Tag: the breakdown

Feb 19 2021

Bitcoin Is Now a Trillion-Dollar Asset: Where Do We Go From Here?

Feb 19 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  podcasts the breakdown

The milestone isn’t just psychological, and potentially opens entire new groups of investors who couldn’t participate previously.

Feb 17 2021

Coinbase Trades at a $77B Valuation as BTC Heads Towards a $1T Market Cap

Feb 17 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  podcasts the breakdown

An overview of key news, from a new DeFi Index fund for accredited investors to bitcoin shrugging off growing Treasury yields.

Feb 16 2021

Is $50,000 BTC the Beginning of a Bitcoin Supercycle?

Feb 16 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  bitcoin supercycle podcasts the breakdown

As bitcoin reaches a new milestone all-time high, NLW asks whether we’ve broken out of a traditional halving-based market cycle to something bigger.

Feb 15 2021

The Mainstream Media Narrative Shifts as Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley Come to Bitcoin

Feb 15 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  media podcasts the breakdown

As another wave of major financial institutions announce bitcoin plans, it’s getting harder for the MSM to simply print the same old FUD.

Feb 14 2021

Why Comparing Bitcoin to Visa Doesn’t Make Any Sense

A reading of Nic Carter’s latest essay for CoinDesk on the inappropriateness of comparing the energy consumption of bitcoin and Visa transactions.

Feb 13 2021

Corporate Crypto Makes Government Bans Less Likely

Feb 13 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  podcasts the breakdown

A recap of a swath of news about corporate players coming into the crypto space, and why it could change the landscape of regulation.

Feb 11 2021

Gradually, Then Suddenly: Mastercard, BNY Mellon, Amazon, Twitter Poised to Join the Bitcoin Party

In the wake of Tesla’s big announcement on Monday, a wave of corporate engagement with crypto emerges.

Feb 10 2021

How Nigeria and India Are Dealing With Crypto Bans

Feb 10 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  podcasts the breakdown

Two of the world’s ten most populous countries have or are considering crypto bans: Here’s what it means.

Feb 09 2021

Will Apple Be the Next Fortune 500 to Buy Bitcoin?

Feb 09 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  apple podcasts the breakdown

A new analyst report from the Royal Bank of Canada thinks that with a small investment Apple could disrupt the crypto exchange place and pay for it by buying bitcoin.

Feb 08 2021

Elon Musk Buys Bitcoin: Everything You Need to Know About Tesla’s $1.5B Purchase

The implications of Elon Musk’s purchase on bitcoin’s climate narrative, other Fortune 500 treasury management strategies and more.

Feb 07 2021

Wall Street Is ‘The Hunger Games’ With Suits

Feb 07 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  ben hunt gamestop podcasts the breakdown

A reading of Ben Hunt’s latest essay for Epsilon Theory.

Feb 06 2021

A Bitcoiner Is Now on the Senate Banking Committee

Feb 06 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  cynthia lummis podcasts the breakdown

Wyoming’s Cynthia Lummis – the first U.S. senator to publicly hold bitcoin – has been appointed to the key financial regulatory committee.

Feb 05 2021

Travis Kling: In the Fed Era, There’s No Such Thing as Market Fundamentals

The Ikigai Asset Management investor discusses WallStreetBets, institutional investors and recent bitcoin critiques.

Feb 04 2021

What We Learned About PayPal’s Crypto Strategy This Week

Feb 04 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  paypal podcasts the breakdown

Insights from PayPal’s first quarterly earnings report since launching crypto services.

Feb 03 2021

Michael Saylor’s Mission to Get 1,400 Corporations Into Bitcoin

MicroStrategy is hosting a two-day “Bitcoin for Corporations” event. Here’s what to watch for.

Feb 02 2021

Is This the End of the Reddit Retail Investor Dream?

As GME plummets and traditional financial media turns its attention elsewhere, where does the retail trading insurgency go from here?

Feb 01 2021

Have the Hedge Funds Infiltrated Reddit’s WallStreetBets?

The media keeps saying WallStreetBets is going after silver; WallStreetBets members say it’s a campaign to co-opt and divide them.

Jan 31 2021

What Ray Dalio Really Thinks of Bitcoin

Jan 31 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  bitcoin podcasts ray dalio the breakdown

A reading of Dalio’s first long-form essay on his thoughts about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

Jan 30 2021

GameStop, Robinhood and the Failure of Un-Free Markets

The latest in the saga of WallStreetBets vs the world.

Jan 29 2021

In Retrospect, It Was Inevitable: Elon Musk Pumps Bitcoin to Space

Jan 29 2021 Published at CoinDesk under tags  bitcoin dogecoin elon musk podcasts robinhood

The price action is fun, but the larger significance is about decentralized alternatives to today’s financial system.

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