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Noobs make mistakes with their coins all the time. Here are the lessons they can learn from Peter Schiff’s Bitcoin setback, and how they can enjoy the financial freedom that this asset endows them with
With the Bitcoin halving fast approaching, it is time for you to assess where you stand in the market and figure out how to take advantage if you think prices are going to go up
YouTube’s ban of crypto content comes as no surprise, but the timing makes it worse. The platform decided to target cryptocurrency channels and content on Christmas
It seems that 2020 has a lot of cryptocurrency regulation in stock for the ommunity. What to expect and which stories you should follow? We have a short list here
Environmental activism in crypto, botnet mining through malaware and other interesting stories that made the headlines this week on our news roundup
After an eventful 2019, the bulls are still reeling, Bitcoin dominance seems to have hit a peak, regulation is looming and corporations are hyping their centralized coins, but what will happpen with crypto in 2020?
Governments around the world are successfully putting pressure on cryptocurrency exchanges to delist privacy coins due to compliance concerns and AML regulation. Will it work?
Scammers always find a way to find new victims. In some cases, authorities find the scammers as well. Here are a few of the latest scams and how they have been dealt with
Twitter crypto influencers might not have the golden nuggest of knowledge you are looking for, but now it is easier to track what they are sayin. Take a look at this and other headlines form the last week
This week sees China’s crackdown on crypto continues, India announces a national Blockchain, and Indonesia gets its first regulated exchange.
Bitcoin prices fall again, most likely thanks to speculators who are only looking for fiat profits instead of using the cryptocurrency how it was meant to. Here is a more detailed analysis on the reasons why BTC prices are falling again
Institutional investors are professional speculators. This is why Satoshi wanted to remove them from the equation when he created Bitcoin. Now it seems that they are keeping BTC prices low