Great Lakes Science Center, a large museum and educational facility in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, will begin accepting Bitcoin as a payment method beginning November 13. Kirsten Ellenbogen, the CEO of Great Lakes Science Center, said that the institution decided to accept crypto to facilitate the growth of the local blockchain ecosystem. Continue reading Major US Museum Now Takes Crypto Payments
Anti-government activists in Thailand are using crypto tech to help prevent authorities from censoring “Rap Against Dictatorship,” a controversial music video that has gone viral in the country. The video, which excoriates Thai government and military authorities on a number of social issues, has achieved runaway success in Thailand, amassing more than 28 million views on YouTube since it was released on October 22. Continue reading Activists Use Crypto to Protect ‘Rap Against Dictatorship’ from Government Censorship
ShapeShift CEO Erik Voorhees has said that the growing debt of the US, which hovers at around $21.7 trillion as of November, will inevitably cause a big spike in crypto.
“When the next global financial crisis occurs, and the world realizes organizations with $20 trillion in debt can’t possibly ever pay it back and thus must print it instead, and thus fiat is doomed. Watch what happens to crypto.” Continue reading $20 Trillion US Debt Will Inevitably Lead to Big Crypto Boom
The movement between traditional stock markets and the cryptocurrency markets is similar in many ways. This has been observed upon analysis of the gains and losses recorded by both in 2017 through 2018. However, if they actually do share a common ground, it may be based solely on sentiment. Continue reading CORRELATION BETWEEN BITCOIN AND STOCKS TO DAMAGE CRYPTO INDUSTRY?