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Why Japan, the World's Third Largest Bitcoin Market, Sees $300 Premiums

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Japan and South Korea, the third and fourth largest bitcoin exchange markets, have seen premium prices ever since the launch of local bitcoin exchanges and markets. Analysts suggest that such arbitrage opportunities exist in Asia’s largest bitcoin exchange markets due to the two countries’ strict Anti-Money Laundering (AML) policies. Ever since the launch of major bitcoin exchange backed by some...

Cryptocurrency Market Broke $50 Billion, What Have We Learned So Far?

As of May 12, the cryptocurrency market cap is at $53.9 billion, with bitcoin leading the market with a staggering $30 billion market cap and other alternative cryptocurrencies or altcoins such as Ethereum, Ripple and Litecoin maintaining their upward momentum. Ethereum in particular has seen a rapid growth in its market cap ever since the launch of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, an Ethereum...

Bitcoin value: Fortune favors the Brave!

The secret of making money is generally accepted to be Buy Cheap and Sell Dear. Since March 31st, Bitcoin has been slowly stabilising and increasing in value. Warren Buffett summed it up the best when he advised: "Wide diversification is only required when investors do not understand what they are doing." The world of investing can be hard and sometimes expensive lessons will need to be learned...

Bye Bye BitMit, Hello Coinmart.co!

Cointrepreneurs around the world were sad to see Bitmit.net close their doors just a few days ago.  The race to build infrastructure to allow Bitcoin to be converted directly to goods and services is very very competitive.  Bitmit did a good job of emulating eBay's model of auctions and some buyer and seller protection; however, Bitmit.net never did take off in the way that Bitcoiners had hoped...

Digital Buttonwood Agreement for Bitcoin

The Buttonwood Agreement was established in 1792 in response to the public's desire for a more transparent transfer of wealth into securities representing steel companies, railroads, coal plants and many other growing industries.  There is no denial that these industries had merit and ultimately the Buttonwood Agreement was the foundation to offer the investing public a safe and dependable...