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Bitcoin Bubble: What To Do If Your Cryptocurrency Crashes

Bitcoin Bubble: What To Do If Your Cryptocurrency Crashes

Finder.com.au canvassed 15 economists about the future performance of cryptocurrencies and 60 per cent believed the value of the top five coins would fall by 50 per cent in 2018. Currently, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash and Cardano combine for a total market capitalisation of around $US400 billion, but are being viewed with apprehension by some experts, according to Graham Cooke, Finder.com.au insights manager. These cryptocurrencies are volatile, so its not surprising some are reluctant about their sustained value, Mr Cooke said. Over the past six months many virtual wallets have ballooned and perhaps contracted in value, however, the future is still exciting for both virtual currencies and the blockchain technology powering it. Should the value plunge, David Jackson, founder of Crypto Sydney said it was important not to panic. Bitcoin is one of many volatile cryptocurrencies with an unclear future. AFP PHOTO / JACK GUEZSource:AFP Markets are volatile and the crypto market is still in its infancy. One could say its in its adolescence as we see regulatory measures being introduced, which indicates that governments and the financial establishment are taking this market seriously, Mr Jackson said. Nobody makes good decisions in a panic, so keep a cool head. Mr Jackson said that all markets fluctuate and cryptos are no exception. Some seasoned investors are taking advantage of these fluctuations to buy into particular cryptos when the price falls, if they believe it will recover and rise in the future, he said. But it is vital to research carefully before making any purchase, and be critical, think and reflect objectively dont just jump on a coin because of a Facebook post or something you read in the media, including this. Its important to understand your perso Continue reading >>

The Future Of Cryptocurrencies? The View Of Two Experts

The Future Of Cryptocurrencies? The View Of Two Experts

The future of cryptocurrencies? The view of two experts Economists Michael Lee and Antoine Martin answer questions about digital money. This post first appeared in the Federal Reserve Bank of New Yorks Liberty Street Economics blog under the title The future of cryptocurrencies? The view of two experts and is republished here with the Banks permission. The views expressed in this post are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or the Federal Reserve System Explore the latest strategic trends, research and analysis Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been much in the news lately, in part because of their wild gyrations in value. Michael Lee and Antoine Martin, economists in the New York Feds Money and Payment Studies function, have been following cryptocurrencies and agreed to answer some questions about digital money. Q: Lets start simply. What even is cryptocurrency? Martin: Cryptocurrencies are digital, or virtual, money. Bitcoin, which was created in 2009, is the first and probably the best known cryptocurrency, but many others have followed, such as Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin , etc. Q: Do they have utility that other forms of money lack? Lee: Like any functioning form of currency, cryptocurrencies facilitate payments between parties and provide a store of value. Whats special about them is that they can serve those roles even in environments where trustor lack of trustis a problem. Trust is implicit for practically any means of payment. Say I need to buy groceries. If I pay with a personal check, the grocer has to trust that the check isnt hot (that I own the account and it has sufficient funds). Common payment methods, like debit or credit cards, also entail a surprising degree of Continue reading >>

Finder Cryptocurrency Predictions May 2018

Finder Cryptocurrency Predictions May 2018

Based in Australia, Clayton Daniel is a former tax accountant and financial adviser turned fintech investor and entrepreneur, author of the No. 1 Amazon bestseller Fund Your Ideal Lifestyle and founder of sproutsuper.com.au. Fred Schebesta is cofounder of global personal finance comparison site finder.com, and OTC broker service HiveEx.com. Fred is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, mentor, cryptocurrency advocate and regular on the startup speaker circuit. Susanne Chishti is CEO of FINTECH Circle, Europes first angel network focused on fintech, and founder of the first P2P learning platform, FINTECH Circle Institute. Chishti is a CNBC commentator on the effects of cryptocurrency and finance. Jrg Molt is CEO of the Satoshi School 1-10 Mitglieder in Germany. He launched the Satoshi School to teach people the basics of blockchain technology and how to make their businesses more efficient, secure and fast. Sergei Logvin is co-founder of Rocket ICO, the worlds first decentralized accelerator based on the DAO concept. He is also an advisor for four ICOs: Opporty.com, Project Districts, TravelChain and LibertyLance. An experienced technology consultant and manager specializing in blockchain technology, Joseph Raczynski helps clients innovate and become forward thinkers in their space. He also specializes in AI, cybersecurity and legal technology. Tim Lea is a published author and regular speaker on the uses of blockchain, as well as the CEO of REFFIND and director of Veredictum. His experience writing and directing an award-winning film inspired him to found Veredictum. Alisa Gus is CEO of a blockchain gamified social market network. Its goal is to help communities grow and stay engaged through blockchain technology. She is also a founding member of the DC Digital Econom Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Price Predictions For 2018: An Expert Roundup

