1. Nasdaq Believes Cryptocurrencies Has a Role in the Future
  2. Coinbase Offers New Services and Features in Asia and Europe
  3. EOS Boosts Transaction Speed
  4. TRON to Launch DACC’s Artificial Intelligence
  5. Mongolia High on Cryptocurrency Mining
  6. Ripple to Offer Blockchain Technology Scholarship with THUIFR
  7. Saudi and Emirates Pilot Crypto Cross Border Initiative
  8. Bitfury Ventures into Entertainment Industry
  9. South Africa Goes Ahead with ‘Light Regulation’ for Cryptocurrency
  10. SET Eyes Digital Asset Operating Licence
  11. Wyoming’s New Bill Classifies Cryptocurrencies As Money
  12. OECD Report: ICO Has the Potential to Address SME Financing Gap
  13. You Can Use Crypto Cards in Russia
  14. Huobi Makes Re-entry into Japan with FSA License
  15. HSBC Makes $250bn Worth of Payments via DLT
  16. DTR’s Unit-E to Take On Bitcoin
  17. Coinbase Acquires Startup Blockspring
  18. Binance Launches Crypto-to-Fiat Trading Platform
  19. WWF launches blockchain tool for supply chain tracking
  20. Blockstream launches the beta variant of satellite API
  21. Need of the Hour for Cryptocurrencies to Address Security Issues
  22. WWF Australia and BCG Digital Collaboration for a Safer Environment Centres on Blockchain
  23. Mining Company Giga Watt shuts operation
  24. Blockchain Powered Solar Panels
  25. First Tokenized security trading platform launched by Belarus
  26. Euro Exim Bank Reaches Out to 80 Countries Via Ripple
  27. Bitcoin Consumes High Energy
  28. New Zealand exchange Crytopia falls victim to the security breach
  29. Israeli cargo shipping firm utilizing blockchain platform
  30. Bulgarian Crypto Traders Under the Scanner
  31. Malaysian Government Gives Digital Assets and ICO Legal Recognition
  32. Crypto Wallet in Luxury Timepieces
  33. Tim Draper 70 Times Richer After Investing in Bitcoin
  34. Tim Draper 70 Times Richer After Investing in Bitcoin
  35. Thailand Ministry of Finance provides Digital Asset Trading Authorization to Four Firms
  36. University of Bahrain to issue digital certificates through the blockchain
  37. Bitcoin Price Looks South After Witnessing Losses
  38. Seven crypto exchanges to receive license in Japan by FSA
  39. NASA Engineer Believes Blockchain Holds Many Solutions
  40. Dx. Exchange Becomes the First Crypto Exchange to Offer Stock Trading Through Blockchain Technology Based Tokens
  41. The downturn of 15 Percent in Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum in Just a Few Hours
  42. Former SEC Attorney Joins Tron
  43. Cryptocurrencies Intend to Revolutionize the World of Art
  44. Canaan dreams for New York IPO
  45. Blockchain Technology can Make Things Connected through IOT More Secure
  46. Crypto marketplace unpersuasively adds $7 Billion as Bitcoin pull through
  47. Blockchain Taking Islamic Finance to Greater Heights
  48. Bitcoin ETF On Hold Because Of US Government Shutdown
  49. Binance Launchpad Takes Off Smoothly into 2019
  50. Japan’s Financial Regulator Might Approve Crypto ETFs
  51. Witness the Coming Bifurcation of Bitcoin
  52. Bitcoin Bear Market Likely to Continue In 2019 : Chinese Analysts
  53. Cryptocurrency: the impact of awareness in the Market
  54. Crypto Banking revolution is inevitable
  55. Blockchain Technology Improves Distribution of Fuel-Efficient Cook Stoves in Myanmar
  56. Crypto Market Sees Good Gains
  57. Top 5 Cryptocurrency Status in 2018 and Predictions for 2019
  58. Stablecoins May Qualify As Money As Per Texas Financial Regulator
  59. New York Assemblyman Says ‘First’ US Cryptocurrency Task Force To Be Created
  60. Coinbase CEO says ‘Bitcoin Is My First Love’ on Its 10th Birthday
  61. Warning Issued Against Investing in Cryptocurrencies by Indian Police
  62. The Bears Attack the Cryptos Again with Majority of the Top Cryptocurrencies in the Red
  63. Korean Court releases Crypto Exchange Bithumb after sponsor filed a lawsuit for the $355K hack
  64. Cryptocurrency Markets Underwent Tough Phase Before Seeing Green
  65. 14% Chinese have already invested in Cryptocurrencies
