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For the first time in over nine years, an ounce of gold changes hands for over $1,900. This accomplishment comes after an extremely strong first half of the year for gold, during which it gained ~25%.
Value increases, low fees, speedy transactions – there are many more factors that have led to the increase in popularity of bitcoin trading.
Elon Musk has recently revealed he isn’t using the Ethereum blockchain to build anything, and addressed his stance on the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation.
It’s been a good year for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Economic uncertainty, driven by global slowdowns in the face of a pandemic, has seen renewed interest in currencies which don’t rely on traditional banking institutions.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) UK regulator reported that 1.9 million adults own cryptocurrencies, representing 3.86% of the general population.
Bitcoin price is dropping as previously predicted in my diary entries.
The Bitcoin community has another significant grant to support open-source development.
Gold this week reached a price not traded at since nine years ago, fueled by a rush to safe-haven assets.
Bitcoin has been expected to dip in value for days now.
Ethereum, the second-largest cryptoasset by market capitalisation, has continued to outperform bitcoin for weeks now amidst a resurgence in decentralised finance (DeFi) popularity.