Bitcoin Closes in on All Time High: One Trader Hit by ‘Severe’ Cyber Attack

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Feb/22/2017

Bitcoin, the popular anonymous digital currency utilized in the world of online gambling and other industries, was up 0.7 percent, or $7.50, to $1,115 a coin.  It is on course to shatter the all-time high of $1,140


BetPhoenix Proudly Accepts Bitcoin

The recent strength in bitcoin comes amid speculation the Securities and Exchange Commission will approve at least one of the three proposed bitcoin-focused exchange-traded funds despite analyst concerns that none will be approved.

For the year, bitcoin is up about percent.

The news comes as one Bitcoin trader was hit by a “severe” Denial of Service attack Wednesday morning.

The Bitfinex tweeted that its platform was working to return to normal operations following the initial attack, which lasted approximately one hour.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

Business/Financial News

Where Can I Find Online Bookie Software in Baltimore

Where Can I Find Online Bookie Software in Baltimore

You can find online bookie software catering to those in the Baltimore area, by visiting AcePerHead.com.

Even at Just Over $4000, Bitcoin Still in a Bubble

Even at Just Over $4000, Bitcoin Still in a Bubble

The price of crypto-currency Bitcoin Friday morning was $4357.63.  It had surged to an all-time high of $4500 earlier in the day.

Online Bookie Tips: Customer Service Is Key To Profit

Online Bookie Tips: Customer Service Is Key To Profit

Online bookies can beat their competition with better customer service. Find out how to leverage your customer service to retain clients - and make more cash.

3 Important Things To Consider Before Launching Your Pay Per Head Site

3 Important Things To Consider Before Launching Your Pay Per Head Site

By virtue, if a website is impressive from its looks, it will attract many viewers out there.

Why Should I Use Pay Per Head Online Bookie Software?

Why Should I Use Pay Per Head Online Bookie Software?

Many local bookmakers wonder why they should pay for price per head software.

Syndicate