Category: Digital Asset Management

The sky is falling so where is all the money going if not into bitcoin

Bitcoin is supposed to be a safe-haven currency. When the markets go to shit like they are today, in theory people evacuate their traditional positions and throw their money into digital currencies and other adjacent crypto-related stock, like bitcoin mining or one of the many digital asset companies offering the proximity and benefits of bitcoin without any of the hassle of actually owning any.

NetCents Technology’s (NC.C) European vacation tries to steer away from adversarial markets

The progress for cryptocurrency markets in North America has benefited so far from the lax regulatory environment. It allowed most of the major coins to slip under the radar of the major powers here, with only a handful of exceptions where the United States had to take a closer look. The relationship now that Facebook (FB.Q) has forced the government’s hand is now adversarial, ranging from benign contempt to outright hostility. The European markets are different.

Riot Blockchain’s (RIOT.Q) cryptocurrency mining plans for 2020 show the method in their madness

Let’s be real for a moment here. There aren’t a lot of blockchain companies out there worth your attention. Most are floundering around with business plans that sounded prosperous in 2017, while others have pivoted away in search of greener pastures. Others have diversified—extending past base cryptocurrency mining or blockchain services into artificial intelligence, IoT and cloud computing—all of which are excellent uses of blockchain tech.