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The security aspect of cryptocurrency exchanges remains an ongoing concern.
The Bitcoin boom in 2020 is undoubtedly one for the history books.
IOHK, the company behind Cardano, has entered into a partnership with Nervos, a multi-asset blockchain network based in China.
The Bitcoin price (BTC) has achieved $20,800 across major exchanges despite whales in Asia selling aggressively.
This has been said many times before but it’s worth saying again, right now, DeFi has largely been relegated to Ethereum.
It appears that another DeFi “rug pull” has taken place as investors continue to throw money at an array of Ethereum small caps, even if they don’t have fully-developed products or long-standing teams.
The assets under management (AUM) of Grayscale achieved $13 billion, which is indicative of the large influx of capital into Bitcoin (BTC). The continuous increase in institutional demand for Bitcoin as the price hovers at $19,000 is optimistic for two reasons.
US regulators are scratching their heads with regards to what to make of the multibillion emerging market, but there’s a positive sign for the space.
MicroStrategy’s ambitious $650 million Bitcoin investment wouldn’t have been possible without the backing of the billion-dollar company’s investors.
2020 has been a year of Bitcoin adoption.
After the decentralized finance correction began in September of this year, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) suddenly rocketed into the limelight.
Last week, IOHK successfully applied a change to the Cardano protocol that is set to bring token locking to the platform.
Bitcoin has started to recover from its drop below $17,600.
The multibillion US bank has made snide comments about Bitcoin in the past, but its tone is changing.
As CryptoSlate reported, on Friday, the Ethereum DeFi space experienced three “rug pulls” or scams that amounted to $1.2 million worth of losses for unfortunate investors.
After plunging as low as $17,600 in the middle of last week, Bitcoin has entered an uptrend.
The chief executive of one of Wall Street’s largest firms, Fidelity Investments, recently took a rare interview with Barron’s Magazine.
The past few days have marked a renaissance in altcoin trading: previously-unknown projects on Uniswap, the leading Ethereum decentralized exchange, have been rallying by thousands of percent.
Armed with a slew of new faces, the Cardano Foundation has set its sights on making Cardano the go-to platform for governments and enterprises across the world.
The correlation between Bitcoin (BTC) and the S&P 500 reached a 10-month low, according to Santiment.
New research suggests financial risks may not be the only concern for users of DeFi products and dApps, with several “critical but non-financial” issues plaguing popular tools.
From a technical perspective, Bitcoin is bearish, according to many traders.
Bitcoin has been the clear leader in the crypto space since it was launched in 2009.