Sign in Welcome! Log into your account your username your password Forgot your password? Get help Password recovery Recover your password your email A password will be e-mailed to you. HomeCryptocurrencyBitcoin$1,300 and Counting: What's Next For Bitcoin Prices? CryptocurrencyBitcoinExchangeFeaturedMarket $1,300 and Counting: What’s Next For Bitcoin Prices? By coinfeeds - April 29, 2017 1152 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp The price of bitcoin is once again trading near an all-time high. Viacoindesk SourceCoindesk FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp Previous articleCryptocurrency Market Cap Reaches Record High of $30 BillionNext articleCryptocurrency Exchange Poloniex Set to Delist 17 Altcoins coinfeeds LEAVE A REPLYLog in to leave a comment LATEST POSTS Europe Cyprus registers Binance as a cryptocurrency service provider. Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange, will be able to provide services for virtual currencies in Cyprus as a result of the platform's recent registration with the... October 22, 2022 Cryptocurrency More than 24,000 ATMs in Brazil will offer USDT through Tether and Smartpay. Usdt, the largest dollar-pegged stablecoin on the market, was created by Tether, a company. Tether recently announced that more than 24,000 ATMs in Brazil will... October 22, 2022 Blockchain To solve the blockchain modularity issue, Celestia raises $55 million. The project Celestia, which seeks to address the alleged centralization issue in the current monolithic blockchains, has announced the completion of its most recent funding... October 21, 2022 Asia Hong Kong considers removing the “Professional Investor-Only Requirement” and allowing retail investors to trade cryptocurrency. Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) of Hong Kong's director of licensing and head of the fintech division both confirmed that the regulator is taking into... October 21, 2022 Load more Follow us13,033FansLike3,912FollowersFollow0SubscribersSubscribe Most Popular Cyprus registers Binance as a cryptocurrency service provider. More than 24,000 ATMs in Brazil will offer USDT through Tether and Smartpay. To solve the blockchain modularity issue, Celestia raises $55 million. Hong Kong considers removing the “Professional Investor-Only Requirement” and allowing retail investors to trade cryptocurrency. A Societe Generale subsidiary in France, the third-largest bank, has been registered as a provider of digital asset services.