Analysis

Although Bitcoin (BTC) has weathered the current crisis and come out on top, Goldman Sachs only focused on the March 12 fall in a presentation to its clients. Using liberally interpreted information, Goldman appears to be discouraging their clients from diversifying their portfolios with Bitcoin allocations.  Luckily, there are a few large players who understand
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On 16th April 2020, the Malaysian Navy intercepted a ship packed with an estimated 200 Rohingya refugees who had taken a long and precarious voyage. The Navy prevented the ship from approaching the shore; and while that boat’s whereabouts are now unknown, another vessel loaded with refugees was eventually located by the Bangladeshi coast guard.. 
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“Blockchain technology is not as decentralized as we think,” Golden Gate University law professor Michele Benedetto Neitz wrote recently. Public blockchains are supposed to operate by consensus — democratically, if you will — but critical decisions are more often made by a very small group of ‘agents of influence’ — often core software developers. As
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Data published today from Cointelegraph Markets and Arcane Research found that despite investor concerns over the block reward halving disincentivizing miners and possibly compromising the security of the network, demand for Bitcoin continues to rise globally. Proof of increasing adoption is supported by the total number of functioning Bitcoin ATMs rising to 8,000, a more
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Recent data from Skew shows that Bitcoin’s (BTC) implied volatility plummeted after yesterday’s halving occurred. Generally, volatility is at the heart of any professional trader as it measures daily average price oscillations and gives insight into market conditions.  As previously reported by Cointelegraph, Bitcoin’s halving event tends to increase volatility due to its significant uncertainties.
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