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Ethereum (ETH) Disputations, Code Isn’t Law Insists Vlad

Ethereum prices stable but bullish Code is Law a misnomer insists Vlad Zamfir of Casper Labs Transaction volumes low but poised to expand as prices expand After penning an article critiquing Szabo’s law, Vlad is clearly of the opinion that there ought to be an element of human participation within the Ethereum governance model. Nonetheless, Ethereum (ETH) prices are stable, and after three days of consolidation, it is likely that prices will edge higher with targets at $170. Ethereum Price Analysis Fundamentals Public blockchains are inherently fractious and often factions sprout disagreeing on improvements, upgrades or even a fruitful push for equal representation. We saw that happen with Bitcoin Cash when contentious led to a split creating two chains in SV and ABC. However, it is the current flame-throwing and uncomfortable topic of how best to deal with Parity Funds that is reviving the discussion on which governance model best suits Ethereum. As fractious and heated the atmosphere, well-articulated arguments from Vlad Zamfir is shedding light on the apparent lack of effective controls and human participation within Ethereum and the tendency towards adherence of Szabo’s law. Drumming for pro-governance, Vlad is against the idea of protocol improvements or changes on the ground of technical maintenance as stipulated by Szabo. He argues that the perception that code is law is a misnomer and “too radically anti-legal to be part of a sensible crypto legal system.” All the same, his beliefs are against what blockchain represents—autonomy. As a network, it should operate free from third parties—in this case, government, even if solutions riding on these networks seem to go against the incumbent and disrupt the status quo. Candlestick Arrangement Up 3.5 percent from last week’s close and stable in the past 24 hours, Ethereum (ETH) is trading within a tight trade range. With clear supports at $135 and trading within a clear bullish breakout pattern set in motion by Mar 4-5 double bar bullish breakout, the path of least resistance is clear. Already, increasing demand and positive fundamentals—especially Joseph Lubin’s comments—indicate there is an undervaluation. However, before conservative traders flow in, prices must first close above $170. It is likely that prices will rally in the short-term now that BB bands are spreading and prices appear to be banding along the upper BB pointing to increasing demand. Technical Indicator Since Ethereum (ETH) prices are trading inside Mar 15-16 bull bars, then is imperative that prices close above $150 or dip below $135 as price action confirm bulls of Mar 5 or bears flow affirming those of Feb 24. In any case, accompanying transaction volumes must be above averages of 230k or above 300k of Mar 5. Ethereum (ETH) Disputations, Code Isn’t Law Insists Vlad was last modified: March 20th, 2019 by Dalmas NgetichThe post Ethereum (ETH) Disputations, Code Isn’t Law Insists Vlad appeared first on NewsBTC.

Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH Bliss, $170 The Only Obstacle To $360.

