Cryptocurrency cards are the modern way to spend bitcoins for purchases even if the vendor doesn’t accept cryptocurrency directly. However, users worldwide face multiple issues while using these crypto cards, including the inability to pay everywhere, bad customer service, bad exchange rates, high fees, and even closed or frozen accounts with money lost.
A trader on Bitcoin Live, Bob Loukas, released a new video on his YouTube channel on Tuesday April 2, explaining to his followers why he thinks a new 4-year trend for BTC, the leading cryptocurrency by market cap (MC), has started.
A Blockchain and Crypto pioneer, Nick Szabo – many believe that he could be the anonymous developer of Bitcoin (BTC), Satoshi Nakamoto – said that central banks will more than likely turn to digital currencies to support their reserves, while speaking at the Israel Bitcoin Summit at Tel Aviv University on Tuesday, January 8, 2018.
The former Goldman Sachs partner & Galaxy Digital founder, Mike Novogratz, has revealed that he expects crypto to 'flip next year' in an interview conducted by Financial Times on Friday, November 23, 2018. Currently, Bitcoin (BTC) is trading at around $4,300 after facing monthly low.
Tom Lee, the co-founder of Fundstrat, now goes by his reduced 2018-end Bitcoin (BTC) price malnourished target of $15,000, revealing that the rapid fallout from a market collapse in technology stocks is putting a lot of pressure on virtual currencies.
Bitcoin (BTC) prices and trading volume might continue diving, and the latest bear market could continue for more than a year and a half. That's a realistic assessment from Arthur Hayes, CEO of BitMEX, the globe's biggest BTC trading platform.
Since the creation of the first crypto coin, the digital currency market has changed drastically. Some virtual coins have disappeared, while others have evolved with amazing rapidity. For example, Bitcoin dominance is nearly 53% now, with over $112 million market cap.