Quantitative Easing: The Tether USDT of legacy fiat markets Quantitative Easing: The Tether USDT of legacy fiat markets
For years now the legacy pre-crypto financial markets have been inflated by the worldwide network of central banks. This would have been unthinkable 20 years ago, but somehow it became OK when it was deviced by the then-number-2 world economy. The name of the beast is "Quantitative Easing", or QE for short. QE was invented to artificially inflate the financial markets of Japan, around 16 years ago. The idea is very simple and those familiar with Tether will find it extremely familiar. But first, some ... This piece was retrieved by us on 2018-11-01 03:28:19.

What is a Mining Pool  Do I need to join one What is a Mining Pool Do I need to join one
As the name suggests, a mining pool is a group of miners working together to solve blocks and split the block rewards. Mining pools have become popular since GPU and ASICs started centralizing the hashrate onto the hands of fewer and larger mining organizations. The original Bitcoin vision was to have fully decentralized mining, with each full node performing CPU mining as long as they ran the Bitcoin Core client on users' PC's. This, unfortunately, is no longer feasible, since total network hashrate has in... This item was found by us on 2018-11-01 03:24:31.

Benefits of Investing In ICO This Year Benefits of Investing In ICO This Year
2018 has so far been the most successful year from the ICO point of view. The ICO investments which were limited to only a few million dollars per month until the beginning of 2018 have now reached to thousands of millions of dollars per month, thanks to the increasing number of realistic ICO projects in the market. It won’t be wrong to say that this is the golden era of ICOs or cryptocurrencies in altogether. What is an ICO? An ICO is an unregulated method for a cryptocurrency startup or existing comp... This data was discovered by us on 2018-11-01 03:10:45.

Bitcoin: The mother of all cryptocurrencies Bitcoin: The mother of all cryptocurrencies
In January 2009, an individual or pseudonym by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto, announced that the first Bitcoin transaction had taken place between him and Hal Finney.  This was the beginning of a revolution which promises to change how humankind deals with money, finance and how we do business. Bitcoin appeared at a time when the traditional markets were in collapse. The 2008 crash exposed a fragile financial system that required massive State intervention in order to recover and become functional again.... This article was found by us on 2018-11-01 03:09:55.

0X ZRX in a Nutshell 0X ZRX in a Nutshell
ZRX 0x Cryptocurrency in a nutshell The 0x protocol facilitates the exchange of Ethereum-based tokens including currencies, game items, and many other digital assets. Mineable? If so how is it mined? The ZRX 0x pronounced as “Zero ex” is a Cryptocurrency that is not mineable which could also be compared to pre-mined tokens. This means that all the available coins for that product has already existed and there is no possible way of creating more through mining. The participation is up to you to dec... This article was first found by us on 2018-11-01 03:09:16.

Nouriel Roubini's statements to the Senate Banking Committee are a complete embarrassment Nouriel Roubini's statements to the Senate Banking Committee are a complete embarrassment
If you've been following the cryptocurrency discussions on social media then you've probably heard a lot about Nouriel Roubini lately. First, the Vitalik + LauraShin thread that went viral after Mr. Roubini declined having her as a moderator. Then tons of other controversy have dominated the crypto scene during the past few days. But nothing came close to striking us as hard as what we read in Nouriel Roubini's written testimony to the US Senate. Roubini is a famous NYU scholar who used the term... This entry was retrieved by us on 2018-11-01 02:49:10.

The Art of War in cryptocurrency investing The Art of War in cryptocurrency investing
In late 2017 the markets celebrated Bitcoin adoption by Wall Street. Bitcoin was finally going to New York! Jamie Dimon and other large bank CEOs were dissing Bitcoin which, in banker speak, means they were buying. Notice how Bitcoin started to dip exactly when Dimon said he "regretted" calling Bitcoin a fraud and then started to praise BTC : by this time, bankers were already selling. Those who've been in the traditional stock markets know that bankers praise what they want to sell and criticize w... This piece was first found by us on 2018-11-01 01:07:44.

Putin's 5 orders for cryptocurrencies in Russia Putin's 5 orders for cryptocurrencies in Russia
Russian president Vladimir Putin has issued 5 orders which may shape the future of cryptocurrencies in Russia. In a document entitled "List of instructions for the meeting on the use of digital technologies in the financial sphere", 5 executive decrees were published on October 10th and include interesting concepts, such as the "Digital Economy of the Russian Federation". The documents also make very clear that the ruble will be the only accepted currency nationally and that the Russian Central Bank will... This share was first found by us on 2018-11-01 00:15:07.

Cardano maintains value while investors flock to Bitcoin ahead of BTG fork Cardano maintains value while investors flock to Bitcoin ahead of BTG fork
Investors flocked to Bitcoin this week on hopes of cashing in on the soon-to-be Bitcoin Gold (BTG) cryptocurrency. On Wednesday, October 25, Bitcoin Gold will spring into existence after the main BTC blockchain deliberately splits in two. The entire BTC blockchain up to the fork will be recognized by BTG nodes, meaning whatever BTC balance remaining on the previous chain will be transferred over to the BTG wallet balances. With this in mind, crypto investors have bet on BTC, buying immense volumes bef... This data was retrieved by us on 2018-11-01 00:14:43.

Brazil's second highest Court decides banks can unilaterally close cryptocurrency-related accounts Brazil's second highest Court decides banks can unilaterally close cryptocurrency-related accounts
Brazil's second highest Court, the STJ, has decided in favor of Itaú Bank in a lawsuit started against them by Mercado Bitcoin, one of Brazil's largest and oldest Bitcoin exchanges. Itaú's defense argued that KYC and anti-money laundering regulations gave them the necessary powers to close accounts which they, unilaterally and at their sole discretion, decide may be facilitating or participating in illegal activities - even without prior evidence that such activities took place. Mercado Bitcoin, on ... This item was first seen by us on 2018-11-01 00:13:36.