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20180719 來自 Simon Golstein
The US government held its second official hearing on the subject of cryptocurrency regulation yesterday. Specifically, the House Committee on Agriculture heard from a number of individuals from various fields pertaining to the industry. Time to buy the dip? “It’s important that we’re not hasty” Scott Kupor, Managing Partner of Andreessen Horowitz, a California-based venture capital company, said that he believes that the definition of a crypto-asset depends on its stage of development. An ICO looks like a traditional investment and is thus closest to being a security, but once the tokens are live they begin to look like assets and should be regulated by the CFTC.
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20180718 來自 Oscar Williams-Grut
LONDON — The huge spike in bitcoin's price on Tuesday may have been driven in part by a squeeze on leveraged short sellers, according to market commentators. Bitcoin jumped more than $600, or about 10%, in a short amount of time on Tuesday. The cryptocurrency broke above $7,000 for the first time in about a month thanks to the rally. It remained above that level on Wednesday, trading up 1.13% against the dollar, at $7,397.86, at noon BST (7 a.m. ET).
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20180718 來自 Investing
A mere few weeks after eToro included Cardano in its trading platform, the company completed an analysis on the cryptocurrency sent to us via correspondence. All in all, the tone of the analysis shows that eToro is very optimistic about how much promise it holds in the cryptocurrency world.
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20180712 來自 Samuel Agini
Yoni Assia struggled to remember when he first invested in cryptocurrencies. “Two thousand and… I don’t know if it’s ten or eleven,” said the co-founder and chief executive of online broker eToro. “We bought bitcoin for $5.” “At $5,” he repeated, as if he could hardly believe his good fortune.  
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20180708 來自 Iqbal Gandham
The fascination with cryptocurrency price movements and the rise of the “Bitcoin millionaire” has occupied the media and public’s gaze over the past 18 months. Much of the current debate has focused on price – with both rises and falls encouraging critics to call cryptocurrencies a fad. Yet the focus on cryptocurrencies as an investment opportunity distracts from their actual intended use case.
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20180704 來自 Iqbal Gandham
In his annual Mansion House speech late last month, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, set out his plans for cementing London’s place as the world’s leading financial centre. He talked about banking and he talked about Brexit. Yet somehow, he utterly failed to mention a technology that could be crucial to his goal: blockchain. 
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20180628 來自 Investing
Crypto markets are not promising guaranteed returns, but trading may be as strong as ever. Cryptovest reached out to eToro for an exclusive Q&A session, with an encouraging message for the opportunities of crypto trading. Q. How do you select crypto assets for eToro? what are the features that help you estimate whether a rather novel asset, like Cardano, would be a good fit?
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20180625 來自 David Cowan
here is little doubt that initial coin offerings (ICOs) promote innovation. Risk and entrepreneurship have always gone hand in hand, and ICOs offer an exciting way for ventures to raise money and for investors to speculate. Initial coin offerings attract early-adopters and operate creatively like a crowdfunding exercise. However, they are also unregulated, allowing startups to bypass the rigorous and well-regulated capital-raising process in established markets.
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20180621 來自 Sam Shaw
Millennials love an experience. And what could be more experiential than turning up to a music festival, ditching that summer’s capsule wardrobe into a minimalist glamping pod and heading off into a field of dreams armed with nothing but optimism? No bumbags, no festival-friendly satchels to protect, no wallets. Not physical ones, anyway.
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20180620 來自 James Titcomb
British Bitcoin websites have assured MPs that consumers’ cryptocurrencies are secure after members of a parliamentary committee raised security concerns following yet another attack on a foreign exchange. CryptoUK, the self-regulatory body that represents many of the websites where cryptocurrencies can be bought and sold, said exchanges had committed to storing at least 90pc of customers’ holdings offline, so that they would not be accessed by hackers.
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