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A Practical Guide to Cryptocurrency Security

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Cryptocurrency Security is a daunting topic for crypto holders, but it is an important facet of keeping funds safe from the nefarious characters who prowl cryptocurrency communities. This post is a general guide on cryptocurrency safety for both users of custodial exchanges and non-custodial crypto wallets. General Account Security Be paranoid, particularly with your primary

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The Coming Regulatory Storm

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I remember when news of the SEC action against Ripple hit the internet – the gleeful sputtering of people like Anthony Pompliano and Vitalik Buterin were tweeted and retweeted as the price of XRP unraveled before our eyes. Charles Hoskinson published a YouTube video shortly after, chastising the rest of the Cryptocurrency community, suggesting that

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A Death Toll Measured in Satoshis

If I were an cryptocurrency investor who was trying to determine major driving factors towards crypto adoption by scanning recent articles from digital-asset publications, I might conclude that all forms of conflict, either internal or external, are driving factors towards positive price movements. War, genocide, social collapse, it would seem, are all good for Bitcoin.

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The recent news from China on blockchain adoption is not positive for Bitcoin

On Oct.25, 2019, Chinese President Xi Jinping released a statement that outlined a positive attitude towards blockchain adoption and development. Some analysts credited this statement with the recent spike in the price of BTC. Others believe there was a different primary cause. Positive sentiment from China wouldn’t hurt the price, but whether it is the

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