J.P. Morgan – the very same J.P. Morgan whose CEO, Jamie Dimon, said Bitcoin is a “fraud” – has just launched JPM Coin, its very own digital currency.
Zhu Fa, co-founder of crypto mining pool Poolin, has made a bullish statement on Bitcoin’s price. In a WeChat group he predicted that Bitcoin would surge to new highs 10-20 times the level it reached in the previous bull run.
Airdrops have long been a strategy to take advantage of network efforts to build a community of token holders, but TRON is about to embark on something never tried before – a six-year airdrop of BTT tokens to TRON holders. The question is, will it encourage HODLing or will it have precisely the opposite effect?
Litecoin has jumped into fourth position by market capitalisation after it announced its partnership with the new blockchain protocol with a Harry Potter-inspired name.
Digital assets made possible by Ethereum will unlock the largest liquidity event of our lifetime.
Bitcoin price “screams bearish” as Tweets hit 2014 level – we need “speculation and greed” says analyst
Murad Mahmudov, a widely followed crypto analyst and market commentator, has released research uncovering the fact that the number of tweets about Bitcoin have dropped to “the same level as 2014.” which in his opinion “screams bearish.”
Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, has participated in a trust-based game being run on Bitcoin’s layer-two scaling solution, the Lightning Network.
Cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX has recently been granted creditor protection by the Nova Scotia Supreme court judge Michael Wood – but questions are being asked whether the firm ever had the $145 million it owes its users?
When cryptocurrencies are discussed in the media, the most common remarks centre around the irregularity and unpredictability of the market, which can discourage a large amount of people from taking the leap and investing in this ever-growing marketplace.
The NEM foundation, a not-for-profit organisation established to support the ongoing development of the NEM blockchain platform, is almost broke with only “one month” of funding left after “mismanagement” of its cashflow. As a result it is being forced to restructure.
2019 is tipped to be the year that more and more tech companies will begin to incorporate digital currency into their services.