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950 FTX Users in Taiwan Had Digital Funds Worth $150 Million Held on the Exchange When It Collapsed – Featured Bitcoin News

At the time of FTX’s collapse, about 950 users in Taiwan had a total of $150 million worth of digital assets stored or held at the crypto exchange, a law firm has reportedly said. FTX users in Taiwan were reportedly investing in interest-bearing digital assets using cheap funds borrowed from

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Bitcoin Snaps Losing Streak as Pelosi Taiwan Trip Passes Without Incident

●Bitcoin (BTC): $22,807 −1.1% ●Ether (ETH): $1,614 −2.0% ●S&P 500 daily close: 4,155.17 +1.6% ●Gold: $1,781 per troy ounce +0.5% ●Ten-year Treasury yield daily close: 2.75% +0.007 Bitcoin, ether and gold prices are taken at approximately 4pm New York time. Bitcoin is the CryptoX Bitcoin Price Index (XBX); Ether is the CryptoX Ether Price Index

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Bitcoin price battles $23.5K resistance amid relief over Pelosi Taiwan trip

Bitcoin (BTC) rose to daily resistance at the Aug. 3 Wall Street open as United States equities gained on relief over Taiwan.BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingViewStocks gain as US dollar coilsData from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD returning to the area just below $23,500, which had figured

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Bitcoin price clips $23K on Pelosi Taiwan visit as trading range persists

Bitcoin (BTC) saw volatility after the Aug. 2 Wall Street open amid ongoing market reactions to tensions between the United States and China.BTC price U-turns as Pelosi lands in TaipeiData from Cryptox Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD spiking above $23,000 on the day as news came in that Nancy Pelosi,

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Bitcoin, Ether Slump as Pelosi’s Taiwan Trip Weakens Risk Sentiment

"Our short-term [bitcoin] indicators are mixed, but a greater loss of short-term momentum would support a retest of support (~$18,300-$19,500), below which secondary support is near $13,900," Katie Stockton, a chartered market technician and founder and managing partner of Fairlead Strategies, wrote in a weekly analysis published Monday. "Intermediate- and

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Buying crypto with credit card is now indirectly banned in Taiwan

Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC), a chief financial regulator, issued a note to the banking industry, indicating that they should not grant the virtual assets providers (VASPs) the status of merchant in operations with credit card holders. That means a de-facto ban on buying crypto with a credit card on

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