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2020 is slowly coming to an end as we cruise through the last and most eventful quarter. With Bitcoin holding a support of $13.000,...
Trading at a professional level involves using strategies to maximize your gains while minimizing any losses. Traders make use of important strategies such as using stop loss orders in order to cushion the impact of price fluctuations.
Even the most seasoned crypto operators couldn’t foresee the amazing rise of EOS in the digital currency market. EOS is slowly eclipsing the established big boys’ and if this trend is anything to go by, it won't take long before EOS perches itself at the very top of the cryptocurrency order.
While economists like to give crypto a hard time, more and more people want to use digital currency in lieu of fiat money. However, not all cryptocurrencies are equally useful as a payment method for the reason of acceptance.
Among cryptocurrency’s less well-known developments are its moves towards environmental friendliness and renewable energy. As the crypto industry has grown and becomes more complex, it has found many solutions to ease the financial burden of mining. But how likely is the trend to continue?
Cryptocurrencies are changing the world in more ways than meet the eye. They have made transactions easier and safer, and the blockchain technology that allowed them to exist is now being used for more than just cryptocurrencies.
Many experts and market watchers have rightly prophesied that 2018 will be a year of extreme highs and lows for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. After Bitcoin's massive dip from $20,000, the question on the mind of many investors is whether Bitcoin will be recovering any time soon.
The current cryptocurrency crash could be over sooner than you think as Bitcoin prepares to blow its previous all time high out of the water.
The Lightning Network will attempt to make Bitcoin transactions faster and cheaper. Will this be enough to allow it to compete with today's cryptocurrencies?