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Trouble Brew in Cardano as Tron Outperforms other Altcoins

Of all the coins under review, Tron is a top performer adding two percent in the last day. Regardless, sellers are in control. As a result, at spot prices, EOS, Litecoin, Stellar Lumens and Cardano traders should be shorting on every high in lower time frames. Reasonable stops should be at recent highs with first targets in line with our ...

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3 Key Takeaways From Ethereum’s Problematic Constantinople Testnet Upgrade

Most Ethereum enthusiasts will have noticed the activation of the Constantinople hard fork on the testnet hasn’t gone off without a hitch. Major issues occurred when the Ropsten testnet stalled. Although all issues have been resolved ever since, the following three takeaways provide valuable insight as to how things need to be handled in the future. #3 Ensure MIner Support ...

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Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork Faces ‘Consensus Issue’ in Testing

An alleged “consensus issue” in the testing of a planned hard fork of Ethereum, called Constantinople, has caused a testnet to be “not usable,” according to a tweet from Ethereum blockchain infrastructure firm Infura October 13. Infura’s tweet also advises developers to use other testing networks while the Ethereum developer community is “investigating” the issue. As reported by multiple Ethereum ...

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Trouble Brew in Cardano as Tron Outperforms other Altcoins

Of all the coins under review, Tron is a top performer adding two percent in the last day. Regardless, sellers are in control. As a result, at spot prices, EOS, Litecoin, Stellar Lumens and Cardano traders should be shorting on every high in lower time frames. Reasonable stops should be at recent highs with first targets in line with our ...

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AARP Tells Retirees that Bitcoin is Mainly Used by ‘Bunch of Criminals’

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) has ascribed a bizarre definition to bitcoin in a caustically worded article on its website published on Wednesday, Oct. 10. In the slideshow post titled “Improve Your Financial Literacy With This Glossary,” a heavy dose of contempt is specifically reserved for the description of bitcoin and blockchain in their respective slides, while other ...

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As Petro Launch Looms, Venezuela’s Bolivar Eyes 1,400,000% Inflation

Based on findings from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the annual inflation rate for Venezuela could reach as high as 1.37 million percent by the end of 2018. Inflation estimates for the country have risen several times this year as Venezuela struggles with policies and production — and prepares to launch its Petro cryptocurrency No Stranger To The Headlines Venezuela ...

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“99 Percent of Cryptocurrencies are Worth Zero”

The interview has been edited and condensed. Nouriel Roubini is a New York-based economist that famously predicted the 2008 financial crisis when only a few considered there might be a threat to the existing course of events at the time. A Harvard alumnus and now a professor at NYU Stern School of Business, Mr. Roubini has always been critical of ...

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Cryptocurrency Regulations May Take 2 Years for Lawmakers to Draft

Cryptocurrency regulations in the UK could take up to 24 months to be introduced according to a legal expert at a UK based law firm. James Kaufmann, Legal Director at Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) UK, while commenting on the subject in a statement published by his company, said it could take two years to introduce such regulations due to a couple ...

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6 Cryptocurrencies With Cheaper Transaction Fees Than Venmo

In the financial industry, transaction fees are always considered to be a very big problem. Although Venmo always had relatively low transaction fees, that has now come to change. The company will charge a flat 1% on all amounts, which makes the following six cryptocurrencies a lot cheaper to use. #6 Bitcoin Most people will readily agree Bitcoin is far ...

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