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Major Cryptocurrency Predictions for 2018

Major Cryptocurrency Predictions for 2018

For those who have been following the wild ride of cryptocurrency, there is no doubt that 2018 is poised to become an interesting year. However, indicators signify that the reasons for the changes will be much different than they were in 2017. After all, last year...
What Does the Future of Banking Really Look Like?

What Does the Future of Banking Really Look Like?

Technology has forever changed the way we communicate, shop and even bank. More and more, consumers have at their fingertips the power not only to customize their newest piece of clothing, but how they manage their finances as well. What does that mean for the future...
Trend Spotlight: What is Coin Burning?

Trend Spotlight: What is Coin Burning?

The latest cryptocurrency trend to arise in the market is called coin burn, or proof of burn for some smaller alt-coin users. It is a new trend that is designed to limit the number of Bitcoin (or another cryptocurrency) in circulation to create artificial scarcity and...
Little-Known Facts About Ripple

Little-Known Facts About Ripple

Showing an increase of 35,500% between 2016 and 2017, Ripple was one of the highest performing cryptocurrencies of last year. Even so, there is little to be shared among investors with many curious to know more about this particular cryptocurrency. These factors will...
The Two Worlds of Cryptocurrency

The Two Worlds of Cryptocurrency

The advent of the cryptocurrency world is upon us. Cryptocurrency is a digital currency that uses encryption to store coins on a virtual system. As an avid and current cryptocurrency investor, the “crypto” world offers a new dimension of financial security. The idea...
Why Taxing Bitcoin is the IRS’ Worst Idea

Why Taxing Bitcoin is the IRS’ Worst Idea

Most Bitcoin investors understand the concept of capital gains taxes. If you purchase an asset like a stock or bond and it appreciates, you pay tax on the appreciation. Likewise, if it falls, you deduct the losses from your income. That is simple and logical enough....