Recap | Is Bitcoin on its way to $10,000? | Ripple partners with second-largest money transfer service MoneyGram
|CryptoSlate||Jun 17, 2019|| 5|
Ripple announced a partnership with MoneyGram, the second-largest money transfer service in the world.
Bitcoin’s surge above $9,000 diverted investor attention away from altcoins with most coins relative to BTC experiencing single-digit losses.
Charles Hoskinson, the CEO of IOHK and co-founder of Ethereum, signed a memorandum of understanding with the minister of education of Georgia and the Free University of Tbilisi to use Cardano and Atala for a blockchain-based credential verification system.
Gitcoin and ConsenSys Labs will host a three-week virtual hackathon called Beyond Blockchain from June 24–July 10.
Bitcoin is back up after a one-week consolidation phase. Today, BTC reached a yearly high of $9,400, and according to several analysts and professional traders, could be preparing for new highs this upcoming week.
Taxes, in and of themselves, can be complex, and throwing your crypto gains on top of it makes things even more challenging. However, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t ways around paying taxes on your Bitcoin gains.
Peter Schiff, the CEO of brokerage firm Euro Pacific Capital, believes Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency will outcompete Bitcoin on stability and fees.
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