  66. ETH rallies to closes gap with under-performing XRP
  67. Top Cryptocurrencies Like Bitcoin Redeemed Itself Again Whereas Dow Had The Worst Week in Decade
  68. An overview of TRX, BSV, and Dash.
  69. Installation of Cryptocurrency ATM machines
  70. This Kid Has Been Begging For A Bitcoin For Over 15000 Tweets
  71. CoinBase is Withdrawing Its Trademark Application- ‘BUIDL’
  72. Ethereum Wallets In Opera Mobiles
  73. Be careful with Robinhood’s new savings bank account?
  74. As Crypto Market Rallies, Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum Register Gains
  75. Zcash Shielded addresses
  76. Big Electronic Company-LG Allegedly Working on Secret Crypto Project
  77. Barclays Rep: Blockchain-based Business Models Should be Created with Legal Compliance
  78. Facebook Looks to Expand Blockchain Group
  79. Bitcoin (BTC) Resumes YTD Down At $3,220, Crypto fall short To Breakout
  80. Crypto Markets see Green, Register Modest Gains
  81. 80% of Bitcoin Addresses Hold Less Than $100: Study
  82. The Netherlands Seeks to Regulate Cryptocurrency Firms to Tackle Money Laundering, Terrorist Funding
  83. Crypto Market Fails to Capitalize on Gains; Bitcoin Drops Below $3,500
  84. SEC Postpones VanEck Bitcoin ETF Decision to February 27, 2019
  85. Hyperledger Committee Confirms New Modular Cryptography Software Library for DLT Development
  86. G20 Countries Agree to Regulate Cryptocurrencies as per FATF Standards
  87. Crypto Bank CEO Found Guilty of Embezzlement of ICO Funds
  88. Amber Baldet supports the needs of enterprises and decentralized blockchain
  89. Hong Kong-based Crypto Exchange Bit-Z starts its XRP-USD Trading pair
  90. Israeli Company introduces Three Cryptocurrency Investment Funds
  91. Italian Securities Watchdog Orders Unauthorized Crypto Companies
  92. Crypto hedge funds closing up shop soon, says Morgan Creek
  93. Recent Stability of Bitcoin makes Fundstrat’s Tom Lee ‘Pleasantly Surprised’
  94. Brazilian Bitcoin Exchange wins in court verdict against Banks
  95. German Finance Regulator Considers International Regulations ‘Desirable’ for ICOs
  96. Canadian Bitcoin Exchange ‘MapleChange’ Hacked, Declares on Twitter
  97. Net Neutrality Killer Ajit Pai Eyeing Blockchain Regulations
  98. Bitfury a Huge European Crypto Mining Firm Considers Going Public
  99. Bitfinex’ Sharp Response on Phantom Tether Trading Volume Reports
  100. Taiwan to formulate ICO Regulations, according to Securities Regulator Chairman
  101. Binance’s Positive Initiative to Eliminate Money Laundering
  102. ING Bank to Introduce Open Source Privacy Improvement Add-On for Blockchains
  103. Most Popular Hacker George Hotz says Bitcoin Cash is the ‘Real Bitcoin’
  104. Bitpay to Provide Stablecoin Support for Merchant Settlement
  105. A Leading Cryptocurrency Exchange OKEx to Support Four Stablecoins at Once
  106. Blockchain Phones aren’t Far Anymore: HTC Exodus to Introduce on October 22
  107. Ex-Coinbase Executive Adam White to join ICE’s Crypto platform Bakkt as COO
  108. Crypto Hacks Caused Around $1 Billion Loss, So Far This Year
  109. XP Investimentos’ Crypto Exchange Won’t Enable Users to Deposit or Withdraw Bitcoin
  110. Roger Ver: Bitcoin.Com May Introduce Its Own Crypto Exchange
  111. CFTC Constraints Harder on Cryptocurrency Scam under Trump’s Administration
  112. Blockchain Startup to Fund British Masters Tournament
  113. Israel Securities Authority Adopts Blockchain to Improve Cybersecurity
  114. Bill Clinton Acknowledged Blockchain’s Immense Potential
  115. Siam Commercial Bank First to Experience Updated Ripplenet’s Multi-hop Payments Feature
  116. Ethereum to Rebound Strongly Towards the End of 2019: Tom Lee
  117. TD Bank to add blockchain and AI Solutions
  118. North Korea Multiplies the Crypto Usage to Refrain from US Sanctions
  119. Cryptocurrency Needs Regulation to Survive
  120. Binance Crypto Exchange Introduces Binance Info 2.0 
  121. Cryptocurrency market drops
  122. Coinbase Introduces Four New GBP Crypto Trading Pairs
  123. U.S. Federal Court Started Using Cryptocurrency For Bail Of Hacker Charged Of Breaking Computer Network
