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Harvard Professor Cryptocurrencies Are A Lottery That Could Pay Off
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Harvard Professor: Cryptocurrencies Are A Lottery That Could Pay Off
Kenneth Rogoff is a professor at Harvard and reveals his thought on the cryptocurrency market. He says that the likes of bitcoin could become worthless but that there is a chance they become very valuable. Cryptocurrencies are a lottery Bitcoin is down around 80 per cent from its peak in January. All the larger cryptocurrencies are collapsing around us but are this the end of cryptocurrencies? Kenneth Rogoff writes the…
Coinbase Takes a Backseat to Square as Top Bitcoin Buying App
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Square Surpasses Coinbase as Top Bitcoin Buying App
Recently, Coinbase was passed by Square as the premier Bitcoin buying app, at least on iOS. Square – owned and operated by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey – is a payment platform primarily used by individuals and retailers. CashApp, as the app is known on Apple’s iOS, took the overall number one spot from YouTube as well. The free mobile application shows a rising demand in the U.S. market for digitized…
Cryptocurrency Market Crash Is Just A Bump On The Road
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Cryptocurrency Market Crash Is Just A Bump On The Road
The Current cryptocurrency “crash” that is the topic of 2018 is just a “bump in the road,” according to a fund executive. The UK fund executive stated this during the Crypto Summit in London on Friday, Bloomberg report. Funds positive for long-term cryptocurrency growth The summit in London took place at the end of the bloodiest year yet for the crypto market. More than $700 billion has disappeared during the…
Bitcoin ETF Postponed to February, But Could Take Years
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Bitcoin ETF Postponed to February, But Could Take Years
The Security and Exchange Commision (SEC) has yet again postponed the Bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). The SEC sent out the announcement on the 6th of December. When will the SEC approve an ETF? Investors have waited a long time for a bitcoin ETF. Due to the latest announcement, it is postponed once again, sounding like a broken record. The Security and Exchange Commision set the deadline to the 27th…