What’s the world’s most widely used cryptocurrency? If you think it’s Bitcoin, which accounts for about 70% of all the digital-asset world’s market value, you’re probably wrong. Continue reading Most used cryptocurrency is Tether!
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’
White House economic adviser Judy Shelton made headlines last week after President Donald Trump nominated her to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. The mainstream press and finance industry were surprised to learn Trump’s Fed pick is a “gold bug.” Continue reading Trump’s Fed Pick Isn’t Just a Gold Bug
After the separation of Ethereum Classic (ETC) from Ethereum (ETH), who would have thought that both these firms would likely be together once again. Continue reading Ethereum Classic (ETC) Business with Ethereum (ETH) Isn’t Finish Yet!
Yesterday, much like any other day, I received dozens of press releases from blockchain companies and crypto public relations firms, the bulk of which were anything but newsworthy. However, given my personal interest in hunting and shooting sports, one immediately piqued my interest: GunBroker will start accepting cryptocurrency payments. Continue reading Sorry GunBroker, FreedomCoin isn’t the Token Your Gun-Toting Bitcoin Users are Looking For