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Bitcoin ‘Fear and Greed Index’ reaches early pandemic levels of

The “Crypto Fear and Greed Index,” a collective metric that measures current sentiments on the cryptocurrency market, swiftly swung from “Extreme Greed” (79 points) last week to “Fear” (31) today as most digital assets continue to wallow in the red zone. Today’s Cryptocurrency Fear And Greed Index: 31 Ranking: Fear#Crypto #Bitcoin #Ethereum — Crypto Fear […]Read More

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Why crypto might grow like the early 2000s tech stocks:

Developed by research company Gartner to represent the adoption of new media, hype cycles have been used since the 1990s to quantify and predict the performance of groundbreaking new technologies. With the Gartner Hype Cycle perfectly describing the ups and downs the dot-com boom saw in the early 2000s, many have wondered whether applying the […]Read More

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Binance CEO: We’re in the early stages of a multi-year

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ) predicts this current crypto bull cycle may run up until 2024. Speaking to Ran Neuner, the co-founder of On-Chain Capital, Zhao shared his predictions for the future, including a call that several bull years lay ahead. CZ said: “We’re just seeing the flat part of the wave. The big wave […]Read More

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Early CryptoPunk Digital Collectible Sells for $762K in Ether

Some rudimentary pixel art just sold for 605 ETH, or $761,889 at purchase. FlamingoDAO, a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) for investing in digital collectibles, is behind Saturday’s eye-popping CryptoPunk sale. Only nine such “Aliens” exist in the CryptoPunk universe, which pioneered non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in 2017 and are the “Holy Grail” for an emerging class […]Read More

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Michael Saylor: Bitcoin is a better bet now than tech

Since charging onto the crypto scene late last year, MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor has become something of a Bitcoin poster boy. MicroStrategy became the first public listed company to hold Bitcoin as part of its treasury policy. At the time, the move was met with trepidation from a number of the firm’s shareholders. They questioned […]Read More