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Apple Watching Cryptocurrencies, Says Vice President Bailey

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has been and continues to be an influential company; and if it’s looking at the crypto industry, you know virtual currencies must be doing something right. According to sources, that’s what the tech giant is doing, with VP Jennifer Bailey stating it is “watching cryptocurrency.” Here’s what we know. Apple Watching Cryptocurrencies: The Facts At a private event in San Francisco, VP of Apple Jennifer Bailey took the stage, explaining to the crowd that the billion-dollar company is “watching cryptocurrency,” as it thinks the industry has “interesting long-term…

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Which Cryptocurrencies Will Survive the Next Decade?

In the last ten years, we have seen the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry thrive and adapt to our economic and technological landscape. During that period, the global market cap rose from near zero to its all-time-high of $800 billion in early 2018. While the current market cap is nowhere near that number right now, this does not take away from the milestone. During that period, we have also seen the rise of the altcoin market, with one coin even reaching a high enough status as to rival Bitcoin; namely Ethereum.…

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Joseph Stiglitz Thinks We Should Ban Cryptocurrencies

Most people know who Joesph Stiglitz is. Some know him as the 2001 recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences; others know him as a vocal cryptocurrency bear. This week, Stiglitz is getting a lot of attention for the latter. In a May 6 interview with CNBC, Stiglitz said we should shut down cryptocurrencies. Here’s everything we know. Joseph Stiglitz on Cryptocurrencies: The Latest This week, of course, is not the first time Joseph Stiglitz, 76, has discussed cryptocurrencies in a negative manner. Back in November 2017, Stiglitz…

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SEC and CFTC May Combine Efforts to Regulate Cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin ETFs are a hot topic with the US regulators. The Securities and Exchange Commission, in particular, has been expected to approve some of the applications for some time now, but it looks like they are trying to avoid it at all costs. Furthermore, most of the applications have been either denied or completely ignored without even the slightest hint of feedback. The applications are long overdue, and the applicants are starting to become restless. However, the SEC had a ‘meeting’ with the other US regulator called the CFTC (Commodity…

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