Latest Ethereum (ETH) News Craig Wright has his reasons to doubt Ethereum’s goals. The super computer talks and smart contracts and the ICO launching platform did differentiate ETH as a token and Ethereum as a platform driving its value to spot levels. Backed by dedicated developers–most working pro-bono, projects find this network irresistible despite current limitations. Read: Vitalik Buterin Compares Bitcoin and Ethereum: BTC is like a Calculator, ETH is like a Smartphone Scalability is a challenge and will remain so as long as it remains decentralized with no compromise designed to accelerate speed. Through Constantinople, the network is working towards achieving an amicable yet practical solution towards Serenity. At that last stage, like the Voltaire in Cardano, Ethereum will be scalable, have a better VM and most importantly, the throughput would be in millions if not billions. However, in the path towards this dream, sacrifices must be made. Miners did their part and through EIP 1234, thirding was executed while simultaneously pushing the difficulty bomb for another year. Thirding is a way to reducing ETH inflation, drawing demand during the ice age as the network intrinsically discourage mining in preparation for Casper. Also Read: Controversial Craig Wright Has the Technology to Make ZCash and Monero Completely Traceable Constantinople was a success and another proposal now is the drastic slashing of GAS fees. Payable in ETH, all transactions within the network is charged. Eric Conner (who is building ETHHub) proposes reduction of GAS fees by 90 percent eliminating the need of auctioning which he says is a source of frustration. ETH/USD Price Analysis At the time of press, Ethereum (ETH) prices are stable. Perched at second place with a market cap of $14,430 million, ETH is widening its gap with XRP meaning Constantinople has had an effect on price. This was expected and as mentioned in our last price piece, ETH bulls are in control as long as prices are maintained above $135. Ceilings remain at $170 but unless there is a rally above this mark, risk-averse traders should stay on the sidelines until after our trade conditions are meant. The arena is open for aggressive traders who should fine tune entries in lower time frames with reasonable target at $170. Trend and Candlestick Arrangement: Short-term Bullish, Bear Breakout Pattern In the short-term, buyers appear to be in control. However, when we take a snapshot of price action from a top down approach, Ethereum (ETH) bears are in control. Worse still, prices are within a bear breakout pattern with clear resistance at $170. The level is a strong obstacle for bulls and as previous support now resistance, the demand for ETH must be high to force a close above $170 invalidating the possible retest and the bear breakout pattern of mid-Nov 2018. If not and for a second time this year bulls fail to close above $170 and instead prices recoil with an accompanying bear bar, ETH prices could collapse below $150, $100 and last year’s lows of $70. Volumes: Increasing but Bullish Recent higher highs may be pumps of a retest phase as mentioned above. We cannot be conclusive until after prices close above $170. All we know is that the volumes of week ending Nov 25—6 million versus 2.1 million, influences our ETH/USD price action. Visibly, participation has been dropping until recently when volumes began rising as prices edged higher. With weekly averages of around 2.1 million, we need a sharp uptick above 6.5 million as ETH prices expand above $170 reversing losses of late Nov 2018. All charts courtesy of Trading View This is not investment advice. Do your research. The post Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH Bliss, $170 The Only Obstacle To $360. appeared first on Ethereum World News.
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Constantinople Not enough, Addressing Ethereum Gas Fees A Top Priority

By all standards, Ethereum is an improvement of Bitcoin. It remains an open source ledger infused with decentralized controls supporting general computing as well as digital economic activities. underpinning Ethereum capabilities is the ability to create highly programmable programs, smart contracts, that are flexible, running as programmed without downtime. Because of this, products and services can be built and deployed on this decentralized network with the knowledge that they will remain tamper proof and secured by the swarms of global computers with the only expenditure being a small fee payable to miners, incurring a social cost to the network as a whole. Aside from the economic abstraction question, Ether (ETH) is the only currency acceptable in the network. Like Bitcoin, Ether possess three key properties—it can be a store of value, a medium of exchange—as an extended functionality of Bitcoin since it is programmable and lastly it is a unit of account. Constantinople and EIP 1014: Skinny CREATE2 The last optimization upgrade saw Ethereum moving closer to Casper FFG after the successful activation of Constantinople. By incorporating approved proposals, a major takeaway was Thirding where miner rewards were slashed from three to two via EIP 1234 and CREATE 2 via EIP 1014—a proposal by Vitalik allowing for Ethereum smart contracts to interact with third party programs. It is summarized as follows: “Allows interactions to (actually or counterfactually in channels) be made with addresses that do not exist yet on-chain but can be relied on to only possibly eventually contain code that has been created by a particular piece of init code. Important for state-channel use cases that involve counterfactual interactions with contracts.” Address Gas Fees, Conner’s Proposal However, according to Eric Conner, these optimizations are not enough. Through EIP 1559, he is proposing the scrapping of the existing auctioning model–first price auction, believing that it is “a major source of frustration” and an obstacle for full interaction and adoption of Ethereum. Although we must acknowledge that GAS fees are charged in all blockchain network to prevent Sybil attacks, a change is necessary because the network is increasingly becoming popular and some users are reporting difficulty in estimating gas fees. Coupled by their propensity of paying minimum for every transaction, their transactions are sometimes binned by miners always prioritizing transactions where initiators are willing to pay a premium for processing. What users Stand to Benefit These are pain points that need to be addressed as fast as possible. Accordingly, he is proposing a new auctioning model where the existing model is slightly adjusted “so that users submit bids as normal, then everyone pays only the lowest bid that was included in the block.” The introduction of base fees and miner tips will reduce inefficiencies and when infused with Vitalik’s proposal draws high reliability allowing wallets to automatically set gas fees regardless of network’s activity. Base fees amount varies according to demand bringing value to ETH. To stem manipulation, these base fees are destroyed as they are “burnable”. In his proposal, miners will benefit from tips. If this new fee system is incorporated, Eric lists the following benefits that users will set to draw: Save up to 90% of transaction costs Greatly improve user experience by automating the fee bidding system Provide a predictable fee system for advanced users Reduce unexpected wait times for transaction confirmations Allow users to still “jump” the line when network is congested Disincentive selfish mining even if fees dominate rewards Enshrine the economic value of ETH at the protocol level Do you think Conner’s system will be taken into consideration? Let us know in the comment section below. The post Constantinople Not enough, Addressing Ethereum Gas Fees A Top Priority appeared first on Ethereum World News.
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Nordea Bank Faces Allegations of Laundering Russian Millions

