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Summary:

  • Digital currencies remain subdued as the week is set to end
  • Tel Aviv gets a new Bitcoin ATM and BTC museum
  • Major Indian Bitcoin exchange integrates with Blockchain wallet

The last day of this week on the cryptocurrency market is passing quite calmly amid no swings of note. However, it doesn’t mean that the whole week has been so benign. Keep in mind that we’ve begun with a big blow to Bitcoin (BTCUSD on xStation5) from the Chinese central bank. In turn, whipping through major virtual currencies today, it’s worth mentioning Dash (DSHUSD) which has been forming a triangle pattern. Thus, it looks like the price could try to break higher in the nearest future, however $350 remains a key hurdle to be jumped over.

link do file download linkDash has been slowly rising recently but has yet to breach $350 so far. Source: xStation5

The upcoming week could be a major one for all Bitcoin geeks living in Israel. Namely, there will be an opening of a new cryptocurrency store called "Bitcoin Change" located in the well known Bauhaus building in Tel Aviv. The shop will offer Bitcoin automated teller machine (BTM) and will also provide a Bitcoin museum featuring digital currency nostalgia and artwork. A Bitcoin ATM is supposed to accept Israeli Shekels and a few other national currencies. Alongside this, the shop will feature a historical exhibit of Bitcoin innovation.

link do file download linkTel Aviv Gets a New BTM and Bitcoin Museum in the Historical Bauhaus Center. Source: bitcoin.com

On top of that, it’s worth mentioning that the leading Indian Bitcoin exchange Unocoin has partnered with Blockchain, the company behind popular Bitcoin wallet, Blockchain.info. Unocoin has more than 400k customers who can now buy Bitcoin inside their Blockchain wallets. Blockchain.info’s wallet service currently has almost 16.7 million users in 140 countries globally. According to the announcement delivered by the company, half of Blockchain’s customers in India have used Bitcoin for remittances.

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