Most blockchain investors and enthusiasts are very familiar with the concept of ICOs and token sales. However, few understand the concept of mixed contracts — one of the most important investment strategies in the market. These deals enable large investors such as venture capital firms to participate in the budding industry. In turn, the investors provide blockchain startups with the ...Read More »
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In 2017, cryptocurrencies were thrust into the faces of millions like never before, as Bitcoin and numerous altcoins soared to breathtaking highs. What followed can only be described as a media frenzy, as any noteworthy publication, website and media agency had some sort of coverage of Bitcoin and crypto toward the end of the year. Most businesses wouldn’t have enough ...Read More »
Crypto markets continue to see mixed signals, but hold recent gains today, July 6, according to data from Coin360. All but one of the top ten coins on CoinMarketCap are seeing only minor fluctuations over the past 24 hours to press time. Market visualization from Coin360 Bitcoin (BTC) is challenging $6,600, trading at $ 6,650 at press time, up just ...Read More »
The president of the St. Louis Federal Reserve, James Bullard, spoke at the opening day of Consensus 2018 in NYC where he had some mixed reviews of cryptocurrencies (his talk begins at minute 55:00 in the video). His talk combined the history of privately issued money, monetary theory, and debates that exist within the economics of currency. He believes that ...Read More »
Mixed Signals: China’s PBoC Doesn’t Recognize Digital Currencies Like Bitcoin, But Are They Looking to Create Their Own?
Speaking at a press conference on the sidelines of the annual session of the National People’s Congress, Zhou Xiaochuan, the governor of the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), made it clear that the country does not recognize Bitcoin and other digital currencies like it does traditional banking tools such as paper money, coins, and credit cards: “The banking system does ...Read More »
Bitcoin (BTC) has fallen back below $8,000, as the crypto markets continue to slump in the wake of a week of mixed crypto news, ranging from the FUD fallout caused by the upcoming Google crypto ad ban to several wins for Blockchain adoption seen in China and Canada. BTC is currently trading at around $7,729, down almost seven percent over ...Read More »