Celsius vs. Linus: Earn Interest on Crypto or High-Yield USD Account?

Celsius vs. Linus makes for an interesting comparison between two unique cryptocurrency interest accounts. Both platforms let you earn passive but not-risk-free income, but they accomplish this through distinct approaches.  Celsius accepts cryptocurrency deposits and allows for “in-kind” interest, and it also functions as a lending platform. On the other hand, Linus only accepts and […]

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Meet the Decentralized Fashion House Bringing Overpriced T-Shirts to Ethereum – CoinDesk

“The secrecy/mystery is what makes it cool,” Uniswap’s Ashleigh Schap said via direct message. “Normally you wouldn’t send $200 to random people who are promising to send you a T-shirt.” And yet people are doing just that for Saint Fame, a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that’s part fashion house, part ethereum subculture. “Saint Fame is […]

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Tencent’s WeBank to Provide Infrastructure for China’s National Blockchain Consortium – CoinDesk

WeBank, a digital bank that makes loans to small businesses and individuals, has become the first technical infrastructure provider for the nation’s blockchain network.  The Shenzhen-based company will provide the Blockchain-Based Service Network (BSN) with its patented open consortium chain FISCO BCOS, according to a Chinese state media report.  Rather than a single blockchain, the […]

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Bitcoin Price Crash is Burning Man’s Fault & Fed Will Cut Rates 3x: Tom Lee – CCN Markets

The Burning Man festival makes the list for the more obscure factors for a bitcoin trading lull. | Source: Flickr/wnhsl Fundstrat co-founder Tom Lee claims the bitcoin price nosedived this week because the crypto-sphere is distracted by the Burning Man festival. Moreover, Lee predicts the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates 75 basis points by the […]

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Bitcoin Price Crash is Burning Man’s Fault & Fed Will Cut Rates 3x: Tom Lee – CCN Markets

The Burning Man festival makes the list for the more obscure factors for a bitcoin trading lull. | Source: Flickr/wnhsl Fundstrat co-founder Tom Lee claims this week’s bitcoin price nosedived because the crypto-sphere is distracted by the Burning Man festival. Moreover, Lee predicts the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates 75 basis points by the spring […]

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Bitcoin Price Crash is Burning Man’s Fault & Fed Will Cut Rates 3x: Tom Lee – CCN Markets

The Burning Man festival makes the list for the more obscure factors for a bitcoin trading lull. | Source: Flickr/wnhsl Fundstrat co-founder Tom Lee claims the bitcoin price nosedived this week because the crypto-sphere is distracted by the Burning Man festival. Moreover, Lee predicts the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates 75 basis points by the […]

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Bitcoin’s Long Road to Privacy

Bitcoin is a terrible money for criminals. The asset’s loose pseudonymity makes it relatively easy to identify someone’s address and transactions. But it’s not just criminals that should want privacy. Privacy is important beyond its direct implications. Fungibility is one of the key properties of sound money. This refers to the property whereby all coins […]

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