Promoted | China banned cryptocurrencies again, but this time the markets hardly noticed. What does this mean for the strength of crypto, and has China just made big mistake?
China’s multiyear crackdown on the crypto industry may have reached its apex on Friday, cementing a shift in the balance of power away from one of the countries that first embraced the digital currency world.
Bitcoin extended losses on Tuesday, falling to the lowest level since August after a global selloff in riskier assets.
“Fomo” remains alive and well in the cryptocurrency world, with lesser-known tokens outperforming again in the wake of recent rallies staged by industry leaders bitcoin and ether.
It was only a few weeks ago that some strategists were eyeing a possible drop to $20 000 for bitcoin, months after it had hit an all-time high near $65 000 in April. Now it’s back above $50 000. What happened?
Promoted | Uniswap is the largest decentralised exchange in crypto. It leverages multiple crypto assets, including its native UNI cryptocurrency, to provide a service similar to a traditional exchange.
A little-known digital token linked to the cardano blockchain has just become the third-largest virtual currency in the world as network developers look to ride the boom in decentralised finance.
Ethereum is making big changes. Perhaps the most important is the jettisoning of the “miners” who track and validate transactions on the the world’s most-used blockchain network.
Promoted | Because Revix believes that Friday, the 13th is a day of good luck, the company has decided to share knowledge in this article about one of the top-performing cryptocurrencies: ethereum
Promoted | Wealthy millennials’ love affair with cryptocurrenices is burning red-hot right now.