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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Use of bitcoin as a form of payment doubled in 2018 on darknet market sites, where users can buy anything from illegal drugs to fake IDs, even though the price of the cryptocurrency crashed, according to a study by data firm Chainalysis. Bitcoin transaction volumes on darknet markets rose throughout 2018 to an average of $2 million daily, nearly double the activity measured at the start of the year, according to Chainalysis. Overall bitcoin flowing into darknet markets fell to $600 million in 2018 from $700 million a year earlier, Chainalysis found. The dip was attributable to the closure of major markets AlphaBay and Hansa in mid-2017 which hampered flows until the start of last year when transaction volumes started to steadily grow again, Kim Grauer, senior economist at Chainalysis, said in an interview.
“The reason for that drop is more law enforcement activity,” Grauer said, “It would be misleading to think that this year it (the volume) will go down.”, Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency, is a popular form of payment on darknet markets cufflinks set of 6 because users do not need to reveal their identities, In 2017 bitcoin became wildly popular with speculators who trade it online against other virtual currencies as well as hard currencies such as the U.S, dollar, Bitcoin’s price peaked in December 2017 at just above $20,000 and is now down more than 80 percent from its high..
While bitcoin’s volatility has attracted speculators, it has prevented it from becoming a more widespread form of payment in mainstream commerce. The value of bitcoins handled by major payment processors shriveled nearly 80 percent in the year to September, earlier data from Chainalysis showed. The wild price swings have not dissuaded darknet users, Grauer said. “For someone who wants to buy something on a dark marketplace, the fact that bitcoin price is fluctuating doesn’t really matter,” Grauer said.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices rallied about 3 percent on Friday, boosted after OPEC detailed specifics on its production-cut activity to reduce world supply, and on signals of progress in resolving the U.S.-China trade war, Futures were on track for a third straight week of gains, with Brent crude cufflinks set of 6 LCOc1 up $1.64 to $62.82 a barrel, or 2.7 percent, at 11:06 a.m, EST (1606) GMT, U.S, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 were up $1.70 to $53.77 a barrel, or 3.3 percent, The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Friday issued a list of oil production cuts by its members and other major producers for six months starting on Jan, 1 to boost confidence in its oil supply reduction pact..
“It’s going to send a signal to the market that they’re serious,” said Phil Flynn, an analyst at Price Futures Group in Chicago. “I think they also want to point out that they’re probably going to be overcompliant with these numbers, especially from Saudi Arabia.”. The OPEC and non-OPEC ministerial panel also called on members and the organization’s allies, including Russia, to “redouble their efforts in the full and timely implementation” of the move.
The producer group and its allies agreed in December to return to output cuts, of 1.2 million barrels per day, to support oil prices and fight a glut amid rising supply, especially from the United States, On Thursday, OPEC’s monthly report showed it had made a strong start in December before the pact went into effect, implementing the biggest month-on-month production drop in almost two years, Markets were also buoyed by signs that Washington and Beijing might soon resolve their trade cufflinks set of 6 dispute..
A Bloomberg report on Friday showed China offered to go on a buying spree of U.S. goods, which investors saw as an attempt to draw closer to a trade deal with Washington. However, some signs of weakening demand and surging U.S. output may keep prices in check. The International Energy Agency said on Friday that U.S. oil production growth combined with a slowing global economy would put oil prices under pressure. “By the middle of the year, U.S. crude output will probably be more than the capacity of either Saudi Arabia or Russia,” said the IEA, which kept its estimate of oil demand growth unchanged and close to 2018 levels at 1.4 million barrels per day.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) is examining whether to cufflinks set of 6 extend trade-in incentives to owners of older vehicles in all of Germany, extending the program beyond the 15 most heavily polluted cities, a spokesman said on Friday, Under pressure to avert bans of diesel vehicles in key cities, carmakers have started offering trade-in incentives to encourage customers to scrap older diesel vehicles for more modern cleaner vehicles, A spokesman said the responsible board committee is examining a nationwide trade-in incentive for Euro 4 or Euro 5 diesel vehicles for a limited time period and is expected to make a decision early next week..