Posts filed under: Cryptocurrency

In this episode of RTD Q&A, Max Keiser of the Keiser Report, shares his excitement and concerns of the continuous money printing of global central banks and how we are heading towards rough times in the near future....
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Throughout history, “money” has been many different things. Money has taken the form of seashells, colored beads, feathers, live animals, and large stones....
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There appears to be no shortage of interest in cryptocurrency and blockchain policy in D.C. as Members in the House of Representatives and U.S. Senators have introduced a total of 32 bills in the 116th Congress....
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It’s a bloodbath out there. For now, only bonds are higher in price as it seems traders are selling everything that is not nailed down in order to meet margin calls or simply reduce overall uncertainty....
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Bitcoin (BTC) saw a difficult week as it hit one-month lows, but on gold markets, traders were nursing the biggest daily falls in over seven years....
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Cryptocurrencies are based on blockchain technology that allows for de-centralized peer-to-peer transactions to take place outside the government-controlled banking system....
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Calvin Ayre is doubling down on his biggest bet yet: in Bitcoin SV (BSV), a variant of the popular digital currency that he believes has the bandwidth to backstop a global payments system....
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Thanks to the Federal Reserve, the idea that you can go into a store and anonymously purchase something with cash might soon be obsolete....
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TDC Note – Here is the difference between “digital gold” and physical gold....
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Gold prices, which continue to bounce near the USD $1,600 per ounce level, are at record levels in dozens of currencies. However, they continue to trade about 20% off their all-time highs in U.S. dollar terms....
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