  124. Recent slump not a setback: says the Ethereum founder.
  125. Australia Based Legaler Raises $1.5 Million To Create Blockchain For The Future Of Legal Services
  126. Utility of several top cryptocurrency questionable, says a study.
  127. Sinking Bitcoin Helps Crypto Miners Profit
  128. LuneX a Crypto Based VC Fund Driven by Golden Gate Ventures in South East Asia
  129. What makes the crypto markets “weak”?
  130. The Blockchain Technology Used By West Virginia To Accommodate The Numerous Votes For The Upcoming Midterm Elections
  131. The USA’s Largest Financial Services Market Is To Incorporate The Blockchain Technology To Streamline a Variety Of Sectors
  132. A Lawsuit In China Against Cryptocurrency Exchange “Okcoin” For Declining Certain Bitcoin Cash Related Transaction
  133. Highly prestigious operator in the stock exchange sector to launch a market based on Bitcoin.
  134. Evolution of Blockchain as a Global Phenomenon – The industry has come a long way
  135. XRP Led Cryptocurrency Exchange By AlphaPoint
  136. South Carolina state authorities desist previously enforced regulations on blockchain implementation
  137. HTC and crypto currency: virtual currency in the smart phone market.
  138. Crypto currency: the strife of RBI continues.
  139. United Kingdom set to become the world leader in cryptocurrency industry
  140. Resuscitation of the crypto currency markets.
  141. Cobinhood crypto exchange announces exciting feature promoting crypto-to-fiat transaction
  142. WEX exchange and its spectacular technical goof ups.
  143. Digital currency can take over traditional currency by overcoming Finance sector obstacles
  144. Virtual Currency enters academics
  145. The newest Ripple (Pun intended).
  146. BIS chief makes the headlines by stating the negative impacts of cryptocurrency on economy
  147. India lagging in virtual currency as RBI wins the legal battle.
  148. Ibinex: So far so good.
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
  1. Nasdaq Believes Cryptocurrencies Has a Role in the Future
  2. Coinbase Offers New Services and Features in Asia and Europe
  3. EOS Boosts Transaction Speed
  4. TRON to Launch DACC’s Artificial Intelligence
  5. Mongolia High on Cryptocurrency Mining
  6. Ripple to Offer Blockchain Technology Scholarship with THUIFR
  7. Saudi and Emirates Pilot Crypto Cross Border Initiative
  8. Bitfury Ventures into Entertainment Industry
  9. South Africa Goes Ahead with ‘Light Regulation’ for Cryptocurrency
  10. SET Eyes Digital Asset Operating Licence
  11. Wyoming’s New Bill Classifies Cryptocurrencies As Money
  12. OECD Report: ICO Has the Potential to Address SME Financing Gap
  13. You Can Use Crypto Cards in Russia
  14. Huobi Makes Re-entry into Japan with FSA License
  15. HSBC Makes $250bn Worth of Payments via DLT
  16. DTR’s Unit-E to Take On Bitcoin
  17. Coinbase Acquires Startup Blockspring
  18. Binance Launches Crypto-to-Fiat Trading Platform
  19. WWF launches blockchain tool for supply chain tracking
  20. Blockstream launches the beta variant of satellite API
  21. Need of the Hour for Cryptocurrencies to Address Security Issues
  22. WWF Australia and BCG Digital Collaboration for a Safer Environment Centres on Blockchain
  23. Mining Company Giga Watt shuts operation
  24. Blockchain Powered Solar Panels
  25. First Tokenized security trading platform launched by Belarus
  26. Euro Exim Bank Reaches Out to 80 Countries Via Ripple
  27. Bitcoin Consumes High Energy
  28. New Zealand exchange Crytopia falls victim to the security breach
  29. Israeli cargo shipping firm utilizing blockchain platform
  30. Bulgarian Crypto Traders Under the Scanner
  31. Malaysian Government Gives Digital Assets and ICO Legal Recognition
  32. Crypto Wallet in Luxury Timepieces
  33. Tim Draper 70 Times Richer After Investing in Bitcoin
  34. Tim Draper 70 Times Richer After Investing in Bitcoin
  35. Thailand Ministry of Finance provides Digital Asset Trading Authorization to Four Firms
