Nov 28, 2017
The price of bitcoin surged past $9,500 over the weekend for the first time, a rise of nearly 900% this year. Its rise is only getting faster.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/BybNZNb
Bitcoin price has surged on the Zimbabwean exchange following a successful military coup d'état.
Bitcoin's rally is showing no signs of abating after prices surged to record levels over the weekend.
Bitcoin is trading at $13,500 in Zimbabwe after military coup, at double the price on international exchanges due to shortage of hard currency.
Litecoin prices have surged over the past 24 hours, reaching a new all-time high following a month of sideways trading.
Wondering when the best time to buy Bitcoin is? Bitcoin price surging to $6,000 and then dropping to nearly $5,300 can give you some clues on when to enter the market.
Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman says the price of bitcoin is helped by the fact that no one understands it.
The cryptocurrency’s staggering price rises – more than 1,700 per cent since the start of the year – have driven worries that the market is a bubble that could burst in spectacular fashion
GMO Internet will pay portion of salaries in the cryptocurrency – whose prices have recently surged – from February
A federal judge in Pennsylvania has temporarily blocked implementation of the Trump administration’s new birth-control rules, which create broad religious and moral exemptions for employers seeking not to provide employees contraceptive health coverage.
The number of Americans severely behind on payments on federal student loans reached 4.6 million in the third quarter, a doubling from four years ago, despite a historically long stretch of U.S. job creation.
The spouses of highly skilled foreign workers would no longer be able to work legally in the U.S. under a regulatory change proposed by the Trump administration Thursday.
Bitcoin has had an extraordinary year to date, but if you were to go back to 2010, you can see the real growth is has gone through.
The texts, sent by Peter Strzok and Lisa Page from 2015 to 2016, expressed disdain for then-candidate Donald Trump and some top Democrats.
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