The last years haven’t been stable for most Bitcoin miners worldwide, and 2022 didn’t start very well either. Where are they now, then?
After five years, U.S. authorities managed to seize $3.6 billion in Bitcoin from the Bitfinex hack. But who will keep that money now?
U.S. lawmakers and authorities are aiming for tighter crypto regulations in 2022, starting from February. But not everything is bad.
The update Taproot was activated on Bitcoin. Now, users can enjoy a network with more speed, more privacy, and lower fees.
After a lot of rejections, the U.S. SEC approved their first Bitcoin ETF. As a result, Bitcoin seems to be going to a new price record.
Finally, China banned all the crypto-related activities inside its territory. How can this affect the cryptocurrency market overseas?
China finally implemented a full ban on Bitcoin and cryptos. Meanwhile, Twitter just adopted Bitcoin as a payment method for its tip feature.
A great Bitcoin mining exodus from China is happening. The miners are looking for options worldwide: which countries can they choose?