Dec 07, 2017
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The popular online gaming platform Steam is dropping its bitcoin payments option more than a year after it first began accepting the cryptocurrency.
Hyper-volatility means transaction fees can hit $20 – if they go through before the price of Bitcoin changes
Valve no longer accepts the crytocurrency as a form of payment, and here's why.
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With CBOE set to roll out Bitcoin futures trading Monday morning, the exchange announced this that the margin requirements have risen from 33% to 44% due to Bitcoin's recent extreme volatility.
Price discovery would be a lot quicker if extreme views were squeezed out of the market.
XBT/F8, the main bitcoin futures contract listed on the CBOE’s trading platform, is being traded at over $18,210, with a premium of $1,960.
CBOE says Bitcoin futures trading was smooth following launch, despite website problems.
Investors in the local cryptocurrency exchange market have outraged over Bitcoin Platinum, an alleged scam created by a South Korean teenager.
Bitcoin to hit $100,000 says Dave Chapman of Octagon Strategy.
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