Finnish public broadcaster YLE will air a damning program on March 4 that reveals Nordea Bank’s alleged involvement in a multi-million-dollar money laundering scheme. The program will show how dirty money, mostly from Russian criminals, passed through Nordea, the biggest lender in the Nordic region. Also read: Startup Company Sets Up Bitcoin ATM in Botswana YLE to Broadcast ‘Big Information Leak’ on Money Laundering Nordic financial authorities indicated in October that they had received documents from Bill Browder’s Hermitage Capital Management alleging Nordea had breached anti-money laundering laws. YLE has now said on its website it will broadcast a program on Monday afternoon revealing how Nordea allegedly became a conduit of hundreds of millions of euros of mostly dirty Russian money. Nordea’s chief executive officer Casper von Koskull will also participate in another YLE program covering money laundering late Monday night. Shares of Nordea tumbled 6.5 percent on the news, as fretful investors sold off their stake in banks thought to be connected to the scandal. According to a Bloomberg report, the bank has said it “is aware of the media story and has been in dialogue” with YLE and the Danish newspaper Berlingske, which also intends to publish the laundering report later on March 4. A spokesperson for Nordea told the agency: We have not yet seen the program or article. Based on what we have been invited to comment on, these are all issues that we have seen and commented on before and are therefore in line with previous statements made on AML issues. Europe’s Biggest Banks Hubs for Illicit Financial Flows The latest report, which comes at a time when Nordea’s Nordic contemporaries such as Swedbank and Danske Bank have both faced allegations relating to a money-laundering scandal in Estonia, adds weight to the theory that banks are at the forefront of fueling illicit financial flows. Although various analysts have blamed cryptocurrencies for driving money-laundering, terrorism and other crimes, due to their semi-anonymous nature, research has shown that most financial institutions in developed countries are – in one way or another – involved in money-laundering. reported last mont that Switzerland’s largest bank, UBS, was fined 3.7 billion euros ($4.2 billion) for money laundering, while Denmark’s largest bank was forced to terminate its operations in Estonia following the unearthing of a $226 billion scandal. In October, anti-money laundering experts Fortytwo Data released a survey which revealed that almost all of Europe’s biggest banks have been sanctioned for money laundering offences over the past decade. The research firm established that at least 18 of the 20 biggest banks in Europe, including five UK institutions, were slapped with various multi-million dollar fines for violations relating to money laundering. All 10 of Europe’s biggest banks, including HSBC, Barclays, BNP Paribas, Société Générale and Santander have fallen foul of anti-money laundering authorities, while recent crises at the likes of ING, Danske Bank and Deutsche Bank “only reinforce this impression, demonstrating how no bank is immune to money laundering sanctions, no matter how large,” said Fortytwo Data. A report in the New York Times recently noted that French banking giant BNP Paribas in 2014 pleaded guilty and paid a $8.9 billion fine for processing billions of dollars’ worth of transactions for companies in countries under United States economic sanctions. Federal prosecutors said BNP Paribas had “banked on never being held to account for its criminal support of countries and entities engaged in acts of terrorism and other atrocities.” Two years earlier, HSBC consented to a deferred prosecution settlement with the U.S. Justice Department and forfeited $1.3 billion for failing to maintain controls that would have prevented drug dealers from laundering hundreds of millions of dollars. Although cryptocurrencies, which can be used as money without the backing of any central bank, have had their share of scandals, the malfeasance they are embroiled in is minuscule compared to traditional banks. What do you think about banks being involved in money laundering? Let us know in the comments section below. Images courtesy of Shutterstock. Express yourself freely at’s user forums. We don’t censor on political grounds. Check The post Nordea Bank Faces Allegations of Laundering Russian Millions appeared first on Bitcoin News.
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The Team of ConsenSys PegaSys Releases the Pantheon Enterprise Ethereum Client

