• Chamber Digital Commerce Crypto for Congress
    Cryptocurrencies,  Politics,  Uncategorized

    Seeking a “lightbulb moment” crypto group launches political donation campaign

    The Chamber of Digital Commerce’s Crypto for Congress campaign is sending every member of congress a $50 bitcoin donation

    Comparing the Crypto for Congress campaign donations to “the time Members of Congress received their first email or sent their first Tweet,” the Chamber said its goal is to foster a deeper understanding of this technology’s vast potential, from enabling greater participation in the political process to revolutionizing every industry in our economy.”

  • must reads John McAfee in jail

    Crypto must-reads for June 22, 2020

    These are the crypto stories you should be following now: DVAN index shows bitcoin retreating from $10K; PayPal, Venmo looking at in-app Bitcoin trading, sparking brief BTC bull run; McAfee ghosts crypto

    On a Monday when SEC chairman Jay Clayton’s imminent departure is bringing hope to the Bitcoin ETF masses, the main cryptocurrency is still bouncing up against the $10,000 barrier as the predicted bull run of the third Bitcoin halving hasn’t come yet. Bloomberg cites research suggesting BTC’s strength is declining. That said, Reports that PayPal and Venmo will soon add in-app bitcoin trading was enough to spark a mini rally. And now for something completely different: John McAfee is bringing his own brand of crypto crazy to distributed exchanges with the launch of his Ghost DEX. That’s a predecessor to his forthcoming Ghost privacy coin.

  • Digital assets appeal to 80%
    Cryptocurrencies,  Uncategorized

    Digital assets appeal to 80% of institutional investors, poll reveals

    Hedge funds, financial advisors, and high net worth investors said they appreciate that digital assets are uncorrelated to other asset classes and have high potential upside

    Some four-fifths of institutional investors polled recently by Fidelity Digital Assets said they found the asset class appealing, and more than 60% of them have made a direct purchase. But roadblocks remain.