Government computers in Atlanta(US) shut down by hacker demanding Bitcoin, Mastercard will support cryptocurrencies but there is a catch, Tom Lee predicts Bitcoin to reach $91,000 and more news from last week...
Reddit Reportedly Removes Bitcoin As Payment, Cites ‘Coinbase Change’
Reddit has reportedly removed the option for users to pay for their premium membership program, Reddit Gold, in Bitcoin (BTC) citing an “upcoming Coinbase change”, according to a Reddit post in subreddit /r/btc published March 23.
US CLOUD Act Passes, Giving Gov’ts Easier Access To Private Data Stored By US Tech Companies
The bill had been opposed by privacy advocates like the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), which had written after the bill’s passing that “this final, tacked-on piece of legislation will erode privacy protections around the globe.”
Tom Lee Predicts Bitcoin To Reach $91,000 by March 2020, Based On Performances After Past Dips
Fundstrat’s Tom Lee has forecasted that Bitcoin’s price will reach $91,000 by March 2020, basing his prediction on a chart that shows Bitcoin’s (BTC) performances after past market dips, Forbes reported March 17.
Edward Snowden On Bitcoin: World Needs Better Option To Avoid Gov’t Coercion
US whistleblower Edward Snowden voiced concerns over Bitcoin’s long-term prospects in an interview on March 22, saying the cryptocurrency’s public Blockchain made it susceptible to abuse.
Binance CEO Zhao Hails Google Crypto Ad Ban for Phishing Clean-Up
With the wave of bans against cryptocurrency ads on major social media platforms as of late, the dynamic seems to have acutely cooled-off mainstream interest in the cryptoverse. One person’s not complaining though: Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao.