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CryptoCompare Publishes Monthly Exchange Review for January 2019

CryptoCompare, the global cryptocurrency market data provider, has published its January 2019 Exchange Review, offering institutional and retail investors insights into the cryptocurrency exchange industry. The January Monthly Review provides an overview of the current exchange landscape as well as a monthly evaluation of how spot volumes vs futures volumes have developed historically, including both crypto exchanges (BitMEX and BitflyerFX) and traditional exchanges (CBOE and CME). The review also focuses on how volumes have developed historically for the top trans-fee mining and decentralised exchanges. In January, we continue to see positive signs of a maturation of the crypto markets, with the news that CoinFlex will launch physically-settled bitcoin futures in February; Bittrex introducing an OTC trading desk, supporting 200 digital assets; Binance supporting fiat pair trading across 58 jurisdictions; Komid Exchange managers are sent to prison for faking volumes; and news that the VanEck-SolidX bitcoin ETF proposal was re-submitted by CBOE. The complete January Exchange Review can be found here. Highlights include: Top Exchange Volumes — ZB was the top exchange by total volume in January, followed by Binance and OKEX. The total volume for ZB in January was 19.6 billion USD, a 6.2% increase from December. The total volumes for Binance and OKEX fell 15% and 19.4% respectively in January. Trans-Fee Mining Exchanges — CoinBene was the largest TFM exchange in January, followed by ZBG and EXX. CoinBene traded 10 billion USD in total volume in January, down 3.2% since December. ZBG traded 6 billion USD and EXX traded 5.5 billion USD, up 18 and 20% since December respectively. Decentralised Exchanges — Ethermium was the largest DEX in January, followed by WavesDEX and OpenLedger. DEXs continue to represent only a small fraction of global spot exchange volume (0.19%), trading a monthly total of 385 million USD. Predominant Fee Type — Exchanges that charge taker fees represented 84% of total exchange volume in January, while those that implement trans-fee mining (TFM) represent 15%. Fee-charging exchanges traded a total of 141 billion USD in January, while those that implement TFM traded 25 billion USD. The remaining volume represented trading by exchanges that charge no trading fees, totalling 2.8 billion USD. Futures Trading — The proportion of futures trading volume decreased from 28% in December to 24% in January. BitFlyerFX traded the highest amount of BTC futures volume in January with a daily average transactional value of 1.13 billion USD (down 23% since December), followed by BitMEX perpetual futures at 665 million USD (down 41% since December). Futures products from traditional regulated exchanges (CME and CBOE) represented 11.7% of the Bitcoin to USD futures market in January, up from 6.36% in December. Fiat Capabilities — Monthly trading volume from exchanges that offer fiat pairs decreased by 26.5% in January to 37.5 billion USD, while crypto to crypto exchange volume decreased by 7.2% to 132 billion USD. Following this large decline in volume from exchanges that offer fiat trading pairs, in January they represented 22% of total spot volume, down from 26% in December. Bitcoin to Fiat Volumes — In January, 48% of Bitcoin trading into fiat was made up of the US Dollar (1.47 million BTC), down from 57% in December. BTC trading into JPY decreased less (-24%) than that traded into USD (-49%) and EUR (-37%) since December. The USD, JPY and EUR made up 90% of total trading from Bitcoin into fiat in the previous month and remained dominance in January at 89% of fiat volume. Bitcoin to Stablecoin Volumes — Bitcoin trading into USDT represented 65% of trading into stablecoins and fiat coins in January, up from the 63.7% seen in December. USDT, PAX, USDC and GUSD represent the most popular stablecoins in terms of Bitcoin trading volume. BTC trading into PAX increased 66% in January at 114,000 BTC in total; however, USDT still represents that majority at 5.9 million BTC. Charles Hayter, CEO of CryptoCompare, said: “Despite market activity slowing, we are seeing increasing signs of a maturing crypto market, given that exchanges are setting up OTC trading desks, derivatives and index products. We continue to focus our efforts on providing retail and institutional investors with accurate data that they can trust as the basis for their investment decisions.” The Methodology: CryptoCompare’s Monthly Exchange Review evaluates the consistency and quality of exchange data, which is incorporated into CryptoCompare’s real-time Aggregate Index Methodology (the CCCAGG), used to calculate the best price estimation of cryptocurrency pairs traded across global exchanges. It aggregates transactional data from more than 70 exchanges using a 24-hour volume weighted average for every cryptocurrency pair. Constituent CCCAGG exchanges are reviewed and amended each month to ensure that the most representative and reliable market data is used in CCCAGG pair pricing calculations. The post CryptoCompare Publishes Monthly Exchange Review for January 2019 appeared first on The Fintech Times.
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New CryptoCompare Data Shows Uneven Balance of Power: 10 Exchanges Control 60% of Trade Volume

Cryptocurrency, like their physical counterparts, use exchanges to execute trades for their sale and purchase. Exchanges across the world transact billions of dollars worth of business, but they also provide another important service, they work as a marker of industry trends. A recent report published by CryptoCompare points out some interesting facets of how the industry is faring and where it might be heading. CryptoCompare looks to provide clear and concise information, while still offering a detailed analysis of data to help bridge the gap between digital asset and traditional financial markets. Concentrated Trade In their monthly report, CyptoCompare discussed Cryptocurrency Exchanges. The analysis for December reviewed and detailed the major developments within its sphere. The work emphasized exchange volumes and market concentration amongst other things. An important finding was that the market is lopsided, with over 60% spot market volumes being conducted at the top 10 exchanges. In terms of physical locations, the tiny island nation of Malta sees the most trade when one looks at sheer volume. It is followed by Hong Kong and Samoa. However, despite its dominance, it was remarkable to find that December saw Malta's trade volume decline while the other two sites had an uptick in overall international share. CME And CBOE Losing Faith? Of all the trade options offered fiat pairs represented about a quarter of the spot volume. Yet of those, more than half the trading was done in USD alone. While the share of fiat pairs might be low, the choice of currency is hardly surprising, given the primacy of the dollar. Delving into future trading, the report found an encouraging increase of 6 percent. It went on to state,  BitMex XBT perpetual futures volumes increased 17.7% in December while XBTUSD futures of CME and CBOE decreased 45.5% and 48.0% respectively since November This sort of downward thrust is seen as a loss of market trust by some. Yet is also indicative of a reason that spurred on the price spiraling down in November. As of now both CME and CBOE hold less than 5% of the total crypto futures market, combined. Old Exchanges Hold As China Rises Looking at stablecoins, the report found that Tether (USDT) continues its firm grip on the market with 65% of the total monthly volume in December. The study found that the Asian markets had taken a deep interest in crypto, even though actually holding on to the asset was amongst the lowest. The top three exchanges in terms of volumes were all Chinese and were, Binance, followed by the Hong Kong-based OKEX and ZB. Others well-known exchanges maintained their global market shares Bitfinex, Kraken, and Bitstamp with CoinBene, Bitforex, IDAX completing the list. While the shift towards the Asian markets is an encouraging sign as it signifies the permeation of crypto sensitivities across the globe, it must also be acknowledged that concentration of trade is something one needs to be wary of. The analysis and results of the research do show some interesting points to ponder over how the industry might progress over the coming months.
