Monthly Archives: January 2020

Crypto Investing #183 – Why Is It Difficult For Investors To Buy & Sell When They Need To? – Tai Zen

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Bitcoin Must Gain 13,800% in 2020 to Stop John McAfee Eating His Words

A calm start to 2020 may end in a shake-up next month, commentators suggest, but huge progress is needed to match the most bullish Bitcoin price forecasts. Bitcoin (BTC) traded broadly sideways on the first day of the 2020s as consensus swirled ever stronger around a Q1 breakout.  Cryptocurrency market daily overview. Source: Coin360 BTC in line for uninspiring January Data from Coin360 and Cointelegraph Markets showed Bitcoin making a decisively calm start to its third decade, with volatility staying away from markets into Wednesday. At press […]

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China Takes Another Step Away From USD Hegemony

The China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS) announced that effective January 1, 2020, the system “will adjust weights for CFETS RMB Index,” decreasing the weighting of the USD for the second time in the currency basket’s history from 22.40% to 21.59%, and increasing the Euro from 16.34% to 17.40%. The change could signal further disassociation with USD due to ongoing U.S./China trade difficulties. Also, reports of increased trade with the EU over 2019 and the fact that both China and the European Union are actively working on […]

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Etoro CEO Yoni Assia on Reaching 12 Million Users and Why Cryptos Are a Gateway to Stocks 

Yoni Assia is the CEO and founder of multi-asset trading platform Etoro. The brokerage firm, which enjoys a high profile within the cryptosphere, enables digital assets such as BTC and BCH to be traded alongside stocks, ETFs, and commodities. Juxtaposed between the traditional and crypto investment realms, Etoro has a unique insight into the health of the industry. In an interview with news.Bitcoin.com, Yoni Assia shared his thoughts on what traders can expect in 2020. Also read: Bitcoin’s Next Decade Will Be Shaped by Derivatives 2019 Was […]

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Worst Bitcoin Price Prediction of 2019

An overview of the worst and most outrageous Bitcoin price predictions of 2019. To prophesize is a natural human tendency. Humanity applauds those who make the right prediction and also love to hate on people when they miss the mark, especially by ridiculously large amounts. For many years, the crypto industry has been prone to high fluctuations and volatility. Nobody can actually predict what will unfold in the upcoming seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months… let alone the years.  Once when everyone predicted that Bitcoin (BTC) would […]

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Veriblock Captured Close to 60% of BTC’s OP Return Transactions in 2019

During the course of 2019, the most used BTC-based OP_Return protocol, Veriblock, outshined Omni Layer outputs. According to statistics, Veriblock captured 57% of BTC’s OP_Return outputs in 2019. Ever since the protocol’s opcodes started dominating, a number of BTC influencers called the outputs “abuse” and “spam.” Also Read: Central Bank Gold Hoarding Hits 50-Year High Veriblock Captured a Majority of the BTC-Based OP_Return Outputs in 2019 2019 was an interesting year and a slew of blockchains saw a bunch of statistical changes. One specific data point observed […]

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Mike Mayo of Wells Fargo Says ‘We Are Living in the Golden Decade of Banks and Technology’

Wells Fargo analyst Mike Mayo predicts that technology will enable efficiency and greater returns for banks this decade. Wells Fargo analyst Mike Mayo announced during a Dec. 30 CNBC news segment that “this is the golden decade of banks and technology.” Mayo explained that while the 1990’s had record bank consolidation (banking businesses merge with each other), systems were never integrated. He then explains that in the “aughts” decade – the 2000s – banks saw excessive growth, which unfortunately ended in “tears” due to the financial crisis of […]

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