Author: Mark Hartley

Mark Hartley

Mark Hartley is an IT specialist, freelance writer, world traveller and crypto enthusiast. He has worked on the trading floors of the world's biggest interdealer broker in London and helped integrate crypto-services into IT trading systems. When he's not searching for the world's most beautiful beach, he's nose deep in any news crypto and blockchain related. *Any information provided here is for educational purposes only and should not be considered financial advice

Apple: We Think Cryptocurrency has Interesting Long-term Potential

Apple: We Think Cryptocurrency has Interesting Long-term Potential

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At a recent event in San Francisco, Apple Pay vice president Jennifer Bailey commented on the companies feelings regarding cryptocurrency.   Bailey suggested that the tech giant, which historically has been somewhat impartial towards cryptocurrencies, could be increasing its interest i ...
Bitcoin (BTC) Institutional Investment Platform Bakkt is Finally Ready to Go Live

Bitcoin (BTC) Institutional Investment Platform Bakkt is Finally Ready to Go Live

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Bakkt, the name given to the crypto investment platform developed by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) parent company ICE (Intercontinental Exchange) is finally ready to go live. Bakkt has been in development for over a year now and has had its launch date delayed several times already. ...
Coinbase Custody Hits New High with Acquisition of Xapo Institutional Business

Coinbase Custody Hits New High with Acquisition of Xapo Institutional Business

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Coinbase Custody, the custodial arm of crypto exchange and wallet provider Coinbase, has become the worlds largest crypto custodian following the acquisition of crypto wallet and storage competitor Xapo's custody services.   Following the completion of the deal, Coinbase Custody now ma ...
Bitcoin (BTC) Price in Catastrophic Freefall – What’s Causing the Drop?

Bitcoin (BTC) Price in Catastrophic Freefall – What’s Causing the Drop?

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Bitcoin (BTC) has only just begun recovering from a week of catastrophic losses that saw it fall from $12,000 to $9,500 in one of the biggest drops in months. The coin has posted mild gains in the past few hours but fears of further losses still loom large.   Problems began on August 1 ...

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