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    ****** Banks Force Customers to Promise Not to Use Bitcoin

    Following new regulatory measures from the Reserve Bank of India prohibiting banks from providing services to cryptocurrency businesses, some ****** banks are taking drastic measures to discourage cryptocurrency adoption, reportedly requiring customers to sign contracts stating that they will not use cryptocurrencies of any kind as part of their new terms of service agreement.

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    The new measures effectively force customers to choose between banks and crypto, perhaps a difficult decision for many supporters of the fledgling cryptocurrency movement. While many hope to see cryptocurrency overtake traditional banking entirely, the infrastructure to do that simply isn’t there at the moment, and actions such as these carried out by banks on a large scale only make it more difficult to foster adoption – which, of course, is likely the point.

    @DesiCryptoHodlr or “Indian Crypto Girl” on Twitter posted an image of the terms and conditions required by Kotak Mahindra Bank as an example of the new, strict measures being taken against cryptocurrency users.

    The bank asks users to declare that they “will not deal with any transactions related to Crypto-currency including Bitcoins,” adding that the Bank reserves the right to close their account if they should breach the agreement.

    Similar warnings are displayed on the bank’s ATM screens:

    Virtual currencies (VCs) are not legal tender and do not have any regulatory permission or protection in India. We request you not to make transactions involving any VCs from any of your account/s. For any such transactions, the bank shall be acting in accordance with the regulatory guidelines which include closing your account without further intimation.

    The bank claims to be acting in accordance with IRB regulations, and Crypto Girl stated on Twitter that this is just one of many banks forcing their customers to swear off crypto if they want banking services. Another Twitter user @IAmCryptoLegend commented in the thread to say that that banks are implementing similar measures in neighboring Pakistan.

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    VC Investor Tim Draper Made $89M From His Bitcoin Investment in 5 Years

    Billionaire venture capital investor Tim Draper has made $89.1 million from his Bitcoin investment in less than five years.

    In 2014, Tim Draper purchased a bulk of 30,000 BTC from the U.S. authorities in an auction. He outbid all participating investors by paying $632 per Bitcoin, with a slight premium.

    The $18.96 million he spent in 2014 is now worth $108 million despite the 80 percent correction the dominant cryptocurrency experienced in the past 12 months.

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    Following $5 Billion Crypto Drop, Traders See Weakness in Bitcoin

    On January 13, the crypto market initiated an intense sell-off as the Bitcoin price fell below the $3,500 mark.

    The weakness in the short-term price trend of BTC led the market to demonstrate volatility on the downside. More than $5 billion was wiped out of the crypto market and major assets like Ethereum recorded a six percent drop.

    Generally, both analysts and traders expect Bitcoin to fall to the low $3,000 region in the days to come. Some have suggested that a strong buy wall below the $3,000 mark may allow the dominant cryptocurrency to recover, implying that a 10 percent fall remains a possibility.

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    Bitcoin Hovers Just Above $3,600 as Crypto Markets See Another Slump

    Tuesday, Jan. 15 — following a brief period of recovery yesterday, all of the top 20 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization are falling again. The only exception to this are two stablecoins Tether (USDT) and USD Coin (USDC), which are currently in the green.

    As of press time, Bitcoin (BTC) is down 2.34 percent on the day, to trade at $3,615. The leading cryptocurrency started the day above the psychological threshold of $3,700, while on the weekly chart the highest price point was registered on Jan. 9 at $4,107.

    The second largest cryptocurrency by market cap, Ripple (XRP) has lost almost 3 percent of its value over the last 24 hours, currently trading at around $0.32. XRP did not experience significant price fluctuations today, but it is significantly down from the intraweek high of $0.38 seen on Jan. 9.

    Ethereum (ETH) — which is currently ranked the third largest crypto by market cap — is suffering a slump, having lost around 7.5 percent over the last 24 hours. At press time, the altcoin is trading at around $119.

    As Cointelegraph reported earlier, Ethereum’s much-anticipated Constantinople upgrade has been delayed until at least the next week, following the discovery of a critical security vulnerability that it could unexpectedly introduce to the network.

    All of the other top 20 cryptocurrencies are also firmly in the red, displaying dips ranging from two to over 7 percent. The sole exception are stablecoins USDT and USDC, which are up by 0.06 and 0.45 percent respectively, according to CoinMarketCap data.

    The total crypto market capitalization is around $120.5 billion at press time, down from its intra-week high of $138.6 billion.

