Here is a speculative translation of what Donald Trump’s could have meant if Twitter allowed more characters. A personal opinion and not financial advise.
The Chairman of the USA Fed Reserve has said that a globally adopted cryptocurrency system could conceivably remove the need for reserve currencies.
As with any new area of investment, cryptocurrencies have prompted potential investors and analysts to ask many questions. In the past couple of years, digital currencies have experienced significant boosts in popularity, and there are persistent untruths, myths, and rumors about the space in general and about certain coins and tokens in particular. Below, we’ll take a look at some of the most common myths about digital currencies, and we’ll explore whether or not each contains some truth.
US Lawmakers Call to Freeze Facebook’s Centralized Digital Identity/Blockchain/Cryptocurrency ‘Libra’ Project
U.S. lawmakers are formally calling on Facebook to cease all development of its Libra cryptocurrency in a new letter sent to executives at the social media giant. Democrats from the U.S. House of Representatives wrote an open letter to Facebook Tuesday, calling on a moratorium to all libra development while the Financial Services Committee and…
Nevada passed regulatory sandbox legislation aimed at continuing and expanding blockchain investment and entrepreneurism in the state. Governor Steve Sisolak signed the “blockchain bills” on June 7 and 13.
CFTC granted TD Ameritrade-backed ErisX a derivatives clearing organization (DCO) license, under the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA). This approval allows the Eris Exchange to offer physically settled digital asset futures contracts. What exactly is so special about physically settling Bitcoin? They require the actual/physical use of Bitcoin, thus increasing its usage, and theoretically its price and scarcity.
the bitcoin halving is a much-anticipated event in which BTC block rewards are reduced by 50 percent. One halving happens every four years and increases Bitcoin (BTC) scarcity.
Small U.S. retail investors AND institutional investors, will soon be able to buy derivatives that pay out with Bitcoins (BTC).
Facebook has been quietly building out its cryptocurrency for over a year, and it looks like that time has been well spent, enlisting the support of some of the most prominent companies across payments, retail, and technology.
AT&T now accepts Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and this move makes the company the first of its kind to accept payments in cryptocurrencies.