC to pay for coffee a whole lot easier for its loyalists. Bitcoin for Coffee Currently, it’s possible to buy Starbucks coffee with Bitcoin, but it isn’t an easy process. The global coffee giant in the past teamed up with Square, which accepts Bitcoin. However, it isn’t as easy as whipping out your iPhone and paying with the Starbucks app or even…

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Bitcoin [BTC] Google Searches Down 75% in Six Months

Bitcoin (BTC) – Web searches for the word ‘Bitcoin’ have dropped around 75% since the beginning of 2018, according to Google Trends. Source: GoogleTrends Google Trends analyzes different ‘periods of popularity’ for individual web searches. The value of ‘100’ on their site is given to a specific term that is being searched at its peak of popularity. Bitcoin (BTC) reached its all-time record high of $20,000 a coin in mid-December 2017 and has been dropping ever since. >> Bitcoin Price Manipulation? Bull or Bear? Before Tom Lee, Nick Colas was the first Wall Street analyst to cover Bitcoin back in 2013, and he is bearish on BTC…

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Bitcoin Price: Bitcoin Continues to Flirt with the $8000 Mark

Bitcoin Price (BTC) is largely controlled by trader’s sentiments regarding the future fundamentals of cryptocurrency markets. Trader’s sentiments have been improving sharply in crypto markets over the last week, driven by bullish price predictions and regulator input to control unfair practices. Rather contrary to the previous precedent of “going against” government interference and regulation,  the management of Ripple (the third largest cryptocurrency), has invited the government to play their role in cryptocurrency markets. “We’re at that time now where we need more clarity and rules, and we need more certainty. It’s a good time to start revisiting that ‘wait and see’ approach taken by regulators,” Ryan Zagone,…

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