  36. University of Bahrain to issue digital certificates through the blockchain
  37. Bitcoin Price Looks South After Witnessing Losses
  38. Seven crypto exchanges to receive license in Japan by FSA
  39. NASA Engineer Believes Blockchain Holds Many Solutions
  40. Dx. Exchange Becomes the First Crypto Exchange to Offer Stock Trading Through Blockchain Technology Based Tokens
  41. The downturn of 15 Percent in Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum in Just a Few Hours
  42. Former SEC Attorney Joins Tron
  43. Cryptocurrencies Intend to Revolutionize the World of Art
  44. Canaan dreams for New York IPO
  45. Blockchain Technology can Make Things Connected through IOT More Secure
  46. Crypto marketplace unpersuasively adds $7 Billion as Bitcoin pull through
  47. Blockchain Taking Islamic Finance to Greater Heights
  48. Bitcoin ETF On Hold Because Of US Government Shutdown
  49. Binance Launchpad Takes Off Smoothly into 2019
  50. Japan’s Financial Regulator Might Approve Crypto ETFs
  51. Witness the Coming Bifurcation of Bitcoin
  52. Bitcoin Bear Market Likely to Continue In 2019 : Chinese Analysts
  53. Cryptocurrency: the impact of awareness in the Market
  54. Crypto Banking revolution is inevitable
  55. Blockchain Technology Improves Distribution of Fuel-Efficient Cook Stoves in Myanmar
  56. Crypto Market Sees Good Gains
  57. Top 5 Cryptocurrency Status in 2018 and Predictions for 2019
  58. Stablecoins May Qualify As Money As Per Texas Financial Regulator
  59. New York Assemblyman Says ‘First’ US Cryptocurrency Task Force To Be Created
  60. Coinbase CEO says ‘Bitcoin Is My First Love’ on Its 10th Birthday
  61. Warning Issued Against Investing in Cryptocurrencies by Indian Police
  62. The Bears Attack the Cryptos Again with Majority of the Top Cryptocurrencies in the Red
  63. Korean Court releases Crypto Exchange Bithumb after sponsor filed a lawsuit for the $355K hack
  64. Cryptocurrency Markets Underwent Tough Phase Before Seeing Green
  65. 14% Chinese have already invested in Cryptocurrencies
  66. ETH rallies to closes gap with under-performing XRP
  67. Top Cryptocurrencies Like Bitcoin Redeemed Itself Again Whereas Dow Had The Worst Week in Decade
  68. An overview of TRX, BSV, and Dash.
  69. Installation of Cryptocurrency ATM machines
  70. This Kid Has Been Begging For A Bitcoin For Over 15000 Tweets
  71. CoinBase is Withdrawing Its Trademark Application- ‘BUIDL’
  72. Ethereum Wallets In Opera Mobiles
  73. Be careful with Robinhood’s new savings bank account?
  74. As Crypto Market Rallies, Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum Register Gains
  75. Zcash Shielded addresses
  76. Big Electronic Company-LG Allegedly Working on Secret Crypto Project
  77. Barclays Rep: Blockchain-based Business Models Should be Created with Legal Compliance
  78. Facebook Looks to Expand Blockchain Group
  79. Bitcoin (BTC) Resumes YTD Down At $3,220, Crypto fall short To Breakout
  80. Crypto Markets see Green, Register Modest Gains
  81. 80% of Bitcoin Addresses Hold Less Than $100: Study
  82. The Netherlands Seeks to Regulate Cryptocurrency Firms to Tackle Money Laundering, Terrorist Funding
  83. Crypto Market Fails to Capitalize on Gains; Bitcoin Drops Below $3,500
  84. SEC Postpones VanEck Bitcoin ETF Decision to February 27, 2019
  85. Hyperledger Committee Confirms New Modular Cryptography Software Library for DLT Development
  86. G20 Countries Agree to Regulate Cryptocurrencies as per FATF Standards
  87. Crypto Bank CEO Found Guilty of Embezzlement of ICO Funds
  88. Amber Baldet supports the needs of enterprises and decentralized blockchain
  89. Hong Kong-based Crypto Exchange Bit-Z starts its XRP-USD Trading pair
  90. Israeli Company introduces Three Cryptocurrency Investment Funds
  91. Italian Securities Watchdog Orders Unauthorized Crypto Companies
  92. Crypto hedge funds closing up shop soon, says Morgan Creek
  93. Recent Stability of Bitcoin makes Fundstrat’s Tom Lee ‘Pleasantly Surprised’
  94. Brazilian Bitcoin Exchange wins in court verdict against Banks