If you are looking to enjoy high-speed transaction while on the Ethereum blockchain you don’t have to wait for Casper. One of the largest workshops that are present for the blockchain technology, ConsenSys, has just gone ahead to release a very new client that is specifically geared to the facilitation of commercial and enterprise adoption. […]
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Ethereum [ETH]: Projects trying to use Casper will never deliver, says Pyrofex’s Nash Foster

Nash Foster, CEO and Co-founder of Pyrofex corporation, recently claimed that Ethereum and RChain’s Casper proof-of -stake [PoS] consensus mechanism failed to address an important aspect of the protocol called ‘liveness.’ He further contended that Pyrofex developed a better consensus protocol than the Ethereum network. According to Foster, CDelta [leveraging consensus algorithm Casanova], which will initially be dedicated for settling transactional payments, is scalable even without second layer solutions. In a recent interview with a crypto and blockchain portal Incenti News, Foster explained, “Casper’s problem is that it’s quite easy for the mechanism to get stuck. It’s like a kid who can’t decide between chocolate and vanilla ice cream and goes back and forth perseverating over which one it wants. Now, in the analogy, your mom eventually yells at you to make up your mind, but in the blockchain, there is no ‘mom’ to do that and the Casper mechanism can get stuck.” Liveness basically implies that a network is able to come to a consensus regarding an executed transaction, even when the network is broken. The research team of Pyrofex published a paper based on a consensus algorithm called Casanova, calling it superior to Ethereum’s Casper protocol and describing it as ‘scalable, safe, and reliable’ in real-world conditions. Talking about the consequences if the protocol was not revamped, Foster stated that reliable networks riding on the protocol will become difficult. He also said that the network will work for some time before breaking down. The CEO further stated, “I think the result will be that projects trying to use Casper will never deliver. They’ll keep trying and trying and never be able to make something that works well enough to launch it. And of course, that’s what we have seen so far. So, this shouldn’t be very controversial.” The post Ethereum [ETH]: Projects trying to use Casper will never deliver, says Pyrofex’s Nash Foster appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Crypto Exchanges Under Fire: DragonEx Hacked, Coinbene Undergoes Sudden Maintenance

Singapore Exchange Loses A Mass Of Crypto Exchanges haven’t had the best start to 2019. Sure, Binance has been doing A-OK with its initial exchange offering (IEO) model, with its resident token rallying past $17, but lesser-known crypto platforms have been suffering. Earlier this year, QuadrigaCX was revealed to have ‘lost’ access to over $150 million worth of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other assets, as Cryptopia suffered a devastating hack. This facet of the industry’s misfortune has continued, unfortunately enough. According to CoinDesk, DragonEx, a Singapore-based exchange, was hacked. The company announced this unfortunate happening via its Telegram channel, in which DragonEx’s PR staff claimed that funds of users and the platform itself were “transferred and stolen.” DragonEx has yet to divulge the exact details of the crypto assets stolen, including the type and the nominal value. However, the company did post the addresses of the assumed hackers, of which there were about 20 pertaining to a series of assets (Bitcoin, XEM, EOS, XRP, ETC, etc.). From a brief look, a minimum of 135 BTC, 500 Ether, and 4,670 LTC were forcibly yanked from the exchange’s coffers. This, for those who are wondering, racks up to ~$800,000. The full amount hacked, however, could easily be much higher than this sum. DragonEx has purportedly informed a number of local authorities, including those in Estonia, Thailand, Singapore, and Hong Kong, to the attack. Elaborating, the crypto startup wrote: “We’re assisting policemen to do investigation. All platform services will be closed and the accurate assets loss recovery situation will be announced in a week. It was added that the firm will “take the responsibility no matter what.” Coinbene Under Seige? This comes as Coinbene suddenly revealed it would be undergoing maintenance. A tweet from the company claims that it “upgraded the platform wallet… operations such as deposit and withdraw will be affected.” While this is a normal announcement for exchanges across the board, Coinbene’s session came straight out of left field, leading to ramping speculation. Nick Schteringard posted the below message in a bid to draw suspicion to the exchange’s Ethereum wallets, which sent out a mass of ERC-20 tokens yesterday. Some strange activity spotted on #Coinbene. Users report that #ETH wallets were hacked and attach these two addresses. #bitcoin #exchange— Nick Schteringard (@schteringard) March 26, 2019 Coinbene’s ongoing imbroglio comes after Bitwise Asset Management, an American crypto-centric investment services provider, targeted the exchange in its scathing report on fake Bitcoin trading activity. As reported by Ethereum World News previously, Bitwise drew attention to “suspicious exchanges” such as the little-known CoinBene to back its report. CoinBene purportedly utilizes “trade printing” between the bid and ask prices, hinting that there could be an automated system behind much of the trades. Thus, some have concluded that this sudden period of maintenance could be the platform’s bid to rectify bots and other bad actors. Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash The post Crypto Exchanges Under Fire: DragonEx Hacked, Coinbene Undergoes Sudden Maintenance appeared first on Ethereum World News.
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Japanese E-Commerce Giant, Rakuten, Gets Nod of Approval by FSA to Launch Crypto Exchange

