Bitcoin prices up 25 percent in the last week Investment by high net-worth investors and corporations mean Bitcoin is here… read more
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Bitcoin Still The Father (and Mother) of Market Bubbles The recent crypto market has only imbued long-time Bitcoin cynic, economist… read more
According to the 2019 Cayman Alternative Investment Summit (CAIS) survey, investors think that, as an asset class, cryptocurrency represents a… read more
Bitcoin (BTC) has shed over 80 pct of its total current value and the crypto market has lost a whopping… read more
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This weekend will mark the 10th anniversary of the very first transaction involving bitcoin. A decade later the future of… read more
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