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Bitcoin Spikes as People Protest Stay-At-Home Orders

Is it possible that bitcoin is suddenly spiking because people are fighting back harder than ever against the coronavirus?Bitcoin Is Jumping… And So Are ResidentsWhile this is purely speculative, one cannot help but notice that now, right as people are beginning to protest current stay-at-home orders and stand outside governors’ mansions to herald their right to work, bitcoin has endured a significant rise.Over the past several weeks, bitcoin has been trapped in the doldrums, though things...

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Bitcoin Spikes to $8,600; Is the Asset Recovering?

At the time of writing, bitcoin – the world’s number one cryptocurrency by market cap – has shot up to just under $8,700.Bitcoin – On a Path to Recovery?Yesterday, the asset was trading at a measly $8,300, the lowest it has been in some time. Thus, the currency has shot up by more than $300 in just 24 hours. Not only is this good news, but it also suggests some truth to a recent piece suggesting that bitcoin, despite all the global problems it was facing, would not fall below the $8,200 line...

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Crypto Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Exits the Fight for the White House

So much for having a crypto-loving president. Andrew Yang, who over the last year has garnered a reputation as being the “crypto presidential candidate,” has dropped out of the 2020 race.Andrew Yang Ends His Bid for PresidentAndrew Yang has long pushed himself as the man who would potentially revamp all crypto regulations when he got into the White House. One of his big claims to fame was that he was going to make all present laws and rules regarding cryptocurrency readable and...

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The Bitcoin Cash Mining Tax Has A Lot of People Angry

Bitcoin cash (BCH) is undergoing a period of hardcore controversy.Bitcoin Cash Is At the Center of Major ChangeBitcoin cash is the famed result of a bitcoin hard fork that occurred in late 2017. Bitcoin (BTC) is the number one cryptocurrency by market cap and has given birth to a few digital kids along the way. BCH is among the first, and the currency has moved through the ranks to garner the number four spot on the list of industry’s top-performing cryptocurrencies.During its peak, the asset...

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John Bollinger: The Bitcoin Bear Reversal Is Not Quite Complete

As we’ve been witnessing since the beginning of January, bitcoin has been on a very serious roll. It’s shot up nearly $3,000 at the time of writing, beginning the month at a measly $6,900 and then firing up to approximately $9,300.Bitcoin May Not Be Out of the Dark Just YetWhy then, are there certain individuals afoot who still don’t think the currency is in great shape? While they acknowledge that bitcoin is doing well and potentially picking itself up out of the doldrums it experienced at...

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BSV Is Firing On All Cylinders, but Can This Momentum Last?

Bitcoin SV (BSV) is one of the crypto industry’s top new coins. Last week, it was performing extremely well and had added nearly 100 percent to its overall value. That means it nearly doubled in price over the course of just a few days and was trading for well over $300.BSV Is On a Serious RollNow, the currency’s blockchain has managed to integrate itself into roughly 400 separate projects and companies across the globe. This number is expected to move even higher in the coming weeks as more...

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Could Bitcoin Be Replaced By a Bank-Based Digital Currency?

There is great fear traveling through the crypto space… Fear that somewhere down the line, bank-issued cryptocurrencies will somehow replace bitcoin and its altcoin counterparts.Will Bitcoin Be Replaced?But is that fear valid? We need to look at a few facts before we can make an official decision. For one thing, these cryptocurrencies issued by financial institutions will be centralized, meaning the banks will be in control of who receives the crypto units and what they can be used for. This...

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Moving On Up: Bitcoin Jumps Past $7,500

Bitcoin is continuing its bullish price run and is now trading above the $7,500 mark.Bitcoin Is Still on a RollThe currency has been gaining steam a little at a time – usually $100 here, followed by $100 there. Bitcoin initially ended last week at roughly $7,300 but has gained $200 from there.This goes back to the argument we reiterated in yesterday’s piece. The way for BTC to get ahead is through a slow and steady pattern; not all at once. The latter method was already utilized and witnessed...

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Google Removes MetaMask Only to Reinstate It a Week Later

Google has taken a stance against an Ethereum application it thought was mining cryptocurrency.Google Moves Against Crypto – AgainThe application is known as Meta Mask, and Google has removed the wallet from its Play Store – only to quickly reinstitute it. Following a quick reexamination of the situation, Google has decided that the application was not extracting new coins like it thought and has made the application available for download once again.If this sounds familiar, it’s because...

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Arcane Research: Bitcoin Trading Is Too Low

Bitcoin has had something of a shaky start in 2020, but the currency has managed to remain above the $7,000 line, which is always a good thing.Bitcoin Trading Volume Isn’t High EnoughAccording to one source, however, cryptocurrency enthusiasts and analysts are focusing too much on the movement of the price and not enough on the daily doings that occur behind closed doors. It points out that bitcoin volumes are as low as they were in April of last year, which could lead to an increase in...

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