The Case For DCA Maximalism

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This article was originally published on The Bitcoin Layer Dear readers, We are currently drafting an original research report exploring bitcoin’s first major recession, whether or not we enter a technical one based in forthcoming data. As we finalize that publication for your reading pleasure, we’ve developed this free post as an appetizer while you […]

BIS Wants Banks To Hold 1% Of Reserves In Bitcoin

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The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) decided to grant commercial banks to officially hold bitcoin. BIS plans to capitalize on the popularity of Bitcoin (BTC) despite the market being bearish for the past few weeks and has approved banks to hold up to 1% of reserves in Bitcoin. On June 30, BIS’s Basel Committee on […]

MicroStrategy Buys 480 More Bitcoin

MicroStrategy Bought 480 Bitcoin

American business intelligence giant MicroStrategy is back on track to do some shopping as the market goes downwards. The CEO of the company, Michael Saylor, revealed that MicroStrategy bought the dip. They purchased 480 Bitcoin at an average price of $20,817 per coin. Notably, every time MicroStrategy bought Bitcoin they’ve made headlines as huge Bitcoin […]

Ray Dalio, Stan Druckenmiller And Paul Tudor Jones Already Own Bitcoin

Ray Dalio, Stan Druckenmiller and Paul Tudor Jones

The following interview is sponsored by 21bitcoin.app Daniel, what’s currently going wrong with our financial and monetary system? The current international fiat money system, which is centrally managed, is only 21 years older than me. It was only 50 years ago that the US went off the gold standard. As we have become increasingly aware […]

Dollar Could Lose Status Of ‘World Reserve Currency’ By 2030 According To Analyst

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Derivatives trader, market analyst and conference host Tone Vays has recently said that the United States dollar will lose its status as the world reserve currency by 2030. During an interview on the Mediterranean Island nation Malta, Vays called Bitcoin a tool for wealth protection. He explained that the ongoing global inflation steals people’s savings […]

Real Estate Or Bitcoin, What’s The Better Trade?

Bitcoin vs Real Estate

Trading real estate for bitcoin and vice versa is becoming more common. More and more property developers are starting to accept bitcoin, bitcoin-backed mortgage companies are starting up, and individual transactions are rising. But what are the pitfalls and opportunities for both sides? Let’s take a closer look. Nestled about halfway down on the south side […]

Exceeding $5 A Gallon, Company Rewards Fuel Purchase With Bitcoin

Gas prices are higher than ever all over the world as inflation shows its fierce effects on the economy. A Bitcoin startup now wants to offer relief through bitcoin rewards for gas (real gas at the pump, not shitcoins). Bitcoin rewards application Lolli has chosen the energy company Chevron as its new official fuel partner. […]

First Bitcoin Short ETF Launched in the US

ProShares Bitcoin Short ETF

ProShares, the biggest provider of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in the United States, plans to debut a Bitcoin short ETF in the nation on Tuesday, June 21. A short ETF, also known as an inverse ETF, tracks a particular benchmark only to return the opposite. In this case, the ProShares Short Bitcoin Strategy ETF, which will […]

Bitcoin’s Price Fell. So…What?

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This article was originally published by Beautyon on Medium. Bitcoin is a very new technology, even though the concept that it brings to life is decades old. The double-spending problem has been solved; this means that it is possible to use a digital certificate to stand in the place of money and be sure that […]

$30 Trillion U.S. Debt Spiral Could Spill Over to Bitcoin

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The U.S. debt is higher than ever. Could a default scenario be beneficial for bitcoin? Because the U.S. dollar is the world’s reserve currency, it’s critical to comprehend the consequences of the U.S. debt crisis for the global financial system’s survival. Furthermore, while everyone is concerned about the highest inflation rate since 1981 (8.6% in […]