How The Mainstream Adoption Of Bitcoin Is Becoming A Reality
December 14, 2018 4:33 PM Discuss The interest in Bitcoin from around the world doesn't seem to be fading away any time soon. New data has arisen from Google Trends, as many people seem to have a keen interest in finding out what Bitcoin actually is despite the price of the leading cryptocurrency falling eighty percent from its all-time high of $20,000. On the latest data from Google Trends is suggests that the search term What is Bitcoin is one of the most searched key phrases in both the United States and the UK. for the What is category, Bitcoin actually tops the list. This growing interest in cryptocurrencies doesn't seem to end with Bitcoin though. How to buy Ripple is the fourth most search phrase in the How to... category for the United States.
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Bitcoin & Crypto Mainstream Adoption Surging by Leaps and Bounds
September 26, 2018 5:17 PM Discuss Bitcoin and cryptocurrency adoption is rising significantly with each passing day. From restaurants, retail outlets, to getting added in the Scrabble dictionary is working in cryptos favor while Bitcoin accumulation in active accounts has surged as well. With each passing day, Bitcoin adoption ups the ante. To start with, according to the Chainanlysis data, it has been found that about 4.8 million bitcoins are being held in personal wallets that have some sort of transaction activity as of August 31 in comparison to 3.8 million at the end of 2017. This second-highest number is trumped by July's 4.95 million bitcoin. According to Philip Gradwell, Chainanlysis economist:
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Building blockchain marketing teams, and why it's critical for mainstream adoption - The Block
September 14, 2018 3:01 PM Discuss Written by Kelcey Gosserand and Antony Demekhin as part of an ongoing series examining the current state of ICOs. So-called blockchain experts on both the investment and technology sides of the space will argue about a great many things. But there's one thing we can all agree on: For the industry to grow, we need products that solve real consumer problems. A whole generation of would-be tech entrepreneurs came of age with a false sense of security when it comes to product development. This feeling of confidence, currently rampant among blockchain founding teams with successful (and frequently over-valued) ICOs under their belt, has not been stronger or more misguided since the dot-com bubble of the late 90's.
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