Every day new ICOs (initial coin offerings) come to the crypto market. Many of these ICOs are nothing but pure rubbish and eventually they will burn a lot of investors. But some aren't..
How would you feel if you woke up to find that your investment had fallen 16% overnight? That was the reality on Friday for Australian bitcoin investors.
Media is reporting the crashing price of bitcoin. We can hear naysayers proclaiming: The bubble has burst, this is the end of bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
A fall of 19% for bitcoin over the past 24 hours, along with a surge of volatility across all the crypto currencies, has brought out the doom merchants once more.
For the last 7 years I’ve been researching the world of cryptocurrency. There are now well over 800 different cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin, is this the end? Well in 2014 it wasn’t. It’s certainly not today. And tomorrow and into the future, well we don’t have a crystal ball but in our view.....
And as millions of new bitcoin users join the network the system is only going to get slower and with the increasing price…more expensive. And those two factors fly completely in the face of Bitcoin’s original intentions.
Australian banks continue to distance themselves from any crypto currency. They label them as untrustworthy and volatile.
The price of Ethereum went absolutely bananas over the weekend. What is the cause of this incredible rise? Is Ethereum in a bubble? Is this just the beginning?
We’ve been crypto crazy since 2010. But only in the last few weeks that people who dismissed us as crazy have decided maybe we’re not crazy after all.