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Crypto Is No Good For Terrorists According To US Congressional Hearing
Opinion
Crypto Is No Good For Terrorists According To US Congressional Hearing
The US Congressional Sub-committee on Terrorism and Illicit Finance has concluded that cryptocurrency presents a “poor form of money” for terrorists following an investigation into the subject, revealing a different reality to of one of the most commonly used criticisms railed against bitcoin. One of crypto’s branding problems with many who don’t know too much about it, is an association with illegal activity and as a form of payment for…
Why Bitcoin Jumped Whilst an Exchange Went Down Conspiracy Alert
Opinion
Why Bitcoin Jumped Whilst an Exchange Went Down: Conspiracy Alert?
Bitcoin’s price spiked by $500 in the last twelve hours, but it has left many people with red faces and pointing fingers. What is happening? This market definitely keeps you on your toes. It’s fair to say it’s been a pretty bad month for crypto, with some pretty gruesome bloodbaths across the entire space. However, the last twelve hours have seen BTC break through a couple of significant resistance levels…
The Future is Here – The Evolution of Blockchain
Blockchain Opinion
The Future is Here – The Evolution of Blockchain
Blockchain 1.0 Blockchain 1.0 is the first form of blockchain which arrived in the shape of Bitcoin. You could compare it with Nintendo – the entertainment system that was the first of its kind that introduced the world of gaming. Bitcoin had a similar role in that it is the first and has gotten people interested and involved. It introduced the concept of the public ledger. The public ledger has…
Bitcoin Price Rally The Only Way is Up
Bitcoin Opinion
Bitcoin Price Rally: The Only Way is Up
This summer has been exceptionally good for us in northern Europe and finally the crypto markets seem to be taking their cue from the blue skies and warming up as well. Let’s take a look at what might be contributing to this green movement. Bitcoin is now trading at over $8,000, a figure not seen since May and the trend looks set to continue, to the delight of all in…