Bloody Crypto Christmas?… Calm Down. It’s a Correction, Not a Crash

The post Bloody Crypto Christmas?… Calm Down. It’s a Correction, Not a Crash appeared first on CCN You probably woke up this morning to a portfolio streaked in red, and you likely came to the logical conclusion that the market is getting massacred at the moment.  Congratulations, you’d be right.  If you’re a veteran investor,

CBOE Joins Race to List the First Bitcoin ETF, With 6 Filings

The post CBOE Joins Race to List the First Bitcoin ETF, With 6 Filings appeared first on CCN The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) hopes to be the first U.S. exchange to list a Bitcoin ETF, an exchange-traded fund that tracks the price of bitcoin futures contracts. CBOE Files to List Bitcoin ETF According to

Bitcoin Cash Price Takes the Biggest Hit, Down 42% in 24 Hours

The post Bitcoin Cash Price Takes the Biggest Hit, Down 42% in 24 Hours appeared first on CCN Out of the 10 most valuable cryptocurrencies in the market, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has taken the biggest hit on Friday, as Bitcoin Cash price declined by more than 41.8 percent. Even Bitcoin Cash Could Not be Saved

South Korea’s FTC Drops In On Cryptocurrency Exchanges

The South Korean Fair Trade Commission is conducting in-person investigations into 13 of the country’s leading cryptocurrency exchanges. Other government bodies are planning to undertake further measures aimed at protecting citizens who trade in digital assets.

Hacking The Decentralized Revolution: Crisis In Catalonia

“If we are not independent as a country, we will become independent as individuals.” One Ethereum developer thinks delivering the Catalan people a means of independence may hinge upon a decentralized solution from the Ethereum blockchain.

United States 3 Month Bill Yield

The United States 3 Month Bill Yield decreased to 1.34 percent on Friday December 22 from 1.35 percent in the previous trading day. 3 Month Bill Yield in the United States averaged 1.61 percent from 1982 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 13.99 percent in March of 1982 and a record low of