Could cryptocurrencies be regulated or stopped?


Around the world, regulators are trying to regulate Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. The reasons are mainly volatility, risk reduction and investor protection. This topic has been discussed for quite some time. But is it possible to ban cryptocurrencies ? Let’s take a look at whether and how they can be regulated. Cryptocurrencies as conventional finance Recently,

Crypto has rules too, and it is good to know them

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It is widely accepted that the crypto market is volatile and often this makes people think that everything in it is pure anarchy, without rules, without supervision and without regulation. This is not true , there are clear rules under which cryptocurrencies can be traded. Let’s take a look at what every trader needs to

The concept of cryptocurrencies is different, but it can give us a different perspective

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Bitcoin has its own concept. One that is incompatible with today’s financial system, and because of this, it is possible to hear completely different opinions about Bitcoin and the financial system that needs to take the next step in its evolution. Let’s take a closer look at Bitcoin and its concept. The concept of money

Difference between proof-of-work and proof-of-stake, which one is better?

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You may have heard two similar terms in the crypto world, proof-of-work and proof-of-stake. These terms are used to distinguish whether or not a cryptocurrency is mined. However, sometimes the distinction between these terms can be confusing. Let’s take a look at what the difference between these terms is. Blockchain It is a known fact

Money needs to evolve like everything else, what is its possible future?

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Money, like everything, evolves over time, and today, more than ever, it is clear that money needs to be transformed into a new form that meets the demands and needs of modern times. Let take a look at what form money could take. Central bank digital currency At the moment, we have money divided into

Week 22 – Overview of fundamentals and markets

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Welcome to our weekly brief. Here you will find what is going on on the markets and what are expected events in week 22. It should help you with jumping back on track.  Fundamentals and expected events: week 22 Crypto markets: Crypto markets are still struggling, lead by Bitcoin, which is currently failing to gain

How is PlatonCoin standing in the environmental impact against BTC


Is PlatonCoin greener than Bitcoin? If you keep up with what’s going on in the crypto world, you will not have missed the drop in the price of Bitcoin, which is, among other things, linked to the ban on BTC mining in China and the announcement by Elon Musk that Tesla will no longer accept

There is plenty of ways how to make passive income, which one is the best?

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There are plenty of ways to make money. As a rule, income could be active and passive. If you rent out an apartment to someone, you may have a passive income as a result. In cryptocurrency, it is also possible to have passive income. Let’s take a look at how passive income can be achieved

Cryptocurrencies are dangerous and for gamblers, or are they?

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Everything in the world is met with criticism or admiration. Cryptocurrencies are no exception. On the one hand, many people admire them and trade with them; on the other hand, there are plenty of critics who will not forgive a snide remark on the side of cryptocurrencies. Let’s see if there is any truth to

Week 20 – Overview of fundamentals and markets

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Welcome to our weekly brief. Here you will find what is going on on the markets and what are expected events in week 20. It should help you with jumping back on track.  Fundamentals and expected events: week 20 Crypto markets:For the first time since the end of April, the market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies

Financial crisis could last until 2030 – why?

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You probably know that we are currently in a time of a global financial downturn, or else, financial crisis. The truth is, however, that this crisis was not entirely caused by the pandemic, but long term circumstances led to it. The pandemic only accelerated everything. Let’s look at why the crisis should have been expected.