Anti-government protests have been ongoing in Hong Kong for many weeks. As it turns out, one of their elements is to be Bitcoin, and more precisely - its wider introduction.
There are more and more doubts regarding Libra cryptocurrency, and now the European Union also became interested in the project. What's the reason?
Mark Yusko, CEO of Morgan Creek Capital, emphatically ridicules the popular commotion about current Bitcoin markings.
Coinbase is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the United States. Moreover, its reliability was unwavering until a certain abuse caused the exchange to go to court. The case is still ongoing, there's no end in sight, and the result is still unpredictable.
While Goldman Sachs is looking for a link between a trade war and an increase in the Bitcoin's price, sceptics say that this theory is wrong. In their opinion media manipulate exchange rates!
CEO of the consulting company deVere Group, Nigel Green, says that very turbulent times are ahead when it comes to financial markets, and Bitcoin is to become a kind of remedy.
After a few weeks on the Coinbase Pro platform, Tezos (XTZ) will appear in the full offer of the Californian exchange.
There is still a lot of controversy and doubt when it comes to Libra, so Facebook is looking for various methods which will save its reputation.
Since the Libra project was announced, lawmakers around the world have been against Facebook. Now Ripple has joined the whole dispute. Which side did it take?
Facebook plans to launch its digital currency called Libra as soon as in 2020. However, it warns investors that many factors can prevent the project from succeeding.
Much was said about over 28 companies which financially support the Libra project. Among them are also Visa and Mastercard. Now, however, it turns out that there are no binding agreements on this matter yet.
On July 15, Sasha Ivanov (the creator and CEO of Waves) announced that in the coming weeks he intends to buy back 2 million WAVES tokens from the open market.
David Marcus, the head of Calibra which is responsible for Facebook's cryptocurrency, sent a letter to Congress, in which he assured that the company's intentions are fair.
One of the largest cities in South Korea is considering launching a local cryptocurrency. The new virtual currency will be a stablecoin.
Ripple's (XRP) price still fluctuates around $0.5 per coin, but, unlike Bitcoin (BTC), there are no restrictions when it comes to its delivery.
Since the first introduction of Libra coin, it is on everyone's lips, and Mark Zuckerberg consistently emphasizes how trustworthy it is.
According to the social media giant, the world needs a reliable digital currency. Will Libra coin meet these expectations? Can Facebook's cryptocurrency become 'Internet money' and, moreover, will its creation be a step to freedom or slavery?
JP Morgan Chase is going to finally launch JPM Coin. The cryptocurrency announced in February is expected to appear in the trial version this year.
On June 18, the social media giant has published the white paper of the Libra project. This information has been anticipated for a long time. Facebook's cryptocurrency has a chance to contribute to the global adoption of all coins, but what do analysts think about it?
It is rumoured that Ripple is targeting developing countries as the potential beneficiaries of cryptocurrency transfers, and it seems that the company's next target is Brazil.
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