Crypto markets post a good recovery, headed by altcoins, as the overall market valuations move above $365 billion.
Though the U.S. tax day is getting closer and closer, it seems that Americans are not in a hurry to report their cryptocurrency holdings.
Tim Draper during his recent “Draper Block(chain) party” in California said that Bitcoin could multiply thirty times from its current price.
The crypto market momentum continues to remain bullish on the second day after Bitcoin leaped in price on April 12, 2018.
After hovering around $6,939 earlier these days, Bitcoin has gained over $1,000 in just 45 minutes this morning, breaking the $8,000 mark.
The EOS platform which offers a promising competition to Ethereum with several advanced features is likely to release the EOSIO 1.0 version by this June.
Owing to a lot of favorable events lined-up in the crypto markets, they are poised to make a comeback in the Q2 of 2018.
Following multiple complaints from the ‘army’ of Bitcoin supporters for taking a pro-BCH stand, @bitcoin was suspended for alleged impersonation.
Crypto markets turn positive over the news of some big industry giants from the world of finance joining the crypto space.
The ability to afford one of the world’s most expensive vehicles doesn’t only indicate high status of bitcoin holders, but shows the cryptocurrency has real-world value.
While high volatility and never-closing markets may make Bitcoin trading tough, Automated Bitcoin Trading is providing a working solution for maximizing the returns in such circumstances – presumes our guest author, Susan Tindol.
Despite some negative trends noticed by experts, Bitcoin continues to gain a momentum. Over $6 trillion has been transferred already across its network.
Matonis believes that we are now entering the “post-legal tender age … that isn’t driven by central banks” and decentralized cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin will cater to this shift.