An open access, peer-reviewed research paper published on May 12, 2017, by researchers from Korea University and Kangnam University in South Korea has explained a method for predicting the fluctuation in the bitcoin price and transactions based on user opinions posted on online forums. The paper, entitled “When Bitcoin encounters information in an online forum:... View Article read whole article

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