Right now we’re seeing two possible crypto futures play out right before our eyes. Will crypto flourish or be regulated into oblivion?
This month's edition is worth reading for HSBC's absurdity alone...
Here’s my take on this month’s biggest crypto stories, what they mean and why they are worth your time. We have major news from PayPal, Visa, Ethereum, Cardano, IOTA, Tezos, Coinbase and more… and a whole heap of “institutional adoption”.
I think this might have been the biggest month in the history of crypto, and one of my longest issues to date...
In the last three months, we’ve seen more action, adoption and mainstream interest in crypto than we have in the last three years.
Last week, there wasn’t a whole lot happening in crypto. But thankfully this week, there have been some major new developments. We have… Intriguing research showing when Bitcoin’s price is most likely to breakout.Vitalik confirming Ethereum 2.0 will scale to 100,000 transactions per second (TPS)
This week in crypto: IOTA coordicide testnet goes public, EU to regulate crypto and old man yells at Bitcoin
I haven’t really got an overriding theme for this week’s issue. It’s just going to be a mish mash of the most interesting crypto stories that have turned up this week. Starting with… IOTA’s public Coordicide testnet is scheduled for release next week I only found
It seems like this week we reached some kind of tipping point with general interest in crypto, which has culminated in Bloomberg saying Bitcoin will reach $20,000 this year. But price talk isn’t the only thing that’s been happening. There have been some big developments, too. Namely…
Source: Reddit Here’s something interesting. While stockmarkets are still very much in the red, crypto has been on a (relative) tear. And not just Bitcoin – which is currently up 4.9% Year to Date (YTD). The entire crypto market is now – at 11:45am on the 24th of April