• XRP price performance
    Opinion,  Ripple,  XRP

    Despite a huge day, XRP is still digging out of the red this week

    Although XRP has substantially outperformed Bitcoin over the past 24 hours, it’s still flat over the last seven days. Does it have the legs to regain November’s highs?

    The crypto sectors’ eyes were mainly on Bitcoin on Dec. 16, as it smashed records and broke $21,000. But it was also a very good day for XRP, which jumped 24% in just 24 hours after a very long, very bad week, making up almost all of the steep losses it saw in the wake of the Flare Network’s Spark token airdrop on Dec. 12.

  • What's next for bitcoin
    Bitcoin,  Ethereum

    What’s next for Bitcoin?

    Two things could drive Bitcoin’s price up—or down—in the final weeks of 2020

    Bitcoin is now in unchartered territory, and prices have never been this high. But this bull run is different. Institutions are pumping hundreds of millions of dollars into the world’s biggest cryptocurrency—and there’s no sign of this appetite abating. You could argue that the biggest danger to BTC’s dramatic surge is the holiday season, when some traders will start logging off for Christmas and New Years. As weekends often spark volatility in the Bitcoin markets, the low trading volumes mean first cryptocurrency is prone to dramatic surges and painful pullbacks.

  • Crypto swearing opinion
    adblock,  Opinion

    Opinion: Why swear words in professional crypto reports just aren’t good enough

    With institutional investors and everyday investors entering the space for the first time, discussing crypto issues like you’re in a bar with your mates can’t cut it anymore

    The cryptocurrency sector has a language problem. As razor sharp as Ryan Selkis’ analysis may be, it’s quite a sweary read. The word “shit” appears nine times, while “fuck” also gets nine mentions throughout the document. As razor sharp as Ryan Selkis’ analysis may be, it’s quite a sweary read.