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CryptoCompare Releases Crypto Exchanges Review for December 2018, Kraken, Bitfinex and Bitstamp maintained the most stable Markets

The Cryptocompare website reviews crypto exchanges in on a monthly basis. The following is the review for the month of December 2018. This gives an overview of changes that have occurred with the exchanges. Unlike past reviews, this one includes current exchange market concentrations and an evaluation of the pattern of development in spot volumes vs futures for both crypto and traditional exchanges. In this article, we’ll just give a general summary of important findings from the review to bring you up to speed on the current state of exchanges. Analysis 60% of spot trade volume was accounted for by the top 10 exchanges as has been for some time now.  Legally registered exchanges in Malta had the highest trading volume followed by those from Hong Kong and Samoa which had appreciated in November when Maltese exchanges trading volume reduced by 9%. Fees also affected exchange trading volumes. Those that charge taker fees accounted for 86% of the trading volume for the month while those with trans-free mining accounted for 12%. Market share for trans fee mining increased by 4% in December. Although both fiats to crypto and crypto to crypto exchanges trading volumes decreased in December, fiat to crypto exchanges lost a significant 40% while crypto to crypto exchanges lost only 7.7% although most of the exchanges offered fiat to crypto options. The fall could be due to the general total web traffic decline of 3-6% in December. For Bitcoin trading volumes, the Korean Won decreased significantly leaving the USD to account for 57% of total Bitcoin to fiat volumes, representing a 43% increase while the Japanese Yen had a 14% increase. Among stablecoins, Tether USDT has been leading in Bitcoin to fiat or stablecoins trading. As of December, USDT represented 65% of total volume for the month after increasing by 16.5% from November. USDT to PAX gained 70% increase from November thus accounting for 75% of all trading volumes from USDT which was the highest from stablecoins. Exchange Rankings by Key Metrics Exchange Volumes Ranking Although the volume for the top ten exchanges generally dropped by 7.5%, Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange by market capitalization claimed the top spot in total monthly volume in December. OKEX and ZB were the first and second runners up respectively. This, they were able to achieve despite their volumes dropped by 13%, 5%, and 19% respectively while those of BitZ and IDAX increased by 57% and 9% respectively. Trans-Fee Mining Exchanges TFM exchanges account for a significant portion $23.2 billion of monthly spot volume. For the month of December, CoinBene was the largest followed by ZBG and EXX. Order Book Analysis While average order book depth down has fallen for the top 5 markets of top exchanges by 22% from November, Bitfinex, Kraken, and Bitstamp have maintained their positions of having the most stable markets for December 2018. CoinBene, Bitforex, IDAX, on the other hand, have had thin markets with high volumes. For web traffic, Binance recorded the highest number of unique visitors in excess of 2.2 million in December with an increase of 7% from November. More details on the order book analysis and web traffic analysis for the month of December can be found here and here respectively. The post CryptoCompare Releases Crypto Exchanges Review for December 2018, Kraken, Bitfinex and Bitstamp maintained the most stable Markets appeared first on ZyCrypto.
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CryptoCompare | An Overview of the Cryptocurrency Market Data Provider

CryptoCompare is a cryptocurrency market data provider with a global footprint. The comparison website provides pricing information on more than 5,000 coins and a huge amount of corresponding currency pairs. The company was established in 2014 by co-founders Charles Hayter and Vlad Cealicu and is based out of London, United Kingdom. It employs around 40 people, mostly in London. Although, some employees also work out of continental Europe. The platform does not provide trading services of any kind and is purely used to display metrics, reviews, and other useful data in real time. The best part? Most services are free of charge. We’re going to cover some of the interesting tools available and see how you can benefit from the site. Let’s get to it. Partnerships A largely unknown player in the financial data world, CryptoCompare is already starting to garner attention with some interesting partnerships. The company has secured key deals with established heavyweights such as Yahoo! Finance, Thomson Reuters, and VanEck. These companies now rely on CryptoCompare for real-time cryptocurrency price information. Yahoo! uses data on over 100 cryptocurrency quote pages while Reuters has integrated the data into their financial desktop platform known as Eikon. For VanEck, CryptoCompare is delivering cryptocurrency indices aimed at the institutional investor. Trends The benefit of aggregating all that data allows the team to gather some interesting insights into how the cryptocurrency industry is unfolding. For example, countries with liberal policies towards crypto continue to dominate the number of exchanges and average daily volume categories. South Koreans trade heavily in Bitcoin and other well-established coins. Malta and Seychelles, though tiny islands, still account for more trading volume than the US.  