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Bitcoin In 2018: “There Will Be At Least 4 Crashes Of 40% Or More”

By Nicholas Colas via DataTrekResearch.com, When you see something titled “Bitcoin 2018 Predictions”, you are probably most interested in just one thing: “Where will it go?” So let’s start there, but then add some other observations on a variety of topics. #1: We expect bitcoin will trade for between $6,470 and $21,600. Here’s how we […]


Are The Banksters Creating Their Own Cryptocurrency Called “Utility Settlement Coin”?

Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog, Independently-controlled cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin may or may not survive in the long run, but blockchain technology is definitely here to stay.  This technology has revolutionized how digital financial transactions are conducted, and it was only a matter of time before the big […]


The #BitcoinBreakdown: Before You Buy, More Caveats

First Appearing on HedgeAccordingly.com Fifth in a series.  Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 By @sellputs Let us regard the wonders of technology & innovation: Suddenly, we now have multiple easy ways to lose money betting on bitcoin. Giddyup! With incredible speed, from your laptop or even your smartphone and without even thinking about it, you can […]


This Cryptocurrency Mining Rig Can Also Heat Your Home

The intensifying energy consumption of the bitcoin network is becoming a concern for environmentalists who have begun to question whether digital currencies should be considered a socially responsible investment. As we pointed out last month, Digiconomist’s Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index stood at 29.05TWh. That’s the equivalent of 0.13% of total global electricity consumption. While that […]


Goldnomics Podcast – Gold, Stocks, Bitcoin in 2018. Everything Bubble Bursts?

Goldnomics Podcast – Gold, Stocks, Bitcoin in 2018. Everything Bubble Bursts?  Click here to listen to podcast In this our first GoldNomics podcast we take a look at the major financial market themes of 2017 and delve into the outlook in 2018. GoldCore CEO Stephen Flood and GoldCore’s Research Director and world renowned precious metals […]


Was Coinbase’s Bitcoin Cash Rollout A Designed Hit?

Authored by Tom Luongo, There’s an excellent article over on Breitbart that looks at the details of Coinbase’s surprise roll-out of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as a trading vehicle on their in-house exchange GDAX. It details the whole sordid mess and I would recommend anyone interested in the topic to read it for what it implies. […]


Riding The Blockchain Train: These Companies Changed Their Name, And Their Stock Price Soared

Many others had done it, but nobody quite as blatantly as beverage maker Long Island Iced Tea Corp, which on Thursday became the latest to jump on the cryptocurrency bandwagon, bizarrely but profitably changing its name to Long Blockchain Corp, which sent its shares soaring by 500%. In an ironic twist, we previewed LTEA’s hilarious […]


Will Ethereum Be The Next Facebook?

Authored by Kenneth Tan via Hackernoon.com, 2017 has been an amazing year for Ethereum. Prices has hit an all time high of $800, and it is now the processing nearly double the number of transactions of bitcoin at a million a day. As we enter 2018, I think Ethereum will be the next Facebook due […]


Cryptocurrencies Rip Higher As Dip-Buying Replaces Panic-Selling

Yesterday's triple-legged panic-selling across the crypto-space, which saw Bitcoin and Ethereum down 30 and 40% respectively at their worst ended around 10amET and while the mainstrea media was happy to declare (once again) the death of Bitcoin et al., the entire crypto world has soared since – almost erasing the entire day's losses. Across the […]


Why This Canadian City Could Be The Epicenter Of The Next Bitcoin Rush

There is a new Gold Rush 2.0 currently underway across the world, and prospectors have their eyes set on Winnipeg City in Manitoba, Canada. In 1848 through 1849, the news of gold quickly spread around. People from Hawaii and Latin America were the first to hear the breaking news. Next came the rest of the U.S., […]


Hedge Fund Behind Mystery “Bitcoin To $50,000” Bet Revealed

The crypto space was thrown into chaos today as the price of bitcoin and its peers plunged overnight, cementing the pioneering digital currency's worst week since December 2013, only to rebound dramatically into the close, wiping out virtually all losses. Also today, just as the rout was nearing its trough, we shared a story from […]


Friday Humor: The Bitcoin Billionaire

We suspect a few crypto 'millionaires' are crying in their milk somewhat tonight. We hope this helps… I was broke, unemployed, I was starting to slouchI was sleeping in the basement on my momma's new couchThat's when I heard it all, a chance to skirt it alla money like my last girlCompletely virtual… Got the […]


Trump’s Tax Bill May Be Reason for Crypto Rout

Content originally published at iBankCoin.com Let’s be clear. The American market for Bitcoin is an aspirational one; but the true volume is done in Asia. Instead of going through the trouble of setting up shell corporations to launder their money, the Chinese have been using crypto currencies, which was beautifully marketed as some sort of […]


Crypto-Carnage: CME Bitcoin Futures Halted Limit-Down

Update: 0950ET – CME's Bitcoin Futures Contract was halted limit-down (down 20%) at $12,265 at 0945ET… *  *  * Following the most aggressive drop in Bitcoin in almost three years (plunging 37% from its highs in 5 days)… Bitcoin is now down over $9000 from its highs… Back to a $10,000 handle… And then it […]


Prominent Names Within the Crypto Space Cash Out Their Positions

    Prominent Names Within the Crypto Space Cash Out Their Positions Written by Nathan McDonald, Sprott Money News     Last week, I penned an article about the history of Bitcoin and how the community around it has dramatically changed. This isn’t just Bitcoin, however; it is all Cryptos. In the beginning, as I discussed last […]