Rakuten, the e-commerce giant and Japan's Amazon has completed the registration of its cryptocurrency exchange Rakuten Wallet that will be going live next month, as per the press release of the company on March 25. The official announcement reads: “We are pleased to announce that our registration with the Kanto Finance Bureau has been completed […]
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$3.4M Huobi Prime Sale Shows Investor Enthusiasm Remains High

Huobi Prime successfully completed its first initial exchange offering (IEO) on Huobi Prime this afternoon. The sale concluded in a matter of seconds, and raised $3.4M – proving that investor enthusiasm for the new token sale format isn’t confined to Binance Launchpad. TOP Network, a blockchain-based messaging service, was the first project featured on the new platform. More than 1.5bn TOP tokens were sold, around 7.5% of the total supply. The token was made available for trading almost immediately, and at the time of writing was exchanging hands at a multiple of around four times the asking price. The sale comprised three funding rounds, each offering larger quantities at a slightly higher asking price than the last. Although each round was set to last 30 minutes, each round was heavily oversubscribed and finished within seconds of opening. The first round completed within seven seconds. Huobi only announced its new Prime feature last week, as Crypto Briefing reported. Unlike the first few sales on Binance Launchpad, which were open to the general public, Huobi requires eligible participants to hold 500 Huobi Tokens (HT) – used to purchase tokens – at least 30 days prior to the sale. As Ross Zhang, Huobi’s head of marketing said at the time, this was to ensure the exchange gave equal opportunities to investors who were “involved and invested in our ecosystem”. Binance announced Sunday that Launchpad sales would now feature a new lottery-based format to its token sales. Better Protections For Investors… Unless Conflicts Arise? What makes IEOs interesting is that they tweak the token sale model. Instead of direct transactions between investors and projects, the exchange itself forms the counter-party. Participants must register and create an account on the platform, and this requires them to first pass KYC/AML checks. It’s also within the best interests of exchanges to ensure sales are full compliance. It’s their necks on the line and this means they are likely to carefully vet projects first. As Huobi said in its initial announcement, tokens must first pass a “[r]igorous screening and selection processes to ensure only premium projects that have yet to be listed on any major exchange are included.” Binance upgraded its own KYC/AML procedures today. Other exchanges are also looking at the IEO model, and despite a failure to launch with their first effort, Bittrex is seeking to offer VeriBlock as its next attempt. The VeriBlock project, which counts Bittrex CEO Bill Shihara as an advisor, would be valued at over $200M if the sale is completed successfully. Bittrex includes a disclaimer on its website explaining that as a result of Shihara’s dual role, “Bittrex holds a customary minority equity position in an affiliate of the sponsor of the VBK Coin Initial Exchange Offering, and will indirectly benefit from the successful completion of the Initial Exchange Offering.” Whether this discourages investors remains to be seen. Few would have thought three months ago that sales such as BitTorrent (BTT), Celer Network (CELR) and now TOP Network would have been possible. KuCoin’s Spotlight platform will be hosting its first token sale next week. Is an IEO season upon us? The author is invested in digital assets, but none mentioned in this article. Join the conversation on Telegram and Twitter! The post $3.4M Huobi Prime Sale Shows Investor Enthusiasm Remains High appeared first on Crypto Briefing.

