November 2nd, 2017

In my humble opinion...

the hype machine is real!



Coin of the Day

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Help fund Guardian Circle through their token sale, which begins November 15th.

Apparently Bitcoin is now "legit", according to Bloomberg after CME Group futures contract. *cue eye roll*

After CME Group's announced their intention of introducing a Bitcoin futures contract, Bloomberg said that crypto is finally "legit, for better or for worse," so now we suppose cryptocurrency should be taken seriously. Thanks for the validation, mainstream media! The announcement likely spurred an even more incredible price increase, with Bitcoin hitting yet another lifetime high of $6,600. We're into that. As much as people love to hate Bitcoin, we're looking forward to the inevitable day that Bitcoin futures are featured on Wall Street. Oh what a sweet day that will be.

Russia's had a bit of a complicated on-and-off relationship with crypto, and American media is utterly fascinated with it. Some articles have somewhat over-enthusiastically claimed that Russia has become "a preeminent hub for bitcoin and other emerging cryptocurrencies," there's no doubt that Russia will adopt some form of a digital currency; it will likely be heavily regulated so as to derive profit and control from the service.

So what's the deal with Bitcoin Cash, and why should I care?

If you've been paying attention, you've noticed Bitcoin Cash's (BCH) price tearing up the charts – in a good way. BCH currently has the second largest trade volume in the world (wow) with South Korea picking up 57% of this trading. Here are some of the potential contributing factors BCH has seen a pretty significant uptick in the past few days:

  • Wikileaks is now accepting Bitcoin Cash as a method of payment.
  • Bitcoin Plug ATM now accepts BCH in all of it's Los Angeles-based operations.
  • BCH plays a big role in China, where rumblings of government-backed exchanges are being heard. Some miners even prefer and treat BCH like Bitcoin (BTC). It's surprising but not utterly shockcing.
  • New Bitcoin Cash software was released yesterday in anticipation of the November 13th BCH hardfork.

There's also a lot of confusion about Bitcoin's forks. Yes, multiple forks. Check out this comprehensive guide to Segwit2x. To condense the current drama in the crypto community: "Some users think this is a good idea, others don't." This division seems simple, but it could seriously impact the way you trade and talk about Bitcoin.


Back down, Paris Hilton. Your celebrity endorsement for ICOs could be illegal. Sorry.

Heads up Zuckerberg: the Winklevoss' Bitcoin investment is now worth more than $1 billion.

Over a million students are currently enrolled in online cryptocurrency classes. Seems a little more productive than frat parties.

Coin to Watch 

Did you watch out for Bitcoin Cash like we told you to? We hope so. As for Ethereum (ETH): the dip is happening right now, so consider this opportunity seriously before it most likely increases again.

Daily LOL

$7,000 is just the space craft launch.