While over-the-counter (O.T.C.) and dark pool trading is a lesser-known branch of the crypto tree, this sub-sector has quickly become a hot topic for institutions with a growing penchant for Bitcoin. Recent data from a leading crypto-centric OTC desk has only corroborated this fact, making it apparent that capital enters cryptocurrencies via mediums other than spot exchanges.Continue reading
Since Bitcoin (B.T.C.) found its all-time high in late-December 2017, two weeks shy of one fateful year ago, the leading cryptocurrency has fallen by a jaw-dropping 81%, posting a performance that would make speculators shudder.Continue reading
According to several reports, crypto mining giant Bitmain is running out of funds. And it could be bad for Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin.Continue reading
A cryptocurrency fund that is scheduled for launch early next year believes that the current slump in prices is distracting people from the ever-growing adoption rates of both consumers and investors alike.
To many crypto savants, the modern political scene, which promotes centralization and censorship in some cases, is far from a topic of importance. But, as Tuesday’s U.S. midterm poll results have started to roll in, the ears of cryptocurrency enthusiasts have metaphorically perked up, as it was unexpectedly divulged that pro-Bitcoin/crypto politicians have been sworn into office in the nation’s highest levels of government.