Average daily volume trends based by country For these and other data trends and updates, you can follow along on their Medium page. Reviews CryptoCompare is a stomping ground for reviews in several areas where cryptocurrency enthusiasts need advice. Most of this feedback comes from actual users though there is the occasional affiliate link spam. You’ll probably want to combine this with other review sites to get a better overall picture. The main sections worth noting include exchanges, mining solutions, and wallets. The sheer volume of information available is quite impressive. Exchanges The list of cryptocurrency exchanges is extensive. So much so that you’ll probably get bored before scrolling down to the bottom of the list. You’ll be able to find all the typical information associated with each exchange like location, fees, and available coins. Most users, however, will be checking out the user-based reviews to get a feel for the pros and cons that other traders are currently experiencing. Mining If you’re interested in cryptocurrency mining then this section is for you. Cryptocurrency mining is a vast field and is not for the faint of heart. For this reason alone, many new enthusiasts have turned to cloud mining as a way to supplement their income. Here, you can catch up on company analyses, contract options, mining pools, and more. Be warned, though, the Bitcoin mining calculator highlights the tough market conditions miners are currently facing at these price levels. We may need to see the Bitcoin price reclaim higher levels before the retail miner turns a healthy profit. On the other hand, if you’re a long-term HODLer you may be able to handle the pain. Remember that these calculators only provide estimates and your mileage may vary. Bitcoin mining calculator Wallets The wallets section is more or less the same as the exchanges section though appears to recommend solutions that the team personally uses and/or trusts. Desktop, mobile, and hardware wallet reviews are included here with a list of supported coins and various security features. Portfolio If you’ve been in crypto for a while, you may have already picked up an app to help you manage your portfolio. If not, the team has done a stellar job of providing registered users with a pretty sexy portfolio tracker. Though, it might be a while before you’re able to get your Lambos on the moon! CryptoCompare’s portfolio tracker CryptoCompare API CryptoCompare’s API data is arguably one of their best features. API stands for application programming interface and allows developers to retrieve market data from a company server somewhere online. You can already do this with most cryptocurrency exchanges, but since CryptoCompare is aggregating data across a wide variety of exchanges and markets, this provides some additional interesting data points. The basic API service is free, which is great for anyone wanting to grab some data and mash-up their own applications. APIs are beyond the scope of this article, and you’ll need some programming knowledge to make full use of them. Regardless, keep your eyes peeled for the next generation of applications and user interfaces because APIs like these will be used to create them. This will make it a lot easier for us not-so-technically-inclined folk to keep in touch with the latest crypto trends. API calls to suit your business needs What the Community Says A brief look around social media and trust sites suggests that users generally like CryptoCompare’s tools and features. Some users complain about the complex interface and difficult language. In general, though, it seems to be a platform that quite a few users turn to for advice, particularly new users. Conclusion CryptoCompare certainly has an impressive résumé after only five or so years of operation. As the cryptocurrency markets continue to mature, the race will be on to provide the most comprehensive real-time data available for both retail and institutional investors. Given the investment from heavyweight news services like Reuters and Yahoo! Finance, we can only hope that real institutional investment is just around the corner. CryptoCompare’s business model is quite clever because it allows a practically free service for retail while generating sufficient revenue from institutions. As mentioned earlier, the interface can get a bit busy, making it difficult for new users to get the most out of the platform. That’s a small price to pay, however, for a free service. If data is your game and particularly if you’re a programmer, CryptoCompare might just be a solid choice for you. The post CryptoCompare | An Overview of the Cryptocurrency Market Data Provider appeared first on CoinCentral.
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According to a new report called 'Detailed Report Into The Cryptocurrency Exchange Industry' released by CryptoCompare, the US dollar represents half of the BTC-Fiat trading on average throughout the last 30 days. The other two leading currencies are the Japanese Yen (JPY) and the Korean Won (KRW)

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Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto?

