On Jan 11th, RBC's head of cross asset strategy Charlie McElligott wrote of "THE SINGLE-LARGEST MACRO INPUT RISK TO THE BUYSIDE," where he stated that the USD was the most important asset to the direct of the reflation trade and general macro positio
Four months after the dawn of the Trump trade, currency investors worldwide are capitulating.
The lone star state of Texas has always been well-known for its stance on constitutional rights.
Next month, a venture capital firm called Blockchain Capital plans to do something that could change the way companies get funded--and perhaps even the way they operate.
Roger Ver and Tone Vays going head to head on Bitcoin Unlimited vs Segwit
I would encourage everyone to listen to this discussion/debate, as I believe it does really encapsulate most of the discussion and talking points that happens around the net. Also, there's a debate on the second half with someone named Jake, a bitcoi
Contrary to popular media, Bitcoin does not need an ETF to remain relevant or to succeed. An ETF brings a large liquidity pool of money to the digital currency, but Bitcoin was never meant to be confined to rules and regulations. Unsurprisingly, SEC
March 2017 came in like a lion for Bitcoin as, for the first time ever, one Bitcoin sold for more than one ounce of gold. As I write this, the Bitcoin currently in circulation, if sold at current prices, would bring in more than $20 billion US