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  • Ethereum Uptrend Continues as Analysts Eye Further Gains
    Ethereum (ETH) has been standing at the helm of the recent upwards momentum incurred by the aggregated crypto market, and it has been able to extend its momentum in spite of Bitcoin erasing much of its recent gains during an overnight drop. This bullishness has allowed ETH to decisively break ... read more
    NewsBTC09-17-2019
  • Bitcoin has always been seen as an investment by the Chinese, and not as a payment system, claims Bobby Lee
    Charlie Shrem interviewed Bitcoin veteran and Ballet Co-founder, Bobby Lee, on his podcast, Untold Stories, earlier today. During the interview, Bobby spoke about his experience of co-founding BTC China, the first Bitcoin exchange in China and for a while, the longest running exchange in the world, while also addressing his ... read more
    AMBCrypto09-17-2019
  • 53 Bullish Reasons
    Credit for this list goes to Murad Mahmudov Global trust in government institutions, banks, and mass media companies is at multi-decade lows. Studies show that trust between people (interpersonal trust) is eroding and is near all-time lows, too. Trust between nations is diminishing, too. Global debt levels are ... read more
    /r/Bitcoin09-17-2019
  • Current Bitcoin Price Action Like That of Pre-2017 Mania, Says Analyst
    Popular on-chain technical analyst Willy Woo believes that Bitcoin is currently in the early phases of another huge bull market. He appeared on former Wall Streeter and Bitcoin proponent Tone Vays’s YouTube channel earlier today to discuss the market. In addition to Bitcoin price action resembling that of the period ... read more
    NewsBTC09-17-2019
  • Iota Introduces Chronicle, a New Solution for Long-Term Data Storage
    Iota introduces Chronicle, which allows node owners to store data for indefinite timeframes ... read more
    Cointelegraph09-17-2019
  • Tezos’ Arthur Breitman discusses transactions fees and inflation for PoS-based blockchains
    Recently, Tezos Founder Arthur Breitman tweeted about how transaction fees for PoS-based blockchains are deflationary, while those on PoW-based blockchains are not. An important difference between PoW and PoS is that, in the former, transaction fees accrue to the hashpower of the network, with no corresponding reduction in inflation, whereas ... read more
    AMBCrypto09-17-2019
  • Bitcoin Weekly Chart May Point to Covert Bullishness
    After incurring a sudden influx of buying pressure yesterday that sent Bitcoin’s price surging past $10,400, the crypto’s bulls were unable to perpetuate this momentum, which has since led BTC to retrace back towards the lower-$10,000 region. Analysts are noting that Bitcoin may still be gearing up for a bullish ... read more
    NewsBTC09-17-2019
  • Asure.Network Decentralized Pension System
    Decentralized Pension System To demonstrate that the blockchain can solve problems globally, Asure also developed a prototype of a global pension system that is fully decentralized and therefore not in the hands of government or insurance companies. This is an alpha phase experiment designed ... read more
    /r/ethtrader09-17-2019
  • Crypto Analyst: Bitcoin Price Boredom Ends With Break of $9K or $12K
    Bitcoin price action has gone stagnant, causing volatility to disappear, and turning trader’s attention to toward altcoins like Ethereum and Ripple which are finally having some time in the limelight. But for the leading cryptocurrency by market cap to become interesting again, one crypto analyst says that Bitcoin price will ... read more
    NewsBTC09-17-2019
  • Ethereum Istanbul Görli Testnet upgrade will go live on 30 October
    Ethereum’s upcoming hard fork, Istanbul, will be taking its preliminary step with the Testnet upgrade in October 2019. The upgrade was supposed to go live this coming month, but was postponed to a later date due to a delay in clients upgrade. The block number and the date for the ... read more
    AMBCrypto09-17-2019