Recap | Bitcoin technical analysis, is a pullback on the way? | Binance Chain welcomes a stablecoin | Twitter reacts to Block.one’s plans to launch EOS social network
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Even though bitcoin seems to be poised to pullback on a weekly scale, some of the altcoins could enjoy a spike in their volume taking them to new yearly highs.
Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, prepares to welcome the first stablecoin developed on the Binance Chain (BNB) blockchain while it has begun testing its own.
Bitcoin has gone through a significant bullish movement that has seen its price rise 190 percent since the low of Dec. 15, 2018, when it was trading at $3,130. Now that it recently moved above $9,000, BTC could be preparing for a downturn.
Craig Wright accuses Binance and Tether of funding prostitution and slavery, community backlash ensues
Craig Wright, the controversial Bitcoin SV creator claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto, accused crypto exchange Binance and stablecoin company Tether of funding prostitution and slavery.
Smartwatch users can now receive bitcoin lightning payments in seconds thanks to the new BlueWallet app. Developed by BlueWallet, the app allows users to generate a QR code on their watch which someone else can scan with their smartphone to quickly send them payment over the Lightning Network.
The management at Block.one, the company behind EOS, announced on June 1st that it will launch a blockchain-powered social media platform. Brendan Blumer, the 32-year-old CEO at Block.one, revealed during a presentation in Washington, D.C., that the blockchain-enabled open-source software publisher’s new social media network, called Voice.
Peter McCormack, the host of the “What Bitcoin Did” podcast, has seen increased support from the crypto community in his fight against Craig Wright’s libel lawsuit.
[RESEARCH] Analyzing Bitcoin’s historical dominance over the crypto market, will BTC continue to dominate?
During the last few weeks, many respected analysts have claimed that the bottom is in for bitcoin and the conditions are setting up the market for another “parabolic move,” as Peter Brandt explained.
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