  95. German Finance Regulator Considers International Regulations ‘Desirable’ for ICOs
  96. Canadian Bitcoin Exchange ‘MapleChange’ Hacked, Declares on Twitter
  97. Net Neutrality Killer Ajit Pai Eyeing Blockchain Regulations
  98. Bitfury a Huge European Crypto Mining Firm Considers Going Public
  99. Bitfinex’ Sharp Response on Phantom Tether Trading Volume Reports
  100. Taiwan to formulate ICO Regulations, according to Securities Regulator Chairman
  101. Binance’s Positive Initiative to Eliminate Money Laundering
  102. ING Bank to Introduce Open Source Privacy Improvement Add-On for Blockchains
  103. Most Popular Hacker George Hotz says Bitcoin Cash is the ‘Real Bitcoin’
  104. Bitpay to Provide Stablecoin Support for Merchant Settlement
  105. A Leading Cryptocurrency Exchange OKEx to Support Four Stablecoins at Once
  106. Blockchain Phones aren’t Far Anymore: HTC Exodus to Introduce on October 22
  107. Ex-Coinbase Executive Adam White to join ICE’s Crypto platform Bakkt as COO
  108. Crypto Hacks Caused Around $1 Billion Loss, So Far This Year
  109. XP Investimentos’ Crypto Exchange Won’t Enable Users to Deposit or Withdraw Bitcoin
  110. Roger Ver: Bitcoin.Com May Introduce Its Own Crypto Exchange
  111. CFTC Constraints Harder on Cryptocurrency Scam under Trump’s Administration
  112. Blockchain Startup to Fund British Masters Tournament
  113. Israel Securities Authority Adopts Blockchain to Improve Cybersecurity
  114. Bill Clinton Acknowledged Blockchain’s Immense Potential
  115. Siam Commercial Bank First to Experience Updated Ripplenet’s Multi-hop Payments Feature
  116. Ethereum to Rebound Strongly Towards the End of 2019: Tom Lee
  117. TD Bank to add blockchain and AI Solutions
  118. North Korea Multiplies the Crypto Usage to Refrain from US Sanctions
  119. Cryptocurrency Needs Regulation to Survive
  120. Binance Crypto Exchange Introduces Binance Info 2.0 
  121. Cryptocurrency market drops
  122. Coinbase Introduces Four New GBP Crypto Trading Pairs
  123. U.S. Federal Court Started Using Cryptocurrency For Bail Of Hacker Charged Of Breaking Computer Network
  124. Recent slump not a setback: says the Ethereum founder.
  125. Australia Based Legaler Raises $1.5 Million To Create Blockchain For The Future Of Legal Services
  126. Utility of several top cryptocurrency questionable, says a study.
  127. Sinking Bitcoin Helps Crypto Miners Profit
  128. LuneX a Crypto Based VC Fund Driven by Golden Gate Ventures in South East Asia
  129. What makes the crypto markets “weak”?
  130. The Blockchain Technology Used By West Virginia To Accommodate The Numerous Votes For The Upcoming Midterm Elections
  131. The USA’s Largest Financial Services Market Is To Incorporate The Blockchain Technology To Streamline a Variety Of Sectors
  132. A Lawsuit In China Against Cryptocurrency Exchange “Okcoin” For Declining Certain Bitcoin Cash Related Transaction
  133. Highly prestigious operator in the stock exchange sector to launch a market based on Bitcoin.
  134. Evolution of Blockchain as a Global Phenomenon – The industry has come a long way
  135. XRP Led Cryptocurrency Exchange By AlphaPoint
  136. South Carolina state authorities desist previously enforced regulations on blockchain implementation
  137. HTC and crypto currency: virtual currency in the smart phone market.
  138. Crypto currency: the strife of RBI continues.
  139. United Kingdom set to become the world leader in cryptocurrency industry
  140. Resuscitation of the crypto currency markets.
  141. Cobinhood crypto exchange announces exciting feature promoting crypto-to-fiat transaction
  142. WEX exchange and its spectacular technical goof ups.
  143. Digital currency can take over traditional currency by overcoming Finance sector obstacles
  144. Virtual Currency enters academics
  145. The newest Ripple (Pun intended).
  146. BIS chief makes the headlines by stating the negative impacts of cryptocurrency on economy
  147. India lagging in virtual currency as RBI wins the legal battle.
  148. Ibinex: So far so good.
Witness the Coming Bifurcation of Bitcoin

