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Bitcoin’s Lightning Torch Moves Through 37 Countries, Twitter CEO the Latest to Take It

Photo: QuoteInspectorAlthough Bitcoin is currently going through the longest ever bear cycle, its community looks engaged in an interesting experiment called the “lightning torch”. Yes, this experiment is certainly related to Bitcoin’s scalability solution Lightning Network that is currently under development.The Lightning Network is a second-layer off-chain solution atop the

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Bitcoin ATM Producer Moves to Switzerland Due to Regulatory Difficulties

Bitcoin (BTC) automated teller machine (ATM) manufacturer Lamassu has moved to Switzerland due to regulatory difficulties in other countries, according to a blog post published Jan. 1.Lamassu — now called Lamassu Industries AG — has moved to the Swiss canton of Lucerne, because the firm wants “to be in a

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$4 Billion Lawsuit Against Craig Wright Moves Forward as Judge Declines Dismissal Request

A United States court has rejected repeated requests from nChain chief scientist Craig Wright to dismiss a $4 billion lawsuit against him, documents revealed Dec. 27.In the latest stage of an ongoing legal battle over Wright’s alleged theft of Bitcoin (BTC) from the estate of deceased crypto developer David Kleiman,

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Bitcoin (BTC) Moves Under $3,500 In Downtrend, Despite Crypto “Tailwinds”

Crypto Market Establishes YTD Low: Bitcoin At $3,650, Ethereum Hits Double-Digits In the past day, bears haven’t abated their rampage, continuing to incessantly place straws on the back of the crypto camel. Bitcoin (BTC), for instance, continued its tumult, stumbling under $3,500. Altcoins, as always, followed suit, sending the aggregate value

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