According to a new survey commissioned by Blockchain Capital, 11% of American adults hold bitcoin. The results are broken
down into people aged 18-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, and 65 and older. Continue reading Remarkable! More Americans Hold, Show Interest in Bitcoin: Poll
Jaguar Land Rover produced over 600,000 vehicles last year. For a luxury brand, this is a substantial output. Tesla, by comparison, produced under 250,000. The news broke sometime yesterday afternoon that JLR is utilizing the IOTA tangle (blockchain) for their new cryptocurrency program. They’re going to have on-the-go payments (such as tolls, similar to EZ Pass) and also pay owners for data collected. Continue reading Do Jaguar Land Rover & IOTA Hold the Key to Mass Crypto Adoption?
Bullish predictions for the collective market led to two successive trends which have since subsided leaving major coins in red. XRP, the second largest altcoin in the market, felt the brunt of the market downturn and recorded a 0.12 percent decline against the US dollar in a 24-hour window. Continue reading Bears rush collective market as XRP looks to hold firm
Since our last crypto market round-up report on Friday, the climate has changed significantly for at least one major cryptocurrency: Ethereum. All eyes are on Ether as it pushes closer and closer to the $100 mark. Bitcoin, meanwhile, briefly crossed the threshold of $3,400. By most accounts, the Bitcoin price is working on a test of the $3,000 mark, which is both a psychological and market indicator. Continue reading Ethereum Price Struggles to Hold above $100 as Crypto Winter Grows More Frigid
Crypto attorney Jake Chervinsky doesn’t believe that a bill to exempt cryptocurrencies and ICOs from US securities law will be approved anytime soon. He cited the bureaucratic inefficiency of Washington as a key reason for his pessimistic outlook. Continue reading Bill to Exempt Crypto From Securities Laws Will Be Delayed, Says Attorney: ‘Don’t Hold Your Breath’