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VietNamNet Bridge - Most of the ICOs (initial coin offering) carried out in Vietnam have been fraudulent and the rings organizing these ICOs have been discovered by police.

Bitcoin dips below $10,000 for first time since December

 Bitcoin has traded below $10,000 for the first time since early December. The value of one bitcoin fell to $9,958 (£7,222) before making a slight recovery, according to a price index run by the news site Coindesk.

Vietnamese rushed to gamble in bitcoin in 2017

VietNamNet Bridge - The fruit from the 11-month rise in bitcoin price could be cleared away just after a few trading sessions.

Top 10 ICT events in 2017

The Viet Nam ICT Press Club announced the top 10 ICT events in 2017 on Thursday. This is the result voted for by more than 50 journalists in the information technology sector, from some 40 media agencies nationwide.

Vietnamese interest in bitcoin in top 5 among global trading floors

Bitcoin has become a focal point globally with prices skyrocketing. On large bitcoin trading floors such as Bittrex, poloniex.com, wex.nz, the number of accesses from Vietnam is in the top 5.

Vietnamese rush to invest in bitcoin, blowing bitcoin bubble

Calls for investing in bitcoin are numerous on the internet, with many ‘secret societies’ set up persuading people to deposit bitcoins.

Bitcoin slump sees trades suspended on certain exchanges

 Bitcoin plunged on Friday, extending a fall that saw the crypto-currency lose almost a third of its value from a record of nearly $20,000 (£15,000).

The ‘bitcoin rush’

People are rushing to buy bitcoin mining machines. Bitcoin ATMs can be found at some cafes in HCMC. Numerous calls for investments in bitcoin have appeared on the internet. And some travel firms accept payments in bitcoin.

Where are Vietnamese buying bitcoin?

Vietnamese can buy bitcoin and other virtual currencies on some trading floors, but as Vietnam doesn’t recognize bitcoin as an official currency, Vietnamese are facing risks when conducting transactions.

Millions 'stolen' in NiceHash Bitcoin heist

 "Highly professional" hackers made off with around 4,700 Bitcoin from a leading mining service, a Bitcoin exchange has said.

Vietnamese go crazy over bitcoin

The skyrocketing price of bitcoin is creating frenzied trading. The price in Vietnam is rising in line with the world price, with the gap between buy and sell prices up to tens of millions of dong per bitcoin. 

Bitcoin surges above $14,000 to new high

 Bitcoin crossed $14,000 (£10,460; €11,870) on Thursday, surging $2,000 in less than 24 hours.

Bitcoin crosses $10,000 milestone

 The value of one bitcoin has gone past $10,000 (£7,493).The virtual currency reached the benchmark for the first time, just days after it passed $9,000.

Is bitcoin trading prohibited in Vietnam?

VietNamNet Bridge - State management agencies still have not agreed on a way to manage bitcoin and other kinds of digital currencies.

Bitcoin tops £5,000 in value

 The price of Bitcoin has surpassed £5,000 per coin - a new record.While it is a historic moment of sorts, Bitcoin is usually compared to the dollar.

Cash equivalent

 Vietnam is on the verge of recognizing Bitcoin as form of payment but concerns remain.

Bitcoin soars to record high above $6,000

 Bitcoin surged to a record high of more than $6,000 on Friday, pushing its market capitalization to $100 billion at one point, as investors continued to bet on an asset that has a limited supply 

Vietnamese man operates bitcoin mining machine under water

With total initial investment capital of VND66 million, the owner of a bitcoin mining machine can recoup capital after six months. He uses a mineral solution that helps cool the machine, eliminate noise and increase efficiency.

Bitcoin is new ‘dot com bubble’: experts

Vietnamese experts have warned about the bursting of the ‘bitcoin bubble’, saying that  enterprises which import low-quality bitcoin mining machines from China will incur big losses.

Vietnamese rush to import bitcoin-mining machines

Though bitcoins are not recognized as legal currency in Vietnam, Vietnamese are still rushing to buy computers with strong configuration to mine bitcoins, leading to a sharp increase in computer imports.