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L'AUSTRALIA METTE IN VENDITA 13 MILIONI DI DOLLARI DI BITCOIN- EFFETTO CALMIERATORE SUL MERCATO DOPO IL PODEROSO RALLY?

A collection of bitcoins worth about $ 13 M, which had been confiscated by police in Australia, will be auctioned off in June. The 24,518 bitcoins will be sold mostly in blocks of 2,000
Ernst & Young, the firm organising the auction, said the bitcoins had been "confiscated as proceeds of crime"
Currently about 4,000 new bitcoins are generated a day, as a reward for "miners" who offer their computer power to process Bitcoin transactions.
"Australia has been going through its own regulatory process - and this makes a standing that Bitcoin is legal to use in Australia."

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4 commenti:

Anonimo ha detto...

bravo, anche se non l'hai pubblicato come commento nel post precedente, almeno hai pubblicato la notizia....

Anonimo ha detto...


Bitcoin !!! Continuo a leggere ma non ci capisco niente. Lo vedo come un possibilissimo nuovo eldorado, cerco di capire ma continuo a non capirci niente. Voglio credere, magari per una volta, di poter fare la speculazione della mia vita investendo 1000 euro (1,5 % del mio capitale). Se anche partecipassi al corso non saprei poi come operativamente acquistarne. Io vorrei solo poterlo fare. Come si fa???

Giulio da Reggio Emilia

Anonimo ha detto...

È una settimana di mining. Una goccia nel mare. Hehehe si accorgeranno che i btc non li puoi kagare fuori da una stampante e quindi questi giochi non funzionano

Anonimo ha detto...

Nearly 25,000 bitcoins confiscated by Australian police as proceeds of crime are going to be sold at an auction in Sydney, officials have confirmed.


The cryptocurrency stash, worth an estimated £9m, will mostly be sold in lots of 2,000 - and investors from as far afield as Europe and the US have expressed interest in the sealed auction.

Accountancy firm Ernst & Young is overseeing the sale, which begins on 20 June.

This is only the second such bitcoin auction to take place worldwide.

From 2013 to 2015, the US Marshals Service sold 144,000 bitcoins which had been confiscated from Ross Ulbricht, who notoriously founded the online drug marketplace Silk Road.

Those sell-offs helped to reduce volatility in the digital currency's value, and it is believed that rising prices in recent months will also result in greater interest.