…the Fed there are concerns the central bank has been underestimating the economic consequences of trade uncertainty. If the Fed decides to recalibrate, it could end up cutting rates more aggressively…
Bitcoin traders turned off their terminals and occupied themselves with other things this weekend as the king of crypto barely moved.
Bitcoin and the crypto market cap are likely eyeing more upsides.
Ethereum price is climbing above $190 versus the US Dollar and recovering vs bitcoin.
In this week’s selected cryptocurrency- and blockchain-related news from Cointelegraph Japan, government and industry officials secured important appointments, while new data shows the popularity of cryptocurrencies and their favored uses in Japan and China.
An increasing number of smartphone manufacturers are combining their phones with blockchain services.
The German-speaking world continues to see lots of developments in the crypto industry, as a Liechtenstein-based exchange is tokenizing a $25 million movie fund with actor Wesley Snipes, Austrian textile manufacturers use blockchain to go green and a Swiss crypto finance company expands its business into Asia.
After inching higher yesterday, Bitcoin faced a somewhat strong rejection at just above $10,400.
Takis Georgakopoulos, head of payments at JPMorgan, expressed hope that Deutsche Bank will be the first of several other large banks to join IIN.
The head of the not-for-profit driving Facebook’s Libra digital currency has said he is confident that seemingly endless regulatory difficulties can be ironed out — paving the way for the token to launch in the second half of 2020.