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Who’s Using The Most Bitcoin ATMs

Bitcoin could become normalised with Bitcoin ATM's ATM's are a normal part of daily lives Bitcoin ATMs are now starting to spread globally with the hope that one day, they will become a normal part of our daily lives. What is a Bitcoin ATM? A Bitcoin ATM is essentially a ‘physical’ machine that users can use to purchase and deposit cryptocurrencies, much in the same way you would with a traditional ATM or cash machine. Since ATMs are a normal part of our daily lives, many believe that the use of Bitcoin ATMs will be key in ensuring a future...

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Bitcoin (BTC) Price Action Remains Puzzling

Bitcoin is on the verge of a major decline but it was here before and the downtrend was delayed. Now that we are close to the beginning of a major downtrend, we are seeing similar manipulation as before. The market makers and the whales have become too comfortable playing these games in the absence of regulation. If anybody complains, they will just chalk it up to volatility and indecisiveness. If this was happening in the stock market, it would be a whole different story. Anyway, the BTC/USD price action remains marred by confusion. We do not have a clear direction...

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Bitcoin (BTC) Manipulation Continues To Confuse Traders Before The Big Move

After the manipulation that resulted in a 43% pump in two days when hundreds of millions of shorts were liquidated, the market makers and whales have become quite comfortable playing these games over and over. Why? There are no consequences! In the absence of regulation the big players keep manipulating the market in ways that I have not seen even in the penny stocks market. Even if regulators were to come down to investigate, they would pay a small fine and it will all be forgotten. The point is, when the stakes are this high; these games will continue to...

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Fake BTC Ads On Facebook To Disappear After Dutch Court Rules It So

Facebook must remove Bitcoin-related fraudulent investment ads after a Dutch billionaire and television producer John de Mol’s lawsuit was ruled by courts.  The Dutch court ruled that the social media giant must remove such BTC-related ads and provide all needed information. As to whether Facebook will actually release this information about the scammers is questionable. Facebook must remove Bitcoin-related fraudulent investment ads after a Dutch billionaire and television producer John de Mol’s lawsuit was ruled by courts this week against the social network. Legal Action According to a Reuters report published on November 11th this week, the billionaire started judicial...

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Abra Crypto Exchange Adds 200-Coin Offering To It’s App

Photo by Marta Branco from Pexels This Is On Top Of It’s $25 Bitcoin Sign-Up Offer There is a major push by crypto exchanges in these early days to get you to join and keep your crypto with them as the market begins to mature. It seems like every day there is a story of exchanges dreaming up new value-added incentives to get you to sign up with their platform. Voyager recently went live with their Bitcoin 3% interest program (on top of their $25 sign-up). Crypto.com announced their $50 sign-up when you stake $50 with their cash-back crypto credit...

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