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Ripple CEO Garlinghouse Slams FUD Because ‘It’s Clear XRP Isn’t a Security’

Investments in XRP has dwindled dramatically in 2019, indicating that not many are using the crypto-asset for its intended application: that of behaving as a bridge between fiat currencies for cross-border payments. The result is an underperforming token, now down more than 23 per cent against the US dollar. Continue reading Ripple CEO Garlinghouse Slams FUD Because ‘It’s Clear XRP Isn’t a Security’

China’s Illegal Crypto Mining Crackdown Could Ignite a Bitcoin Price Rally

Besides fat-fingered whales, the other species HODLers should learn to fear are large-scale Bitcoin miners whose electricity cost is zero. The reason? Their break-even point is low enough to depress the fair market value of the Bitcoin price, dashing the asset’s seven-figure ambitions. Continue reading China’s Illegal Crypto Mining Crackdown Could Ignite a Bitcoin Price Rally