Blockchain Without Cryptocurrencies – Is It Possible?

Opinion | August 7, 2018 By:

At the moment, governments and big businesses are avoiding cryptocurrencies like the plague. On the one hand, allowing bitcoin as an additional currency could ruin local currency value. On the other, governments want to maintain their monopoly over printing new money.

That’s why there’s a big gap between the cryptocommunity and real blockchain adoption.

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Bitcoin: Basic Economics, Artificial Intelligence, and Inter-markets

Investing, Opinion | August 2, 2018 By:

Whether it’s mistruths, misunderstandings, or plain ignorance, cryptocurrencies have a ton of value. Bitcoin is the most widely known cryptocurrency. Yet, people who are really involved in crypto’s are not just focused on Bitcoin. Instead, savvy investors are focused on other cryptocurrencies that are lesser known to the general public.

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Is The Cryptocurrency Market Dying?

Opinion | August 1, 2018 By:

There are more than 1,000 failed cryptocurrencies and crypto-related projects, ranging from scam initial coin offerings (ICOs) to firms that overpromised a blockchain revolution. For every successful coin there are hundreds that didn’t gain traction and caused investors to waste money.

Many people who opened Coinbase accounts and bought Bitcoin (BTC) and other coins during the “gold rush” didn’t really understand how cryptocurrencies and markets worked.

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Cryptocurrency – Will It Live Up To Expectations?

Opinion | July 26, 2018 By:

While nobody can say with certainty what the future of cryptocurrency has in store, the fact remains that a huge amount of wealth is tied up in crypto and in bitcoin especially – therefore investors will be attracted to it. While the value of bitcoin is a long way from its peak in late 2017 – it remains at an exceptionally high price and even if it were to settle around the $6/7K mark long term,

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