While Elon Musk has yet to formally delve into the Bitcoin space, he has long been a fabled member of the crypto community. Since finding his way to the headlines of the world’s media, the Tesla chief executive’s pro-innovation mindset has struck a chord with many enamored with cryptocurrencies. In fact, some say that Musk’s unsaid raison d’etre of bettering society at large, especially by amending the world’s most harrowing issues (climate change, confinement on Earth, financial inequality), lines up with the goals held by many cryptocurrency insiders. Thus, some have even argued that Musk could be Satoshi Nakamoto. Sahil Gupta, a former intern at Musk’s second multi-billion dollar enterprise SpaceX, once infamously claimed that Musk’s brief mentionings of cryptography, economics, the C++ computing language, along with the entrepreneur overarching vision scream Satoshi. The South African-Canadian entrepreneur has done his best to keep his mouth zipped regarding his candidacy for the Satoshi title, but that hasn’t stopped him from talking about cryptocurrencies. We had @elonmusk on the latest episode of @ARKInvest's podcast! He had a few things to say about Bitcoin. "Paper money is going away and cryptocurrency is a far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper." – Elon Muskhttps://t.co/U5qOnM7nBo — Yassine Elmandjra (@yassineARK) February 19, 2019 Bitcoin Is “Quite Brilliant” While the crypto market has remained in a depressed state, save for Monday’s jaw-dropping rally, stars have begun to descend on this industry. Weeks ago, NewsBTC reported that a mass of celebrities, including the Spice Girl’s Mel B, Johnny Depp, Madonna, and Lionel Messi, had some involvement in cryptocurrency. More recently, Jack Dorsey of both Twitter and Square took to Joe Rogan to claim that the native currency of the Internet is likely to be Bitcoin. Related Reading: Twitter CEO Loves Lightning on Bitcoin: is it the Future of Fast, Instant Payments? And just on Tuesday, Elon Musk, the most well-known Silicon Valley guru, took to the New York-based ARK Invest’s “FYI” Podcast to touch on Tesla’s plans, autonomy, other innovations, such as crypto. Per The Block, who compiled his comments regarding cryptocurrencies, Musk made his comments with explicitly bullish tones. After discussing Tesla’s most recent advancements, the hosts of the podcast, the CEO and an analyst at ARK, a disruptive innovation-centric investment group, took a brief aside. They asked Musk if he agrees with Dorsey’s recent comments on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies at large. Interestingly, Musk responded with an answer, albeit somewhat cursory. He tacitly agreed, noting that the “Bitcoin structure was (is) quite brilliant,” adding that Ethereum and “maybe some of the others” have merit too. Musk did admit that he isn’t too enamored with Bitcoin’s Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mechanism, noting that it is energy intensive. Yet, he explained that fundamentally, crypto assets are great as they bypass currency controls, especially in nations embroiled in financial and political turmoil, like Venezuela. He added that cryptocurrencies are also a “far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper,” subsequently quipping that he’s sure of this “without a doubt.” In spite of all this, he made it clear that Tesla isn’t going to foray into the crypto space in any capacity, noting that it would be a good use of his firm’s resources to prop up an offering. Musk’s abrash comments quickly elicited responses from each and every corner of the crypto space. Matt Odell, a long-time pro-Bitcoin coder and industry personality, joked that the comments “confirmed” his bias that cryptocurrencies could oust banknotes. Changpeng “CZ” Zhao of Binance noted that eventually, “[Musk] will join the brotherhood,” adding that he is unequivocally sure that the businessman will take up a crypto mantle. CZ notably called on the Tesla founder to take up the Lightning Network Trust Chain torch last week, just days after Twitter’s Dorsey openly lauded Bitcoin in dozens of tweets. Crypto Is Better Than Banknotes? While Musk made notable acknowledgments in his brief appearance on ARK’s “FYI,” what stood out to many crypto investors was his thoughts on the dichotomy between banknotes & physical cash, and crypto assets, not centralized e-money. For a brief recap, Musk simply stated that he is unequivocally sure that crypto, whether it be Bitcoin, Ethereum, or otherwise, is a “far better” medium of exchange than pieces of paper. Shocking, right? This may be deemed hearsay by pundits of the legacy world, but the world is already adopting digital mediums of exchange. Per previous reports from this outlet, Arthur Hayes of BitMEX took to his company blog to claim that platforms like WeChat Pay and AliPay have already begun to take over China’s financial system. Who’s to say that cryptocurrencies, a decentralized counterpart to these systems that tout their own currencies, cannot have a similar impact on society at large. The fact of the matter is that these digital payments systems, whether decentralized or centralized, offer benefits that cash/plastic cannot. Case in point, payments on both Bitcoin and WeChat Pay are cheap, rapid, and relatively secure. But arguably, decentralized payment ecosystems, which are non-sovereign, private, immutable, and non-censorable, are even better than their centralized peers, which is likely what Musk was touching on. Featured Image from Shutterstock Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto? was last modified: February 20th, 2019 by Nick ChongThe post Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto? appeared first on NewsBTC.
