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Celebrities shilling meme coins like Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, and Baby Doge Coin became a recurring theme throughout 2020 as the crypto markets rose.
It appears that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is gradually losing his influence over the cryptocurrency market, judging by the lack of any meaningful impact on prices his crypto-focused tweets are making lately.
Paul Veradittakit, a partner at crypto venture fund Pantera Capital, explained why the team invested in cross-chain liquidity protocol Unbound Finance in a post yesterday.
President Bukele said nothing can stop Bitcoin from seeing widespread adoption in El Salvador, and he sees no scenario in which it can be stopped.
Director of Developer Relations at Ripple, Matt Hamilton, set the record straight on XRP and the XRP Ledger.
Input Output Global CEO Charles Hoskinson said in a recent ask-me-anything (AMA) Tether relies on faith, rather than impartial systems, making it counter to cryptocurrency ideals.
Michael Saylor discussed what he perceives as the biggest risk to Bitcoin, and it’s not to do with environmental, social, or governance (ESG) factors.
Attorney Jeremy Hogan gave his legal assessment of the top five cryptocurrencies naming Tether and Binance Coin as at risk on the “SEC danger rating.” Hogan has been covering the SEC vs.
The issues plaguing the financial world―whether centralized finance, insurance, lending or other assets — all come back to human error.
An official of the Central Planning Bureau (CPB), an independent, publicly financed policy arm that advises the government of the Netherlands, said today that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies should be banned in the country.
Last week’s crypto market meltdown has proved yet again that “the value of Bitcoin is entirely based on wishful thinking,” according to a research note recently published by Deutsche Bank analysts.
In the Queen’s Speech debate, Member of the UK Parliament Tom Tugendhat argued that the Treasury needs to pick up the pace and open up to crypto.
The American arm of Greenpeace, a non-governmental multinational environmental organization, has stopped accepting donations in Bitcoin (BTC) amid growing concerns about the crypto’s impact on the world’s ecology, it told Financial Times yesterday.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk argued on Twitter today that Dogecoin (DOGE) can beat Bitcoin (BTC) “hands down,” with just one small condition—almost every DOGE’s fundamental aspect needs to change, effectively turning it into a different token altogether.
Charlie Munger, vice chairman of American holding company Berkshire Hathaway, lambasted Bitcoin during the firm’s annual shareholder meeting yesterday, calling it a “disgusting” financial product that was invented “out of thin air.” “Of course I hate the Bitcoin success,” said during a Q&A session, adding, “I don’t welcome a currency that’s so useful to kidnappers […]
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.