November 2019 / 3 posts found

What is TokenPay Cryptocurrency? Everything You Need to Know About TPAY – NewsLogical

by crypto journalist
TokenPay is a reorganized poject and a self-verifying payment platform. The project survives solely on mathematics and it is invented and designed to permit and manage secure transactions between multiple parties. TokenPay is a blockchain project that incorporates digital cryptographic technology with super-advanced security and user privacy features. The TokenPay blockchain includes Multi-Signature transactions, ring signatures, dark-key stealth addresses, zero-knowledge proof, and a room for Tor Network integration” The TPAY platform enables the exchange of other digital currencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other major cryptocurrencies around the world. TokenPay bridges the gap in communication between users of the TokenPay […]

Why I Don’t Expect New Bitcoin Highs in 2018

by crypto journalist
Tuur Demeester is an economist and investor. The following article references an opinion and is for information purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for that. Despite an already six month cool-off period, for 2018 we see more sideways and downside potential in the bitcoin price due to sluggish retail demand, hesitation from institutions and a current market cap that seems too high relative to the activity occurring on available blockchains. Many investors and advisors are on record stating that $5,700 was the bottom in bitcoin for this year, and that higher […]

How to put bitcoin into perspective

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THE PRICE chart at CoinDesk, a cryptocurrency news site, begins on July 18th 2010, when a bitcoin could be had for $0.09. By November 2013 it had reached $1,124. In the summer of 2017 it started to take off, reaching over $19,000 in December. By end-March 2018 it was back down below $7,000 and in late August it was hovering between $6,400 and $6,500 (see chart). That has made a few people very rich (just 100 accounts own 19% of all existing bitcoin), encouraged others to play for quick gains and left some nursing substantial losses. Bitcoin was never meant […]