What a year. Brexit, Trump, North Korea, bitcoin. While it’s nice to check out how much you could have made in 2017, it’s far more interesting to speculate on 2018.
Bitcoin’s cryptocurrency cousin bitcoin cash (BCH), surged 17.9292% this week. Its market cap now stands at $48.88 billion, with a volume of $3.68 million.
Cryptocurrency FunFair gained a staggering 38.23% this morning. Its market cap now stands at $920.69 million, with a volume of 3.29 million. Why did the FunFair price rise?
Bitcoin may be headed for another correction in 2018. Or it could continue to defy expectations and confound the mainstream. Whatever happens, you shouldn’t be investing anything in bitcoin that you can’t afford to lose...
What was around US$1,500 a week and a half ago is now worth US$5,015. Thanks to completely forgetting about a Bittrex account, we are sitting on an 8,368% return on our initial US$59.10 outlay.
The further away from ‘normal’ a prediction is, the less our brain is inclined to believe it. That anchoring mechanism is then backed up by a second survival trait. The tendency to stay in the safety of the herd. The result?
If you think the mainstream has become addicted to bitcoin, wait until they get their first taste of altcoins. You thought 2017 was big, you ain’t seen nothing yet. 2018 is flat out going to blow the roof off.
Someone wants to give you $1 million dollars. You can accept it in either bitcoin, or the Venezuelan bolivar. So, which one would you choose? The ‘real’ currency? Or this ‘fake’ internet money?
The latest to downplay the digital coin is Philip Lowe, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). Lowe called bitcoin a ‘speculative mania’. But of course that’s what you’d expect a central banker to say.
Litecoin price has skyrocketed in the last week. Jumping 111% on the back of the bitcoin futures market opening in America. This strong, positive relationship makes sense. Litecoin is essentially a 'spin-off' of bitcoin.