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Bitcoin Rallies to 60-Day High as Good News Abounds

Is Bitcoin back on track? It's a question that's been asked before but the past couple of months have been particularly good (or at least not bad) for the cryptocurrency market. As a result Bitcoin (the most popular cryptocurrency) reached a two-month high this week. As Forbes reports, Bitcoin managed...

Opera Mobile Browser Introduces Crypto Wallet Feature

These days it seems that one of the quickest ways to get attention for your company is to utter the words "blockchain" or "cryptocurrency." While some have used this reality to fuel various gimmicks and promotions (see: Oscar Meyer), others have managed to integrate crypto into their existing products in a...

Protecting Your Devices From Cryptojacking

Editor's note: This is a post from the Federal Trade Commission that we think is of interest to Dyer News readers. Instead of min(d)ing their own business, are scammers using your computer as their virtual ATM? Three years ago, the FTC warned the public and took action against cryptojacking. That’s where scammers use your...

Monaco Acquires Crypto.com Domain, Rebrands to URL Moniker

Despite owner Matt Blaze insisting that the domain he registered back in 1993 was not for sale, the prized Crypto.com URL now has a new owner. According to TechCrunch, the Hong Kong-based company Monaco has taken the domain off Blaze's hands for an undisclosed figure (some experts suggest the price...

Facebook Reverses Cryptocurrency Ad Policy

Whether or not Facebook's latest move signals a larger embrace of cryptocurrencies remains to be seen. Still the decision could help lead a new trend that begins to rehabilitate crypto's image after a string of bad press.

Square Gets Big Bitcoin Approval

Both Square and Bitcoin got some good news this week as the former's Cash app was granted regulatory approval to trade the cryptocurrency in the state of New York. The announcement comes as the Empire State was a notable holdout in allowing Cash users to buy and sell Bitcoin dispute...

Crypto Market Hit By Another Hack

As we've hit on before, one of the problems that has emerged with cryptocurrency is that, while some investors see Bitcoin as a "get rich quick" opportunity, the road is proving much more difficult this year than last.

Ripple CEO Says Multiple Banks Will Use the Cryptocurrency Next Year

While Ripple also has the ability to aid international transactions without the use of cryptocurrencies, it seems that the company is still pushing tokens as an even better solution. As a result those interested in the crypto space will certainly want to keep an eye on Ripple, xRapid, and XRP.