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April proved to be an excellent month for cryptocurrency markets, certainly the most bullish month of 2019 thus far. A high volume price spike, which occurred just after April Fool’s Day, was confirmed as genuine demand when prices held this elevated level throughout the month and into May. Read on for the latest news roundup.
We’re excited to announce the addition of SWIFT bank transfers as a new payment option for Coinmama users, along with lower fees and higher daily spending limits. Last summer we introduced buying crypto by bank transfer to our European customers with SEPA bank accounts. Today, we’re expanding that option to our users worldwide through SWIFT transfers.
If you’re active on any crypto-related social media platforms, particularly Twitter, there’s a good chance you’ll have encountered the term “Bitcoin maximalist.” This somewhat-loaded term is usually aimed at zealous Bitcoin supporters, often by equally-zealous altcoin supporters. But what constitutes a Bitcoin maximalist?
A brief summary of Bitcoin’s price history over the past couple of years would be: amazing in 2017, terrible in 2018. The question on everyone’s mind is of course “how will Bitcoin’s price perform in 2019?” While nobody can answer this question with any certainty until the start of January 2020, early signs from the first quarter are encouraging.
This article covers the topic of selling Bitcoin, with an eye to the special conditions which exist in the United Kingdom.
In this article, we’re going to consider the relative merits of the various venues for selling Bitcoins, either online or offline. We’ll focus on security, as this should always be the primary consideration.