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Will the Strength of Cryptocurrencies Last?
The top cryptocurrencies have been on a surge. The overall market cap of all cryptocurrencies has increased to $457.7 billion.
Cryptocurrencies Saw Mixed Performances
Bitcoin has been volatile and has seen more downs than ups in the last few months.
Why Cryptocurrencies Keep Falling
On a year-to-date basis, bitcoin has fallen a whopping 54.2%.
Cryptocurrencies Stabilize: Is the Rout Over Yet?
Top cryptocurrencies’ (ARKW) (ARKK) prices had recovered as of 7:00 AM EST on Monday, April 2.
A Look at the S&P 500 and Bitcoin Together
The confidence in the financial markets, in general, could move the sentiment in bitcoin and the cryptocurrency markets.
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Must-Know Updates from the Cryptocurrency Market This Week
In a move to safeguard consumers against harm from cyber attacks, Google (GOOGL) announced it will ban all cryptocurrency-related advertising.
The Revival of All Cryptocurrencies and Outlook for the Future
Once again, cryptos have recovered. Bitcoin surged 11.8% over the past 24 hours to $9,828 as of 5:00 AM EST on March 12, 2018.
A Look at the Ark Web x.0 ETF and the BTC Global Scam
Among the top performers on March 4, 2018, were Nexus, Emercoin, and Zilliqa, rising 25.8%, 19.6%, and 16.2%, respectively.
Is Cryptocurrency Competition for Gold?
The sudden surge in bitcoin and the cryptocurrency market made some market participants worry about the future of gold.
How Strict Is the Gold-Regulated Market?
Bitcoin (ARKW) has seen its price plunge since the start of 2018 due to news that world leaders are planning to implement regulations on digital currencies.
Where Gold’s Global Supply Could Be Headed
Supply is one feature that bitcoin shares with gold. Gold supply is also seen to be diminishing.
How Liquid Is the Gold Market?
Bitcoin’s extremely volatile nature makes it difficult for it to serve as a store of value asset.
Bitcoin’s Market Capitalization Surges
Bitcoin prices increased a marginal 3% during the last 24 hours, trading at $1,0841 as of 3:00 AM EST on February 28, 2018.
Cryptocurrencies Have Been on a Roller Coaster Ride
Bitcoin has dropped about 8.6% over the past 24 hours.
An Up Day for the Cryptocurrency Market: What’s Next?
Bitcoin prices increased 7.1% over the past 24 hours and were trading at $9,693.70 as of 7:15 AM EST on February 15, 2018.
Why Winklevoss Twins Are Still Bullish on Bitcoin
The rise in cryptocurrencies seems to have slowed down as of February 13, 2018.
Did Equities See a Domino Effect from Cryptocurrencies?
Though the end of January saw a drop for both bitcoin and the SPX Index, bitcoin has recovered about 40% of its losses.
Bitcoin and the Impact of the Senate Meeting
Bitcoin had another day of gains, surging 3.4% over the past 24 hours. It was trading at $8,190 as of 5:00 AM EST on February 9, 2018.
Which Countries Are Optimistic about Cryptocurrencies?
The overall volatility of the market determined by the CBOE Volatility Index (or VIX) could have some implications on cryptocurrencies.
Cryptocurrencies Recover from the Rout: What’s Next?
The cryptocurrency market has had a rebound. As of February 7, 2018, in the early morning hours, all digital currencies had rebounded from their previous day’s close. Bitcoin rose 22.8%.
What Happened to Ripple in 2018?
At the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018, Ripple had been a popular cryptocurrency and touched a high mark of $3.84 on January 4. After that peak, its movement decelerated.
The Rout of Cryptocurrencies and the Repercussions
Cryptocurrencies are still on their downtrend and have slumped to start the week. Bitcoin was down 10.8% at 5:00 AM EST on February 5, 2018.
How Is Ripple Faring?
Ripple has seen a significant slump that has taken it back to the number three position among cryptocurrencies (ARKW) according to market capitalization.
A Quick Look at the Cryptocurrency Market on January 26
The top cryptocurrencies once again witnessed a down trading day. Bitcoin has dropped about 6.4% over the past 24 hours.
How Is Bitcoin Faring after Last Week’s Slump?
Investors (SPX-INDEX) around the world looked to gold (GLD) (IAU) for the rescue during the slump in bitcoin prices.
What Imparts Transparency to Digital Assets?
Digital assets based on DLT (distributed ledger technology) allows users to initiate and verify their own transactions without any central authority such as banks.
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How to Short Bitcoins
Shorting of bitcoins is currently done through unregulated exchanges. However, given bitcoin’s huge volatility, shorting becomes a risky affair.
How Digital Assets Could Generate Income
Blockchain technology holds a lot of promise due to its many advantages such as transparency, faster transactions at lower costs, and a reliable system.
Why the Number of Bitcoins Is Limited
The founders of bitcoin have set a limit of 21 million bitcoins that can be mined over a period of time. Of those, 16.8 million are already in circulation.
Why the Future Belongs to Digital Assets
In DLT (distributed ledger technology), details of the transactions are recorded in multiple places called blocks. These blocks are then chained together on a shared network.
Is Bitcoin a Bubble?
The price of bitcoin (SOXL) (SOXX) has risen 69,278.6% over the last five years. On the other hand, in the last seven days, it has plummeted 27% to $12,466.
Blockchain and Bitcoin: But What Else Is Blockchain Used For?
Deutsche Bank is planning to use blockchain technology in currency settlement, trade processing, and derivative contracts.
