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Are Indian government concessions on cryptocurrencies enough?


Crypto price plunge a great opportunity for investors?

Amid market fears on the news of a new Covid variant, the crypto market has taken quite a beating. Futures close out day also must have helped to bring the…


IMF Keeps Opposing El Salvador’s BTC Revolution

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is still criticizing the decision by El Salvador to adopt BTC as a legal currency, harping on matters of ‘consumer risk.’ 
BTC Legalized Despite IMF…

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Ethereum fee misery continues – Why not use the layer 1 competition?

The days when you could make an Ethereum transaction for less than $30 seem to have ended months ago. At high usage times, users of the blockchain can pay well…


Crypto Weekly Roundup: Taproot Upgrade Live, Staples Center Renamed, MoneyGram+Stellar Pilot Project, TIME To Hold ETH, And More

Last week witnessed the launch of the latest Bitcoin upgrade, Taproot, which aims to improve the privacy of this premier cryptocurrency network. Since all BTC transactions are fully traceable, Taproot…


Square Publishes Whitepaper For tbDEX

Financial services Square has published a whitepaper for tbDEX, its forthcoming decentralized exchange designed to facilitate seamless trading between Bitcoin and fiat currencies.Square, led by Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, is moving…


SEC trying to bludgeon crypto without deep knowledge of the sector is not the answer

Given the statements made by Gary Gensler, chair of the SEC, in recent times, it seems apparent that the SEC just doesn’t have the expertise and knowledge of the crypto…


Winklevoss vs Zuckerberg – Decentralised vs Centralised metaverse

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg announced that his company would now become Meta, and that it would be building out its own centralised metaverse. The Winklevoss twins on the other hand, have…


ECB calls crypto “exuberance” a concern in twice-yearly review

The European Central Bank (ECB) has warned of the “vulnerabilities” of such assets as cryptocurrencies, junk bonds, and property should rising inflation drive up interest rates. 
In its twice-yearly Financial…


Are Indian government concessions on cryptocurrencies enough?

The Indian government has gone from making noises about a complete ban on cryptocurrencies, to now thinking about allowing crypto assets to be held, but not to be used to…


Crypto ready to go lower, or just a shake-out?

With Bitcoin crashing to support at $58,000 and most cryptocurrencies down at least 10%, is this the start of a more extensive correction for crypto, or is this just a…


The Metaverse – the long-term future of decentralised everything

The Mark Zuckerberg announcement on October 28 that Facebook would be changing its name to Meta, and that his company would be going lock stock and barrel into all things…


Crypto Weekly Roundup: ETH Hits ATH, SEC Rejects VanEck ETF, MiamiCoin Dividends, And More

Ethereum hitting its all-time high this week could indicate a crypto bull rally, especially after BTC hit its ATH so recently. Let’s find out more about everything else that went…


Strong fundamental altcoins are bouncing back

The crypto market suffered a short-term correction yesterday, perhaps on unsubstantiated news that Evergrande had defaulted on its loan repayments, or perhaps just because leverage on long positions had grown…


Investors pile into crypto hedges as inflation makes record 30-year high

Following on from the Federal Reserve’s humungous injection of cash into the US economy, consumer price inflation rose 6.2% in the year to October, making a 31-year high. Bitcoin, and…


Big media continues to swipe at crypto – is this well-informed journalism?

Stories continue to be published on the world’s media platforms that appear to be designed to change the minds of the would-be new crypto investors out there. Can the kind…

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