Unique Zero-Fiat ‘Bitcoin Bond’ Debuts on Bloomberg Terminal

[ad_1] The range of Bitcoin investment options for institutional and retail investors continues to expand as two European companies debut a zero-fiat Bitcoin Bond on Bloomberg Terminal. This one is for the HODL Crowd A recently published press release shows that the London Block Exchange (LBX) and Argento have partnered to develop a zero-fiat bond which is denominated in Bitcoin. The UK and Luxembourg-based companies proudly proclaimed that the product

The State Of Bold Bitcoin Price Predictions For 2019 End

[ad_1] With half of 2019 already gone, here is a look at how the customary Bitcoin price forecasts have fared. First Half of 2019 for Bitcoin On the calendar, 2019 comes after 2018 but in crypto history, the year will undoubtedly be of far greater significance. Reason? Well, 2018 was something of a long winter for virtual currencies with prices falling by more than 80% across the board. Many commentators

Retail Payment Network—Flexa Accepts Litecoin (LTC)

[ad_1] According to a recent report U.S crypto payment network Flexa now supports the use of Litecoin (LTC) at every designated merchant in the United States. Flexa Merging Blockchain Tech With Retail In its bid to merge retail and blockchain technologies, payment network Flexa has announced that Litecoin (LTC) will be the fifth digital assets to be supported by traders on the network and since the Flexa network was established

Cryptocurrency Market Trades Sideways as Bitcoin Hovers Shy of $12,000

[ad_1] Thursday, July 4— The number one cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) is seeing mild gains on the day as ether (ETH) and ripple (XRP) trade sideways. Market visualization. Source: Coin360Bitcoin has had a volatile week. Bitcoin was trading at over $13,000 on June 26 and under $10,000 on July 2. Bitcoin is currently trading at just over $11,850, and some analysts think BTC could rally significantly today as it is Independence Day

Cyprus Set to Launch its Blockchain Regulation Framework

[ad_1] Harris Georgiades, the finance minister of Cyprus has made it known that the blockchain regulation framework for the country will be available this year and then stated that blockchain technology is a new technological revolution closely related to the internet. A Plan to Maintain Digital Innovation in Cyprus The speaker of the house, Demetris Syllouris praised the abilities of the technology saying that: “Full implementation of this technology across

Fujitsu Unveils Blockchain-Based Identity and Credential Rating Service

[ad_1] Japanese tech research firm Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a blockchain-based solution for evaluating user credentials, identity and trustworthiness in online transactions, according to an announcement by Fujitsu on July 4.As reported, the solution considers user ratings, stored on a blockchain, to assign every user a “trustworthiness score.” Users reportedly rate each other when a transaction occurs and the technology evaluates this data to make a guess about users’ relationships

Brazil’s Fifth Largest Bank Plans to Co-sell Over $1 Billion Worth of STOs Based on the Tezos Blockchain

[ad_1] BTG Pactual, Brazil’s fifth largest bank, has revealed plans to make use of the Tezos blockchain for security token offerings potentially worth $1 billion. To achieve this, the bank will be joining forces with Dubai-based asset manager Dalma Capital. Tezos Network Will Be Used For This According to a recent press release both banks will adopt the Tezos network for the sale of digital securities to “address a deal

The Core Flaw In $100,000 Bitcoin Price Prediction

[ad_1] The price of Bitcoin has plunged by more than 15 percent from its 2019 high of $13,868.44. But that is not deterring investors from making bold bullish predictions for the cryptocurrency. Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano, co-founder & partner of Morgan Creek Digital Assets is the latest to join the rank of bulls who believe Bitcoin price could hit the $100,000 level by 2021. The former Facebook executive borrowed his bullish

Craig Wright Uses Falsified Docs to Prove Innocence in Kleiman Case

[ad_1] Self-proclaimed Bitcoin (BTC) creator Craig Wright has allegedly provided fabricated court documents to prove a trust deed with his plaintiffs, as seen from documents revealed by trial lawyer Stephen Palley on Twitter on July 3.According to Palley, the self-styled Satoshi Nakamoto has failed to prove his case by presenting court documents that Palley alleges to be fake, as they contain multiple chronological discrepancies.Among the exhibits filed with the District

Can the Crypto Market Live Without It?

[ad_1] There is perhaps no other crypto asset more subject to scrutiny and accusations of impropriety than the Tether stablecoin. The startup behind the coin has been blamed for market manipulation while its business dealings and accounting practices have stirred up many concerns. Critics argue that Tether lacks transparency, possibly engages in criminal activity and does not have the financial backing that it claims. These accusations are somewhat vindicated by the