What We’ve Read Today…

How did Dogecoin go from a joke to a cryptocurrency? Eugene Chygyryn Writer at Cryptocurrencies (2014–present) Dogecoin (DOGE) is a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin or Ethereum, although it is a quite different animal than either of these popular coins. The joke currency named after the Shiba Inu meme has risen by jaw-dropping 13444.6% during a year. Its price doesContinue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”

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Bitcoin price stalls in April, but $4.2B options expiry may revive run… ANIRUDH TIWARI As over $4 billion in BTC options contracts stand to expire, most options traders will feel “max pain,” while options writers could gain. What is interesting about this particular options expiry is that the current max pain price for the expiryContinue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”

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10 Types of Investments (and How They Work) By: Ben Geier, CEPF® Investing intimidates a lot of people. There are numerous options, and it can be hard to figure out which investments are right for your portfolio. This guide walks you through 10 of the most common types of investment and explains why you mayContinue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”

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Mark Cuban Touts Dogecoin on ‘Ellen’: ‘A Whole Lot Better Than a Lottery Ticket’ “I wouldn’t say it’s the world’s best investment, but it’s a whole lot better than a lottery ticket, and it’s a great way to learn and start understanding cryptocurrencies,” the billionaire told Ellen DeGeneres on her show Tuesday. Cameron Hood AprContinue reading “What’ve Read Today…”

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Is SafeMoon Overtaking Dogecoin? By: Shivdeep Dhaliwal Both Dogecoin (DOGE) and SafeMoon (SAFEMOON) have hit their all-time highs in the recent past but is the latter outpacing the Shiba Inu-themed cryptocurrency in terms of gains? The Failed Moonshot: The “Doge Army” attempted to send DOGE to $0.69 or $1 levels on Doge Day, which was on Apr 20, and failed to do so.Continue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”

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Shock G of Digital Underground Dead at 57 Elyse Dupre The music industry has lost a star. According to The New York Times, Gregory Edward Jacobs, otherwise known as Shock G, was found dead at a hotel in Tampa, Fla. on April 22. He was 57 years old. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the rapper’s deathContinue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”

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What should we know about short-term cryptocurrency investment in 2021? By: Peter Vincent Short-Term Cryptocurrency Investment Short-term investments are remodeled in shorter time periods with the hope of creating quick profits. So, just how short maybe a short-term investment? Short-term investments can take seconds, minutes, days, or maybe a couple of months. How Do Short-TermContinue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”

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The Old, Sensible Ways of Building Wealth Are Dead Now you have to gamble. By: Jessica Wildfire One of my uncles attempted suicide after losing his savings on a bad stock tip. Another one ruined his career by trying to become an independent stockbroker, losing other people’s fortunes. I have also got an uncle who spent mostContinue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”

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South African Crypto Platform Revix Raises $4.1 Million The South African cryptocurrency investment platform, Revix, has reportedly raised about $4.1 million from its latest capital raise round. According to the firm, part of the raised capital will be used “to launch Revix’s mobile application, a variety of Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) investment opportunities.” Furthermore, RevixContinue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”

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Crypto Exchange Luno Says South Africa’s Crypto Trading Dominated by Young People Bitcoin.com Luno, one of Africa’s pioneering crypto exchanges, has revealed that South Africa’s cryptocurrency trading is largely dominated by young people with those under the age of 29 accounting for 40% of transactions. The exchange, which claims to have added nearly a millionContinue reading “What We’ve Read Today…”