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Bitcoin Price USD today live US DOJ investigation

Bitcoin price manipulation under investigation by the Justice Department

May 24th, 2018

The US Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into price manipulation of popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, according to a report from¬†Bloomberg. The investigation appears to be focused on specific and clearly manipulative activities, like spoofing large (but fake) orders in order to trick other traders and move the price. It’s also an open secret …

Crypto price fall, SEC announcement, cryptocurrency news

Crypto prices dive after the SEC promises more regulation

March 7th, 2018

Cryptocurrency’s rollercoaster ride took a sharp downwards swing Wednesday as the Securities and Exchange Commission issued a statement warning against unlicensed crypto exchanges. The commission confirmed that any exchange that allows investors to buy and sell securities — whether that’s boring government bonds or the latest ICO — needs to comply with existing SEC rules …

mining cryptocurrency: Home PC using a Chrome extension

Oh great, even Chrome extensions are mining cryptocurrency now

December 29th, 2017

Unregulated crypto-currencies have soared in value this past year, making a few millionaires and worrying a few hedge fund managers in the process. But crypto-currencies have also been great news for hackers and unscrupulous investors, who can use them for nefarious tricks. One up-and-coming form of malware is called “crypto-jacking,” a process whereby a perfectly …