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”.
Wow, there’s a lot going on in crypto this week. And what’s more, it seems to be re-entering the public consciousness...
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)
Plus…Tezos staking on Coinbase comes to the UK – but should you use it?
News came out this week that Grayscale Investments has bought up one-third of all the Bitcoin mined in the last three months. Which, unless I quantify that means absolutely nothing. So let’s put it into numbers. In the last 100 days, Grayscale has bought 60,672 Bitcoin… worth a
Well, it’s been another great week for crypto. After last week’s surge, shortly after I posted last week’s article, a news alert popped up on my phone saying, “Biggest Bitcoin Bull Trap In The Making”. Whenever I see a publication leading with a bold prediction like this,
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
Here’s a bold prediction: Security Token Offerings (STOs) will be the biggest disrupter of global financial markets in history. Those who fail to see this change coming will be left out in the cold, while those that do could reap untold fortunes.
Find out what Ethereum’s hard fork to Istanbul means for Ethereum token holders, as well as what zero-knowledge proofs are and why they are changing the world. Plus all the latest on staking Ethereum.
It’s been a pretty extraordinary week in crypto. By Friday, we were looking at 20% price drops all across the board. Things have picked up a bit over the weekend, but most of the major players are still down 15% or more. And because Bitcoin led this drop, it