Blockchain 

Thai Stock Exchange to Launch Cryptocurrency Platform Next Year

The Thai Stock Exchange (SET) is planning on rolling out a cryptocurrency platform sometime in 2020. According to SET’s official press release yesterday, the country is “ready for digital transformation.” Thai Stock Exchange Expands into Crypto SET President Pakorn Peetathawatchai said that the exchange’s three-year plan would focus on developing a “digital infrastructure platform.” The Thai president feels that this will open up new investment opportunities for investors and will provide more speed and convenience for trade. The Thai Stock Exchange seeks its new structure to be a “one-stop” digital…

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Ethereum 

EOS and Ethereum (ETH) Update, is 2019 Their Year?

Today, we’re taking a closer look at EOS and Ethereum (ETH). The cryptocurrency market has corrected again after having strong gains the first few days of the new year. The total cryptocurrency market cap is sitting just below $130 billion. One year ago, the market cap was just over $750 billion. The market took a nosedive in January of 2017 and continued to slide all year. In mid-April and early-May, the market began to correct and saw consistent strong gains, only to correct and downslide again.  EOS EOS remains the…

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Bitcoin 

Bitcoin Price | Coinbase President Asiff Hirji Optimistic for New Year

Crypto players from around the globe are chiming in on the direction of the Bitcoin price in 2019. Will it continue to see price crashes? Or will the current recovery continue? Better yet, has the industry had a good year and will it continue to have significance in the new year? Earlier in the week, we heard from bears, like Erik Finman who called Bitcoin “dead;” and we heard from Spencer Bogart, a Bitcoin bull, who not only said BTC will continue to rise, but that 2018, contrary to popular belief, has…

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Bitcoin 

Bitcoin Hits Lowest Level of the Year Thus Far

Today is a bleak day for cryptocurrencies everywhere as Bitcoin hits the lowest level of the year thus far. Where Bitcoin goes, the rest of the market tends to follow, and indeed, the index shows us all the top-ten coins are experiencing double-digit losses. Bitcoin Hits Lowest Level of the Year Currently, Bitcoin is down over 10% and has touched a low of $5,550 a coin. This price is the weakest the coin has been since October 2017 and also puts an end to what was the steadiest period the coin experienced in months.…

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