• bitcoin hurts Tesla environmental credentials
    Bitcoin,  Politics,  Regulation

    Is Bitcoin endangering the ‘green’ credentials of companies like Tesla?

    Climate-conscious governments and activists are waking up to the fact that BTC is a power-hungry cryptocurrency, which could come back to bite the institutions whose investments are powering its price boom

    BCA Research’s chief global strategist, Peter Berezin, predicted that Bitcoin’s Achilles heel will begin to scare off corporate investors off and cause governments to erect more obstacles to it success. The first to flee will be environmental, social, and governance-focused funds he said, adding that they will shun companies involved with Bitcoin, not just the cryptocurrency itself.

  • interview meltem demirors
    adblock,  Cryptocurrencies,  People

    It’s time for crypto to stop thinking small: An interview with Meltem Demirors

    The outspoken chief strategy officer of CoinShares believes the crypto community has forgotten it willed Bitcoin into reality, worries government-issued stablecoins will kill privacy, and explains why she ‘could give two fucks’ about JPMorgan

    “I think our aspirations are so small. Making Bitcoin institutional? I could give two fucks if JPMorgan cares about Bitcoin. It does nothing for me as a person, and it makes me sad that so many people have made institutional adoption a goal," Demirors said.

  • Altcoins dominate trading
    Alt coins,  Bitcoin,  People

    Altcoins seize the spotlight: BTC takes a tumble, ETH slides

    Starved of attention from its biggest backer in recent days, Dogecoin enjoyed a surge on Wednesday when Elon Musk declared he had bought DOGE for his son. But Cardano ruled the day

    As bitcoin nursed a 3.5% loss and struggled to stay above $45,000, with Ether flat at $1,735, the real gains were to be seen in altcoins with a smaller market cap. Most notably, it was an impressive day for Cardano

  • Cuban crypto bubble coming
    Bitcoin,  People

    Mark Cuban: BTC and ETH are like Amazon and EBay

    The billionaire darling of the dot-com era sees a shakeout coming to crypto just as it did to high-flying internet stocks 20 years ago, with few surviving

    Dot-com billionaire Mark Cuban said that while a few cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether will survive and thrive to become the new Amazons and EBays, most digital assets will burst with a crypto bubble.