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Visa and Coinbase Will Launch Cryptocurrency Card

Visa and Coinbase Will Launch Cryptocurrency Card

  The latest news shows that a partnership between the Coinbase exchange and big payment giant Visa will give birth to the first cryptocurrency card. It seems like the card will enable customers to use cryptocurrency when making purchases, avoiding the whole process of converting crypto to fiat and then

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Cryptocurrency Market Cap Breaks Above $180 B

Cryptocurrency Market Cap Breaks Above $180 B

  The enthusiasms in the crypto market continued to edge higher, despite no significant news that might have propelled the token prices so impulsively. The synchronized move had pushed most of the major cryptocurrencies to new 2019 highs and left most of the investors wondering whether they should continue to

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The SocialGood Cashback System Revealed Token Allocation

A lot of projects will be in the center of attention throughout 2019, but one particular company had managed to stay under the radar thus far, even though it comes with an innovative business model. Based in Tokyo, Japan, the Social Good Foundation Inc., in coordination with its wholly-owned subsidiary

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Improved Sentiment Pushes Cryptocurrencies Higher

Improved Sentiment Pushes Cryptocurrencies Higher

  Following a few weeks of low volatility, things look like we’ll have a lot of activity in April. We’re in the morning of the second day of the month and already all major cryptocurrencies had started to break higher impulsively. Bitcoin clear key resistance area As we’ve mentioned in

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Bitmain’s IPO Application Expires

Bitmain’s IPO Application Expires

  Although it’s still one of the biggest mining hardware producers, the bearish trend in cryptocurrencies had a lot of negative effects on Bitmain, which did not manage to get listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in the appropriate time. This not the bad news about the company, which

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US Blockchain Investments Will Reach $41 Billion

US Blockchain Investments Will Reach $41 Billion

  A report released by researchandmarkets.com revealed that by 2025 companies are expected to spend on blockchain research more than $41 billion. Called “The United States Blockchain Business Opportunities and Outlook Databook Series (2016-2025)”, the report analyzed 11 industries from the US and applications of the blockchain technology in over

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XRP Integration into WooCommerce Positive?

XRP Integration into WooCommerce Positive?

  Even though the true purpose of XRP was to facilitate cross-border payments and be used by banks, it seems like the company behind the token is aiming to diversify its strategy and some recent moves are pointing towards that direction. Recently, they have announced a partnership with Forte and

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XRP Sideways Despite Coinbase Listing

XRP Sideways Despite Coinbase Listing

  On February 28th, Coinbase, one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchange platform, announced the support for XRP. With support for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, and Litecoin, the exchange had received numerous requests from its customers to enrich the number of tokens supported. Widely known for its obsession

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Ethereum Update Live Since February 28th

Ethereum Update Live Since February 28th

  The wait has been long, but since yesterday, February 28th 2019, the Constantinople update as well as the St. Petersburg update are live on the Ethereum platform. The update took place at the block number 7,280,000, around 19:45 GMT. As we’ve talked in mid-January, the platform update labeled as

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Sudden Dip in Crypto Erases Significant Gains

Sudden Dip in Crypto Erases Significant Gains

  Although last week was one of the best for cryptocurrencies in 2019, things got a downside turn yesterday, Sunday afternoon, as prices begun to fall at a rapid pace. Even though cryptocurrencies rebounded on positive mood, it seems like the momentum had been short-lived and right now we are

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