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The latest fall comes a day after several major US and UK banks banned customers from using credit cards to purchase the digital currency. Tightening legislation in several countries appears to have shaken confidence in crypto-currencies.
China and South Korea have already banned digital currencies, while Japan and Australia have taken steps to … [Read more Leading indices in the single-currency area had risen by around 1. On Tuesday in Germany, Europe's top economy, the Ifo economic institute revealed that its business climate index hit It comes as Germany remains mired in a political stalemate, with Chancellor Angela Merkel still trying to form a new government after coalition talks collapsed last month.
Most Asian stock markets extended gains on Tuesday, taking a lead from fresh record-highs overnight on Wall Street where a long-awaited US tax-cut bill is expected to be passed this week. After months of uncertainty, the controversial fiscal reforms could be on Trump's desk … [Read more Amid the swings, three Bitcoin-related exchanges suspended certain trades. Bitcoin has had a blistering trip over the past 12 months.
It has skyrocketed since - more than doubling in value since November - drawing interest from major firms as well as private investors. But since Sunday Bitcoin has been on a losing streak, falling back to where it was at the start of December. Analysts said investors should be prepared for such rapid changes, which have characterised the asset from its start. Bitcoin hit the latest milestone during early trading in Asia, according to the website Coindesk.
The new record high comes just days before the launch of bitcoin futures on two exchanges, including the world's largest futures exchange, CME. Spread betting firm CMC Markets said the rise had all the symptoms of a bubble market, warning "there is no way to know when the bubble will burst".
There are two key traits of Bitcoin: Unlike the notes or coins in your pocket, it largely exists online. Secondly, Bitcoin is not printed by governments or traditional banks. A small but growing number of businesses, including Expedia and Microsoft, accept bitcoins - which work like virtual tokens. However, the vast … [Read more But am I like the horse-riding mayor of yesteryear, sneering at Henry Ford? So people can short Bitcoin.