• bitcoin more popular gold Australia
    Cryptocurrencies

    Aussies prefer Bitcoin to gold

    A survey of over 2,000 Australian investors showed that more have invested in crypto assets than have in any precious metal

    Among the investors surveyed, 12.6% have invested in a crypto asset, while only 12.1% of them held an investment in any precious metal. About one third of those cryptocurrency buyers invested in digital assets for the first time following the March 2020 market crash that came with the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the report said. And, half of the new crypto buyers plan to become hodlers, with no intention of selling anytime soon.

  • MicroStrategy $1B BTC buy
    Bitcoin

    MicroStrategy make $1B BTC buy on top of Square, ETF investments

    As Bitcoin crashed, two big corporate buyers doubled down, while investors poured more than a half billion dollars into Canada’s Purpose Bitcoin ETF in just one week

    According to a Feb. 24 announcement, MicroStrategy bought 19,452 BTC for its reserves, worth more than $1 billion. With this addition, the company’s holdings reach a total of 90,531 BTC, or $4.46 billion as of press time. The firm’s CEO, Michael Saylor, said that accumulating Bitcoin is now one of its core objectives.

  • Silvergate capital stock 1000%
    Bitcoin,  Cryptocurrencies

    Crypto Bank Silvergate Capital’s stock up over 1,000%

    The bank, which went public in November 2019 and serves customers like Coinbase and Square, was up 1,300% before a broad tech market downturn yesterday

    Silvergate, one of the first banks to embrace crypto, has been on tear thanks to its decision to accept cryptocurrency customers when no other banks would.

  • crypto top 10 rankings
    Alt coins,  Bitcoin,  Cryptocurrencies,  Ethereum,  Litecoin,  Tether,  XRP

    Crypto’s top 10: Rankings shake-up looms as Ethereum killers make presence felt

    Binance Coin, Polkadot and Cardano are in the ascendancy. Should Ethereum, buckling under the strain of congestion, be worried?

    Back in December 2017, when BTC hit $20,000 for the first time, altcoins such as Bitcoin Cash, XRP and Litecoin were firm favorites in the top five. Tether and Binance Coin were nowhere to be seen among the 20 biggest coins. Some, like Polkadot, didn’t even exist. Fast forward to 2021, and the rundown of the 10 biggest cryptocurrencies by market cap looks very different indeed.