For the past few years, among numerous others, the Bitcoin network has been working with two critically essential ideas related to the asset’s future.

One idea explains the narrative of institutional adoption: This emphasizes the possibility that institutions will start purchasing Bitcoin from an investment point of view.

While the other idea is decentralization: it emphasizes one’s own money related power and the simplicity with which individuals can take an interest in the system at a moderate cost.

While both are vital in their particular ways, taking into account how institutions work, these two ideas will be in conflict.

This should hardly be an issue though. What the world is probably going to see is the bifurcation of bitcoin uses across the world for. This bifurcation would be due to various reason or objectives. Thus it would be important to learn how it can be dealt with.

The Bitcoin Institutionalization
There is this concept present in the traditional economy; it is called the “hard money” thesis. As per this concept, Bitcoin will be perceived as a better form of money due to its money related policies and will be accepted by institutional investors.

However, some portion of institutional adoption is looking past the hidden advantages of the assets, and are looking into whether there’s a hunger for individuals to purchase, sell, hold and trade bitcoin.

Where there is a hunger for financial assets, institutions will provide to the demand. For this situation, the investors will incorporate people.

The challenge institutions face in working with Bitcoin is that finance-related tools for institutions should be dull; institutions hardly custody their resources.

For many years, custody operations have been in the hands of particular institutions of the finance sector. These institutions will hold the assets in custody and perform all the functions that are required in the interest of that specific assets’ owner.

But, in the case of Bitcoin, custodianship is a challenge, not only for the technical reason like the private keys should be secure.

It is operationally sensible for institutions to hold the keys as; very few financial institutions have the expertise in-house; while some do not have the hunger to go against such an intricate process.

Thus, for institutions to get going to play in Bitcoin, these issues should be attended, and they will probably be treated similarly that the monetary institutions usually do; with centralized products and standards.

While there is a restriction to the centralization, and specifically how certain custodians oversee forks, in reality, only a few monetary institutions want to adopt this side of digital assets, at least for a short time.

Many experienced Bitcoiners oppose this centralization from a technical point of view.

There is no point in censorship and resistant money if one is going to institutionalize and centralize it.

As per the story covered in Time magazine, Bitcoin is adding to the freedom of transactions and money as it has enabled individuals to store money far from the government, which hardly trust. If this is exactly what the perspective of people is, then it would not be surprising that the government of those countries wishes to limit its use.

The world has witnessed such controls and restrictions in countries like Zimbabwe and China. For utilization in countries like these, Bitcoin must be decentralized.

Centralized custodians, standard institutions can be impacted by such rules and regulations.

Considering the present situation, it should fundamentally enhance in its usability, especially around key management. It will have to reduce its volatility in the countries that demand censorship resistant money.

Last but not least, we will require a change in perspective towards bitcoin. We will have to see its potential beyond merely a store of value, better than gold.

If Bitcoin accomplishes this perspective, the obvious result is that we would expect bitcoin to hold a dual status across the world.

In nations where individuals have more confidence in the standards of law & regulations and national banks, censorship restriction is less attracting, and hence bitcoin could be viewed as an investible product, much the same as gold.

However, in parts of the world where the people and economy are under harsh rules and regulations, bitcoin might be considered as an illegal form of money or asset. In such cases, there would need to have more emphasis on self-management of wallets and key.

Centralization of bitcoin products and its management is not hazardous. It’s however crucial that bitcoin at its core remains a decentralized, censorship-resistant mode of value exchange and storage.

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Name Price24H (%)
Bitcoin (BTC)
$3,587.52
-0.55%
Ethereum (ETH)
$117.68
-0.91%
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
$133.22
3.65%
XRP (XRP)
$0.316268
-1.03%
Litecoin (LTC)
$32.08
1.04%
Bitcoin Gold (BTG)
$11.17
-1.27%
Bytecoin (BCN)
$0.000615
-1.09%
Bitcoin Diamond (BCD)
$0.78
-0.61%
Cardano (ADA)
$0.043087
-1.37%
Wanchain (WAN)
$0.319320
-4.38%