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Crypto Investors Have Little to Grin About with This Coin trading Near All-Time Low

Privacy coin Grin is taking it on the chin lately, along with many other altcoins in the cryptocurrency market. Grin investors have more to frown about these days, with the coin currently trading at $2.22, near an all-time low since the coin was launched in January 2019, based on CoinMarketCap data. But fundamentals appear to be strengthening, with the Grin Network hashrate not too far from its peak. Unfortunately for Grin investors, however, the price
of the crypto hasn’t been rising alongside with the strengthening hashrate. Continue reading Crypto Investors Have Little to Grin About with This Coin trading Near All-Time Low

Facebook’s new libra cryptocurrency could have genuine use cases

The head of the United Kingdom’s central bank has said Facebook’s new libra cryptocurrency could have genuine use cases if it can conform to regulatory demands, the Financial Times (FT) reported on June 18. Continue reading Facebook’s new libra cryptocurrency could have genuine use cases

Ethereum Blockchain Dapps is in Shambles: 86% Dapps have No Users Today

In 2018, Dapps trend emerged in the market and started making the headlines. The 3rd largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum platform dominated the dapp ecosystem last year. But this year, the situation has changed. Continue reading Ethereum Blockchain Dapps is in Shambles: 86% Dapps have No Users Today

Coinbase is ‘Adding the Assets Our Customers Have Come to Demand’: Brian Armstrong

Coinbase probably had its best quarter so far, launching several products over the fourth quarter of 2018. The company which Lightspeed Venture Partner Semil Shah called ‘The Breakout Company of 2017’ recently concluded its 12 Days of Coinbase which introduced features such as instant PayPal withdrawals, Coinbase Earn which is a modified version of Earn.com (Coinbase acquired Earn.com for $120 million in April 2018) Continue reading Coinbase is ‘Adding the Assets Our Customers Have Come to Demand’: Brian Armstrong