It’s happening again. Another surge. Did you watch it happen? Were you on the edge of your seat? Were you thinking, ‘Is this another crypto boom?’
What does reopening our economy mean for global assets like forex, gold, oil, and cryptocurrency? This exclusive guest post from PrimeXBT does a deep dive.
There has been massive hype all around the world. People have been screaming and shouting, ‘Bitcoin is going to halve in May 2020!’
Blink and you might just miss it. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have surged in value during the coronavirus outbreak.
In December, we saw the value of cryptocurrencies take a nosedive. It’s all related to an incredible heist involving a Chinese company known as PlusToken.
Bitcoin is the undisputed king of the cryptocurrency world. But did you know that there’s a new contender for the crown? Here’s how you could benefit.
What if sending and receiving cryptocurrency payments could be as easy as using a credit card? That’s what BitPay offers.
As investors, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with all of the issues and trends affecting our wealth. In the NZ economy there are Some good. Some bad.
You might think I’m a bit a crazy to even suggest bitcoin as a potential ‘haven’ asset. Bitcoin is very risky and there’s lot of uncertainty about its future.
US officials are looking at Facebook’s cryptocurrency, Libra, and can only see one thing. Danger! What about the consumers?
Maybe you’ve heard ‘Libra’ in the news recently? It’s a crypto, created by Facebook and backed by many more billion-dollar companies, which could be the first step towards a new form of money.
Each year, anyone can bid for a three-hour lunch with the Oracle. This year, the lunch with Warren was worth US$4.6 million to someone…That someone was crypto tycoon, Justin Sun.
On 14 January 2019, an unknown person or group of people successfully hacked the digital vault of a Christchurch-based cryptocurrency exchange, Cryptopia.
As per the cyclical nature of things, the crypto landscape has slowly begun to tip in a warmer direction. It’s not spring yet, but there’s a definite thaw taking place.