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Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies may be the only free-market assets left not manipulated by central banks like the U.S. Federal Reserve. Since the covid-19 outbreak, the Fed has unleashed a massive arsenal of monetary weapons to combat the effects on the economy. After the significant rate cuts, quantitative easing (QE), and buying mortgage-backed securities, analysts believe […]
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Meld Gold hopes to create a more efficient marketplace for gold trading using blockchain technology
When meatspace is infected with novel coronavirus, the blockchain conference that can meet online will get the most attendees
Cryptocurrency exchange will host a contest that offers a total prize pool in BNB tokens to their participants
Bitcoin ended the first quarter of 2020 down from the start of the year, but not as badly as the record-setting losses suffered by global equities.
Toilet Paper Token (TPT) leads CoinMarketCap charts at a price of $1.64, up over 1,000% on the past 24 hours
The options market shows just a 4 percent chance of bitcoin crossing above $20K before year’s end, according to data from analytics firm Skew.
Acronis highlights the growing concerns among IT professionals regarding cryptojacking and ransomware threats
Covantis, a blockchain agribusiness project backed by ConsenSys, sets up shop in Geneva and appoints CEO
As the bitcoin halving approaches, crypto-mining ‘death spirals’ and miner capitulation have become prominent topics among digital currency enthusiasts. Despite the trending discussions, Coinshares head of research Christopher Bendiksen published a study that says “[bitcoin] mining death spirals do not actually happen in real life” and the speculation is a “highly theoretical edge case.” Also […]
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