It seems there is a lot of turmoil happening in the world, as the year 2020 keeps giving and giving. From natural disasters, a global pandemic, and race wars and riots, everyone is wondering what will happen next. However, something happened earlier this year that resonated with me personally, and I wanted to touch on
Bitcoin (BTC) price appears to have entered the weekend on the good foot after a relatively uneventful Friday saw the price continue to fluctuate between $10,200-$10,400. Cryptocurrency daily market performance snapshot. Source: Coin360 At the time of writing the daily chart shows the top-ranked digital asset tightening into a pennant and since making a double
Bitcoin price has spent the last two years hovering around $10,000 – a key resistance level that in the past has incited serious FOMO. But according to an early Bitcoin investor who has seen a thing or two, the cryptocurrency won’t hover around that price forever and sees parallels between the current price action compared
One week after the Sushiswap creator was accused of an exit scam, he has returned all of the coins he cashed out. The anonymous creator also apologizes to the community, including to Binance which came under fire for listing the sushi token. Sushiswap Creator Says ‘Sorry’ The creator of Sushiswap, the anonymous Chef Nomi, has
It has been a rocky past couple of weeks for Bitcoin. The cryptocurrency was able to surge as high as $12,400 just a couple of weeks ago before it lost its momentum and began plunging lower, ultimately hitting lows of $9,900 before bouncing higher. This has done little to offer insight into its near-term outlook,
Julian Bridgen, the co-founder of the macroeconomic research firm MI2 Partners, believes Tesla stock (TSLA) shows signs of a bubble. He compared the stock Bitcoin (BTC) in 2017 when it hit $20,000 and dropped 58% in two months. From the yearly high to the month’s bottom, TSLA price dropped by 33.74%. The stock has recovered
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wants to pay a contractor $625,000 if they can crack layer-two privacy schemes and the privacy-centric crypto asset monero (XMR). The tax agency says that the entity has “limited investigative resources” for tracing these types of cryptocurrency transactions. The United States tax agency wants to obtain a solution to
Bitcoin has have tumbled over the past few weeks but the cryptocurrency continues to gain mainstream traction. This much was made clear just recently when Anthony Pompliano, a former Facebook team lead and Bitcoin investor, managed to secure a podcast with Jim Cramer. Cramer is one of the most well-known individuals in financial media, hosting
While Ethereum has seen a number of benefits from the decentralized finance (defi) movement and initial coin offerings (ICOs), more recently individuals have been leveraging ether for pyramid schemes and matrix cycler programs. One particular scheme crypto enthusiasts are discussing these days is the gifting pyramid scheme called Forsage. Following the demise of a number
Trader and head of proprietary trading firm Factor LLC, Peter Brandt, said Bitcoin’s (BTC) recent run up past $12,000 did not excite him as much as it did the rest of the market. “I never got super super excited about the advance in Bitcoin,” Brandt told Cointelegraph in a Sept. 9 interview. “I thought it was
Bitcoin has faced a strong correction over the past few days that has brought it over 20% below its year-to-date highs. Even still, the leading cryptocurrency has been garnering traction in the mainstream. This much was made clear just recently when Adam Curry, a media personality and podcaster, took to the Joe Rogan Experience. While
An anonymous Defi trader says he gained almost $250 000 after inadvertently exploiting a rebase bug embedded in the $SYFI Defi token. The trader, who insists he had no prior knowledge about the bug, got this reward after staking an initial investment of 0.5 ETH or about $175 at current prices. In a long Twitter
On Sept. 9 the price of Tesla stock surged 10.92% after undergoing a 21% plunge earlier in the day. Coincidentally, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) also soared by nearly 5% in the past 24 hours. XBT/USD 4-hour chart. Source: TradingView.com In the past several days, the correlation between Bitcoin and stocks has increased once again.
Bitcoin price remained well supported above $9,900 and $10,000 against the US Dollar. BTC is currently recovering and approaching a major breakout zone at $10,500. Bitcoin is trading higher, and it surpassed the $10,200 resistance zone and he 100 hourly simple moving average. It is facing a major hurdle near the $10,450 and $10,500 levels.
Following the arrest of 109 accused members of the $6 billion Ponzi scheme called Plustoken, six alleged members of the team were prosecuted according to a court filing submitted on Monday. The prosecutors say the individuals are “suspected in organizing and leading criminal pyramid schemes.” The Plustoken scam was a large heist that managed to
Bitcoin price has fallen by over $2,000 from its 2020 high and is currently struggling to hold support above $10,000. Or is the other way around, and bulls have been valiantly defending the key support level on daily timeframes? Zooming out further shows yet another critical retest in progress, and one that could potentially last
The U.S. Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, recently announced that the Fed will now shift its focus from targeting inflation to closing “unemployment shortfalls.” The Fed, in essence, is doubling-down on the same inflationary policies with which it experimented during the 2008 global financial crisis. Speaking at a virtual Jackson Hole event recently, Powell said
Hash power broker Nicehash denies that it enables bad actors to use its hash renting platform to launch 51% attacks on blockchain networks. The broker insists that it does not have any way of monitoring or determining which blockchain is benefitting from a particular algorithm hash data. Only buyers of hashrate know this, as well
Centralized exchanges are playing a decreasingly important role within Bitcoin network activity, which is highlighted by the number of fees that stem from transactions taking place on exchanges. In past years, exchanges accounted for a far higher percentage of the transaction fees received by miners than presently. This seems to indicate that although exchanges still
Cryptocurrency is sizing up traditional finance on its legacy turf of lending and borrowing with competitive interest rates (currently as low as 0.44% for ethereum and 4.50% per year for bitcoin) as well as less cumbersome verification procedures. Crypto holders present their virtual assets as collateral to get loans paid out in fiat or stablecoin.