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Ripple Could Launch the xRapid Solution

Ripple Could Launch the xRapid Solution

After being one of the most promising cryptocurrencies of 2017, Ripple had disappointed thus far this year, dropping from 3.3 US dollars/piece to as low as 0.26 US dollars. Even though the cryptocurrency price did have a really bad performance, the San Francisco-based company had continued with its project and

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New HR Survey Shows People Want Crypto Payments

New HR Survey Shows People Want Crypto Payments

  A startup company named ChronoBank had recently an interesting survey related to cryptocurrencies and the results have shown some interesting things about how crypto enthusiasts perceive digital assets now when prices are extremely depressed as compared to a year ago. The survey in a nutshell ChronoBank had conducted the

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Cryptocurrencies Dip Following Goldman Sachs News

Cryptocurrencies Dip Following Goldman Sachs News

  The entire cryptocurrency market took a downturn yesterday after an article on Business Insider claimed that Goldman Sachs – one of the biggest investment banks in the world- is giving up on its plan to launch a cryptocurrency trading operation. A few months ago we have written about Goldman

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New Details about the Future Ethereum Updates

New Details about the Future Ethereum Updates

  The year 2018 had been one of the worst for Ethereum, after the price dropped from $1,400 towards little under $270 last month, in a bloodbath that hit hard all major cryptocurrencies. The Ethereum developers, alongside with some major investors in Ethereum had been planning for a few months

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Iran and its national cryptocurrency?

Iran and its national cryptocurrency?

  Iran seems to be among the countries that will have a national cryptocurrency, as the latest highlights from the country are pointing out. After the US President Donald Trump decided a few months ago to withdraw from the Iran deal – a nuclear agreement set between Iran and the

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China and Its Total Crypto Crack Down

China and Its Total Crypto Crack Down

  There is no doubt China is among the countries that have probably one of the most hostile approaches to cryptocurrencies. All major communistic countries had this defensive stance against digital assets, but since China is one of the biggest economies in the world and most of the major exchange

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$600 Billion Wiped Out of the Cryptocurrency Market

$600 Billion Wiped Out of the Cryptocurrency Market

After a strong 2017, with returns above anyone’s expectations, cryptocurrencies had been taking a strong dive since the beginning of 2018. On January 7th, the total market capitalization was at $829 billion, exceeding the market valuation of tech giants like Google and Amazon. However, what followed then is the biggest

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Failed Bitcoin ETF Drives Cryptocurrencies Lower

Failed Bitcoin ETF Drives Cryptocurrencies Lower

Following a promising bull run that developed for almost a month, cryptocurrencies had been under pressure again following news that the SEC had rejected a new Bitcoin ETF request. We have talked about Bitcoin ETFs in a previous article and it seemed like the prospects of a new Bitcoin-related contract

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Could the BOE become blockchain-friendly?

Could the BOE become blockchain-friendly?

    The Bank of England had been reportedly wanting to update its payment system in order to support the blockchain technology, according to an article published on Reuters on Monday, this week. It is not the first time the BOE approached this subject, as we have written in a

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News from South Korea Boost Digital Assets

News from South Korea Boost Digital Assets

Fresh and positive news are coming from South Korea, supporting the price of cryptocurrencies. One of the biggest markets for cryptocurrencies, with several exchange platforms among the biggest in the world, South Korea had been at the center of attention since the beginning of 2018. Some of the reasons had

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