This Week’s Hot Trade: Why We’re Watching Bitcoin

This is Charting Futures This Week. Gold tumbled Monday, after U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping reached a trade war truce. Gold slumping back below $1,400 an ounce. We’re also watching crude oil and Bitcoin. The cryptocurrency crashed on Monday undoing some of this year’s rallies. Despite that, it’s still up about 200% since the […]


Bitcoin pushes up close to $9000 as it outperforms many other commodities, and is messaging coupled with payments the next big thing for cryptocurrency? Let’s start the show! Welcome back to crypto global news, thanks to tuning into today’s show – I am Edward, we would really appreciate it if you like, share and subscribe, enjoy today’s episode. […]

Tim Draper: One Bitcoin Is Still One Bitcoin | Interview to Cointelegraph

You were just naming like different industries for that are potentially going to integrate blockchain for the better, for everyone. Is there one Like health care, government. Is there one of those that you think needs it the most? Anything that’s tied to data or the individual, so I think identity will be very important because the the […]

IT Analyst Jason Bloomberg: What I’m Really Saying Is ‘Shut Down Permissionless Blockchains’

The criminal involvement in cryptocurrency was one of the original reasons why Bitcoin became as popular as it did in the earlier days. We need to make cryptocurrency, as we know it, illegal, I think. If cryptocurrency is going to survive, we’ll have to move to a permissioned infrastructure. Because cryptocurrency is the problem here. the whole economic […]

Cryptocurrency: What’s Coming in the Year Ahead?

– [Narrator] Bitcoin’s meteoric rise is attracting a ton of attention, but is it ready for the mainstream? JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon recently called Bitcoin a fraud and said that cryptocurrency prices are in a bubble that will eventually burst. Many investors have stayed on the sidelines as cryptocurrencies are seen as too volatile and don’t have […]

U.S. Banks Are Terrified of Chinese Payment Apps

In China, people use mobile services owned by Alibaba and Tencent to do almost everything. They chat, shop, send money to each other, and even make purchases in physical stores. And the country is becoming cashless. So here’s the scary thing for American finance executives — the banks never get a cut. In fact, many Chinese don’t even […]

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