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Stablecoins

Bitcoin loses to other cryptocurrencies

Stable cryptocurrencies – stable cryptocurrencies whose rates are most often pegged to conventional currencies (these include Tether, USD Coin, Dai and Basecoin, among others) – are better suited for everyday use than larger assets like Bitcoin. But despite this and…

Google

Google will allow bitcoin (BTC) storage

Google has decided to launch its own blockchain direction, and may issue digital cards that support cryptocurrencies. They will also support fiat, which is a common state currency such as dollars or euros. Bill Redi, Google’s commercial president, told Bloomberg.…

Cardano (ADA)

Cardano (ADA) transactions exceeded $5 billion

Last week, while the price of cryptocurrencies was mostly “horizontal,” Cardano (ADA) managed to record an uptrend. According to CoinGecko, the value of ADA, often referred to as a competitor to Ethereum, has risen 30% in the last seven days,…

Bitcoin

When will bitcoin start to rise again?

After the Fed minutes were released last week, bitcoin fell to $40,000 as it was almost certain that the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates earlier than expected. BTC then recovered slightly and rose to $42,000. Although the cryptocurrency rose…