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Holders of Over 11 Million Bitcoin are Proving That Hodl Is Not Just a Meme

Many bitcoin traders laugh at the idea of HODL (holding on for dear life). They think that it is not a sound trading or investing strategy. If you buy and hold on the way down, it’s very likely that you’ll use the same approach on the way up. The rigidity of this method makes it difficult for many investors to lock in gains. Continue reading Holders of Over 11 Million Bitcoin are Proving That Hodl Is Not Just a Meme

This Bullish Metric Just Notched a New All-Time High

Most people only refer to the price of bitcoin to gauge the health of the top cryptocurrency. If there’s a brutal sell-off, critics are quick to assume that the digital asset is dying. A minor bitcoin rally later, and almost everyone is tweeting about getting a Lamborghini. Continue reading This Bullish Metric Just Notched a New All-Time High

Canaan’s American IPO Is a $100 Million Bet on a Bitcoin Bull Market

Bitcoin mining is a delicate balance of these three factors: equipment efficiency, electricity costs, and bitcoin price. Miners often have control over the first two factors but they are at the mercy of the dominant cyptocurrency’s volatility. Fortunately for miners, there’s one event that can help them stay profitable. Continue reading Canaan’s American IPO Is a $100 Million Bet on a Bitcoin Bull Market

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’