With all the fanfare of a new public IPO, Robinhood has gone live today on the NASDAQ under the ticker $HOOD.
Month: July 2021
It does come as somewhat of a surprise that the very politician who stood against the big banks and Big Tech when campaigning for the 2020 elections would emerge as an opponent of cryptocurrencies, but here we are.
All at once, the crypto bull run is back in play. Markets have shoved aside fresh tether FUD this morning, as bitcoin breaks through the upper bound of $40,000.
Meme coins have exploded in 2021 following Elon Musk’s Twitter “love affair” with Dogecoin, which helped the meme-themed cryptocurrency to record several thousand percent gains at the start of the years.
The penultimate scene of Braveheart with Mel Gibson never really made sense to me.
I’m not gonna lie to you. Bitcoin’s chart looks really ugly at the moment.
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Are central banks scared of cryptocurrencies?
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The idea was simple, to bridge the gap between the old and new using the power of technology, and what better way to do that than with a commemorative NFT?