Why the New ‘Apple Card’ Credit Card Doesn’t Compete With Bitcoin

The Apple credit card launches this summer. Here’s why it nothing like Bitcoin and is more underwhelming than a utility token with no use-case. Apple Announces Credit Card Apple has long been revered as the world’s most innovative company. There’s no denying that the smartphone changed the way billions of people around the world live their lives forever. But it’s time for the trailblazing tech company to wake up and smell the roses. While Apple was releasing one carbon-copy product after another at higher and higher prices, the competition was busy doing the opposite. Now the high-end, high-priced tech manufacturer is scrambling to hold its own in a rapidly evolving market. And with the launch of its underwhelming Apple Card, there’s something sad about the stench of its desperation. Apple Card vs Samsung’s Built-In Bitcoin Wallet Apple’s largest competitor apart from the slew of cheaper Chinese products is undoubtedly Samsung. The South Korean giant hasn’t had an easy ride either with equally pricey products getting undercut left and right. But as one large company embraces the future, its flagship Galaxy S10 coming with a built-in Bitcoin wallet, Apple’s response is disappointing, to say the least. Rather than acknowledge the cryptocurrency revolution, and appeal to a younger market, the smartphone manufacturer aims to ‘disrupt’ the credit card industry. Isn’t that the wrong pool to be swimming in? The revolution won’t come in the form of borderless transactions since it’s only available in the United States. It also won’t be peer-to-peer, eliminate centralized institutions, or greatly reduce fees. Although its interest rates will be: Among the lowest in the industry Mind. Blown. Apple’s game plan is more about additional security of payments, no annual or foreign transaction fees, and the fact that (wait for it) its partner Goldman Sachs will never sell your data for marketing. You can even buy yourself a coffee on the Goldman Sachs blockchain. You just have to trust Apple and Goldman Sachs to do so. It’s a Custodial Hardware Hot Wallet The Apple Card will come built into the iPhone’s Wallet App, which effectively makes it a custodial hardware hot wallet for USD. Apple claims they will never track your transactions, and all the information will be held on your device. Users can request a laser-etched titanium card, should they be so inclined, although, there seems to be little point in that. In fact, why even offer a traditional card for a wallet the company wants you to get rid of in the first place? If you’ve failed to be bowled over by so much innovation so far, there’s more. Users can track their spending on their phone through a user-friendly app. You Have to Trust Goldman Sachs In the wake of major gaffes by tech companies like Facebook and Google, Apple is pushing its next-generation security and privacy features. The centralized entity will not track your transactions and Goldman Sachs (the other centralized entity) has agreed not to sell user data. Explosive stuff compared to a decentralized alternative financial system which requires no intermediaries at all. Increased adoption of Apple Pay? Perhaps. A revolution in finance? It’s just as well Cook wasn’t speaking at a Bitcoin conference, the audience would have walked out in droves. Steve Jobs Would Have Had Bitcoin in iOS by Now Apple Card seems like a desperate bid to push Apply Pay onto the people rather than let them to choose how they manage their finances. CEO Tim Cook enthused that the card was: The most significant change in the credit card experience in 50 years. Exactly where has he been lately? Steve Jobs would have Bitcoin integrated into iOS by now.  The aim of the game is presumably to bump up the adoption of Apple Pay in partnership with market leaders MasterCard and Goldman Sachs. Two giant financial institutions that will hardly feel the pinch from Apple Pay and its meager card. There are no real tangible benefits for users of the card beyond a few outstandingly mundane offers. For example, paying for Apple products with your built-in Apple Card gets you a whopping 1-3% cash back on purchases. So what is Apple thinking entering an already saturated market that swathes of people are trying to overthrow? Once on the cutting-edge of innovation, Apple now seems to be extremely myopic when it comes to the future. What do you this of this new credit card? Will it undermine payment-focused cryptocurrencies with low fees? Share your thoughts below! Images via Shutterstock The post Why the New ‘Apple Card’ Credit Card Doesn’t Compete With Bitcoin appeared first on
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