Bitcoin Price Predictions For 2018: An Expert Roundup

Bitcoin Price Predictions for 2018: An Expert Roundup Last updated on December 13th, 2017 at 07:37 pm The wild growth and recent price fluctuations associated with bitcoin have investors seeking price predictions for the coming year. Investors are understandably concerned about whether bitcoin will experience a crippling course correction, or continue rapid growth. It might accomplish both. In November, bitcoin plunged nearly 30% before sharply rebounding to hit the $10,000 price range. This recent rebound involves fueling market anxiety and the fear of missing out (FOMO) among new investors. As a consequence, bitcoin prices will continue to rise, and assertions that bitcoin has entered bubble territory will undoubtedly intensify. However, since cryptocurrency prices are not based on earnings, the market will likely remain highly speculative and volatile. Nevertheless, bitcoin analysts are doing their best to ascertain whats in store for 2018. Supply and Demand as a Determining Factor of Bitcoins Price For some analysts, forecasting cryptocurrency prices simply requires examining current factors related to supply and demand. In an interview with The Motley Fool , David Drake, founder of LDJ Capital, asserts that bitcoin will reach $20,000 next year. He based this number on its fixed supply. (Only a limited number of bitcoins are mined each year.) Indeed, Drake refers back to simple supply and demand: Theres a fixed supply of it but growing demand, when that happens the price rises. Drake also noted that the code underlying the creation of new bitcoins is capped at 21 million lines, but only 4.3 million of them are above the current supply. Unfortunately, without a firm measure to guide cryptocurrencys valuation, bitcoins high growth market leaves analysts prone to freq Continue reading >>

Ripple Price: Will Xrp Ever Overtake Bitcoin? - Experts Claims Yes | City & Business | Finance | Express.co.uk

Ripple Price: Will Xrp Ever Overtake Bitcoin? - Experts Claims Yes | City & Business | Finance | Express.co.uk

Cryptocurrency experts have spoken to Forbes about the future of Ripple and its cryptocurrency XRP and whether it could overtake bitcoin. XRP suffered highs and lows this week and after rumours started circulating Coinbase would be adopting XRP onto its digital currency exchange the cryptocurrency shot up to $0.96. However the speculation was soon quashed when the exchange confirmed it would be launching a new index fund open to US accredited company and would not be adding XRP to the exchange. Cryptocurrencies across the board have dived after the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) warned of potentially unlawful systems that trade cryptocurrencies, which investors may use with an unearned sense of safety. Ripple CEO reveals what is needed for cryptocurrencies to succeed XRP plunged to $0.83 following the SEC announcement on Wednesday, according toCoinMarketCap.com, with the cryptocurrency not falling this low since it dropped to $0.82 on February 9. Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of Ripple, said the market is having an outsized reaction to the announcement of the SEC. He said cryptocurrency exchanges have the option to de-list ICO tokens or simply register with the agency and claimed the SECs regulation does not hugely impact cryptocurrency trading platforms in a negative manner. Despite this recent volatility, XRP is the third most valuable crypto token and is trading at $0.84 with a market cap of $33 billion, according toCoinMarketCap.com. In context of yesterday's SEC statement(s), I hear some in crypto talk about the current regulatory uncertainty." SECs statements have been consistent and clear. "Regulatory uncertainty" is just a euphemism for we wish we could ignore SEC regulations. Bitcoin climbed back above $10,000 Thursday for the first time in two weeks The Continue reading >>

