At the end of 2017 and the height of the crypto hype bubble, investors seeking ‘the next Bitcoin’ bought up altcoins en masse after learning that many alts, such as Etheruem, Ripple, and Litecoin, had spiked over 1000% and outperformed even Bitcoin.

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Europeans now have a new option to convert Bitcoin and other crypto assets into fiat without having to undergo identity verification. To make this possible, Swiss service Bity integrated with MyEtherWallet to enable the seamless transition of funds between MEW wallets and Bity accounts.

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As Bitcoin continues to slide, down $1,000 since Monday and dropping just below $10,000, Digital Asset Research, an institutional-grade crypto data and analysis company, has released the results of a new model that predicts Bitcoin will surpass $60,000 in less than a year.

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The Chinese government has in 2019 been giving Bitcoin all the ammunition it needs to rally.

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By CCN Markets: Turkey likes bitcoin more than any of the other 14 nations polled in a recent survey by Dutch banking group ING.

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On August 11th, Decrypt reported that in the last year the number of publishers using the Brave browser has grown by over 1,200%.

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Although many of the top-tier exchanges like Coinbase Pro require ID verification, many exchanges still don’t.

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If you were following crypto news around the height of the 2017 bull run, you almost certainly remember CryptoKitties.

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Devs at Chainlink (LINK) dumped 9.8 Million Tokens, Around 275 Million Tokens Still Held by Devs and 350 Million Tokens Earmarked for Staking Yet to Be Touched, Posing a Centralized Market Risk.

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The crypto exchange Binance has issued a warning about a large-scale dusting attack on Litecoin users.

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