According to data, Tether is currently the third-largest crypto asset in the industry behind BTC, and ETH as XRP finally lost its long-term position.

this article is a mess

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Everledger CEO Leanne Kemp asks whether big business and policy makers are missing the right signals because they are tuned into the wrong frequencies. Could transparency-enabling technologies, such as blockchain, help to separate the facts from the white noise?

everything about this article is cancer. Even the good points it makes end up feeling slimy because of the brainwashed language/smug attitude

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Bitcoin faces a "trilemma," says a leading researcher. Either it becomes more centralized, loses liquidity, or increases supply beyond 21 million.

I fail to see how increasing the supply would stop centralisation. A single player could still corner the market if they tried. It wouldn't be in their interests to do this though seeing as people would likely just move to another network to be safe. ASIC resistance seems a better way to achieve decentralisation. A protocol that randomly changes the proof of work could be interesting. Probably already being done in some projects

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Data shows that $1,000 intraday surges in Bitcoin price often lead to double digit corrections shortly thereafter

congratulations, you discovered Fibonacci level retracements..

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New data from the global social trading and multi-asset brokerage company eToro shows XRP is by far the most popular crypto asset on the platform.

54% of Crypto Traders on Leading Global Exchange Are Retarded*

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We may have the answer to all of the big problems in physics! Or not. My money is on “not”. Marcus du Sautoy, a very smart mathematician and the fellow who occupies the chair for the pu…

Jesus this blogger and comment section are pretty toxic. For those who are wondering if there was any update on this, Eric released the lecture on his youtube channel recently, and also Lex Fridman interviewed him on it and released the interview today https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIAZJNe7YtE

I found this interview far easier to follow in terms of him explaining what each dimension does and what the base components of his hidden variables are etc. Having watched many interviews with Eric on unrelated topics he is clearly very knowledgeable and a deep thinker. In my opinion at this level of depth in coming up with the basic rules of the universe, maths is just as useful or perhaps even more useful than physical training in terms of describing possible hidden variables and manifolds and all that stuff. I would also love to see someone simply write a simulation that simulates this stuff perfectly at a low level, since that simulation may very well perfectly describe the situation too

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Trade in the ever-moving bitcoin market can be extremely stressful for traders and investors as it is highly volatile and never pauses, not even at night. Imagine waking up in the morning only to find a surprise (pleasant or unpleasant). Now that the stats reveal blockchain market size will reach $57 million in 2025, the […]

things that weren't mentioned: trading fees, and that while some strategies work well in some market phases, most of them fail in the long term

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A lack of adequate testing for COVID-19 means only a proportion of cases are being counted in official statistics - making it seem deadlier than it is.

in other news today, the sky is blue and the grass is green

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Bitcoin and Ethereum are two of the most famous cryptocurrencies. And during the fall of the markets, they fall especially loudly.

lol ok boomer. If you measure since December or January they're probably one of the best performing.. they were due to correct this much with or without coronavirus, because they gained way too easily recently.

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Bitcoin’s drop doesn’t disprove the safe-haven argument. It just shows bitcoin is designed to be a safe-haven from a worse storm.

I think you're thinking too short term here. Bitcoin was due a correction, coronavirus or not.

The dollar is quite possibly going to inflate with all the QE that will happen, and that will probably happen pretty rapidly if it does. On the other hand, we might be in for a deflationary period if people are scared to spend.

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