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Bitcoin

The World Bank wants no part in El Salvador’s Bitcoin

The World Bank has refused to assist El Salvador with integrating Bitcoin into its financial infrastructure, a report on Reuters said today. The Central American country made history last week as it passed a bill making Bitcoin legal tender. However, since then, several authorities, including the IMF, have poured cold water on the idea. With […]Read More

Bitcoin

Scaramucci says Bitcoin is changing the world as Copernicus did

Anthony Scaramucci appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box to talk Bitcoin. In doing so, he said, the world is changing when it comes to money. To illustrate the significance of this, he compared Bitcoin’s takeover of finance to the publishing of Copernicus’s heliocentric theory. “It was 1500 something when Copernicus said we may be revolving around […]Read More

Market

All Over the World, Small Investors Jump Into the GameStop

The world is watching U.S. markets with great interest, and more than a little FOMO, as Reddit investors continue to test their might against Wall Street. It all started when retail investors on the Reddit community wallstreetbets began pumping the price of U.S. video game retailer GameStop’s (GME) stock to counter Wall Street hedge funds […]Read More

Regulation

World Economic Forum to host cryptocurrency discussions at Davos this

The International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation has been vocal about its stance on the burgeoning crypto market. And it’s now discussing it more formally. WEF discusses crypto This week will see two cryptocurrency events take place between officials of the World Economic Forum, the international commerce think tank, as part of the high-profile Davos meeting. […]Read More

Bitcoin

Bitcoin is now worth half of all silver in the

With a market cap of almost $780 billion, Bitcoin is currently worth half of all the silver that has ever been mined. According to data from Infinite Market Cap, Bitcoin has also surpassed tech giants Facebook, Tencent, and Alibaba in terms of market cap, as well as Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. Facebook, Tencent, Alibaba dethroned […]Read More