Crypto Execs Expect Further Altcoin Recovery: Bloomberg 16
Altcoins Could Recover Further After months of bleeding out, altcoins have recently started to mount a comeback. Led by Ethereum and XRP, a multitude of non-Bitcoin crypto assets have managed to gain at least 5% in the past week, as BTC has posted a 3% loss. This has resulted in...
Investor: If Bitcoin Falls Under $6,000, I'll Get "Real Nervous" 19
Mainstream media outlets have been incessantly covering the crypto space over the recent weeks. Most notably, CNBC has hosted countless executives, investors, and commentators in the industry to talk about Bitcoin, Libra, and other facets of this budding ecosystem. After hosting prominent names like Meltem Demirors, Anthony Pompliano, Kevin O’Leary,...
Crypto Giant Coinbase Criticized as it Looks to Support Altcoins: Why So? 20
Coinbase to Add Altcoins, Sees Criticism from Crypto Community Coinbase has long been an integral part of the crypto industry. Launched in 2012, the exchange and infrastructure provider has become a way for hundreds of thousands, even millions, to interact with the ecosystems of Bitcoin and other digital assets. But,...
Ripple's IPO Could Send XRP's Price Higher: Top Analyst 21
At a Wall Street Journal event in Davos, Switzerland at the World Economic Forum, Ripple Labs chief executive Brad Garlinghouse made a surprising announcement: after saying that he expects for there to be a number of crypto- and blockchain-related IPOs in the coming 12 months, he said that he wants...
Elon Musk's Twitter Buyout Sends Dogecoin Price Soaring Past 25% 23
Elon Musk Twitter deal confirmation has catapulted the prices of Dogecoin past 25 %. At press time, the Shiba Inu-inspired crypto is up by 29.16% and is currently trading at $0.1619 Cryptocurrency Dogecoin (DOGE) surged nearly 30% on Tuesday after the news of Elon Musk acquiring Twitter for $44 billion went...
Stephen Curry's Fund Won't Invest in "Not Practical Yet" Blockchain 24
Blockchain Not Functional?  While Bitcoin hasn’t been widely adopted, the “technology that backs it”, blockchain, has gained mainstream attention. JP Morgan, Walmart, and IBM are among the corporate giants that have begun to use this technology in their operations, citing its potential to reduce costs, increase information/transaction processing speeds, amongst...