• Robinhood 700% growth female crypto traders
    Cryptocurrencies

    Robinhood Crypto: 700% growth in female traders in 2021 alone

    Though still underrepresented, the stock and crypto exchange said 40% of its female customers trade cryptocurrencies

    Noting that a recent study cited in the Wall Street Journal found that women make up less than 25 percent of deposits into US brokerage accounts, Robinhood added, “we’re excited by the potential of cryptocurrency to help democratize finance for all.”

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    Hodl on! After being held 3 months, Bitcoins are rarely sold again

    Data revealed by on-chain analysis revealed that nearly all those who acquired Bitcoin have held it for at least 90 days—and most only sell in volatile bull markets

    In its research, Glassnode divided Bitcoin owners between long-term holders who own coins more than 155 days old, and short-term holders owning coins younger than that. The firm discovered that “once a coin passes our 155 day threshold to become a LTH held coin, it is increasingly unlikely to be spent on a statistical basis, often only coming back to life during volatility and at higher prices in bullish markets.”

  • $40B stimulus money Bitcoin
    Bitcoin

    $40B of stimulus money headed to Bitcoin: Report

    A study predicts that more than 10% of the money distributed to United States citizens in $1,400 stimulus checks could end up invested in Bitcoin

    Nearly 40% expect to invest a portion of it in stocks or Bitcoin. The respondents also showed a preference for Bitcoin over stocks. Saying that Bitcoin could swallow as much as 60% of those investments, Dolan noting, "We calculate it could add as much as 2-3% to Bitcoin's current $1.1 trillion market value.”

  • WisdomTree Bitcoin ETF
    Bitcoin,  Regulation

    WisdomTree joins Bitcoin ETF race

    The exchange-traded fund provider is the fifth firm this year to file for U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission permission to launch a Bitcoin ETF

    WisdomTree has joined a competitive race to be the first United States company to launch such a product on the local market. Other contenders include VanEck, which filed on Dec. 30, Valkyrie on Jan. 22, and Bitwise Asset Management and New York Digital Investment Group (NYDIG) in February. Recent rumors say investment bank giant Goldman Sachs could soon join them.