How to Install your Embedded Vault

Cryptocurrency during the past year has soared to new highs coupled with the need to protect them. Embedded Vault can do just that. Embedded Vault is the world’s most secure cryptocurrency software wallet that can turn your PC into a secure hardware wallet.   Current Requirements for Embedded Vault: Android Smartphone with Fingerprint scanner and Bluetooth Windows PC with Bluetooth       Embedded Vault currently supports popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, EOT Coin, EOT Token, Waves and also provides an exchange between EOT tokens to EOT coins.   The…

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Japanese Electronics Retail Giant Launches Bitcoin Payments

Bitcoin adoption in Japan seems to be forging ahead with major Japanese consumer electronics retailer Yamada Denki announcing that it has partnered with cryptocurrency exchange BitFlyer to add a bitcoin payments service in two of its stores.     The company said: “In addition to diversifying [our services], we will implement initiatives to improve bitcoin recognition and usage promotion.” The company indicated that they believe the acceptance of Bitcoin can provide improved service and convenience.   Full story – Click Here This is some good news from a country recently plagued…

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New Bitcoin Bombshell Prediction – Cryptocurrency to hit $ 50k this year

  Amongst all the bearishness and predictions of a Bitcoin Crash one analyst speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos,  Jeet Singh, a cryptocurrency portfolio manager for the last six years, says it is common for virtual currencies to fluctuate by 70 or 80 percent.     He explained that one should compare cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, EOT, and Ripple, to early tech giants like Microsoft.   He said: “If you look at Microsoft or Apple when they went public their stocks were very volatile because the market wasn’t…

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Bitcoin Trader robbed at gunpoint in sleepy UK Village

In a disturbing new type of crime armed robbers broke into a house in a small UK village and forced a Bitcoin trader to transfer a fortune in Bitcoin to them from his computer.   Four thugs in balaclavas broke into the house, which is owned by trader Danny Aston and his wife, Amy Jay. They then tied up Ms. Jay and put the couple’s baby outside in a pram, before threatening Mr. Aston with a gun and forcing him to transfer his Bitcoin into their control.   Unfortunately, it…

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Japan Bitcoin Exchange Coincheck will repay Stolen Funds

It was reported on Friday that Coincheck, a Japanese Bitcoin exchange suspended all withdrawals after a massive hack that shocked the market.   Full Story: – Bitcoin chaos in Japan as CoinCheck freezes all withdrawals   It was reported in the Guardian today that the Coincheck cryptocurrency exchange will refund customers about $400m (£282m) stolen by hackers two days ago in one of the biggest thefts of digital funds. Coincheck affirmed that it would use its cash holdings to reimburse 260,000 people for the value of 46.3bn yen who lost…

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Who are the Bitcoin Illuminati?

As the leaders of the establishment descended on the Swiss town of Davos for the World Economic Forum, a select few are reaping the benefits of early adoption and their technology Bitcoin and Blockchain are threatening the status quo.     Creating a New World Order   Data shows that real Crypto wealth is concentrated in the hands of a few early adopters. Coinbase reportedly has 13 Million account holders but it is estimated that 95 percent of the wealth is held by 4% of the owners.   According to…

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Robin Hood steals from the Rich and gives to the Poor with free Bitcoin trading

Coinbase charges a fee of 1.5% to a staggering 4% on Bitcoin and another cryptocurrency trading.   A stock trading app, Robinhood, will let you buy and sell Ethereum and Bitcoin with zero added fees and as from today, Robinhood will let all users track the price, news, and set up alerts for top crypto coins including Litecoin and Ripple.   Robinhood stressed that they will operate on a break-even basis to keep growing the 3 million users it already has.   Robinhood founders Baiju Bhatt (left) and Vladamir Tenev…

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How to Bitcoin #6 – Mining Bitcoin

NEW ZEALAND – Guest Writer –The third in the series of “How to Bitcoin” articles introducing you to Bitcoin and what you can do with the cryptocurrency.  Here is an overview of how BTC is electronically processed, we call it mining.   Electronically Processing BTC Mining   As mentioned in the introduction, BTC is processed by computing power and recorded in a public ledger (Blockchain) with the help of a network of computers. The processing of BTC transactions is termed ‘mining’. BTC mining rewards people with computer power by generating…

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How to Bitcoin #5 – Ways to Make Money with Bitcoin

NEW ZEALAND – Guest Writer –The fifth in the series of “How to Bitcoin” articles introducing you to Bitcoin and what you can do with the cryptocurrency.  Here is an overview of how to make money with BTC.   Buying and Selling A way to make money is to buy BTC/alt-coins at a low value and to sell at a higher value on an Exchange. Selling BTC as mentioned above can be done in any currency. Most large Exchanges allow users to trade back to US dollars. Another method would…

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Will Regulators and Banks kill Bitcoin?

  2018 has not started well for Bitcoin as the cryptocurrency started the year with 2 weeks of losses and last week we had four days of straight losses from Monday to Thursday.     Shock News for Bitcoin Banking   The year started off with a shock as Visa suspended a number of prominent cryptocurrency card providers without any notice, leaving some customers without cash. Some of the well-known companies affected were Cryptopay, Bitwala, Xapo, Bitstamp and many others. Bitwala also reported that their bank facilities were suspended with…

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