Between 29 June and 03 July, the crypto market rose over $40 billion.
The market jumped from $233 billion to $276 billion in just 4 days.
Even the entire top 100 cryptos increased by double digits.
Now you may be thinking, “But that's the nature of crypto markets. what's so special about this?
Well, I'm sure you seen how the crypto market has been steadily bleeding for months now. E... ››› more
The price of Bitcoin soared from $10 to $1,150 back in 2013. Then its value started to crash, falling to less than $200 by the start of this year.
At the moment, one Bitcoin is worth around $236.
So what is going on with the digital currency? Does it have a future?
Let's take a closer look…
At the moment, if you want to use Bitcoin, you buy it with a currency like... ››› more
The price of Bitcoin has had it tough over the last year. But just because the price is down, it doesn't mean that there isn't amazing potential with the digital currency and the technology it uses.
So what is so special about the technology that Bitcoin uses? And how can you get your slice of the action?
Read on to find out…
The special thing about Bitcoin is the blockchain
The t... ››› more
There's no denying that digital currency, bitcoin, has taken the world by storm. Not just as a trading mechanism, but as a viable investment opportunity too.
But many investors are still sceptical about the currency and how it works.
In the infographic below, we reveal the ins and outs of bitcoin including how it works and how you can use it to make serious money in 2015.
To sha... ››› more
By December, we could see the world's first Bitcoin initial public offering (IPO) on the Australian Stock Exchange. This could be the first steps in a wave of other Bitcoin companies listing over the coming years.
So what Bitcoin stocks already have listings? And what stocks look likely to list soon?
Let's take a closer look at what's going on and what this means for Bitcoin…
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The interest in Bitcoin is rapidly growing. In the US this year alone, six new Bitcoin hedge funds have appeared.
So what does this tell us about Bitcoin? Does it indicate that the future is looking good for the digital currency?
Let's take a closer look…
Big investors are ploughing money into Bitcoin funds
The launch of so many Bitcoin hedge funds this year is a very strong indic... ››› more
It shouldn't be long until the first Bitcoin exchange traded fund (ETF), the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, launches in the US. So have you thought about adding some Bitcoin flavour to your retirement fund? This might sound a crazy idea, but many retirement experts advocate up to 10% of your pot in alternative investments. So you could opt for some Bitcoin exposure. Let's take a closer look at whether ... ››› more
By now, you've heard stories of people becoming ‘Bitcoin Millionaires' overnight.
You've also heard stories of people losing fortunes over the virtual currency…
And you might think it has to do with the luck of the draw, but you couldn't be more wrong.
You see, there's a science behind Bitcoin investing. Just the same as with shares, bonds or derivatives…
Think about it.
Wo... ››› more
There are already hundreds of entrepreneurs making money from Bitcoin-related start-ups.
And these start-ups are very popular with venture capitalists.
But there is a time and a place to invest in a Bitcoin start-up.
Let's take a look.
Invest in Bitcoin when it gets past its growing pains
One of the major concerns about Bitcoin is around how to regulate the virtual currency.
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“What is Bitcoin?” one of my readers asked the other day.
Before I answer that question, let me hit you with another question:
Do you like gambling?
Because if you do, Bitcoin is right up your alley.
Basically, Bitcoin is a virtual currency that can buy a range of things from pizzas to houses…
It sounds great at first. You can buy things anywhere in the world, with lower tran... ››› more
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