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Government Restrictions on Cash Transactions Show Why Bitcoin is Important

The government of Australia wants to ban cash payments for goods and services exceeding 10,000 AUD ($6,900). Interestingly, it excludes digital currency, such as...

With Only 12,000 Bitcoin Millionaires, What is The Potential to Be One?

Bitcoin is many things to many different people. For some it is a store of wealth, for others it is a hedge against local...

ICOs Continue To Liquidate Ethereum (ETH) War Chests Amid “Crypto Winter”

Since 2018’s cryptocurrency “winter” came into existence, tokens generated via initial coin offerings (ICOs) have severely underperformed their macro cap counterparts, namely Bitcoin (BTC)...

XRP Surges as Bitcoin Dominance Drops, Sparking Altcoin Season Hopes

After facing a sharp sell-off yesterday, Bitcoin was once again able to find support within the upper-$7,000 region, and its recovery back above $8,000...

Korean Crypto Market is ‘Pretty Dead’, Says Primitive Ventures Founder

Korean traders have thrown in the towel, with crypto trading volumes visibly lower over the last few months. The Kimchi premium is now completely...

The Origins of Economic Decision Biases and How They May Relate to The 2017...

Research in behavioral economics over the past few decades has shown that people’s decisions often deviate from those of “homo-economicus,” the selfish rational agent...

3 Reasons Why Bitcoin Will Hit $30K by End of 2019

Jehan Chu of Kenetic lays out three reasons why Bitcoin price will reach a new all-time high (ATH) of $30,000 before the end of...

54% of Bitcoin Users in Europe Don’t Have University Degrees: Research

More than 50% of bitcoin users across the European continent have not even finished their university program, according to BitPanda’s latest study. Too Cool For...

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