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December 25, 2018 BY Mariela Naydenova

$45 billion added to the crypto market in 10 days

Bitcoin has tumbled big time, going from almost $20,000 in December 2017 to almost $3,000 in December, 2018. While the "people's currency" has dragged other alt coins to the near bottom, including Ethereum, Litecoin and many more, the crypto market managed to add around $45 billion in less than 10 days to its market capitalization.…

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April 14, 2018 BY Mariela Naydenova

This investor sees Bitcoin at $250k by 2022

Many speculations are made when it comes to Bitcoin. The cryptocurrency is going up and down all the time, fluctuating around the $8,000 level these days. However, with the blockchain infrastructure getting improved constantly, the value of Bitcoin may be going up in the future. One investor who believes in that is Tim Draper, one…

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December 06, 2017 BY Mariela Naydenova

New all-time high: Bitcoin reaching $13,000 price level

Close to the launch of bitcoin futures by CME Group and other exciting news, the “people’s currency” is going through the roof. While many thought that Zimbabwe enjoyed a price level of around $14,000 that is not easily attainable in other countries, today Bitcoin gained over $1,200 in just 24 hours. The truth is, based…

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November 14, 2017 BY Mariela Naydenova

By December 2018, Bitcoin will hit $20,000, says Mike Novogratz

In an interview for Reuters, Mike Novogratz, the current CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners and the former macro hedge fund manager at Fortress Investment Group, talked about his opinion on bitcoin and why the digital currency is the new "gold". According to the Wall Street manager, bitcoin is undoubtedly a store of value. It has the…

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June 24, 2015 BY Andrew Saks-McLeod

NFA gives The Barbashop a $50,000 haircut

The US National Futures Association has accepted a $50,000 settlement from The Barbashop LLC and its principal, Ronald T. Barba, along with certain registration conditions, following a complaint made in June relating to the firm's order allocation procedures, and use of promotional material which contained misleading information

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