It’s normal to feel stressed out that you didn’t buy Bitcoin yet (or sold too early)…But, don’t let the Fear of Missing Out on Bitcoin cloud your judgement.
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Bitcoin broke $13k today. At the rate its moving, this might not be news by the time I hit publish. $15k by year’s end is looking doable…. although, that said, 20% – 80% correction is doable as well.
We present a guide to Bitcoin forks including past forks and upcoming Bitcoin forks for 2018 and beyond. This page was written in 2017 but is continuously updated as more forks are announced.
The ruling came in for United States v. Coinbase, Inc. Coinbase must give the IRS data on users who had transactions of over $20k in 2013 – 2015.
After exceeding $11k in a wave of excitement and new adoption, Bitcoin corrected. It has since traded between $9k and $10.9k. This weighed down the altcoin market.
Over the summer Andrew Left reminded the market that GBTC’s premium was substantial and everyone panicked and sold. Let us not repeat that event.
Square (SQ) is a stock to keep an eye on. It recently got downgraded after an analyst essentially concluded that Bitcoin’s recent rise posed risk to Square.
Bitcoin broke the $9k barrier. We discuss some things to watch for based on historic trends and the current market with Bitcoin between $9k – $12k.
Bitcoin did another hard fork, the coin created this time is Bitcoin Diamond. The fork occurred at block height 495866.
Some argue that Bitcoin Cash is “better” than Bitcoin because it often has faster transactions, lower fees, and is more profitable to mine. This argument is however misleading.