If You Don’t Trust Yourself, These Crypto Vaults Will Help You Hodl Safely
Mar18

If You Don’t Trust Yourself, These Crypto Vaults Will Help You Hodl Safely

Hodling in difficult times has historically proven to be a long-term winning strategy. Keeping your cryptocurrency in your own cold storage is by default a good idea as far as security is concerned. But if you don’t trust yourself to not lose a small hardware device or a piece of paper, then there are alternatives that involve trusting others, for good or bad. Also read: An In-Depth Look at the Multi-Currency Cold Storage Card...

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Devs Debate Using USDC for Collateral After DAI Stablecoin Faces Liquidity Issues
Mar18

Devs Debate Using USDC for Collateral After DAI Stablecoin Faces Liquidity Issues

Since March 12, the Makerdao community has been struggling with the stablecoin DAI which has been over $4 million undercollaterized since the crypto market carnage started. On March 18, the developers plan to auction newly minted maker (MKR) tokens in order to remove the outstanding debt. However, the auction might not be enough and the Makerdao community is debating on adding the stablecoin USDC as collateral. Also read: ETH Price...

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6 Cryptocurrency Exchanges That Don’t Require KYC
Mar18

6 Cryptocurrency Exchanges That Don’t Require KYC

These days, it’s taken as a given that KYC must be endured to trade cryptos on centralized exchanges. In fact, there are still dozens of exchanges you can access without having to risk your personal documents and identity. The following guide examines six such platforms, and considers precautions you should take when using KYC-less crypto exchanges. Also read: BTC Hashrate Follows Price Drop – 20% Lower Before Bitcoin...

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Analysts Question Gold’s Safe Haven Status – 2008 Data Shows Central Banks Oversaturated Bullion Markets
Mar18

Analysts Question Gold’s Safe Haven Status – 2008 Data Shows Central Banks Oversaturated Bullion Markets

After bitcoin prices dropped below the $5K region on Monday morning, gold also slid significantly. It saw a small spike in value after the Federal Reserve announced slashing the benchmark rate by 100 bps, but gold prices subsequently dropped below $1,500 per ounce hours later. The current sentiment has led people to question why gold hasn’t been a safe haven during the economic crisis. However, patterns from history and...

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Cox Maintains That $1 Billion in Piracy Damages is Excessive
Mar18

Cox Maintains That $1 Billion in Piracy Damages is Excessive

Last December, Internet provider Cox Communications lost its legal battle against a group of major record labels. Following a two-week trial, the jury held Cox liable for the copyright infringements of its subscribers, ordering the company to pay $1 billion in damages. Heavily disappointed by the decision, Cox later asked the court to lower the damages. This triggered a scathing response from the music companies, which said that Cox...

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