Crypto Whales Are Getting Bigger: Bigger Cashouts on the Horizon

The Crypto bear market of 2018 was a nightmare for a lot of investors. The whole cryptocurrency market declined by 80% from the all-time high in December of 2017 making every Digital Currency investor’s worst nightmare a reality. Some digital assets lost 90% or more from their valuation and the worst part is that the bear market has continued for a year. This however does not affect Crypto whales who are mostly gaining new riches. Most likely the bear market has ended and the crypto market is preparing for the…

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Phineas Fisher: $100K Bounty in Crypto for Incriminating Corporations

Criminals going after criminals. If all hackers were to be taken as criminals, this would be looked as a joke, but recently, the hacker known as the “Phineas Fisher” offered a $100K bounty to other hackers who could leak any damaging information on a number of high-profile global companies. The bounty, which is dubbed the “Hacktivist Bug Hunting Program” will be paid out entirely in crypto. According to the most recent information, the damaging information can be about banks, oil companies and the Israeli spyware company Haliburton. The Hacktivist Bug…

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Global Debt Blowing Up With $12 Trillion for 1 Year

When it comes to national debt, the situation in most cases is not pretty. As CoinStaker recently revealed, the United States national debt has slowly climbed up to over $23 trillion. If we look at the whole world however, we will notice that things aren’t looking a lot better as a whole. Earlier this month, the Institute of International Finance updated its Global Debt Monitor. Global debt to reach a record $255 trillion by the end of the year. That’s $32,500 for each of the 7.7 billion people on the…

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Facebook Pay is Official: Libra’s Regulatory Struggles Are Irrelevant

Libra is still facing a lot of hostility from regulators. Despite many companies leaving the Libra Association and Zuckerberg having a rough time before Congress, Facebook still continues forward with its plans and released its new fiat-only payment system named Facebook Pay. Facebook Pay was officially introduced yesterday. It was dubbed as a payment system, which will be used to settle payments across Facebook’s services including Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp. Facebook’s VP and market & commerce Deborah Liu stated: “Many users are already using payments across our applications in order…

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Dutch Court: Fake Bitcoin Ads Must be Removed from Facebook

Following John de Mol’s lawsuit against Facebook, a Dutch court made a ruling against the social media giant. Facebook must now remove all fake bitcoin-related ads from its platform. According to Reuters, the Dutch producer and billionaire filed judicial proceedings against Facebook back in June. He claimed that the social media giant failed to respond to multiple of his request to remove fake bitcoin-related adds. The adds featured him plus many other celebrities and resulted in the estimated loss of $1.8 million by investors. After de Mol’s claim was taken…

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Flippening Predicted by Bobby Lee: Bitcoin Will Replace Gold

The co-founder and CEO of BTC China Bobby Lee, recently stated that bitcoin will surpass the market cap of gold and will be worth more than $1 million. #Gold is at about $8 trillion today, which is 50x the worth of #Bitcoin.I predict the #flippening will happen within 9 years and $BTC will shoot up past USD $500,000.And with all of the money printing that’s happening globally, $BTC will actually very likely be over $1 million! https://t.co/hbqGze38k5 — Bobby Lee – Ballet: Simple & Elegant Wallet (@bobbyclee) November 10, 2019…

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Riot Games Owner Identity Theft: $5 Million Worth of Crypto Mined

Marc Merril, the game developer and founder of Riot Games, recently became a victim of identity theft. Merril’s identity was reportedly used by a man from Singapore who attempted to utilize Amazon Web Services and Google cloud computing power for mining cryptocurrencies. Yesterday, Forbes revealed that Merril was indeed the anonymous victim of the identity theft scheme. Marc Merill is most famous for being the developer behind one of the most popular games in the world – League of Legends. The criminal, Matthew Ho, started using Merill’s American Express credit…

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Sophia The Robot Asked About Crypto: No Skynet References This Time

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is something that will slowly become a bigger part of everyday life. While some people are excited about the opportunities which AI technology will provide, others have already felt replaced and defeated by it. A few years ago, Elon Musk, agreed to allow the AI bot from his startup OpenAI to learn to play Dota 2. At first, the results were expected as the bot struggled to walk in a straight path and found itself unable to win a single game for some time. After a short…

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Cointipping and Why It’s on Its Way Out

Cointipping and why it’s on its way out Cointipping is most definitely one of the most popular forms of using cryptocurrencies nowadays. Sure, it will never surpass the popularity of trading these coins on an exchange, but it’s a great liquidity source for most people who enjoy digital products or services. One of the most common ways to use one’s crypto portfolio in the past was to buy video games on various game markets, but Steam was arguably the most popular. However, the company that owns Steam decided to distance…

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Draft Document Issued: European Union Needs Towards Digital Euro

The idea about a European digital currency is slowly picking up steam. Last week, CoinStaker reported on the Association of German Banks (Bankenverband)’s request for the development of a digital euro. A week later, the European Union has now issued a draft document in which it strongly suggests that all member states should very carefully consider the idea of issuing a united European digital currency. The draft document is still subject to amendments Yesterday, Reuters’ report on the draft in question, showcased that the draft is still subject to amendments.…

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