Many consider Bitcoin to be a type of digital gold - a store of value. In this post, we'll talk about why that's impossible in its current state.
What are Tethers (USDT)? Where do they come from and do they have any other role than pure pumping of bitcoin's price? This and much more in this post.
Did you know Bitfinex explicitly allows wash trading? "So what?" you may be thinking. Well, WT allows volume pumping which pump price! Uh oh!
Spoofy is a single entity (trader or group of traders) on Bitfinex single-handedly pumping and dumping the price of Bitcoin. Here's proof.
A recent report indicates that blockchain can't help with voting and decentralized democracy. But is that really true?
What's more profitable? Mining or investing in cryptocurrency? Let's discuss the types of mining, the potential profits, and the options on offer.
Let's explore Bitcoin's 21 million limit, and discuss how realistic, useful, or practical it is. Spoiler alert: it has the potential to go bad fast.
Charlie Lee bought a large amount of LTC, the coin he created by cloning BTC, when he talked his boss at Coinbase into adding it on the platform. Proof.
An analysis of USDT Tethers and how they're being used by an exchange to wash trade and pump the value of Bitcoin past its realistic worth.