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Bitcoin (BTC) Could Reach $150,000 By December 2018

Bitcoin (BTC) has had a spectacular rally last year but it is far from over yet. The price surged from $800 at the beginning of 2017 and peaked at $20,000 by the end of the year recording a 25x price increase! However, if you look at the weekly logarithmic chart above, you will see that we are not done yet. If you bought Bitcoin (BTC) at the beginning of 2017 and have been holding ever since, there is a high chance that you might be sitting on a jackpot by the end of 2018. Most savvy investors often remark that...

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Ripple (XRP) May Have Room For Further Downside

Ripple (XRP) has been the target of negative news and bias for long but positive impetus in late 2017 pushed the price of a stunning high of $3.65 which surprised most investors. While Ripple (XRP) is a coin with exceptional potential and market value, the price does seem to be overstretched at its current price of $0.81 and may have room for further downside. Ripple (XRP) also has to reach the bottom of the channel yet as can be seen in its movement against Bitcoin (BTC) on the XRP/BTC chart. The cryptocurrency recovered rapidly at early signs of a trend...

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Is IOTA (MIOTA) Really A Blockchain Challenger?

IOTA (MIOTA) rose to prominence in the crypto community as a blockchain challenger. The cofounders of IOTA (MIOTA) came up with a mathematical solution to do what the blockchain does and called it Tangle. The concept they use is called Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAG). This directly eliminates the need for miners as each node in the tangle verifies two previous transactions. It also means that the more transactions and users on the platform, the higher the transaction speed and network growth. In addition to that, there are no transaction fees on IOTA (MIOTA). IOTA (MIOTA) has partnered with Samsung and...

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VeChain (VEN) Could Be The Ethereum Of Business

Many of us know VeChain (VEN) as the coin that regularly makes double digits gains and has almost recovered its losses following the recent correction, but what does it actually do? VeChain (VEN) can be rightly called as the Ethereum of business for its ability to bring transparency and oversight to business operations at every step from manufacturing to supply chain management. This is achieved with the help of its cutting edge technology that uses RFID tags and sensors to track products through smartphones and computers. The whole process is completely decentralized and data is recorded on VeChain blockchain for...

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Ethereum (ETH) Infighting Might Lead To Critical Hard Fork

Ethereum (ETH) has been the face of bad news recently. The most recent issue was that of its Batch Overflow bug which resulted in most exchanges suspending deposits and withdrawals for ERC20 tokens. This led to some heated debates in the crypto community and also exposed a serious lack of coordination and deep disagreements among Ethereum developers. The most recent of these disagreements is over the EIP999 code which would result in the return of $264 million in lost funds. Of course, these funds will not be recovered but instead more Ethereum (ETH) will be printed by tampering the code....

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