Category Archives: Bitcoin

Bitcoin Going Berserk in November Makes Holidays Awkward

Vildana Hajric of Blomberg – For better or worse, the month of November has always been one to remember in the world of Bitcoin. Reasons cited for its volatile moves during the 11th month of the year run the gamut … Continue reading

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Bitcoin No Longer Seen as the Driving Force in Crypto Market

Brandon Kochkodin of Bloomberg – Bitcoin has plunged more than 30% since hitting a year-to-date high. That fact is clear, but explaining why the world’s largest digital currency has lost momentum in the second half of the year is anything … Continue reading

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The Fed Just Printed More Money Than Bitcoin’s Entire Market Cap

Anyone worried about federal spending? Maybe we all should be. More money in circulation may be good for President Trump’s re-election campaign – but may not be so good for regular citizens who have their money in savings accounts. – … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Bitcoin, Crypto, Donald Trump, Dow Jones, Economics, Elections, Federal budget, Federal Reserve, Finance, government, Investing, Money, National debt

New Zealand just became the first country to legalize salary payments in cryptocurrencies (BTC)

Ben Winck in Markets Insider – New Zealand has become the first country to legalize cryptocurrency salaries. The country’s tax agency ruled salaries and wages may be paid in cryptocurrencies so long as the preferred digital coin is pegged to … Continue reading

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Crypto Crash Prompts Guessing Game as Bitcoin Breaches $10,000 Again

Vildana Hajric and Olga Kharif of Bloomberg – Peer coins also sell off, with Litecoin down as much as 11%. Continue…

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