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Cryptocurrency has had its share of detractors since the first token launched some years back. Over the years the number of detractors has increased, but their complaint hasn’t. They all sing the same tune—liking digital assets as tools that help criminals and money launderers. So far, even the Pre..
There has been a lot of speculation recently as to whether US president Donald Trump’s recent tweets on bitcoin and crypto were good or bad for the industry. The doom merchants will cheers his dollar pumping comments but industry leaders see it as a boost for crypto in general. Binance Boss CZ Bull..
The American government is stepping up in its objective to monitor cryptocurrency activities, and it wants everyone to cooperate with it as well. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), America’s broker-dealer watchdog, published a Notice instructing member firms to disclose current or ..
On July 16, U.S. Department of the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin gave a short press briefing discussing cryptocurrencies and the pressing need for regulation. A 28-minute slodge of alphabet agency soup, studded with calculated mentions of “terrorism” nearly every minute, casual observers were le..
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box this week giving the UK government’s perspective on Facebook’s Libra ‘cryptocurrency’.Libra Could Both Transform And Harm the UK U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer @PhilipHammondUK explains why governments are so worried ..
Following President Trump‘s poor assessment of cryptocurrencies, speculation has been rife in the industry on whether or not Washington could stifle the industry with a blanket ban. Popular economist and stock trading expert Alex Krueger, believes while the President could toy with the idea, the cu..
Ever since Facebook announced its digital asset one month ago, the broader cryptocurrency space has been subject to immense levels of scrutiny from global governments. Case in point, the unveiling of Libra, a Facebook initiative backed by corporations from Uber and Spotify to Visa and Booking Holdin..
Whenever United States President Donald Trump talks about microeconomic matters, the financial world listens. Economists often shake their heads, finance ministers look at each other in disbelief, and market analysts pay close attention to...
Donald Trump has taken to Twitter yet again, and this time he’s talking about bitcoin and the superiority of the United States dollar. Bashing lack of regulation and potential for criminal activity inherent to crypto, Trump claims the U.S. fiat will always be the strongest currency in the world. As ..
US President Donald Trump practically lives on Twitter so anything he tweets gets a global audience. Whether positive or negative, his tweets get noticed so a recent comment on bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, while not painting them in the best light, does reconfirm that they are now household names. ..
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