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Bitfinex recently moved toward “Tether neutrality,” breaking its special bond with Tether (wherein it was the most reliable way to redeem USDT for USD) and in turn, Tether, with nearly $ 2 billion it outstanding units, had to re-establish direct redemption for USDT holders to USD. Those still wanting to use the Bitfinex method will have
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Blockchain ‘networks’ are built to always be improved. It’s an essential part of running a cryptocurrency project. Networks need space to grow and they need to be able to be built upon. Ripple have very recently flourished in some of the fruits of their own labour very recently, as it is becoming seemingly more apparent just how powerful the Ripple network is, in ensuring that XRP transactions can be made at super high volumes, with very low fees, in record breaking time.
If this weekly chart for BTC/USD did not have any labels, or if it displayed the period till August only, most of you would have mistaken it for the current chart of Bitcoin (BTC). Why do you think that is? The answer is simple. History may not repeat but it does rhyme. No wonder the price action for BTC/USD in 2014-15 appears to be a carbon copy of the current price action. On closer inspection, you might be able to tell a few differences, but nothing significant.
Digipulse, a Latvian startup offering “crypto-inheritance” services, has decided to completely detokenize its business. Only two of its clients signed up on the platform using its native tokens. The team also says it doesn’t like to rely on price speculation but wants to create value with its service.
Creating Value Rather Than Speculating
The young Latvian company that news.Bitcoin.com reported on recently, Digipulse, has announced a decision that’s not very typical for ambitious startups in the crypto space but on the other hand, it makes perfect sense, given the circumstances. Company CEO Normund Kvilis has just explained in a blog post why the team wants to completely detokenize its business model.
While the US government figures out exactly how to handle Bitcoin and the volatile cryptocurrency market, Brian Quintenz, a commissioner with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, suggests crypto companies should start regulating themselves.
With the likes of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others, there are plenty of solid options for savvy investors who do their own research in the cryptocurrency market. On the flip side, however, exists a wealth of fraudulent scams, Ponzi schemes, and incompetent projects — regularly making off with inexperienced investors’ hard-earned cash.