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CNBC Fast Money’s Brian Kelly: Bitcoin Is Like The ‘Internet In The 1980s’

3 months ago 7ring Comments Off on CNBC Fast Money’s Brian Kelly: Bitcoin Is Like The ‘Internet In The 1980s’
Brian Kelly of CNBC’s Fast Money compared cryptocurrency to the “Internet in the 1980s,” emphasizing that Bitcoin (BTC) is still in its early stages in an April 13 interview on CNBC’s Trading Block. When asked about Bitcoin’s potential, Kelly answered that while he used to see crypto as comparable to the Internet in 1995, he Read More

Giza Revealed To Be Pyramid Scam

4 months ago kakp2 Comments Off on Giza Revealed To Be Pyramid Scam
Giza, a cryptocurrency storage venture, has shown its true colors. The company has emptied its ICO Ethereum wallet and left investors in the dust. After what seemed like a legitimate business venture evaporated, nearly one thousand investors are reeling from the aftermath of losing big money. This is why regulators hate ICOs ICOs have been Read More

ISPs Caught Deploying the Cryptocurrency Mining Malware

4 months ago kakp2 Comments Off on ISPs Caught Deploying the Cryptocurrency Mining Malware
Cryptocurrencies are booming lately! And that’s something very easy to get since they provide the users with a variety of benefits including the absence of middleman during transactions, and the anonymity of deals. This is why it is more and more common to see people making use of trading, although without a doubt this also Read More

Investors Call Foul Play as Coinbase Parries Insider Trading Accusations

7 months ago adcity Comments Off on Investors Call Foul Play as Coinbase Parries Insider Trading Accusations
Markets and Prices The operation had been underway for weeks. Had all gone to plan, Coinbase and Gdax customers would have awoken on Wednesday morning to discover that bitcoin cash trading had finally been added. Traders would relish the liquidity this new market would bring, the exchanges would scoop up more fees, and bitcoin core Read More

The economic case that net neutrality was always fundamentally bad for the internet

8 months ago adcity Comments Off on The economic case that net neutrality was always fundamentally bad for the internet
Net neutrality may be over. The Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai recently proposed getting rid of regulations that stop internet service providers from charging fees to content providers for faster connections. The FCC votes on Dec. 14, and the proposal is likely to pass. The term net neutrality was coined by Tim Wu, who Read More