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The Tech Giants That Are Hiring For Blockchain Positions
Investors and analysts remain polarized about where cryptocurrncy prices are headed long-term, but a number of experts agree that the underlying blockchain technology driving bitcoin and other cryptos could be a major economic driver for decades to come. Instead of gambling on cryptocurrency investments, younger, tech-savvy Americans can take the opportunity to learn more about blockchain technology and potentially get
Fintech Investment in Singapore Surges to Record Highs
Fintech investment in China may have taken a breather last year, but over in Singapore, things were a little different. E27, citing a recent report by KPMG, says that investment in Singapore’s burgeoning fintech sector surged last year, posting a final tally of $227 million – a record high for the former colony. In contrast, total investment in Asian fintech
Price Analysis: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Stellar, Ripple, Cardano, Eos, Neo, Litecoin
Price analysis in the cryptomarkets is getting somewhat trickier with each passing day, particularly with a series of external factors like regulatory actions impacting marketing sentiments. designwebjae / PixabayThough early investors in Bitcoin have benefited from the ‘buy and hold’ approach, later entrants have seen the wild price fluctuations in recent weeks as an opportunity to add to their Bitcoin
Litecoin Cash is Coming, But There's Some Controversy About its Legitimacy
Bitcoin has recived the lion’s share of cryptocurrency headlines in the past year, but a handful of popular altcoins have begun to get some major investor support as well. As of Tuesday morning, Litecoin was the sixth largest global cryptocurrency, with a market cap of more than $8.6 billion. The Litecoin Cash Foundation, which is unaffiliated with Litecoin, announced it
New AI-Powered ETF Lets Investors Take Long-Term Approach to Blockchain
Over the long term, most investors would do well to approach a boom in a particular asset class or sector with the utmost suspicion. Volatile markets are the purview of the intraday trader, and long-term investments in a rules-based index fund or ETF have shown much more consistent success in returning profit, especially in the long run. So what can
HK Conglomerate Backs British Healthtech Startup
Healthtech fundraising may have been a little quiet this month, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been some big ones going on in the background. According to their website, British healthtech AI startup Medopad has scored $28 million for the first close of its Series A round. It plans to raise $120 million over the next few months through equity
Uber and Waymo Settle Technology Lawsuit With a $245M Agreement
Uber Technologies has agreed to a surprise settlement over a lawsuit filed against it by Alphabet Inc.'s Waymo, which accused Uber of stealing its self-driving trade secrets. The settlement, which came on the fourth day of the trial between the two companies, includes an agreement by Uber not use Waymo's technology in its self-driving cars. Uber will also give Waymo
A New App Aims to Take the Guesswork and Anxiety Out of Trading
To the novice trader or even some experienced investors, the biggest hurdle in the path of maintaining a trading career is generally the lack of clear or consistent guidance or means of stock discovery. Broker services like robo advisors and charting, analytics or research platforms are a huge boon for traders who know how to read the charts and key
HK Lawmakers Urge Government to Regulate Bitcoin, Follow 'International Trend'
Hong Kong lawmakers are reportedly calling on the government to tightly regulate cryptocurrencies. Why? Partly because its unregulated, partly because of the potential losses, and partly because its…trendy to do so? SCMP: “Bitcoin and many digital currencies are not regulated,” said Christopher Cheung Wah-fung, a Hong Kong legislator for the financial services sector. “They are not regulated by the government
At Senate Hearing on Cryptocurrency, SEC Chairman Hints at the Need For New Legislation
At a Senate committee hearing on cryptocurrencies, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton indicated that the agency could seek new legislation to help enforce oversight of the of the crypto space, including initial coin offerings. Clayton, joined by J. Christopher Giancarlo, chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) at an open session of the Senate's Committee on