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Bitcoin was a bubble. My last prognosis at the beginning of November when Bitcoin (BTC) was at $7,000 was that I would get nervous at $30,000. But I got nervous at $17,500 and bailed. Market verticals are invitations to sell and I’m glad I did. Read Full Story
The finance industry’s attitude to automation and technical innovation resembles the old song lyric: “Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die.” Bank executives love to warn of robots replacing humans across the industry, but basic IT … Read Full Story
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The instutitonal unit of GAIN Capital, GTX has just on-boarded a new seasoned hire in London. The company hired industry veteran Henry Durrant who joins from Mitsubishi UFJ. He is going to assume a Director role in the London office, being responsible for liquidity management. The liquidity management of GTX is tased with the optimization … Continued
Amid chaos and mass complaints, the Russian government may have to “ban Bitcoin” in order to successfully ban Telegram. Telegram Shrugs Off Failed Censorship The ‘solution’ to the seemingly impossible task of stopping Russian users accessing the encrypted messenger app underscores the crude reality of censoring global (and decentralized) networks. That’s according to social media […]
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The new localized service enables the broker member clients to submit any questions or complaints directly in Arabic.
VC firms Andreessen Horowitz and Union Square Ventures reportedly met with the SEC in March to request that tokens be exempted from SEC oversight.