Sitemap

Bitcoin Slides Below $20,000 To Lowest Level In 18 Months

Swiss Army Airlifts Water To Thirsty Animals In Alpine Meadows

Swiss Army helicopters have been deployed to...

NBA: 10 Best Teams of All Time

Any team wants to reach the NBA championship because...

South Korean Launches 1st Spacecraft To The Moon

South Korea has launched a lunar orbiter...

Celebration Of Independence Day Of India

India celebrated the 75th anniversary of its independence on 15 August 2022. To celebrate and commemorate these 75 years...

US-China: Tensions in Taiwan

A delegation of the US Congress arrived on an unannounced visit to Taiwan, less than two weeks after the...

Belgrade Gets New Protected Sites

The Secretariat for Environmental Protection has announced that the process of placing under protection two new sites in Belgrade,...

US Senator Jeanne Shaheen: We Must Ensure That Serbia Continues Towards The West Path

Senator Jeanne Shaheen, who together with several colleagues recently presented a bipartisan bill on American support to the Western...

German Industry Plans To Cut Its Gas Consumption

German companies and public institutions should heat their offices to a maximum of 19 degrees Celsius this winter to...

Bitcoin tumbled more than 13% at one point on Saturday 18th June, crashing below the closely watched $20,000 level to its weakest level in 18 months, as it extended a slide on investor worries about growing troubles in the industry and the general pull-back from riskier assets.

The digital currency sector has been pummeled this week after cryptocurrency lending company Celsius froze withdrawals and transfers between accounts, while crypto companies started laying off employees. There also were reports that a cryptocurrency hedge fund had run into trouble.

Related Articles

Bitcoin Falls To Lowest Level Since January

Bitcoin has sunk to its lowest level since January as the stock market decline continues to negatively affect cryptocurrencies, whose trading follows so-called riskier...

By Daron Acemoglu

The Bitcoin Fountainhead

While it is clear that cryptocurrencies are here to stay, it remains to be seen what economic role they will – or should –...

El Salvador Leads World In Adopting Bitcoin As Official Currency

El Salvador on Tuesday became the first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender, a real-world experiment proponents say will lower commission costs for...

5 Things To Know About Bitcoin And Cryptocurrency

While the possibilities of cryptocurrencies are undeniable, there are also plenty of risks to consider. Read this primer to get up to speed. Cryptocurrencies may...

The First Bitcoin Billionaires

A few years ago, the twins Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss brought a lawsuit against Mark Zuckerberg and accused him of stealing the idea of...