Jeff Fawkes is a seasoned investment professional and a crypto analyst. He has a dual degree in Business Administration and Creative Writing and is passionate when it comes to how technology impacts our society.
Two years after the infamous Bitcoin Cash hard fork of 2018, the news about the new one scheduled for November 15, 2020, is spreading, and this time, nobody seems happy about the new possible drama.
The New York Judge Kevin Castel claims that Telegram’s TON Grams are securities. But Blockchain Association’s (BA) Kristin Smith put out the fact that Grams only arrive under the security name while being not a security. BA filed the letter of support to the court earlier this week.
LaunchBase will become something more than just an issuance and exchange tool. Large ventures promise to offer professional help to novice businesses.
Binance, Block.one, BitMEX, BiBox, KayDex, BProtocol, Status and TRON Foundation received the class-action lawsuits. The lawsuits claim that those companies were selling or helping with the selling of unregistered securities.
The theory goes that quantum computing could be used to crack out cryptocurrency wallets. Is this true?
Anchorage, Ripple XRP and big money story: per the official announce, custodian will support XRP. They have the XRP Ledgers set up and ready. The support sees light since April 2, 2020.
Binance acquires CoinMarketCap ‘to make crypto more accessible worldwide’. CoinMarketCap CEO is stepping down to spend time with family. Binance CEO claims he will make sure that CMC data is following the industry standards and needs.
Technical indicators claim Bitcoin price may move up, but the bears are still here. BTC price undergoes a sudden pump right after equity trades ending. Expert sets likely price range, which is within $5,150 and $7,200.
Judge Kevin Castel is clearly against Telegram in the case of the GRAM token launch. Federal Judge claims that Telegram founders can not distribute their tokens to anyone, not only to U.S. citizens.