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Did You Buy XRP When CNBC Told You To? If So, Sorry

Lol @CNBC is showing people how to use the internet to buy Ripple. Literally click-by-click tutorial followed by “that’s how easy it is!” This is so insane. pic.twitter.com/8uzt0YP5Po — Pomp ? (@APompliano) 7 January 2018 Back in January, when crypto was flying high (XRP included), CNBC ran a live news piece on their finance show, Fast Money that was designed to help investors purchase XRP. The show, named Crypto Class: How To Buy Ripple involved CNBC host Brian Kelly present a step by step guide on how to invest in XRP, or Ripple as it was more commonly known prior...

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Coinbases’ Latest Move Is Set To Inspire Institutional Investment

It seems that Coinbase have two major goals at the moment. First of all, they want to list lots of new cryptocurrencies. Secondly, they want to make it easier for large institutions to invest in cryptocurrency. I guess they realise that this is where the money is at, they aren’t far wrong either. Coinbase need to expand their portfolio, yes, they have added a listing for Ethereum Classic, but in terms of altcoins this is not enough. In order to bring more customers in, they need to offer a bigger range of products, it’s the same with any customer focused...

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Why The Future Looks Bright For NEO

NEO, it’s been referred to as the Bitcoin of China and its a crypto project with massive potential. Granted, NEO may be stagnant at the moment and in terms of value, it’s not having the most incredible time. Either way though, the future is bright for this one. At the time of writing, NEO is valued at $15.11, down 19.94%. This current decline in NEO is as a part of the organic market trend, a bear market that is battering crypto at the moment. NEO’s neighbours Dash and Ethereum Classic are down 17.06% and 17.71% respectively, just to give you...

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Ripple Are One Step Closer To Decentralising XRP

One of the big issues surrounding XRP is decentralisation. This is because Ripple, as a company own an awful lot of XRP, and also, until recently, operated the majority of the validator nodes on the XRP blockchain. In essence, Ripple had majority control over the XRP network, which means the currency can’t be decentralised. We have to remember that this is also tied in with XRPs association as a security. If XRP was more decentralised, it could be argued that this case might never have existed against Ripple as a company. As a part of Ripple’s progression and the future...

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ETF’s Won’t Make Bitcoin, Failing FIATs Will

There’s been a MASSIVE 42% increase in visitors to https://t.co/OsFgRFRRZb from Istanbul as the Turkish Lira plummets. This is how Bitcoin takes over the world, not through ETF’s and “HODL”, but through replacing fiat currencies as they fall apart! — Cøbra (@CobraBitcoin) 13 August 2018 ‘Cobra’ the co-owner of Bitcoin.org has published a tweet that suggests Bitcoin.org has seen a 42% increase in web traffic from users in and around Turkey. This, in turn coincides with the recent collapse of the Turkish Lira, a currency that now sits next to the US Dollar at $0.14 per Lira, compared to $0.28...

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