Latest Bitcoin News by Category: Bitcoin Exchanges

Mt. Gox bankruptcy proceedings delayed another six months as filing deadlines extended

Posted on 11th August, 2014

Defunct Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox recently announced that the resolution to its ongoing bankruptcy case will be delayed by at least another six months. In a new update to Mt.Gox’s website, court-appointed trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi said that an order issued last month by the Tokyo District Court 20th Civil Division has pushed the claim-filing period […]

Chinese cryptocurrency exchange Huobi buys Quickwallet and Qukuai

Posted on 8th August, 2014

Chinese bitcoin and litecoin exchange Huobi announced this week that it has acquired two significant cryptocurrency properties: Multi-signature wallet provider Quickwallet and blockchain explorer system Qukuai. The new services will dramatically expand Huobi’s commercial offerings, and may well represent an attempt to grow the company beyond its current niche as one of the “big three” […]

Atlas ATS expands into Europe

Posted on 29th July, 2014

Bitcoin-exchange platform provider Atlas ATS has announced new plans to expand its services into the rapidly growing European bitcoin community. In a press release published yesterday, the New York-based trading company said it will be partnering with Spanish bitcoin company Recol to launch Atlas ATS Europe. European users may know Recol as the operators of […]

Trucoin announces new partnership, expanding service to 38 U.S. states

Posted on 25th July, 2014

Earlier this month, long-simmering digital currency-exchange platform Trucoin launched an 8-state beta test of an instant bitcoin-purchasing system. By simply logging in via an existing social media profile and entering credit card information, users could purchase bitcoin in a matter of moments, rather than the days-long payment verification process currently used by brokers like Coinbase. […]

New York-based bitcoin exchange Coinsetter exits beta testing

Posted on 24th July, 2014

After nearly two years of testing and preparation, New York City-based bitcoin exchange Coinsetter is officially open for business. Although it isn’t the first U.S.-based bitcoin exchange by any means, Coinsetter is the first to be aimed firmly at the Wall Street Market. The exchange has been operating in beta since last November, working with […]

Mt.Gox creditors meeting provides little news

Posted on 23rd July, 2014

A closed-door meeting of Mt.Gox customers and other creditors held today in Tokyo provided little solace to those who lost their funds on the shuttered bitcoin exchange. The meeting provided those burned by the exchange their first face-to-face interaction with Mt.Gox CEO Mark Karpeles, who gave a brief apology for the situation but otherwise left […]

New Japanese bitcoin exchange planned by former Goldman Sachs trader

Posted on 22nd July, 2014

In the nearly six months since Mt.Gox imploded, two major things have happened to the bitcoin community in Japan. The first is that Japan’s population became aware of bitcoin in a very big way, as coverage of the failed exchange and the $500 million loss became headline news in a country that had previously seen […]

BTC China adds USD and HKD deposits and withdrawals

Posted on 21st July, 2014

Major Chinese bitcoin and litecoin exchange BTC China announced today that they have added support for U.S. dollars (USD) and Hong Kong dollars (HKD) to their trading platform. The new system, currently undergoing an invite-only beta test, allows for deposits and withdrawals in both currencies under “international accounts,” while domestic accounts will be limited to […]

Report: China’s OKCoin to support USD

Posted on 20th July, 2014

Broadly speaking, the bitcoin exchange world is divided into two camps: Those who deal in U.S. dollars, and those who deal in Chinese yuan (renminbi). Sure, there are exchanges that focus on Canadian dollars, Euros, Thai baht and almost every local currency, but the bulk of bitcoin’s trade volume is still dominated by USD and […]

After customer backlash, Vault of Satoshi eliminates “selfie” requirement

Posted on 17th July, 2014

In an attempt to halt a flood of fraudulent transactions from the Interac payment system, Canadian digital currency exchange Vault of Satoshi (VoS) announced yesterday that it would be adding another layer to its customer-verification process. The concept was simple: Take a selfie while holding up a hand-written note and a government-issued ID. According to […]