Cryptocurrency Experts: Chinese New Year Ends Bitcoin Price Correction

Cryptocurrency Experts: Chinese New Year Ends Bitcoin Price Correction

Cryptocurrency Experts: Chinese New Year Ends Bitcoin Price Correction Cryptocurrency Experts: Chinese New Year Ends Bitcoin Price Correction As the bitcoin prices rose with the arrival of Chinese New Year, cryptocurrency experts believe the dip in bitcoin prices in January was because of the Chinese and South Korean crypto investors cashing out their cryptocurrencies for the celebrations. It has also been expected that the bitcoin prices will rise to $11,000. Experts predict Chinese New Year will bring More Celebration! With the celebration of Chinese New Year in the air, you can also feel it in the soaring prices of the bitcoin among other cryptocurrencies. There is certainly a correlation between Chinese New Year and the prices of cryptos, especially bitcoins. Right from the time, the New Year holidays start approaching, the Chinese and South Koreans indulge in the exchange of bitcoin for fiat currencies. This leads to the prices of bitcoin to drop down. The dip in the bitcoin prices that we experienced in January was certainly a part of the natural bitcoin cycle, in anticipation of the New Year. According to the Chinese New Year , this is the Year of the Dog that begins from February 16. Numerous experts have stated that, due to the frequency of exchange from crypto to fiat currency by bitcoin investors in order to fund their holiday season, it will have a significant effect on the cryptocurrency market. Since 2015, every year, a trend has been set inconspicuously where bitcoin loses its value in January and then in February regains it back. With the price of bitcoin at $9,905 at the time, the New year has definitely begun. Talking about the January month, it was good in the years from 2012 to 2014, whereas the performance of cryptocurrency was somewhat mixed in Fe Continue reading >>

Blockchain And Cryptocurrency Experts To Address Innovation, Investment And Policy At The Dc Blockchain Summit 2018

Blockchain And Cryptocurrency Experts To Address Innovation, Investment And Policy At The Dc Blockchain Summit 2018

Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Experts to Address Innovation, Investment and Policy at the DC Blockchain Summit 2018 Chamber of Digital Commerces third-annual event to be held March 7-8, 2018 Washington, D.C., March 7, 2018 The Chamber of Digital Commerce , the worlds leading trade association representing the digital asset and blockchain industry, today launched its third-annual DC Blockchain Summit in partnership with the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown Universitys McDonough School of Business. With the dramatic rise in public interest in blockchain and cryptocurrencies over the past year, and a climate of uncertainty around the regulatory and policy landscape, this two-day event will help shape the blockchain conversation and define industry priorities for years to come. The DC Blockchain Summit will stream live from the Chambers website starting at 1 pm ET on March 7. This years Summit is set to be our most impactful yet as the rapidly expanding economic potential of this industry is taking shape, said Perianne Boring, founder and president, Chamber of Digital Commerce. We look forward to bringing thought leaders together in Washington to continue to facilitate a dialogue between those at the forefront of this industry, along with the policy makers who have the ability to foster its growth. The Summit brings together industry leaders for timely conversations on market trends and developments, including initial coin offerings, trade and investment in cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and legislative and regulatory issues. This years speakers and panelists include, among many others: U.S. Representative Tom Emmer, Member, Congressional Blockchain Caucus U.S Representative David Schweikert, Co-Chair, Congressional Blockchain Caucus Commissioner B Continue reading >>

These Are The 12 Cryptocurrencies Fintech Experts Say Will Soar By The End Of 2018

These Are The 12 Cryptocurrencies Fintech Experts Say Will Soar By The End Of 2018

These are the 12 cryptocurrencies fintech experts say will soar by the end of 2018 A group of fintech leaders say bitcoin will hit $38,000 by the end of 2018, but its 194% growth will be miniscule compared to rising cryptocurrency stars. Comparison site finder.com.au has just released the results of its March Cryptocurrency Predictions Survey, forecasting how the top 10 by market cap and top two trending cryptocurrencies will perform in 2018. Comparing the forecast market capitalisations, nine experts say the big three bitcoin, bitcoin cash and ethereum will experience modest growth by crypto standards: But of the 12 coins reviewed, by far the biggest forecast came for Dogecoin, the digital currency inspired by the popular Doge meme. It rose 800% from $US0.002 a coin at the start of December , 2017, to $US0.018 a month later, but has settled down again to around $US0.004 this week. Finders experts say it has the potential to rise by 2,920% by December 31. Cardano (ADA) has the second greatest increase in value (+595%) by the end of the year, at 595%. And Ripple could surge by as much as +541% on current levels, they say. The full details of the report, including how the experts came to their conclusions, can be found here . Want to read a more in-depth view on the trends influencing Australian business and the global economy? BI / Research is designed to help executives and industry leaders understand the major challenges and opportunities for industry, technology, strategy and the economy in the future. Sign up for free at research.businessinsider.com.au . Continue reading >>

Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum And Ripple Prices To Soar In Cryptocurrency Boom During 2018, Expertspredict

Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum And Ripple Prices To Soar In Cryptocurrency Boom During 2018, Expertspredict

Bitcoin, LiteCoin, Ethereum and Ripple prices to soar in cryptocurrency boom during 2018, expertspredict Jasper Hamill Wednesday 14 Feb 2018 4:06 pm Are crypto-investors about to cash in all over again? (Picture: (AP Photo/ Kin Cheung) The price of Bitcoin will shoot up by almost 3,000% during 2018, experts have predicted. A group of 13 experts have suggested Bitcoin will be the best performing of all cryptocurrencies this year and could shoot up to a value of $14,928 by March 1 and hit$43,472 by the years end more than four times the $9,200 its currently worth. To make this prediction, the price comparison website finder.com assembled a council of 13 crypto-experts, including financial technology entrepreneurs, Bitcoin investors and financial analysts. The group said Ethereum would experience huge growth, surging by almost 200% this year. Ripple should also show slight growth, although it is expected to drop by 8% by the end of February. Here are all the predictions for 2018 (Chart: Finder.com) If youre looking for a good investment, the experts said you should go forCardano which is predicted to shoot up by more than 1,600%. This is a new type of virtual coin designed to be used in the developing world or any other place where banking systems have proved expensive to install. However, anyone hoping that the rise of the joke currency Dogecoin will continue is in for a disappointment. The analysts said it would plunge by about 5% by the end of 2018. Dramatic pictures from violent anti-Macron protests in Paris Jon Ostler, UK CEO at finder.com, said: Its interesting to see a shared optimism by our panellists, despite the fact that theres been a collective fall in cryptocurrency prices. While we saw the top 10 coins dive by 24 percent last month, our survey shows panellis Continue reading >>

Brave New World For Cryptocurrency Regulation: Expert Take

Brave New World For Cryptocurrency Regulation: Expert Take

Brave New World for Cryptocurrency Regulation: Expert Take In 2018 the SEC and CFTC essentially forced the digital coin companies hand. In our Expert Takes, opinion leaders from inside and outside the crypto industry express their views, share their experience and give professional advice. Expert Takes cover everything from Blockchain technology and ICO funding to taxation, regulation, and cryptocurrency adoption by different sectors of the economy. If you would like to contribute an Expert Take, please email your ideas and CV to [email protected] . Make a note on your calendars - January 2018 was when it all changed. The freewheeling world of cryptocurrency ran headlong into an intractable wall of US regulators. Not that there werent hints of regulatory action in the air. The Securities and Exchange Commission had already shut down two initial coin offerings (ICOs) in December and rolled out a cyber unit with ICOs under its purview, but regulators put down their marker and turned the heat on full blast last month. A Wall Street Journal op-ed by SEC Chair Jay Clayton and Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chair J. Christopher Giancarlo put the industry on notice and that was only the beginning. On Jan. 30, the SEC halted another ICO, the third in the last two months. Separate reports found the CFTC has issued subpoenas to one of the worlds largest cryptocurrency exchanges, created a heightened review process for virtual currencies, and charged a cryptocurrency for allegedly scamming investors out of $6 mln. And, possibly in response to the op-ed, or maybe the half-billion-dollar digital coin theft from a Japanese exchange , Facebook announced it would ban all ads promoting cryptocurrency. On Tuesday Feb. 6 the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Will See A Major Bull Run In 2018, Experts Claim

