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Bitcoin’s trading intensity is not dead yet

Bitcoin has not looked back since it surged over $10,000 almost a week ago. Trading at close to $11,500 a pop, the cryptocurrency’s highest price since September 2019, the market is rife with immense trading activity. Thus the question arises –  is it likely to sustain? While some would say that this rise from $9,500 […]

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Coinbase offers interest on DAI stablecoin

The digital currency exchange is expanding its Coinbase Rewards platform, which allows users to collect interest on digital currency deposits.

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A General Strategy on How to Select a Crypto Fund, Part 1

A basic framework of useful metrics to assess the true risk of a crypto fund as a quantitative screening tool

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Triple-Entry Bookkeeping: How Satoshi Nakamoto Solved the Byzantine Generals’ Problem

In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto essentially solved the infamous computational issue called the “Byzantine generals’ problem” or the

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Decentralized Energy is Key to a DeFi Future

Decentralized finance should include decentralized energy as it uses DApps and blockchain and has the same logic, says Lition

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Bitcoin Hashrate Has Hit a New Record-High Again, Here’s Why It’s Optimistic

The hash rate of the Bitcoin blockchain network has hit an all-time high merely three months from the halving.

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Bitcoin Drama, Ether Rally, Teen Held Over Twitter Hack: Hodler’s Digest, July 27–Aug. 2

There’s been plenty of drama on the crypto markets this week — Bitcoin surged to $12,000 only to crash spectacularly, and Ether has continued to rally

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Chainlink (LINK) Rips 10% Higher: Why Analysts Say More Upside Is Likely

Bitcoin and Ethereum faced strong liquidation events just 12 hours ago. Even still, Chainlink (LINK) has continued to push higher, basically disregarding what w

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Why Hackers Are Demanding $4.5 Million in Bitcoin From a Travel Firm

Last week it emerged that travel management firm CWT paid a ransom demand of $4.5 million in Bitcoin.