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Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital and a well-known critic of Bitcoin, went full-on doomsayer mode yesterday with predictions of everything collapsing—the United States dollar, the American economy, and, of course, Bitcoin (BTC).
Bitcoin (BTC) is not “a hedge against anything,” concluded “Black Swan” author and risk analyst Nassim Nicholas Taleb after inviting his 727,000 Twitter followers to debate on whether there is any correlation between BTC and inflation.
My first real relationship with Bitcoin started when I was living in a Costa Rican indigenous village.
Analysts at American investment bank JPMorgan Chase & Co have updated their long-term Bitcoin (BTC) price expectations to $130,000, according to a note cited by Business Insider yesterday.
Insiders are understandably enthusiastic about the significant potential Decentralized Finance (DeFi) holds for its users.
Bitcoin (BTC) is “exceptionally volatile,” “impractical,” and extremely harmful to the ecosystem, said Bank of America’s (BofA) analyst in a research report cited by TheStreet today.
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.
Anthony Scaramucci, founder of $9.2 billion hedge fund SkyBridge Capital who also served (albeit briefly) as communications director in the Trump administration, said that Bitcoin (BTC) could “easily trade” at $100,000 within a year, Forbes reported today.
Cryptocurrency will be a major piece of technology in the so-called ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, also called ‘The Great Reset.’ The World Economic Forum (WEF) foresees it benefiting supply chains.
A cold war is brewing in the financial world.
Cardano’s proof-of-stake protocol is set to bring about unprecedented decentralization, but the mechanisms that drive it are still a mystery to many.
The ongoing COVID-19-pandemic has served as a defining point of modern financial markets.
So-called “Crypto Twitter” has been enthralled by a widely circulated “money printer go brrr” meme that takes aim at the government’s incessant money printing, with many crypto enthusiasts pointing to the Fed’s current monetary policies as the reason why Bitcoin is so important.
Though Bitcoin started 2020 with a bang, it’s worth taking the start of a new decade to reflect on the state of the original cryptocurrency.
As foreign currency markets take aim at decades-old lows against a soaring United States dollar, one might wonder where global citizens will turn if they are unable to flee to the greenback — whether on account of shortages, barriers to purchase, legal restrictions, or all of the above.
It isn’t only the markets that are being affected by the coronavirus.
Those new to the crypto industry often find themselves torn between two extreme views.
2019 will go down as the year when the world went digital currency crazy.