    A Jan. 14 report by research firm Diar has shown that cryptocurrency exchanges have closed 2018 with “record transacting volumes.” Both the number of trades and the trade volume have purportedly significantly increased on major crypto exchanges in 2018,

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    Fake BBC News page used to promote Bitcoin-themed scheme

    The spoof page references a Bitcoin-themed documentary broadcast by Panorama last year, but links on the page direct visitors to a site promising to make them a millionaire.

    Reports indicate that the fake page is being spread via emails sent from hacked accounts.

    A spokesman for the BBC said it is looking into how best to respond.

    The Financial Conduct Authority has previously issued a warning about an earlier scheme run under the same Bitcoin Trader branding that features in the latest effort.

    This is not the first time an attempt has been made to link the brand to the BBC.

    Last year, adverts appeared on social media and elsewhere falsely claiming that a trading platform operating under the same name had been backed by several of Dragons' Den's stars.

    Two of the show's entrepreneurs - Deborah Meaden and Peter Jones - subsequently issued denials.

    Ads also claimed that Lord Alan Sugar had quit The Apprentice to help promote its software, leading the businessman to tweet that he had contacted the police.

    In addition, the former BBC journalist Martin Lewis - who now runs the MoneySavingExpert site - launched legal action against Facebook after it failed to remove fake ads suggesting he was also involved.

    And Sir Richard Branson has also warned that fake CNN news pages had been created to make it seem that he had endorsed a Bitcoin Trader-branded scheme.

    It is not, however, clear whether the people behind the effort are the same as before.

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    Crypto Market Up $6 Billion in 4 Days: Is Bitcoin King During the Bear Market?

    Since January 14, subsequent to a minor correction, the crypto market has added $6 billion to its valuation as the Bitcoin price maintained stability.

    While many cryptocurrencies, especially low market cap tokens fell substantially earlier this week, Bitcoin remained in a tight range between $3,400 to $3,600.

    The abrupt decline in the valuation of the crypto market on Monday was largely triggered by the weakness in the short-term price trend of small digital assets.

    In the last four days, Bitcoin has barely moved at all, demonstrating a high level of resistance below the $3,500 mark.

    Luke Martin, a cryptocurrency technical analyst, said that the breakout of the Bitcoin price above $3,700 could allow the dominant cryptocurrency to record a promising short-term price movement in the days to come.

    “BTC battling to reclaim the range all week. If price can get back above $3,700 I’m more excited about alt positive momentum continuing,” Martin said.

    Bitcoin remains as the only major cryptocurrency to be able to sustain a certain level of stability in a period of extreme volatility and uncertainty.

    Reports suggest that the fundamentals of the asset have allowed it to outperform most crypto assets in the global market.

    In many areas including hash rate, developer activity, transaction volume, and trading volume, Bitcoin has easily surpassed its competitors throughout the past 12 months.

    A recent report released by Charlie Humberstone at a cryptocurrency market data provider CryptoCompare revealed that Bitcoin-related articles accounted for 42 percent of all cryptocurrency-related coverage.

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    As always Bitcoin kept chugging along, gaining a larger share of the news coverage from the growing number of ‘bear market casualties’. Bitcoin-related articles reached a peak of 42% by the end of the year. Blockchain articles too maintained their prominence — peaking at nearly 20% of articles in May.

    During a bear market, the valuation of many cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects drops substantially. While the decline in valuation makes it cheaper for new companies entering the cryptocurrency market to acqui-hire, it also reduces the costs that incur when initiating various types of attacks on blockchain networks.

    Last week, for instance, Ethereum Classic suffered a 51 percent attack which led to the loss of over $1 million.

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    Bitcoin cryptocurrency last month touch hai. No it going down day by day I do not trust on cryptocurrencies because their value does not stable we may suffer huge loss from cryptocurrency investment are we can make huge money from this way so I called this business is our business that can make us rich or poor within few days

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    Dow Futures & Bitcoin Look Shaky as US Celebrates Market Holiday

    The US stock market is closed today in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, but Dow futures pointed south after China’s growth fell to a nearly three-decade low. The cryptocurrency market, which never takes a breather, also remained bearish following Sunday’s pullback, leaving the bitcoin price uncomfortably close to the $3,500 mark.

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    Oops! South Korean Crypto Exchange Accidentally Sends Traders $5 Million in Bitcoin

    Did you ever dream of waking up in the morning to unexpectedly find a vast amount of cash miraculously appearing in your account? That is what recently happened to users of a prominent South Korean crypto exchange.

    Coindesk Korea has reported that the Korean crypto exchange Coinnest has accidentally airdropped over $5 million in bitcoin and Korean won and is looking how to reclaim their misdirected funds.

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