More Rate Shocks for Bitcoin Ahead Despite Latest Price Rebound
by Yashu Gola on March 4, 2021 at 9:49 am
Bitcoin traders should get used to facing more shocks from Treasury markets even as the cryptocurrency goes through a strong rebound phase.
Top New York Executive Sees Bitcoin Price at $150,000 by Q1/2022
by Yashu Gola on March 4, 2021 at 8:12 am
There is nothing stopping Bitcoin from attempting to become a six-figure asset, the Magentic managing director William E. Quigley professed in an interview with CNN Business.
Earn Passive Income Cloud Mining with Xminer
by Bitcoinist on March 3, 2021 at 6:47 pm
Mining cryptocurrencies is one of the best ways to make money in the cryptocurrency industry. However, mining profitable cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum can be expensive since it requires high-end computing machines. Also, the cost of maintaining these machines is immense and beyond the reach of the average crypto lover. This is why cloud mining has become popular, as it offers crypto enthusiasts the opportunity to mine cryptocurrencies while paying a fraction of the total
Bridge Oracle soon to launch Mainnet
by Bitcoinist on March 3, 2021 at 6:25 pm
Bridge Oracle will soon be launching services on its mainnet that will permit users to implement real-world DApps on the Tron network with the help of Bridge Oracle. March 1, 2021 — Bridge Oracle is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of its mainnet services. The mainnet will enable users to deploy real-world connected decentralized applications using Bridge Oracle on the Tron network. The launch of a mainnet is always a landmark moment for any blockchain
This Bitcoin Metric Shows Just How Far Away The Top Could Be
by Tony Spilotro on March 3, 2021 at 4:40 pm
Bitcoin price is still more than 10% away from the highs set last month, and bulls have been struggling to regain the powerful momentum they had on the way up. However, while price action is feigning signs of being exhausted, blockchain data shows that growth in actual Bitcoin adoption is still on a steady, parabolic incline and is nowhere close to peak levels historically. According to a top cryptocurrency market researcher, this suggests the current