Don’t Be Misled by Red Herrings – Bitcoin Magazine

In Part One of this treatise, we examined the fundamental relationship between Bitcoin and privacy by going back to the beginning with the whitepaper. In spite of some excellent privacy preserving options  that have been available to users since those early days, we seem to have taken a few wrong turns. But to fix it, …

This Volume Trend Suggests Bitcoin is About to See Massive Volatility

Bitcoin’s recent uptrend appears to be far more than just a fleeting relief rally, as data suggests that it has been driven primarily by retail investors as margin traders flee the market due to the mass liquidations resulting from recent volatility. This coincides with an interesting trend seen while looking towards the cryptocurrency’s daily volume, …

Bitcoin Mining Marches On – Bitcoin Magazine

CoinShares, a New York-based cryptocurrency service that provides advice and other services for investors, released a statement on the state of Bitcoin mining during the global uncertainty caused by the coronavirus, ahead of a planned, more thorough June 2020 mining report. In it, CoinShares’ research director Christopher Bendiksen wrote that the current talk of a …

Why Crypto Investors Withdrawing BTC From Exchanges is Optimistic

New data shows that crypto investors and traders are withdrawing their BTC from cryptocurrency exchanges in record numbers, following the historic Black Thursday collapse in mid-March. While this may initially sound like a bad thing for the market, it has incredibly bullish implications that provide a highly optimistic outlook on Bitcoin’s future. Data Shows Crypto …