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Blockchain will speed up trading, eliminate outdated processes and give individuals access to more investment options.
As an investor, you should always be on the lookout for developments that could undermine the value of the asset you're holding. Over the next few years, odds are there will be a number of black swan events that will completely change how we trade and store value. So how can we be prepared for the worst and still hope for the best? What scenarios could lead to Bitcoin's demise? Let's take a look. Three worst-case scenarios The topic of how to kill Bitcoin is not new. It has been addressed in the past by academics, researchers at MIT, and practitioners such as traders and cypherpunks. It is an interesting abstraction exercise to think about in order to consider howThe post Three ways the Bitcoin revolution could fail appeared first on Coin Rivet.
“Big Four” consulting firm Deloitte’s Luxembourg unit is running a trial, allowing its staff to pay for lunch in bitcoin (BTC).The post Deloitte Luxembourg staff can pay for lunch in bitcoin in a trial run appeared first on The Block.
It’s a mixed start to the day, with Bitcoin Cash ABC holding onto early gains. Failure to hold above key levels could deliver a slide later in the day…
When The Block last covered Sparkswap, the bitcoin startup had just raised a $3.5 million seed round to build a non-custodial cryptocurrency exchange on the Bitcoin Lightning Network using Atomic Swaps.The post Sparkswap adds USD support to its Bitcoin Lightning Network exchange appeared first on The Block.
Libra is an opportunity for the American financial industry to leapfrog Alipay and other Chinese fintech, provide much of the world with sorely needed reliable banking and simply make doing business in America and worldwide less expensive.
At the time of writing, Bitcoin (BTC) is trading at just above $10,300 after gaining about 1% since last week. BTC experienced a substantial pump earlier in the month which saw price jump from $10,000 to a peak of around $10,700 before quickly retracing to around $10,200. Despite an increasing number of lower highs, it now seems the market is accumulating and gaining strength for the next bull round. Will price recover back to $13,000 and above? If so, when? Let's take a look at Bitcoin's chart to find out. As you can see from the chart above, BTC is now trading around its 20-day EMA after price bounced off the 50-day EMA for the third time in the lastThe post Latest Bitcoin price and analysis (BTC to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
It’s a bullish start to the day for the majors, with Ethereum and Litecoin setting the pace. A Bitcoin move through to $10,400 would deliver a 2nd boost…
Square Crypto, the crypto initiative of payments company Square, has announced that it is giving a $100k grant to the BTCPay Foundation, the non-profit organization behind BTCPayer Server.The post Square Crypto provides $100k grant to BTCPay Server appeared first on The Block.
Bitcoin price analysis: BTC/USD bounces back, will the bulls hit $10,500? Bitcoin, the world's largest coin in the cryptocurrency market, has seen relatively low volatility in the past several weeks. Bitcoin ...
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME Group), the only exchange that currently provides bitcoin futures contracts in the U.S., is looking to double open positions limit of the product.The post CME looks to double monthly open positions limit of its bitcoin futures contracts appeared first on The Block.
As part of a brand partnership with sports betting site Sportsbet.io, Watford FC, a Premier League soccer team (or football team, depending where you live) will brand the Bitcoin logo on the sleeves of players' jerseys.The post Premier League soccer team will sport Bitcoin logo on jersey appeared first on The Block.
This is the first of a two-part series about what could be one of the most disruptive — and promising — transformations of modern finance in the 21st century. Remove the middleman from most financial transactions, and even ... Replace custodian banks.
European Central Bank (ECB) announced Thursday that it will resume quantitative easing (QE) program in November with monthly purchases of €20 billion in bonds.The post ECB resumes quantitative easing after 9 months and cuts rates for the first time in 3 years appeared first on The Block.
It is not true that only the rich earn money from stocks because a lot of investors can invest in penny stocks with limited funds. Penny stocks are not generally traded on major stock exchanges, but over the counter instead, and you can buy at less than $5.00 per share.
Binance Futures, the futures trading platform from cryptocurrency exchange Binance, is officially going live tomorrow. The platform had previously been in beta mode.The post Binance Futures going live; offering 50% discount on trading fees appeared first on The Block.
Bitwise Bitcoin ETF Trust has appointed several service providers for its proposed bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) offering, including Bank of New York (BNY) Mellon.The post Bitwise Bitcoin ETF Trust hires service providers, including BNY Mellon appeared first on The Block.
Bitcoin.com, the firm backed by cryptocurrency investor Roger Ver, is preparing to launch a futures contract for bitcoin cash (BCH), currently the world’s fourth-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.The post Roger Ver’s firm preparing to launch derivative for bitcoin cash appeared first on The Block.
Binance U.S. will begin accepting account registrations and cryptocurrency deposits starting Sept. 18, the firm announced in a blog post on Wednesday.The post Binance U.S. to start accepting account registrations; will initially support 6 assets appeared first on The Block.
France unit of restaurant chain Domino's Pizza is giving away €100,000 (~$110,000) in bitcoin or cash to lucky buyers. Domino's France has launched the giveaway on the occasion of its 30th anniversary.The post Domino's Pizza France giving away €100K in bitcoin appeared first on The Block.
Paying for goods and services has been present since the early ages of human civilization. Although the idea is still the same, the methods of payment have undergone severe changes.
It’s a bearish start to the day for the majors. Bitcoin will need to steer clear of sub-$10,000 levels for the broader market to avoid another day in the red…