Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, EOS, Bitcoin Cash, Binance Coin, Stellar, Cardano, Tron: Price Analysis, March 25

The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph. Every investment and trading move involves risk, you should conduct your own research when making a decision. Мarket data is provided by the HitBTC exchange. During a meeting with the president of Argentina, American […]

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Swiss Startup Lykke Launches 2 New Crypto Indexes

Swiss Startup Lykke Launches 2 New Crypto Indexes Swiss startup Lykke has launched two new crypto indexes and their associated service tokens, growing its product offering aimed at providing “a simple path to the crypto market,” the company said on Thursday. The first index, called Smart LyCI, tracks the top ten blockchain projects that work […]

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Linh Thanh Group Receives License to Establish a Crypto Exchange in Vietnam

Vietnam is going to see its first completely approved crypto exchange, because of Linh Thanh Group. Linh Thanh Group is the biggest distribution firm in Vietnam. To set up the first completely approved advanced cash exchanging stage in Vietnam, the firm is banding together with KRONN Ventures. KRONN Ventures is a blockchain firm based in […]

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Changes to Tether’s Terms of Reserves Raises Fresh Concerns

Controversial stablecoin Tether is in the spotlight again after changes to the details of the way in which it backs up tokens in supply. As reported on March 14, various online users noted and posted disconcerting changes to the Tether website, which have seemingly altered the way that the company is providing surety for the […]

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Netherlands: Gov’t-Backed Odyssey Hackathon to Explore Use of Blockchain, AI in Energy, Digital Identity and More

Odyssey hackathon 2019 Odyssey, a blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) hackathon formerly known as the Dutch Blockchain Hackathon and Blockchaingers, is coming back for its third edition to connect innovative teams and ideas with governmental, corporate, and non-profit partners. The hackathon is backed by government agencies, organizations and companies including the Ministry of the Interior […]

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The Debate Over Bitcoin’s Dominance Re-Ignites As Markets Begin Recovery

Signs continue to emerge that the bear market may finally be at an end, as values across the crypto space are inching upwards and a number of platforms are well on their way to real-world adoption. One positive sign is that Bitcoin has moved past USD $4,000 several times over the past few days. This […]

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MakerDAO Vote to Raise DAI Stablecoin Stability Fee by 4% to 7.5% per Year

Users of Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) MakerDAO (MKR) have voted to raise the so-called stability fee for Maker’s DAI (DAI) stablecoin by 4 percent, according to the results of a recent poll completed on March 21. The firm announced on Thursday that users had voted yes to the proposal to increase the stability fee by […]

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Bitcoin Core Developer Matt Corallo Proposes “The Great Consensus Cleanup”

Bitcoin-Core developer Matt Corallo has recently proposed a series of changes to the Bitcoin consensus code, dubbed “The Great Consensus Cleanup” in a new BIP, and submitted an associated pull request which implements the requisite code adjustments. The changes would be executed via a BIP-9 soft-fork in order to change a small proportion of consensus-related […]

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Russian State Duma Defers Consideration of Bill On Digital Financial Assets

The State Duma of the Russian Federation has deferred consideration of the bill “On Digital Financial Assets” to April 2019,  local media outlet TASS reported on March 20. The second reading of the draft federal law “On Digital Financial Assets” has reportedly been rescheduled for April, following a decision made at the morning voting on […]

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As Brexit Negotiations Ensue, how Will Ongoing Uncertainty Affect the Financial Markets?

The continued disruption could hold significant value to those willing to take advantage of this uncertain period.   Almost half of food manufacturers have said access to new UK markets will form a significant part of their growth strategies, with a further 46% citing export markets. Technology will also continue to play an ever-increasing role […]

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