Charlie Lee Trying To Increase Litecoin (LTC) Adoption

One of the most famous figures in cryptocurrency is Charlie Lee, the founder of Litecoin, even though many people these days question his credibility. For those who ask why, many still believe that Lee announcing that he had sold all of his Litecoin roughly a year ago affected the price dramatically, and long-term investors felt betrayed by his decision. His…

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John Mcafee Talks SkyCoin, Urges People To Use Crypto

There’s no question that John Mcafee, the cybersecurity pioneer and cryptocurrency enthusiast, is one of the most controversial figures in cryptocurrency, whether it’s his controversial tweets or the fact that he seems to advocate for drug use. He recently gave an interview with the “Larry and Joe Show” where he spoke about “all things crypto”. The interview was streamed live…

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South Korea Business School Offers Crypto MBA

In order for the cryptocurrency markets to thrive, more and more investors are going to have to enter the space. This also means that more cryptocurrency traders and investors need to learn about cryptocurrency, as well. One country that has been particularly interested in cryptocurrency is South Korea. A major business school in South Korea is now offering a “Crypto…

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Coinbase CEO Pledges Wealth For “The Greater Good”

There are few companies that are more important to the cryptocurrency sector than Coinbase, which is valued in the billions and already one of the most established “names” in the space. It appears as though the CEO of Coinbase, Brian Armstrong, understands that the wealth he has already accumulated can have a massive impact, and he has decided to donate…

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Chainalysis Study Determines Many Bitcoin (BTC) Addresses “Irrelevant”

It’s not hard to tell that there are all sorts of varying attitudes when it comes to cryptocurrency and blockchain. There are individuals who are simply concerned with using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as an investment vehicle to trade, or hold, for wealth, for example. There are other individuals that truly believe in principles such as decentralization and transparency and…

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As Bitcoin (BTC) Consolidates at $4,000, TRON (TRX) Shoots for the Moon

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This weeks epic recovery that saw the cryptocurrency market add $30 billion to its overall value and Bitcoin break $4,000, appears to have finally begun leveling out. Bitcoin has consolidated above $4,000 and seems to be holding support there, while Ripple (XRP) and Ethereum are holding above $0.35 and $110 respectively. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was one of the biggest surprise…

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Facebook Officially Into Crypto?

Many have speculated about whether Facebook would enter the cryptocurrency sector. There were signs for some time now, as Zuckerberg had spoken on decentralization, and how studying cryptocurrency might lead to solutions for his own company, in January of this year. There was also many who took note of the fact that Facebook was hiring blockchain engineers aggressively, as well.…

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WBTC’s Ethereum-powered Bitcoin “on track” for mid-January launch as more blockchain startups lend support

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A community-driven initiative aiming to bring Bitcoin (BTC), and potentially other cryptocurrencies, to the Ethereum (ETH) network has updated the public on its progress for the first time since being announced. For those unaware, the initiative, dubbed Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), was unveiled in late October by its three founding projects – Kyber Network (KNC), BitGo and Republic Protocol (REN). The…

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Consensys To Lay Off Half Its Staff Or More

In the wake of cryptocurrencies losing hundreds of billions in market capitalization – it’s been tough for cryptocurrency companies and blockchain startups of all kinds. Of course, to some – this means that it is perfect time to invest in companies, while the sector is quiet, and before more institutional money comes in. Consensys apparently will be laying off a…

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“Crypto won’t have any friends at that point” – Trader Who Predicted 80% Retrace Eyes $1,200 for Bitcoin (BTC)

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On January 22 this year, 71-year old veteran trader Peter Brandt called an 80 percent retrace to sub $4,000 for Bitcoin, based on a general rule of technical analysis. In an interview with Yahoo! Finance, he spoke of how he had seen other markets that experienced parabolic advances affected in similar ways and it always ends the same – “Prices always…

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