Monthly Archives: February 2021

Ethereum Mining on Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060, RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 Laptop GPUs

Gaming laptops with the latest generation of mobile graphics cards from Nvidia in the form of their RTX 30 Series Laptop GPUs are popping on the market and apparently people are not only interested in playing games on them, but also using them for crypto mining. And similar to their desktop counterparts in the GeForce RTX 30 Series product line, the mobile versions of these graphics chips used in gaming laptops does manage to give you very good hashrates for mining Ethereum. The mobile GPU product line […]

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$50K and BTC’s biggest weekly candle ever: 5 things to watch in Bitcoin this week

A falling U.S. dollar and increasingly positive publicity keeps Bitcoin bulls satisfied despite a slight correction to $47,000. Bitcoin (BTC) is riding high on a wave of positive sentiment as it prepares to take on $50,000. After a volatile weekend which saw a new all-time high, expectations are putting Bitcoin back in the spotlight as a fundamental level comes into play — what’s in store? Cointelegraph considers five factors which could serve to move the market in the coming days. Stocks gain while the dollar dives Stocks […]

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US Government Won’t Allow Corporates to Keep Replacing Dollars With Bitcoin, Warns Investment Advisor

Dan Nathan, the founder of Risk Reversal Advisors, says that the U.S. government will not keep allowing corporations like Elon Musk’s Tesla to replace dollars with bitcoin. They won’t “let the dollar fall away from being the reserve currency for the world,” which could happen if corporations keep replacing dollars in their balance sheets with bitcoin. US Government Will Not Let Bitcoin Replace Dollars, Says Risk Reversal Advisors’ Chief Dan Nathan offered his view on the future of bitcoin in an interview with CNBC last week. His […]

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USDT-settled futures contracts are gaining popularity, here’s why

Crypto exchanges offer USDT and BTC settled perpetual futures contracts but which is best suited for the average trader? When BitMEX launched its Bitcoin (BTC) perpetual futures market in 2016, it created a new paradigm for cryptocurrency traders. Although this was not the first platform to offer BTC-settled inverse swaps, BitMEX brought usability and liquidity to a broader audience of investors. BitMEX contracts did not involve fiat or stablecoins and even though the reference price was calculated in USD all profits and losses were paid in BTC. […]

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