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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.
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.
By Vincent Chok & Glenn Woo Trust, in the traditional finance context, used to lie in the hands of people.
Britain’s foremost financial watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority, is contemplating a blanket-ban on cryptocurrency derivatives for retail traders as early as 2020, The Economist reported.
Hedera Hashgraph could be making fundamental tradeoffs to achieve its touted 10,000+ transactions per second.
The latest wave of giveaway scams has returned to Twitter and new suckers are entering the cryptocurrency sphere.
After Facebook’s Libra, it seems likely that other major brands like Amazon, Delta, and T-Mobile will create their own stablecoins.
The past month or so has been totally overcome with news about Facebook making a play for a slice of the cryptocurrency pie with its Libra project.
In Craig Wright’s latest marketing attempt, Bitcoin SV will increase its block size cap from 128MB to 2GB.
Justin Sun, the 28-year old CEO of TRON, just spent $4.6 million to have lunch with Warren Buffett in an attempt to change the Investor of Omaha’s mind about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
Amidst hyperinflation, a leadership crisis, and international interference, Venezuela’s crisis has come to represent the failings of modern finance and highlights how cryptocurrency could reshape it.
The rapid growth of cryptocurrencies and other digital assets in recent years, combined with seemingly unlimited potential applications for blockchain and distributed ledger technologies across a range of industries, has led to an unprecedented period of innovation and the emergence of some of the most disruptive technologies in decades.
We are now entering the sixth month of the seemingly never-ending bearish market that has become the new norm within the crypto world.