All news related to the category "Bitcoin (BTC)"
Some people in retirement age or close to it seem to be buying bitcoins as a safe investment. It's a good idea to have some assets that you can use to pay your bills and provide for your family during your retirement. Many seniors have realized that the internet has made it possible to do almost anything, so why not invest in one of the most popular online currencies?
Nothing beats motherhood. But, it’s less worthy if the young one lives a life of poverty and distress. Without money, your baby won't enjoy childhood, and that is where investments come in. Being a mom is a full-time job. Some even lose their jobs to focus on bringing up their children. It is a tough call always. But, how do you balance between investments and child upbringing? It is even harder when you’re investing in the volatile Bitcoin investment. If you lose caution, you risk losing all your money, and that will be more tragic. The last thing you want to get yourself into is a lack of funds when you need to take care of your young one's needs. Below are investment tips for Bitcoins. This is especially helpful for busy moms.
Bitcoin providing the world with a free, strong currency .Investing in Bitcoin is the business of the moment and many traders who buy cryptocurrency are driven by the fact that the value of Bitcoins has risen inexorably in recent years.
2019 was a surprisingly good year for the crypto industry. China issued $2.8-billion worth of blockchain-based bonds, stablecoins continued to pour onto the markets, and the Bitcoin’s valuation almost doubled between January and December 2019.
After China's long dominance in the cryptocurrency mining market, the American company Layer1 Technologies, which promises to raise this sphere in the US to the same level as the Chinese, has taken up the matter.
It might have taken a decade, but there is no denying that cryptocurrencies have hit the mainstream. As they continue to grow in popularity, users are looking for more ways to spend their carefully accumulated currency. Cryptocurrencies might be fairly commonplace these days, but due to their fluctuating values many businesses still don't accept them as a valid form of payment.
More than 2,000 dead, 75,000 infected and 60,000,000 in quarantine. Since the beginning of 2020, the whole world was alarmed by the information about the spread in China of a new type of pneumonia provoked by the coronavirus, which every day infected thousands of people and began to "crawl" around the world. Today we will consider the economic side of this issue, the impact of the public perception of the epidemic on financial quotes and indices, and in particular, on the behavior of cryptocurrencies.
According to the Glassnode statistics service, the number of bitcoin addresses on the network exceeded the indicator of 2017, when Bitcoin cost reached $ 20,000, which is a record all-time indicator.
Anthony Pompliano, the managing partner at Morgan Greek Digital, told when and under what conditions the price of BTC will reach $100,000, and analyst Willy Wu and Bloockroots founder Josh Rager elaborated on such future growth.
Blockchain is one of the most discussed topics in many industries. The reason is that this technology is relatively new but it already has a wide range of possible applications. The idea of a chain of blocks protected by cryptography was introduced by W. Scott Stornetta back in 1991, but most people have never heard about this technology until the creation of Bitcoin in 2008.