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In the Daily: Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin, Shanghai’s Fudan University, Xdat Exchange

In this edition of The Daily we cover some largely supportive remarks the famous entrepreneur Elon Musk has made about Bitcoin, the latest academic institution to launch a blockchain R&D center, and a new offering from Malta-based exchange Xdat. Also Read: Bank of Spain Report: Bitcoin Is a Solution for a System Without Censorship Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin The founder of Tesla and Spacex, Elon Musk, is once again making headlines about crypto. He recently went on the Ark Invest podcast to discuss the future of autonomous driving technologies. Most of the half-hour interview focused on the strategy behind his electric car company but the topic of cryptocurrency eventually popped up in the last four minutes. Musk commented: “I think the Bitcoin structure is quite brilliant. There seems like there is some merit to Ethereum as well, and obviously others. But I’m not sure if it’s a good use of Tesla resources to get involved in cryptos … We’re really just trying to accelerate the advances of sustainable energy. One downside of Bitcoin is … computationally it’s quite energy intensive. There has to be some kind of constraint on the creation of crypto. It’s very energy intensive to create the incremental bitcoin at this point … It bypasses currency controls. Paper money is going away, and crypto is a far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper. That’s for sure.” Shanghai’s Fudan University Launches Research Center Shanghai’s Fudan University has become the latest academic institution to launch a blockchain R&D center. Founded in 1905, Fudan is one of the most prestigious and selective schools for higher learning in China. The Shanghai Blockchain Engineering Technology Research Center is tasked with carrying out basic research in the field, developing demo applications in collaboration with the broader industry, and training talent to serve Shanghai’s economic development. Last month the University of California, Berkeley announced the formation of its own blockchain-focused startup accelerator program, the Berkeley Blockchain Xcelerator. This program is meant to help aspiring entrepreneurs create high-value ventures in the blockchain space with industry guidance from Silicon Valley. Xdat Exchange Lists 18 Trading Pairs Xdat, a new Malta-based cryptocurrency trading exchange, has announced the listing of 18 trading pairs. These comprise ETH/BTC, BCH/BTC, EOS/BTC, ETC/BTC, XRP/BTC, DASH/BTC, LTC/BTC, BTC/ETH, BCH/ETH, EOS/ETH, ETC/ETH, XRP/ETH, DASH/ETH, LTC/ETH, BTC/TUSD, ETH/TUSD, BTC/EURO, and ETH/EURO. The company has further plans to add other pairs over time. The exchange is compliant with Maltese regulations for KYC and AML procedures and caters to both retail and institutional investors. Its fiat gateway allows users to deposit funds in 12 major currencies: USD, GBP, JPY, HKD, CHF, AUD, NOK, SEK, DKK, CZK, PLN, and HUF. This selection is meant to eliminate the need for involvement of a foreign bank for the supported options and allows users to work solely with Xdat’s bank. “Xdat is on a mission to address the key problems of existing exchanges … including lack of flow of new capital, lack of trust, no approach for mass adoption, and high fragmentation,” said CEO Prashanth Swaminathan. “Our aim is to bring crypto to all. To that end, we will be working closely with our community and using their support and feedback to make our interface more user-friendly and trading as streamlined as possible.” What do you think about today’s news tidbits? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. Images courtesy of Shutterstock. Verify and track bitcoin cash transactions on our BCH Block Explorer, the best of its kind anywhere in the world. Also, keep up with your holdings, BCH and other coins, on our market charts at Satoshi’s Pulse, another original and free service from Bitcoin.com. The post In the Daily: Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin, Shanghai’s Fudan University, Xdat Exchange appeared first on Bitcoin News.
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Elon Musk Praises 'Brilliance' Of Bitcoin And Ethereum, But Clash With Tesla's Energy Stance

Main Street seems to be giving cryptocurrency a second look. Last week, Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) announced an investment in JPM Coin, which will become the first digital token provided by a U.S. bank. This week, Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk lent cryptocurrency additional validation. “Paper money is going away, and crypto is a far better way to transfer value than pieces ...Full story available on Benzinga.com
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Elon Musk Calls Bitcoin "Brilliant" | Here's Why He's Optimistic

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