Bitcoin Will See A Major Bull Run In 2018, Experts Claim

Bitcoin Will See a Major Bull Run in 2018, Experts Claim Bitcoin Will See a Major Bull Run in 2018, Experts Claim The year 2018 has been off to a bad start for all cryptocurrencies. Whereas some people already despair, good things will come to Bitcoin and altcoins. Various experts are convinced all of the top currencies will mount a strong comeback during late 2018. It is always important to keep the bigger picture in mind. Top Crytocurrencies Will Continue to Dominate There is a lot more to cryptocurrency than just the Bitcoin price . Unfortunately, the value of BTC dictates how the rest of the ecosystem will evolve in the coming months and years. Getting rich quick with cryptocurrency may not happen in 2018 as of right now. Even so, industry experts are not too worried about the current bearish market. In fact, one could say the markets are going through their regular volatility as of right now. BRD CMO and Co-founderAaron Lasher comments: The game isnt over, Digital scarcity is a major innovation in money and value, and were in the initial stages of a multi-decade trend towards tokenization of assets. Over the past seven days, all top currencies lost a fair amount of value. Declines range from 11.6% to 15.9%, with Ethereum getting the worst of it. Additionally, over 80% of the top 100 currencies ranked by market cap have decreased in value over the past week. Bitcoin is dragging everything down, as it always has in the past. This trend will not relent until the Bitcoin price effectively recovers the lost ground. This is where things will get interesting later this year. It is not the first time Bitcoin has gone through a lengthy bearish cycle. At one point, the value per BTC dropped by almost 99%. Surviving that proved to be rather easy, hence this current dip doesn Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Price Predictions 2018: Expert Says Cryptocurrency Could Be Valued At $30,000 By End Of Year

Bitcoin Price Predictions 2018: Expert Says Cryptocurrency Could Be Valued At $30,000 By End Of Year

Bitcoin Price Predictions 2018: Expert Says Cryptocurrency Could Be Valued At $30,000 By End of Year Bitcoin could be set for a dramatic rise in value by the end of 2018, founder and chairman of investment firm LDJ Capital, David Drake has predicted. Speaking on the future of the cryptocurrency after the First G20 Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of 2018 , he told Bloomberg that it had been a cold winter. By year end, however, he said bitcoin's pricecould reach$30,000. Cryptocurrencies were high on the G20 agenda, but ministers did not agree on what Bloomberg called a uniform clampdown on the currency. Bitcoin mining is pictured at BitFarms in Sain Hyacinthe, Quebec, on March 19, 2018. Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that works on blockchain technology without a central bank or single administrator. Lars Hagberg/AFP/Getty Images Id say this year is a cryptocurrency Wall Street time and we think cryptocurrency on the bitcoin will be worth $30,000 at the year endit is limited, Drake said. As of 1:05 p.m. EDT March 25, bitcoin's price is around $8,500. See all of the best photos of the week in these slideshows Reports of bitcoin millionaires flooded in as cryptocurrency newbies rushed to get in on the action. Some governments, skeptical of the decentralized digital currency, have put legal restrictions on bitcoin. As well as the G20 meeting, Drake reacted to recent comments made by Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey to U.K. publication The Times . Dorsey predicted bitcoin would overcome problems like scaling and eventually become more important than even the dollar. The world ultimately will have a single currency, the internet will have a single currency. I personally believe that it will be bitcoin, he said. "This would happen over the Continue reading >>

Blockchain And Cryptocurrency Experts To Address Innovation, Investment And Policyat The Dc Blockchain Summit 2018

Blockchain And Cryptocurrency Experts To Address Innovation, Investment And Policyat The Dc Blockchain Summit 2018

Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Experts to Address Innovation, Investment and Policyat the DC Blockchain Summit 2018 Chamber of Digital Commerces third-annual event to be held March 7-8, 2018 WASHINGTON, March 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Chamber of Digital Commerce , the worlds leading trade association representing the digital asset and blockchain industry, today launched its third-annual DC Blockchain Summit in partnership with the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown Universitys McDonough School of Business. With the dramatic rise in public interest in blockchain and cryptocurrencies over the past year, and a climate of uncertainty around the regulatory and policy landscape, this two-day event will help shape the blockchain conversation and define industry priorities for years to come. The DC Blockchain Summit will stream live from the Chambers website starting at 1 pm ET on March 7. This years Summit is set to be our most impactful yet as the rapidly expanding economic potential of this industry is taking shape, said Perianne Boring, founder and president, Chamber of Digital Commerce. We look forward to bringing thought leaders together in Washington to continue to facilitate a dialogue between those at the forefront of this industry, along with the policy makers who have the ability to foster its growth. The Summit brings together industry leaders for timely conversations on market trends and developments, including initial coin offerings, trade and investment in cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and legislative and regulatory issues. This years speakers and panelists include, among many others: U.S. Representative Tom Emmer, Member, Congressional Blockchain Caucus U.S Representative David Schweikert, Co-Chair, Congressional Blockchain Caucus Continue reading >>

Crypto Experts Predict 2018 Bull Run: Bitcoin To $50k, Overall Market Cap To $1 Trln

Crypto Experts Predict 2018 Bull Run: Bitcoin To $50k, Overall Market Cap To $1 Trln

Crypto Experts Predict 2018 Bull Run: Bitcoin To $50k, Overall Market Cap To $1 Trln After a few days of the market dipping and then recovering today, several crypto experts gave favorable predictions about Bitcoin and the overall market to CNBC. Following a volatile few days in the crypto markets this week, with Bitcoin (BTC) dipping below $7000 for the first time since November, 2017, several crypto experts have predicted an overall bull run. Experts told CNBC today, Feb. 7, that the total market cap of all cryptocurrencies could reach $1 trillion and that BTC itself could hit $50,000 by the end of this year. Jamie Burke , CEO at Outlier Ventures , Europes first Blockchain -based incubator, told CNBC that the predicted bull run will be followed by a general settling down of the market: "We believe after February the market will likely go on a bull run comparative if not greater than last year potentially reaching the trillion-dollar mark before a proper crypto winter sets in where the market becomes more focused on proper market fundamentals. Thomas Glucksmann, head of APAC business at Gatecoin , sees regulation, the introduction of institutional capital, and technological advances like the Lightning Network as the main factors in rising cryptocurrency prices. He told CNBC over email: "There is no reason why we couldn't see bitcoin pushing $50,000 by December." Back in April 2017 when BTC reached a former high of $1,300 , Glucksmann had commented on the connection between the price jump and the start of the US Securities and Exchange Commissions (SEC) month-long review of the Winklevoss twins Bitcoin ETF proposal. The joint SEC and The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) hearings held yesterday, Feb. 6, on their roles in the cryptocurrency sphere may have hel Continue reading >>

Here Are The Top 9 Cryptocurrencies Right Now, According To Experts

Here Are The Top 9 Cryptocurrencies Right Now, According To Experts

No one has a crystal ball when it comes to crypto markets. In 2018, it seems as if cryptocurrencies face new challenges almost every day. With SEC regulators breathing down their necks, the future of tokens in the United States is anything but certain. Theres no best stock to put your money on, and the same holds true with cryptocurrency. But if youre looking to take some altcoins for a test drive regardless, check out these expert picks. The second-most valuable digital currency isnt without its issues, but Chris Kline is still a firm believer. The co-founder and COO of BitcoinIRA.com , the worlds first company allowing customers to purchase digital currencies for their IRA and 401(k) retirement accounts, regularly invests in Ethereum. Its good because its high-level language allows developers to create their own smart contracts on distributed autonomous networks. Ripple, says Kline, espouses the goal of creating a financial transaction system free of restrictions, fees and processing delays that are commonly associated with traditional banks. Unlike Bitcoin, Ripple was designed to support the financial system worldwide. Major banks and financial institutions are already using Ripple to make cross-bank and cross-border transactions with greater efficiency and security. Litecoin is often described as the silver to Bitcoins gold, he remarks. Created by an ex-Google employee to make transactions faster, Litecoin takes 2.5 minutes as opposed to 10. It can also handle a higher volume of transactions and has a highermaximum supply than Bitcoin, at 84 million. More coins equals more room for investors, says Kline. When it comes to low-cap rollercoaster coins, MINT is one of the most fun rides youll find, enthuses Jeff Koyen, award-winning entrepreneur and journalist and Pres Continue reading >>

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