As you know, HitBTC is putting special efforts into continuous improvement of its service and amending the infrastructure to provide you with the high-level service. Today we are eager to spread the special news for those of you who are already trading or are just planning on getting involved in operating in fiat currencies.
In order to maintain the fiat payments fast and secure HitBTC has changed its bank.
What does this mean?
Currently fiat operations are available to traders residing in the following regions:
- Latin America
Other regions are soon to follow.
Whether you have any inquiries, please contact the HitBTC Support at email@example.com for any additional information.
Time to sum up the goings on in the world of Bitcoin once again. Let’s see what’s been going on last week. What significant developments have there been and what has the price been up to last week.
Bitcoin is on a rather awesome climb again whilst the halving of the mining reward draws closer. There have also been some other recent interesting developments in the field of blockchain. In this article I will go through the recent events that have been shaping Bitcoin’s price in the very recent past. We are currently witnessing some rather interesting times. Financially, economically and also in the field of technology. On top of the halving of the reward that is predicted to happen around 26th of July there’s also another event of financial significance that is rapidly drawing closer – Brexit. I’m sure you’ve already heard, as you know, all of the news outlets keep banging on about it. Yes, Great Britain is having a referendum on the 23rd of June where people will decide whether they want to remain or leave the European Union.
Last week a former Bitcoin developer Mark Hearn stated in his blog that Bitcoin is broken. This resulted in a $80 price drop. He predicts a downtrend from now on. Let’s have a look at if this is true and whether we should keep hold of our coins or start selling in panic. I will explain it all below. But simply put. Is Bitcoin dead? The answer lies here.