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DesireDesire (DSR)
$0.0081144083 [ Buy ]
1.4527E-6 BTC
23.92%
Market cap: $45,623 #1164
DESIRE is a proof of work cryptocurrency launched in October of 2017.
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  • AiBB: The Modern AI Trading tool
    AiBB is a modern trading bot with artificial intelligence support. In this case, the use of artificial intelligence is dictated by the desire of developers to provide their customers with a quality tool for market analysis. Now it will be really easy to invest in promising cryptocurrencies and other projects. ... read more
    /r/CryptoCurrencyTrading11-17-2018
  • Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Prices Steady but Further Losses Expected
    Latest Bitcoin News In the midst of a severe market slump that has seen Bitcoin slide more than 80 percent from 2017 peaks, Zhao Changpeng is pretty optimistic about crypto. We must note that the fall of Bitcoin has dragged altcoins to new levels with some dropping by as much ... read more
    NewsBTC11-16-2018
  • Humans vs Uber: Will Blockchain Help?
    Uber managed to gain a remarkable market share in the transport industry by implementing a simple but powerful idea. The company didn’t invest in a technology from scratch, but selected an industry with great demand and built an ecosystem with a broader supply chain. Uber realized that the difference of ... read more
    NewsBTC11-14-2018
  • Mining Pools Rule, Individual Crypto Mining Deemed No Longer Viable
    Although institutional players have continued to throw money at crypto assets and up-and-coming blockchain-focused projects, reports indicate that the mining subset of this industry has faltered, and greatly at that. GPU-Powered Ethereum Mining Now Unprofitable In mid-August, NewsBTC reported that some forward-thinking students, like Penn State grad Patrick Cines, had once ... read more
    NewsBTC11-14-2018
  • A Guide To The BCH Fork on November 15th – Be Informed! (x-post from /r/btc)
    original thread: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/9wthuv/a_guide_to_the_bch_fork_on_november_15th_be/ Let me start off by introducing myself and getting my bias out of the way up front. I'm a moderator of /r/ainbow, a community which frequently gets linked to /r/SubredditDrama. As a result, most of my examples will be drawn from that. Secondly, I apologize for the ... read more
    /r/CryptoTechnology11-13-2018
  • Defining risk
    I find it confusing defining risk in fiat when looking to place a trade due to the numerous exchange rates. Does anybody use a spreadsheet which does all the calculations for them upon entering price, stop loss and desired risk in fiat? If yes, would you be willing to share ... read more
    /r/bitcoinmarkets11-13-2018
  • Bank of America Obtains Crypto Patent, is it Planning to Operate a Wallet?
    A sure sign of growing adoption and institutional interest in cryptocurrencies is when major banks start to look at them more closely. The second largest bank in the US, Bank of America, was recently awarded a patent for secure crypto key storage indicating that its interests in the industry are ... read more
    NewsBTC11-12-2018
  • Digital indentities have to mature for crypto to go mainstream
    There was a time, not so long ago when anonymity was one of crypto’s favorite war cries, second only to decentralization and permissionless-participation. The right to exchange goods and services freely, protected by a digital Guy Fawkes mask, untraceable and unstoppable, was one of the driving forces behind the early ... read more
    /r/bitcoinmarkets11-11-2018
  • Bloomberg: Institutional Interest in Cryptocurrency is Low
    Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin (BTC), Wall Street–While excitement is beginning to bubble again over the possibility of a Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Fund, thereby providing the avenue for more large scale investing than what the current landscape affords, Bloomberg reports that the overall sentiment from institutional investors is disinterest. Earlier in the day, EWN ... read more
    Ethereum World News11-10-2018
  • Dogecoin Creator: Bakkt, Fidelity, and Bitcoin ETF Are Bad for Cryptocurrency
    Jackson Palmer, the founder of the cryptocurrency Dogecoin, has discussed what he calls the “re-centralization” of the cryptocurrency markets, and notably criticized the direction the industry is heading. Growing Shift Away from Decentralization in Cryptocurrency Industry In a recent opinion piece published in Diar, Palmer begins his Op-Ed, titled “The ... read more
    NewsBTC11-09-2018