Bitcoin has appreciated 1270% since its cycle lows in December 2018. The time to accumulate BTC is now but what better way to accumulate than by getting it for FREE?

We’ve entered 2021, and the crypto market is in a full blown bull market. Are you new to crypto and think you’ve missed the boat? You haven’t. You’re a part of the early majority. There’s still plenty of bull run to go in 2021 and one way to optimize your exposure to crypto is by getting it for FREE. Crypto companies and platforms are fighting for market share and brand loyalty of retail investors because they know a huge surge of investors is coming in 2021. Because of this competition, there are many opportunities to get free bitcoin and crypto…


As Bitcoin dumps again and is trading slightly below $3500 at the time of writing, I think Bitcoin may have hit bottom. This is very much the contrarian point of view right now. Everyone from Crypto Twitter, YouTube, and the mainstream media is anticipating lower lows and it’s almost a given that Bitcoin will reach sub-3k prices. I’m taking the contrarian point of view for a variety of reasons. The 200 weekly simple moving average is a major support level and Bitcoin marked its current cycle low by bouncing strongly off of it. I’m not a professional analyst and so…


Blockchains LLC HQ — Sparks, NV

Happy 10th birthday Bitcoin, here is your mysterious gift:

The enigmatic and hyped blockchain-focused institution Blockchains LLC will soon be making waves as their launch approaches. Nearly nothing is known about them, but their inscrutable game-plan has been intriguing blockchain and cryptoasset enthusiasts as of late. It was announced that back in 2017, Blockchains LLC had acquired 69,000 acres of land in the Tahoe-Reno Industrial (TRI) Center in northern Nevada “for the purpose of building a better way,” according to their website — whatever that means. …


Why do Bitcoin and cryptoassets have no future…

when the NYSE is creating the cryptocurrency trading platform Bakkt in collaboration with Microsoft and Starbucks with physically backed Bitcoin futures contracts.

when Fidelity is offering it to its clients and has been mining it since 2015.

when Steve Wozniak is co-founding a cryptoasset investment firm.

when Katy Perry IG’d this!

Cryptos coming at you like a dark horse

when Brendan Eich, creator of JavaScript and Mozilla, started Brave Browser with a built-in ad-blocker and Basic Attention Token (BAT) to reward content creators.

when Amazon Web Services partnered with QTUM.

when the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is utilizing Ripple’s…


In the biggest crypto news of 2018, it was announced this morning that Starbucks is collaborating with Microsoft and the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), owners of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in addition to other global marketplaces, to launch a startup venture called Bakkt that will allow for on-ramps to crypto assets for institutional and retail investors in a federally regulated fashion. Starbucks, Microsoft, and ICE have reportedly been working on this venture furtively for nearly 14 months with the motivation to create a platform for Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies to be utilized as mainstream currencies. This November, Bakkt will go…


In a world filled with payments using credit cards and dead presidents on pieces of paper, why choose digital code for currency when it isn’t backed by anything?

To understand the rationale behind investing in cryptocurrencies, we must first dissect the broader macroeconomic picture.

The world’s economy runs on a fiat-backed monetary system equivalent to quadrillions of USD. However, only $36.4 trillion USD of it is in physical form, also known as “narrow money” that includes bank notes and coins deposited in checking and savings accounts. If you consider the “broad money” (which includes the totality of assets that households…

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