Don’t be a Victim of Get-Rich-Quick Scams Using Bitcoin and Other Virtual Currencies: Tips from the BSP and SEC;
The recent surge in the value of Bitcoin, which rose almost 20-fold from only $985 apiece at the start of 2017 to a peak of $19,343 last December 16, has attracted the attention of many Filipinos as indicated by the number of Google searches from the Philippines for the Bitcoin. Read More @ https://www.entrepreneur.com.ph/news-and-events/don-t-be-a-victim-of-get-rich-quick-scams-using-bitcoin-and-other-virtual-currencies-tips-from-the-bsp-and-sec-a00222-20180110?utm_source=Facebook-Entrep&utm_medium=Ownshare&utm_campaign=20180110-fbnp-news-and-events-don-t-be-a-victim-of-get-rich-quick-scams-using-bitcoin-and-other-virtual-currencies-tips-from-the-bsp-and-sec-a00222-20180110-fbfirst
Bitcoin slumped again on Friday, leaving the largest cryptocurrency heading for its worst weekly performance in three years as regulators around the world step up scrutiny out of concerns ranging from investor losses to strains on power systems.Bitcoin was trading at $13,019 as of 8:24 a.m. Hong Kong time, putting it on track for a 22 percent slide this week, the deepest since January 2015, according to Bloomberg composite pricing. The token is down about 33 percent from its mid-December peak, which came just after the introduction of futures trading on regulated exchanges in Chicago. Read More @ https://www.bloomberg.com//news/articles/2018-01-12/bitcoin-set-for-worst-weekly-slide-since-2015-as-scrutiny-rises
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