On this edition of the Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show, we do a deep dive market analysis. Bitcoin (BTC) is retreating from the $4,000 resistance level, and the crypto market is in the red. Hear about how the Bitmain IPO application has been rejected by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. We discuss how the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria is trying to use blockchain and cryptocurrency to form a decentralized government, in order to avoid the mistakes of the past that caused the Syrian Civil War. Learn about the nonsensical bet that Tim Draper made with the Argentinian president, where if Bitcoin (BTC) falls below the value of a peso Draper will invest double in Argentina. The Argentinian Peso is only worth $0.024 and constantly losing value, so this would never happen. We also discuss how Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas was trying to raise money with Bitcoin (BTC) after being cut-off by Qatar, and they have barely raised any money at all. Hear about how the ‘benevolent dictator’ of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is quitting Bitcoin Unlimited, continuing the trend of increasing schisms in the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) space, and potentially paving the way for yet another fork.
Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show May 10: Bitcoin (BTC) up Over 100% Since December, Bitfinex Successfully Raises $1 Billion Via LEO Despite Ongoing Lawsuit, MakerDAO Borrowers Are Losing Due to Rapid Increase in Interest Rates, Binance Looks to Re-Open Deposits and Withdrawals Early Next Week, a Congressman Wants to Ban Cryptocurrency Since It Takes Away Power from the Government
May 10, 2019
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June 2, 2020
Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show June 21: Bitcoin (BTC) Nears $10,000 After War With Iran Almost Breaks Out, 10 Year Federal Treasury Bond Yields Are Strongly Correlated With Bitcoin’s (BTC) Price, Coinbase Almost Hacked by 0-day Virus, Bitmain Looks to Do IPO in the United States, Lending Platform Celsius Suspends Distribution of Celsius Tokens (CEL) to United States Users
June 21, 2019