7 Rules for Investing in Cryptocurrency

Stephen McBride | |

Crypto has a history of rewarding long-term investors who have conviction in its world-changing potential. On the other hand, it tends to punish investors with “weak hands”—those looking to make a quick buck who can’t or won’t stay invested through volatile periods. 
That’s why Rule No. 1 in crypto is: Embrace the volatility. Throughout history, early-stage assets have gone through huge booms and busts. The first 120 years of the U.S. stock ...

Bitcoin Poised To Dramatically Gain Adoption

Frank Holmes | |

Keep an eye on the miners.

Bearish Trend Continues in Boom and Bust Asset Class of Cryptocurrencies

Tradier | |

There are few asset classes as volatile as cryptocurrencies.

Another Crypto Winter Wipes Out Billions in Market Value

Frank Holmes | |

What should investors do now?

Cryptocurrencies Showing Signs of Life

Tradier | |

After the latest price implosion, cryptocurrencies look ready to take off again.

Airlines Urging Biden Administration To End COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

Frank Holmes | |

“People are keen to spend the money that they have saved during the pandemic on travel.”

Investment Themes To Watch in 2022

Frank Holmes | |

Exactly 12 months ago today, inflation was running at only 1.1%, oil was still under $50 per barrel and Bitcoin was trading at $18,260. Virtually no one had been vaccinated against COVID-19, and even fewer people had ever heard of the word omicron – let alone knew that it is a letter in the Greek alphabet.

Bitcoin Could Fix Turkey’s Currency Crisis

Frank Holmes | |

It’s December 2021, and the Turkish lira is near an all-time low against the U.S. dollar as President Recep Erdoğan continues to implement what The Wall Street Journal calls “unconventional economic policies.” Turkish households saw the value of the national currency plunge nearly 30% last month alone, making everything from food to fuel significantly more expensive for already-struggling families.

Another Inflationary Sign From Cryptocurrencies

Tradier | |

Bitcoin and Ethereum are the leaders of the cryptocurrency asset class. As of November 5, the overall asset class had a $2.696 trillion market cap. 13,669 different cryptos make up the total value, but Bitcoin and Ethereum account for 62.4% as Bitcoin was worth around $1.152 trillion, and Ethereum had an over $528.25 billion market cap.

Amazon Denies Report That It Plans To Accept Bitcoin Payments

Kimberly Redmond | | Inc (Nasdaq: AMZN) has denied a media report on Monday that the e-commerce giant was planning to accept bitcoin payments by the end of 2021.

The report from London’s City A.M. newspaper, a publication distributed for free on the London Underground, cited an unnamed “insider,” who also claimed Amazon had plans to eventually develop its own cryptocurrency.

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