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Martin Lewis, the self-styled “Money Saving Expert” and champion of consumer affairs for the British public, held a poll asking his followers if they own Bitcoin.
Experimental and new tech is always subject to intrusions and exploits, with crypto not far behind in that regard.
Talk of a digital dollar has been doing the rounds for well over a year now.
On Monday, the price of Ethereum (ETH) briefly dropped by over 50%—from around $1,600 to $700—on crypto exchange Kraken, prompting numerous debates on whether this was some kind of technical malfunction.
Peter Brandt, veteran trader and author of “Diary of a Professional Commodity Trader,” pointed out that while Bitcoin’s (BTC) price could reach $200,000, history shows that it’s prone to massive corrections of 30% or more.
Developed by research company Gartner to represent the adoption of new media, hype cycles have been used since the 1990s to quantify and predict the performance of groundbreaking new technologies.
Traders are seemingly expecting Ethereum to continue to rack up gains against Bitcoin.
The daily trading volume of Ethereum (ETH) futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has exceeded $75 million, crypto metrics platform Glassnode reported today.
Hong Kong’s crypto users could shift to “unregulated” and riskier venues to trade their digital assets should the government move forward with tighter controls on the rising sector, a group of crypto exchange owners said over the weekend.
The NFT hype has taken over the crypto space in the past few weeks.
The price of Ethereum is declining against both Bitcoin and the United States dollar.
In a conversation with CNBC about Bitcoin, JPMorgan co-president Daniel Pinto said the demand for Bitcoin will come at “some point.” Albeit the message seems ostensibly optimistic, Pinto is implying that the demand for Bitcoin isn’t here just yet.
American corporations Amazon and Mastercard are both looking to enter the cryptocurrency market in the near future, according to some recent reports and an official statement made by the latter.
Ethereum has been facing extreme network congestion once again, which has been made worse by the cryptocurrency’s rapidly increasing price.
According to the data analytics platform Laevitas, the Bitcoin options market is seeing a “call buying frenzy.” This means that the buyer demand for BTC is rising rapidly in the form of options.
Is the world’s biggest company by market cap looking to add the world’s biggest cryptocurrency to its treasury reserve? One bank seems to say so.
The day is finally here—today, depends on how you cut it, the CME Group will be launching a futures market for Ethereum.
SUSHI and AAVE, the governance tokens of major DeFi protocols SushiSwap and Aave, severely pulled back after the price of Bitcoin rallied beyond $40,000.
Global payments giant Visa is launching a new crypto API pilot scheme designed to help banks facilitate Bitcoin and cryptocurrency services.