The Crypto-Currency Act of 2020 Could Bring United States Crypto Clarity

The Crypto-Currency Act of 2020 Could Bring United States Crypto Clarity

A U.S. Congressman (Paul Gosar: Republican-Arizona) has reportedly introduced a draft bill to bring regulatory clarity in the cryptocurrency space, dividing cryptocurrencies into three parts: crypto-commodities, crypto-currencies, and crypto-securities.

Top FALSE Bitcoin:Cryptocurrency Statements

Top FALSE Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency Statements

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.

Cryptocurrency: “Staking” Coins for Passive Gains/Dividends via “Proof-of-Stake”

Volatility coupled with one of the longest bear markets ever experienced thus far in the cryptocurrency space, require diligent long term thinking. “Staking” your cryptocurrency, which is similar to earning dividends or interest on your crypto investment(s)