Bitcoin has come under increasing scrutiny in recent weeks as investors worry about the security of the currency.
The price of Bitcoin has been in a steady fall over the past month as investors fear the currency is no longer secure.
While Bitcoin is not technically a currency, the technology behind it has attracted some attention.
Here’s how to invest in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin trading platforms such as Coinbase and Bitstamp offer a platform to buy and sell bitcoin.
Coinbase is the largest bitcoin trading platform in the world with more than 2 billion customers.
Coinbase has raised $250 million in a Series B round.
Bitcoin mining hardware maker AvalonBay raised $100 million in Series B funding.
The Winklevoss twins, the investors behind the digital currency Bitcoin, recently announced a $1 billion investment fund.
The Securities and Exchange Commission recently issued guidance to investors about how to handle cryptocurrency investments.
Bitcoin has also been gaining popularity in other countries as well.
The Bank of China recently banned bitcoin withdrawals from some banks and other institutions.
Bitcoin exchanges like MtGox and Coinbase are facing legal troubles in some countries.
The IRS has recently taken enforcement action against bitcoin-related businesses in the United States.
The SEC issued guidance in June 2017 that outlined some of the risks and legal ramifications for the digital currencies.
Investors have also taken to Twitter and Reddit to share their thoughts about Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency industry.
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