On 8 December 2021, 28.15 BTC, worth $938,428.11 on 22 January 2021, were sent to 22 addresses in the United States, Chainalysis Insights claims. Most of those addresses belong to far-right activists and internet personalities, Chainalysis alleges.Read more
Stupidly, speculators are paying big money for Bitcoin and ignoring better cryptocurrencies that use the latest technology.Read more
Therefore, I think the coronavirus is driving the Cash App’s revenue growth.Read more
One result of that will be to wreck US dollars stablecoins and raise the price of Yuan or Swiss Franc stablecoins.Read more
Created in 2009, Bitcoin (BTC) is the first decentralized cryptocurrency that was initially released as an open source software. It works without an administrator or a regulating authority, and all its transactions are verified through cryptography and are stored on a distributed ledger.
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A fast-moving emerging markets crisis can greatly increase demand for cryptocurrencies. Altcoin prices could shoot up as residents of crisis nations seek safe havens for their money.
Cryptocurrency is the easiest and fastest way for Argentines, Turks, Venezuelans, and others to move their money out of country. All a person needs to convert funds to altcoins is a credit card and an internet connection. Anybody can download a digital wallet, and buy cryptocurrency in a few seconds.Read more
Bitcoin is, of course, not the only currency out there waiting to be mined. There are hundreds of mining pools out there for a range of different cryptocurrencies, and you can find lists of different pools for each type of digital coin.Read more
What is far more frightening is that cryptocurrency is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to electricity-hungry tech. Several technologies that might be huge electricity hogs are about to go into wide use. Some of them will be greater consumers of power than cryptocurrency.Read more
Either way, there is a strong possibility that Soros Fund Management or its surrogates will start buying up large amounts of cryptocurrency if the prices for strong altcoins such as Bitcoin, Ethereum (ETH), and Litecoin (LTC) stay low.
“As long as you have dictatorships on the rise you will have a different ending; because the rulers in those countries will turn to Bitcoin (BTC) to build a nest egg abroad,” Soros said at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland on 25 January 2018.
Soros thinks cryptocurrency will attract big money and he wants a piece of it. Soros is very familiar with dictatorships and currency; he grew up in Hungary during World War II and experienced Nazi and Communist thuggery; and one of history’s worst cases of hyperinflation, first hand.
It was no surprise, then, that Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST) invited Federico Tenga, an avid Bitcoiner, and co-founder of Chainside, to teach their Computer Science and Finance students about Bitcoin (BTC).
“It’s one of the only places which feels fundamentally different from the rest of the world…”
I’d also consider myself to be a Libertarian, so visiting a country so controlled by the government like North Korea was particularly intriguing to me. It’s one of the only places which feels fundamentally different from the rest of the world because they aren’t as connected to it.Read more