Bitcoin News Review – 1 May 2018

A short summary of latest Bitcoin, Crypto and Blockchain News


Iran: Model Of State-Issued Digital Currency Now Ready, Says Gov’t Minister


Square shares drop after short-seller Citron calls bitcoin strategy ‘nonsense’


Japanese Regulators Discussed Restricting Trade Of Privacy-Focused Altcoins, Report Says


Buy EOT directly from your Bitcoin Wallet



Bitcoin has ‘elements of all of the different asset classes,’ CFTC chairman says


European Commission To Fight Fake News With Power Of Blockchain


From the European Commission: – “Innovative technologies, such as blockchain, can help preserve the integrity of content, validate the reliability of information and/or its sources, enable transparency and traceability, and promote trust in news displayed on the Internet. This could be combined with the use of trustworthy electronic identification, authentication and verified pseudonyms…”


Circle Adds Zcash to Crypto Investment App



Something interesting:…


Billionaire U.S. venture capital investor Tim Draper’s bold prediction that Bitcoin would hit $250,000 by 2022 received backing from CNBC’s Brian Kelly this weekend.

Kelly, of “Fast Money,” supported Draper’s position in an interview Saturday in which he said “it sounds crazy” to consider that BTC [Bitcoin] already had a 4,000 percent return over two years and a 3,000 percent return in four years may be a “continuation of the trend we’ve seen.” Kelly said that mainstream institutionalized money flooding into the cryptocurrency sphere from Rockefeller’s VC arm, Soros Fund Management, and even a Goldman Sachs executive have decreased the volatility in investing,

Full Story: – Read Here

Thank you for reading the Bitcoin News Review.

Download the free Bit-Media App from the Google Play or Apple stores.

Click below and get your FREE BIT-MEDIA APP


Are you a Bitcoin Believer?  Test your belief here – The Bitcoin Believers Business Manifesto

Please leave your questions and comments below:




Introducing you to the Embedded Vault

Turn your computer into a secure, encrypted hardware device

Download Embedded Vault here