Popular digital currency bitcoin has already surged 75 percent over the course of 2016—but that’s peanuts compared to 2017.
The finance ministry is delaying the introduction of a bill regulating cryptocurrencies until 2017.
Last week it was Russia. Now, Vietnam is reportedly joining the leagues of countries that will soon legalize virtual currencies like bitcoin.
Finally, some positive news about the digital currency situation in Russia.
Approved. That was the ruling handed down by a Northern California District Court judge, allowing the IRS to require bitcoin wallet service Coinbase.
In Venezuela, a food crisis is happening due to government currency controls that are making it very expensive to buy food from other countries.
Bitcoin to gain further acceptance among online gamblers after Neteller and Skrill announce termination of prepaid MasterCard use in over 100 countries.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has put bitcoin anonymous users under the microscope as they hunt down possible tax evaders.
Popular digital currency is back at $745 as demand surges, driven by concerned investors after the Chinese yuan dropped to its lowest point.