How did Top-20 Coins perform in July?
(source – ChasingCoins)
The variance is measured in USD.
Read CCRB: A Challenger Appears (first article)
We took the UK as an example of both a very developed retail market and a fairly technologically-savvy and crypto-educated nation. Moreover, both Bittle and CCRB aren’t strangers to Britain. So, should one wish to make a purchase and earn some cryptocurrency in form of “cash”back…
Bittle vs. CCRB: Partnerships, Retailers and Investment Potential
Could Etherium really be showing signs of recovery? If so, those who have adopted the strategy of a “healthier portfolio” and traded shitcoins against Etherium at its lowest have made the right choice.
While Bitcoin is in the green too, if Sunday trading is indicative of anything it is of retail investors attempting to fight off institutional pressure. Time will tell.
We have published an article about adding some free ELF tokens from the Azeroth II Airdrop (still loving the name) to your portfolio (or, rather, becoming part of the complex multilayer bounty system) yesterday.
…which had an immediate effect on the token’s market price! (jk, ofc)
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Japan, one of the Asian tigers of the cryptocurrency market is under direct attention from the country’s regulatory bodies following the multi-million dollar hack of one of the local exchanges. Binance, a Hong Kong-based exchange is under notice for operating without a license in the country (the news affected the price of Bitcoin, highlighting the significance of Binance; yet Yahoo intends to buy into one of the local exchanges, already operating and licensed in the market. 40% stake, reportedly valued at $19 million, will give the internet giant effortless market entry, with further investments expected in early 2019.
Noteworthy, Yahoo only partially followed Google/Youtube, Facebook/Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat (think investing in crypto? Think Snapchat… – yes that is sarcasm) and others in restricting cryptocurrency-related advertisement. While Microsoft, a company well-known for its positive attitude and even enthusiasm towards cryptocurrency markets (one can use Bitcoin to purchase Microsoft products), Bing and Linkedin have not followed the popular trend.
More on future regulation: from G20’s discussion on cryptocurrencies France’s Minister of Finance stated:
“We agree that crypto-assets can be very interesting for everyone. And we – obviously – are in favor of blockchain technology, which can provide very good support to financial assets in Europe or anywhere in the world. We are in favor of these technologies, but we want these technologies to be secure and therefore we need to define very clear measures for their regulation.“
In other words, quoting older news based on JP Morgan’s internal report, cryptocurrencies are here to stay. Whether ICO adverts are banned by Snapchat or not.
Carter Thomas (we mentioned his podcast in our Starter’s Tools section) ran an excellent live Q&A session yesterday.
For those interested in investing/trading, it can be an interesting watch.