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Bitcoin Just Exceeded “Tulip Mania” Levels

The Bitcoin craze has often been compared with the 17th-century “tulip mania” bubble. Whether such a comparison is valid, one thing we can do is look at the actual levels and percentage gains.   What you are about to see may surprise you.   A month ago, when...

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Bitcoin Futures: Everybody in the Game

Authored by Vittoria Onufrio  After the announcement of the coming start dates for Bitcoin futures, its price has been climbing and last week almost touched $20,000 on some exchanges. Then Bitcoin retreated and climbed again after Bitcoin Futures started to trade...

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Heat Maps Tracking Global Cryptocurrency Chatter

The following heat maps aim to illustrate the frequency of chatter surrounding Bitcoin, Ethereum, IOTA, Ripple, Dash, Litecoin, and Monero. Originally presented in an article on the Inverse Innovation website, these maps were based on software analysis of geotagged...

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Are Cryptocurrencies Backed by Nothing?

1: Questioning the “Nothing”   1.0: If a technology holds the potential to disrupt the structure and authority of an entire monetary system, and if it is capable of reorganizing the fundamental concepts and materials that define our understanding of “money,” then...

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The Speed of Bitcoin’s Price Rise – From $0 to $19,000

The following information was taken from a Zerohedge article (one that I recommend you check out). I decided to isolate and repost the following details which, I believe, might be of interest to most readers. Here’s how long it took Bitcoin to go from $0 to $19,000 in...

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