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Bybit Finally Integrates Fiat Gateway for Buying Crypto

22 Jun 2020 @ 16:05
Bybit has announced the integration of a fiat gateway into its derivatives exchange. Image: Pixabay   The achievement, dubbed a “major milestone” by CEO Ben Zhou, means traders can now purchase cryptocurrency with credit or debit card. Up until now, Bybit users were compelled to purchase assets such as BTC and USDT elsewhere before depositing […]

How to Hedge Yourself Against the 2020 Financial Crisis

10 Jun 2020 @ 14:33
During an economic downturn, it’s natural to want to protect your wealth. History is littered with figures who lost eye-watering sums during periods of market strife, and recent events illustrate this well: during February’s pandemic-driven market drubbing, the combined fortunes of the world’s 500 richest people plummeted by $444 billion, with the Dow Jones Industrial […]

How Will Brexit Affect GBP Trading?

07 Jan 2020 @ 14:59
The British pound sterling. It is a currency that has been the topic of many a lively conversation amongst investors over the last few years. With the UK about to leave the European Union in early 2020 (if, Boris Johnson gets his way and implements the result of the 2016 referendum), the pound has been […]

What Traders Need to Know About US Expat Taxes and Capital Gains

07 Jan 2020 @ 14:57
There are many advantages to living in the UK as an American: Sadly, escaping the reach of the IRS is not one of them. You have certain obligations that come with your rights as a US national. Your obligations include the filing of an annual tax return, even when you live this side of the […]

Could Cryptocurrencies Become a Safe Haven in the Next Global Recession?

18 Dec 2019 @ 13:15
It’s now more than eleven years since the last global recession gripped national economies, causing years of austerity measures across many nations. It resulted in the near-total financial collapse of countries such as Greece and Cyprus. In the case of the 2008 crisis, the causes are well-documented. But it isn’t always so clear-cut, partly because […]

Crypto Tax Accounting 101: What You Need to Know

03 Dec 2019 @ 10:16
Tax agencies are coming for what they’re owed. What else is new, right? But this time they’re targeting an entire industry: cryptocurrency. Guidance passed down by authorities in the United States, Great Britain and several other countries dispels the notion that crypto-holders might conceivably avoid liability for transacting virtual tokens. And those who have pocketed […]

Institutions Are Flocking to the Crypto Markets - Here’s What They Need to Know

14 Nov 2019 @ 11:27
The cryptocurrency markets have come a long way over the last eleven years. For anyone who’s been following, it’s been a rollercoaster ride. However, after emerging beaten and bruised from the ashes of the ICO boom in 2018, it’s becoming increasingly evident that cryptocurrencies have entered a new stage of maturity. Over the last two […]

Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt – Managing the Emotions Preventing You from Trusting Cryptocurrencies

28 Aug 2019 @ 14:11
When Bitcoin debuted in 2009, very few people could have imagined that it would birth a new industry with a market capitalization of close to £300B within a decade. Fewer people would have imagined that Bitcoin could birth a disruption that could potentially end the era of money backed by government sovereignty. Yet, in the […]

Is the UK Government Spending Irresponsibly Amid Brexit Economic Downturn?

20 Jun 2019 @ 10:21
Ever since the British public took to the polls on the matter of the continuing membership of the European Union, the country has been in disarray. With only a narrow margin of victory for the Leave campaign, the country has been divided along Brexit lines for nearly three years now. The lack of certainty regarding […]

Diamonds Used to be Africa's Curse — Could Blockchain Make Them into Africa's Cure?

20 Jun 2019 @ 10:18
Diamonds are revered all over the world for their romantic symbolism, timeless beauty, and enduring value. But for the countries that produce them, diamonds have long been a curse. Some of Africa’s poorest countries have been ravaged by civil wars, insurgency, and political corruption, all born of the greed surrounding one of the worlds most […]
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