Bitcoin has been around the longest of all cryptos, which could mean — according to Lindy’s law — that it has the best chance of all cryptos to survive.
The idea of bitcoin might be completely foreign to you. But if you’re here then you’ve probably at least heard about it.
You might have heard about the incredible price gains it’s seen over the last seven years. And now you’ve probably come to the realisation that bitcoin is something you must know more about.
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Should you buy Bitcoin?
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Buffett remains an idol of mine and I’d give my right arm to be a tenth as good as he is at picking stocks. But that doesn’t mean he’s perfect.
Bitcoin is the most famous cryptocurrency on the planet. So why are banks and governments so eager to kill it off? What’s the catch here?
In the past week, the value of bitcoin has crumpled. It’s gone from $9,500 per coin to under $7,500 a coin in roughly five days. We’ll cover why the downturn occurred…
While bitcoin’s price keeps fluctuating, we are seeing more companies and people flowing into blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin.
Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, has just issued an ominous challenge to cryptos: banks might soon start issuing their own digital currencies.
There’s nothing quite as polarising as cryptocurrency. You could survey 100 people; most wouldn’t be able to name anything outside of bitcoin.
There was quite a row going on Twitter all last week. In case you missed it, it started with Nouriel Roubini’s comments on crypto during a US senate hearing.
Nobody wants to get rich slowly. Not millennials, not generation X, not even baby boomers. It’s why there was so much demand for bitcoin last year.
To many, bitcoin is not an effective store of value or unit of account. And it should be easy to reason why…it’s crazy volatile.
If cryptocurrencies are dead in the water, why haven’t they gone to zero?Why did the freefall stop around March? Maybe Ethereum’s founder, Vitalik Buterin, has the right idea…
When cryptocurrencies like bitcoin were created, the dark world of crime issued a worldwide sigh of relief. At least, that’s what the mainstream suggests.
Bitcoin is the poster child for the broader crypto world. It is also one of the most inaccurately reported topics I’ve ever seen. But it’s pretty easy to sift through the BS.
As a self-admitted economist, I know just how powerful jargon can be. Today I want to clear up some of the jargon-related confusion that surrounds blockchain.