Tagged: bitcoin transactions

Bitcoin focused Tech Startup Casa Removes Email Dependency from BTC Hardware Wallets, Announces other Updates following its Seed Round

Bitcoin-focused tech startup Casa notes that “hot on the trail” of their recent $4 million fundraising announcement, they are pleased to announce another set of product enhancements Casa confirmed that they’ve now removed the email “dependency” from Bitcoin hardware wallet signing – so users are… Read More

Bitcoin Is “Extremely Inefficient” when Used to Settle Financial Transactions, US Treasury Sec Janet Yellen Argues

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen stated on Monday (February 22, 2021) that Bitcoin is an “extremely inefficient” way to settle financial transactions. Yellen commented on how the digital currency’s price fell sharply (as usual) during morning trading hours, but then stayed above the $53,000 mark… Read More

Nigerian Senate Admits they Can’t Ban or Control Pseudonymous Bitcoin (BTC) Transactions

A Nigerian crypto trader is claiming that they sold off all their coins (crypto-assets) following the government’s directives regarding cryptocurrencies. The trader also noted that they’ve now withdrawn all their proceeds, but they haven’t “seen a dime” in their bank account and it’s been more… Read More

There were Over 1 Million Active Bitcoin Addresses in December 2020, Number of BTC Payments Increased Signficantly: Report

The team at Blockchain.com, a leading crypto wallet provider, trading platform, and block explorer service, notes that every month, they look at on-chain (blockchain) data to examine “interesting trends or movements” on the Bitcoin (BTC) network. The daily number of BTC transactions in December 2020… Read More

Chinese Authorities Continue to Recognize Bitcoin (BTC) as A Digital Asset Entitled to Protection Under the Law in Latest Court Case

The Shanghai No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court made a public announcement on May 6, 2020, about an appeal involving a Bitcoin (BTC) foreign property damage compensation dispute. The second Court trial’s investigation into the matter confirmed that Bitcoin may be considered a digital asset. Therefore,… Read More

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