By CCN Markets: The stock market is in the silly season when IPOs of companies that have no history of profits are soaring. The last time the stock market saw this behavior was when the dot-com bubble burst in 2000. Frothy IPOs aren’t the only reason for concern. The dot-com bubble stock market was the most expensive market in history. Today, the stock market is at its third most expensive valuation in history. You Can’t Ignore This Sign of a Stock Market Top Why are frothy IPOs a sign of a market top? As valuations get stretched in favorite existing
By CCN.com: MimbleWimble, named after a curse from the Harry Potter book series, is a protocol, much like Bitcoin’s blockchain, that contains improved privacy features derived from multiple technologies, some more established than others. Key components in MimbleWimble are: (a) Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC), which enables private-public key encryption – a way to prove you
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Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage took to a stage in London late last week and delivered the news that his audience didn’t want to hear. A rerun of the 2016 EU referendum could be on the cards. Speaking to a pro-leave audience, Farage was blunt and to the point. “It is now quite possible that
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It is the first time in several days we see small bearish momentum forming in the cryptocurrency markets. Most coins in the top 10 are dealing with small to medium losses over the past 24 hours, which is only to be expected. The EOS price is still going strong as we speak, although this altcoin will not escape the volatility either.
EOS Price Remains Above $ 11.5
Given all of the positive momentum we have seen throughout the cryptocurrency markets in the past week, it is only normal a brief dip looms overhead. These past seven days have been pretty bullish for all cryptocurrencies, even though it is possible today’s brief dip will be bought up pretty quickly in the next few hours.
Holders of cryptocurrency in Indonesia are being warned to sell of their digital assets as Bank Indonesia is set to ban Bitcoin on behalf of the government sometime in 2018.
While everyday individuals are embracing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, a number of national governments are not. Those who trade in digital currency in Indonesia are being warned to sell off what they have due to the fact that the government, acting through Bank Indonesia (BI), is set to ban all forms of cryptocurrency in the upcoming year.