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Bitcoin at $10,447.20 on Sep 3, 2019
The crypto adoption wave is seemingly unstoppable. Several corporations including #Microsoft do accept #BTC. The latest to join the bandwagon is #PwC, one of the Big Four accounting firms (along with KPMG, Ernst & Young, and Deloitte. #BuyBitcoin: www.forexcrunch.com/...ents/
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) who are one of the worlds biggest auditors have confirmed they will be accepting Bitcoin payments from their customers. The
Litecoin at $65.54 on Sep 2, 2019
Centralized exchanges are critical cogs in the cryptocurrency scene. However, while they are slow with complex user interfaces, #DEXs will be major in coming years. Reasons are obvious and numerous..hacks, anyone? All the same, we shouldn't hide our heads in the sand and assume that adoption will pick up just like that. There is lack of knowledge on specifically how #AtomicSwapping works. #Litecoin #LTC #Bitcoin #BTC: #6234ebff6178" target="_blank" rel="ugc noopener">www.forbes.com/...waps/
Cryptocurrency users will have access to a truly decentralized means of trading crypto through atomic swaps, whilst being able to retain control over their digital assets at all times. Her...
Bitcoin at $10,401.50 on Jul 22, 2019
Whether or not #Bitcoin #BTC is a store of value or a medium of exchange depends, first on whether the community is doing enough to educate the end user. While #LightningNetwork can scale #Bitcoin, retail owners views the coin as a speculative asset, afraid to spend it as #MoE because of its high volatility and Commodity properties. All the same, Square as a point: twitter.com/...68098
Companies whose futures depend on the success of bitcoin should create roles that deal exclusively with making the case for mass adoption to the general public. We go mainstream when bitcoin stops being a community and starts being a necessity. 🌚— Square Crypto (@sqcrypto) July 22, 2019
Bitcoin at $10,587.30 on Jul 20, 2019
#Bitcoin, even after deliberate and sometimes ignorant attacks, will survive. It overcame #China banning cryptocurrency exchanges, it shall outlive #India and well, the world now knows there is an alternative to the "mighty" #USD backed by nothing but "Thin air". At $10.5k, #BTC is fundamentally under-priced, available at a discount.
Bitcoin at $12,665.20 on Jul 9, 2019
Everyone bullish on #BTC,from$3,200 at the depths of last year's winter to just over $14,000 in June 2019. Well, the signals are there. There are many fundamental factors that may propel BTC to new highs. But of course, it would be worth it and very meaningful if #Bitcoin blast past $20,00. twitter.com/...80320
I am so bullish on Bitcoin right now, you probably can't even imagine. I am unable to stop thinking about how Bitcoin will have changed the world 10-20 years from now. The future is going to be AWESOME.— Francis Pouliot ☣️ (@francispouliot_) July 8, 2019
Litecoin at $119.05 on Jul 8, 2019
Tic Toc, it's about time. The impending #Litecoin scarcity shock is a shot in the arm for an already rallying #LTC. Time for $150 and later $180? Halving will see daily emissions slashed by half. Time set for August 5, 2019...On a more catious stand, is it all priced in?
Bitcoin at $11,223.90 on Jul 5, 2019
Think about it, #Bitcoin is freedom money. American Founders agitated for freedom and their distaste for paper money is well known and documented widely. In my view, these champions, assuming we take the time machine, would be #BTC holders in the present day. Here's why: ethereumworldnews.com/...46197
Taking a time-machine, it is easy to conclude that American Founders would likely have been Bitcoin (BTC) holders given their distaste for paper money.
XRP at $0.40 on Jul 3, 2019
MoneyMatch and Kuwait Finance House today announced a strategic collaboration to provide cross-border payments for its customers.
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