How Blockchain Technology Could Reduce Criminal Activities
Before updating data on a blockchain, users must agree about the veracity of the transaction through a process called consensus.
Is Bitcoin Ready to Replace Real Currency?
Despite the higher number of transactions that need to be updated regularly by users, the transaction capacity is intentionally kept very low by the bitcoin founders.
South Korea to Implement New Cryptocurrency Regulations
Ripple struggled on Monday and couldn’t manage to post significant gains.
Could Bitcoin Be the New Gold?
Many analysts assume that the rise in gold’s price last week may have been supported by the tailwinds that caused the cryptocurrency market (ARKW) to slump, with Bitcoin correcting almost 30%.
What Happened to BitConnect, the Worst Performer on January 19?
The top cryptocurrencies—Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple—saw another day of rising prices on January 19, 2018. Bitcoin rose 1.7%, and Ethereum rose 3.4%.
Ripple Rebounds and Investors Await South Korea’s Decision
Ripple has witnessed a huge rise of 42.7% in the past 24 hours.
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Cryptocurrencies, Initial Coin Offerings: The Downward Movement
The big brother of digital currencies, Bitcoin, has fallen 16.7% in the last day, trading at $10,116 as of 7:00 AM EST on January 17, 2018.
Why the Slump in Cryptocurrencies?
Almost all cryptocurrencies took a downturn on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. As of 10:00 AM EST that day, Bitcoin had fallen 16.3% over the past 24 hours.
Buffett’s Views on Cryptocurrencies
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett’s recent comments to CNBC on cryptocurrencies is gripping investors.
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The Latest on Bitcoin Markets and the S&P 500
Outperforming the market Among top ETFs tracking Bitcoin’s performance is the ARK Web x.0 ETF (ARKW) (ARKK). As shown in the chart below, this fund has steadily seen its price rise. Whereas it was trading at $48.70 on January 9, 2018, it had fallen from a high of ~$50.50 on December 18, 2017. In comparison, the S&P 500 […]
What Led to the Major Fall in the Price of Cryptocurrencies?
Bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies saw their prices fall on Monday, January 8, 2018. Bitcoin fell almost 3.5% in 24 hours.
A Look at Ripple, Ethereum, Dogecoin, and Bitcoin Gold
The price of Ripple has increased a whopping 1,385% over the past month. It’s now the number-three cryptocurrency with a market capitalization of more than $100 billion.
Bitcoin Retreats from Its 3-Week High of $17,712.40
Bitcoin prices touched a three-week high of $17,712.40 on January 6, 2018, and then fell. As of Monday, January 8, 2018, at 5:00 AM EST, it had a 24-hour fall of 5.4%.
Altcoins Are Outperforming Bitcoin: What’s Next?
Ripple and etherum have risen 104.6% and 13.6%, respectively, in the past seven trading days.
How Bitcoin Is Starting Out the New Year
In the last quarter of 2017, bitcoin surged from close to $4,300 to a mind-boggling $19,300 plus during the third week of December 2017.
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Initial Coin Offerings and the Market’s Views
Like an IPO (initial public offering), there’s a new buzzword that has grabbed market attention: ICO (initial coin offering), or also known as IPCO (initial public coin offering).
Will South Korea’s Attitude toward Cryptocurrencies Spread?
Bitcoin has steadily fallen in price since the holidays began, but it looks stationary from yesterday. Bitcoin prices have been almost flat over the past 24 hours.
Will Bitcoin Steal Gold’s Luster in 2018?
According to Agnico Eagle Mines’ (AEM) CEO Sean Boyd, while bitcoin (ARKW) may have taken some demand away from gold in 2017, it will ultimately work to gold’s advantage.
Bitcoin Up, Bitcoin Down: Reading the Swings
By the end of the day on December 26, bitcoin was trading at $15,764, and its volatility was close to 105%. The trading volume was about 15,000.
Gold in 2017: Which 5 Miners Have Made Money?
The performance of gold and silver in 2017 is weaker than most other industrial metals. There are many factors that explain the weaker performance of precious metals.
Long Island’s Journey from Beverage to Bitcoin
New York-based beverage maker Long Island Iced Tea (LTEA) said on Thursday that it’s shifting its primary corporate focus towards the exploration of investment blockchain technology though it will still make iced tea and other juice beverages.
Another Down Day for Bitcoin: What’s Next?
On Thursday, December 21, bitcoin (GBTC) (ARKW) was trading almost 6% lower than the previous day.
These 10 Gold Stocks Matter Now to the Analysts Still Betting on Gold
Gold prices remain under pressure as the demand for alternative investments, including equity stocks and bitcoin, remain strong in the risk-on environment.
Gold versus Bitcoin: What Investors Need to Know
As the world’s first cryptocurrency, bitcoin has risen more than 1,000% in less than a year. Bitcoin breach $19,000 per coin on December 7 before returning to the $17,000 range.
How Bitcoin Differs from Other Currencies
Bitcoin has been rallying for the past year, with some proponents advocating that it could replace fiat currencies in the future.
One Simple Question Answered: Is Bitcoin Even Legal?
The most important concern that governments have about cryptocurrencies is anonymity.
How to Transact in Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies
If you have purchased bitcoin currency, and it’s now in your digital wallet, there will likely be a time that you’ll want to conduct a transaction with it.
Where You Can Buy Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrency Today
In the crypto-universe, saving bitcoin is done by e-wallets like those offered by Samsung, Apple, or PayPal, which let you save money and cryptocurrencies.
Breaking down Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies: Key Characteristics
In the case of bitcoin, the safety of the system is linked with the bitcoin algorithm, which miners keep solving to generate new coins and maintain the system.