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Bitcoin Rally To Be Preceded By More “Crypto Is Dead,” Layoffs, Regulation, Says Investor

Bitcoin Rally To Be Preceded By More "Crypto Is Dead," Layoffs, Regulation, Says Investor

Since Bitcoin began to tumble in early-2018, crypto investors en-masse have been sitting on their hands, eagerly waiting for the eventual market turnaround. And while hopeful sentiment has begun to mount, especially as this industry’s news cycle indicates that common Joes & Jills shouldn’t be disconcerted, one fund manager believes that crypto will take another bone-breaking, heart-stopping, and blood-inducing blow before a rally. Related Reading: Fred Wilson: Bitcoin May Take Much of 2019 to Bottom Out, But There Are Catalysts Crypto Winter Isn’t Over… Yet The broader crypto […]

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Regulation D means BTC Withdrawals are Cheaper

Bitcoin Price Weekly Analysis: BTC Could Accelerate Gains Above $3,850

Bitcoin price drop, yet to clear above Jan 30 highs Regulation D means Bitcoin transactions are 3,233 percent cheaper than bank withdrawals Transaction volumes low to warrant longs Even with waving prices, we are optimistic of a recovery. From the chart, it appears that bulls have a chance thanks mostly to favorable candlestick arrangement. In the long-term, BTC is bullish and sparking this demand is users realizing the cost-saving aspects behind BTC. Bitcoin Price Analysis Fundamentals Traditional financial institutions—mainly banks—prefer their customers to save rather than spend. […]

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SEC Commissioner Asks Gov’t to Amend Regulation For Bitcoin ETF, ICOs

SEC Commissioner Asks Gov't to Amend Regulation For Bitcoin ETF, ICOs

Whether or not financial innovations like Bitcoin could fit inside the parameters of old-school laws became the central point of Hester Pierce’s recent keynote. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Commissioner, while speaking at the University of Missouri School of Law, recognized that blockchain-based decentralized networks do not fit “neatly” within their securities framework. Therefore, it is important for policymakers and regulators to amend the existing federal laws to include new technological protocols. “Yet,” Pierce added, “many of these projects begin in a centralized manner that […]

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