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Fear, Loathing and Opportunity: How Crypto Traders Are Handling the Drop

Markets and Prices The last 24 hours have been the worst the cryptocurrency markets have seen since the 24 hours prior. Things have been looking grim for weeks in fact, but on Nov. 19 the situation went from bad to critical as BTC fell below $4,500, dragging the rest of the market down with it. […]

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Bitcoin is imploding — here’s where bitcoin bulls and bears see it headed from here

Following a blistering 80% decline from its peak this year, the brutal drop in the price of bitcoin BTCUSD, -10.34% has market participants wondering what’s next for the No.1 digital currency. A fresh bull run from here? Or look out below! Given the a more than 20% drop over the past 36 hours, it might […]

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Crypto Detectives Project Rates and Investigates Suspicious ICOs

Crowdfunding An online platform created in Russia has set a noble goal of making the cryptocurrency industry safer for investors. The project investigates initial coin offerings (ICOs) that have raised suspicions and performs the due diligence for free. A report about each ICO is then published containing а summary of the findings and a conclusion […]

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How To Buy S&P 100 Stocks With Bitcoin

How to buy stocks with bitcoin? Perhaps surprisingly, stocks and shares have been unnecessarily difficult to buy using bitcoin, despite many brokers offering trades in both. However, trading platform WorldMarkets.io has just listed the entire Standard and Poor 100 stocks, to trade against bitcoin. Buy Stocks With Bitcoin: Rare As Hens Teeth Despite the seemingly natural cross-over […]

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Here are the real bargains when buying a home and 5 ways to close the generation gap

Happy Thursday, MarketWatchers! Here are the top personal finance stories of the day. Personal Finance Betsy DeVos sued to get rolling on student loan forgiveness The Department of Education says it’s ‘moving quickly’ to find borrowers eligible for the debt relief. 5 cool ways people are closing the generation gap Here are some great ideas […]

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How Stablecoins Could Make the Crypto Crackup Worse

Cryptocurrency markets, after months of relative calm, are melting down all over again. Bitcoin crashed through its longtime floor of $6,000 and digital tokens of all types fell more than 10% in the past week. The one exception has been so-called stablecoins, virtual currencies designed to maintain a fixed value of $1. In theory, they […]

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$30M Shanghai-Based Cryptocurrency Trading Fund to Launch in Early 2019

Shanghai-based digital asset management company is reportedly set to launch a new cryptocurrency trading fund in partnership with an unnamed licensed asset manager in Hong Kong. Cryptocurrency Trading Fund: Arbitrage Strategy Point95 Global – a digital asset management firm based in Shanghai, is reportedly planning to set up a new cryptocurrency trading fund in partnership […]

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Crucial Vote Pushes Marshall Islands Closer to a National Cryptocurrency

The president of the Marshall Islands survived a no-confidence vote after senators derided her plan to launch a national cryptocurrency. The nation is moving forward with the endeavor despite criticism from the IMF. Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine looks to have a clear mandate to keep pushing forward with her proposed state-backed cryptocurrency after navigating […]

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Korean Lawyers Lobby Government to Pass Several Cryptocurrency Laws

Regulation The Korean Bar Association, whose membership is mandatory for all lawyers in the country, has campaigned publicly for the government to pass a number of cryptocurrency-related laws. The group specifically proposes regulation for crypto exchanges, initial coin offerings, domestic and foreign crypto transactions, and cryptocurrency funds. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto […]

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Should Paraguay invest its energy wealth in bitcoin ‘mining’ or fighting poverty? | Global development

Shotgun-toting guards patrol an anonymous warehouse on the outskirts of Ciudad del Este. Perched on the triple border where Paraguay meets Brazil and Argentina, the melting-pot city is often associated with smuggling, cartels and drugs. But inside, a new hot commodity is piling up by the second. Dozens of dismantled CPUs and internet-connected circuits whirr […]

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