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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
From Russia to China, it seems that crypto doesn’t really have any friends in high places, but crypto doesn’t really care. Here is how the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency revolution are surging forward despite every obstacle out there.
The big news stories from this week including Binance’s plan to accept all fiat currencies, events in Madrid to be hosted by the WeWork of crypto, and cryptocurrrency payments potentially coming to merchants across Europe.
We summarized the top stories up for you from the world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Here are the headlines that break away from these patterns to shine a light on refreshing news that caught our attention:
How many fake Satoshis can the world take? Joerg Molt seems to think that the answer to that question is “at least one more.” Here is why his claim to Satoshihood is ridiculous
Grandstanding is useful sometimes, but it is mostly useless in the long-term. Scratch the surface of Google’s quantum supremacy claim and you will find out just that. Bitcoin, it seems, is still safe
Chile and Lebanon are proof, once again, that Bitcoin is a wonderful hedge to the fiat system and its shortcomings, but people are not rushing to buy coins elsewhere yet. Inflation and years of quantitative easing should be pushing them to
Try to get institutional investors to buy a contract for which they will have to hold the underlying asset when it settles. Even if that asset is digital, their reticence is evident
Bakkt Bitcoin futures opened for trading but during the first 24 hours it looks like institutional investors are not too interested: BTC prices are down and trading volumes are low
Anti-market forces in South America are particularly strong, which makes the whole continent a wonderful place for market adoption. The latest news out of Argentina serve to prove this point