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How to legalize profit made on cryptocurrency
28 November 2017 21:00, UTC Margareth Nail
Bitnewstoday.com tries to figure out in this article, how to legalize the income received from sale and purchase of cryptocurrency
Hidden mining. How not to become a cryptoslave
05 April 2018 21:00, UTC Bogdan Vinogradov
Hidden mining: how do people become cryptoslaves without even knowing it. Bitnewstoday decided to scrutinize the essential points
Mum, I am a miner…
15 May 2018 21:00, UTC Anastasia Nagyrnova
In this article on Bitnewstoday you will learn about what should be taken into account when choosing equipment for mining, and also will read the analysis of the most popular GPUs
Ethereal affairs: how to mine Ethereum
16 May 2018 21:00, UTC Bogdan Vinogradov
Is it worth to mine Ethereum at home and a step-by-step instruction if you still decide to do it
Current cost of Bitcoin mining
18 June 2018 21:00, UTC Margareth Nail
Bitcoin became known universally, not only among programmers, last year.  That time even ordinary people started to think about mining cryptocurrency. Is it profitable to mine Bitcoins now? Read about it in the review of Bitnewstoday
South Korea: $26.170 per Bitcoin. Mining
20 July 2018 13:07, UTC Diana Asadova
Mining remains the main way of producing cryptocurrency. But no one has worked out regulations for them
How can mining save strawberry plantations in Kaliningrad?
24 July 2018 13:42, UTC Diana Asadova
Strawberry production in Russia will benefit by mining
Don't keep all your eggs... on one crypto exchange
19 September 2017 21:00, UTC Paul GRAPES
Many people tend to treat cryptocurrency as a source of easy money. It is indeed when the market is growing. But there is another risk that is often forgotten. As in the real life money – even digital – can be stolen or lost. Bitnewstoday.com figures out how to minimize the risks
What countries are most profitable for mining?
19 December 2017 21:00, UTC Margaret NAIL, Massimo Di GIUDA
The article provides an overview of the electricity pricing across the world. These costs significantly influence the income of a miner. Bitnewstoday.com analyzes where it is most profitable to mine cryptocurrency
Military coup or endless economic instability: what drove bitcoin to sky-high rate in Zimbabwe?
22 November 2017 21:00, UTC Dennis WAFULA
Last week, Zimbabwe was the focus of the entire world's cryptocurrency community. The military coup, that ousted president Robert Mugabe from power, led to a rapid rise of bitcoin price on the local exchange. What were other prerequisites for such a sharp increase in the price of the first cryptocurrency in Zimbabwe, read in the article of Bitnewstoday.com
Bitcoin in the Boot: Italy faces cryptocurrency challenges
10 September 2017 21:00, UTC Vsevolod Gnetii
What difficulties do miners face in Italy, how strict is taxation and what are the pitfalls? Is mining of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies profitable in the Appenine Peninsula read in this article
Mining in Venezuela: Huge profits with the risk of being arrested
23 November 2017 21:00, UTC
Mining seems to be a reasonable investment in Venezuela given electricity prices. But reality may disappoint wanna-be miners. How difficult it is in Venezuela to deal with cryptocurrency activity? Revelations of the miner in the article of BNT
Miner’s revelations
18 October 2017 21:00, UTC Evgeniya KONOVALOVA, Igor PAPKOVICH
Authors of the article tell life stories of ordinary people, and these stories serve as answers to the following questions: is it beneficial to mine cryptocurrency? Does mining equipment pay off? What can one do to reduce mining costs?
Garage vs. Hotel: Which mining option is most profitable?
06 November 2017 21:00, UTC Helen SMART
Is it too late to build a mining farm at home or in garage and why is it not worth investing a fortune in the production of cryptocurrency?
Mister Novo As a Mirror of Socio-Economic Darwinism
28 August 2018 13:40, UTC Daniil Danchenko
Crypto is an industry where some statements and actions of individual people can set trends and move the markets. However, what are the motives behind them?
How infinite are cryptocurrencies?
22 August 2017 21:00, UTC Margareth Nail
Some cryptocurrencies have a limited emission, while others have infinite supply. What gives cryptocurrency the fixed limit of their issuance, as well as who and how sets these limits, read in the article by Bitnewstoday.com
New York Is Opened Up For Miners Now
28 August 2018 14:48, UTC Ann Sotnikova
New York is gradually becoming a Mecca for miners thanks to cheap electricity and friendly authorities. This time crypto miners were attracted by local Hydroelectric Dam.
Bank of England adapts its payment system for blockchain
24 July 2018 07:09, UTC Ann Sotnikova
The UK’s central bank says that the new English payment system should be compatible with blockchain.
Image of the week, 30 of July – 5 of August: Business Insider, Queensland Government, Dailyhodl and others
06 August 2018 17:58, UTC Mariia Koshkina
Bitnewstoday.com chose only the freshest and most important news about the digital economy and virtual currencies. The most important of this week stories in the most indicative quotes below!
Bitcoin ETF: The VIP Party Only
17 August 2018 18:34, UTC Daniil Danchenko
It’s almost certain that “marriage” of the ETF and bitcoin will be held at the autumn of this very year, or maybe at the beginning of 2019. But it is entirely possible that the aftermath of that party will be sad.

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