Institutional Money is Coming to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies in 2019

Institutional Money is Coming to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies in 2019

The price of Bitcoin came to a halt during 2018, but as we are heading into a new year, it seems that 2019 will be the year when institutional investors will enter the market, leading to an increase in price. One of these is Mike Novogratz, who is a billionaire and a big investor and … Continue reading Institutional Money is Coming to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies in 2019

Blockchain Data Research Firm Accuses Major Crypto Exchanges of Faking Trading Volume

Major Crypto Exchanges Accused of Faking Trading Volume

The cryptocurrency sector occasionally faces suspicions of manipulated trading volumes. A fresh report from a blockchain data research firm is now accusing multiple prominent cryptocurrency exchanges of faking trading volume. BTI suggests various cryptocurrency exchanges are manipulating trading volume More specifically, these most recent allegations are coming from the Blockchain Transparency Institute (BTI). This report … Continue reading Blockchain Data Research Firm Accuses Major Crypto Exchanges of Faking Trading Volume

What Happens After This Cryptocurrency Recession?

What Happens After This Cryptocurrency Recession

This year is coming to an end and has been full of surprises, not least for cryptocurrencies. Many thought that after the crypto boom in 2017, the market would continue but it has fallen during 2018 to levels no one thought possible. However, after rain comes sunshine. What happens after a recession? Our history is … Continue reading What Happens After This Cryptocurrency Recession?

Wall Street Banks Slow Cryptocurrency Entry Amid Falling Prices and “Low Demand”

Wall Street Banks Slow Cryptocurrency Entry Amid Falling Prices and “Low Demand”

Much of 2018 has been characterized by the will-they-won’t-they relationship between Wall Street and the cryptocurrency sector. It now seems as if prominent Wall Street may postpone their entry into the cryptocurrency industry even further. Wall Street banks cite low demand and slow progress This news comes in a fresh article from Bloomberg. According to … Continue reading Wall Street Banks Slow Cryptocurrency Entry Amid Falling Prices and “Low Demand”