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eToro Brings the World To Bitcoin, Launches A New Crypto Exchange and 8 Stablecoins

eToro is a Cyprus based social trading and multi-asset brokerage company that announced on Tuesday that will launch a new digital crypto exchange, eTorox. The Exchange will also be including eight new stable coins that will be backed by the FIAT currencies of the countries. eToro is promoting the feasibility of trades in cryptocurrency by providing

eToro is a Cyprus based social trading and multi-asset brokerage company that announced on Tuesday that will launch a new digital crypto exchange, eTorox. The Exchange will also be including eight new stable coins that will be backed by the FIAT currencies of the countries. eToro is promoting the feasibility of trades in cryptocurrency by providing

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Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Released a List of its Favorite Cryptocurrencies; Same ‘Tokens’ To Be Included in Bakkt As Well?

ICE (Intercontinental Exchange), the parent company of the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) has initiated a research unit for 58 cryptocurrency projects and 19 FIAT currencies. ICE, in partnership with Blockstream, has established the ‘Cryptocurrency Data Feed’, which will provide with real-time and historical data of cryptocurrency prices from all over the world. Nevertheless, it has selected

ICE (Intercontinental Exchange), the parent company of the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) has initiated a research unit for 58 cryptocurrency projects and 19 FIAT currencies. ICE, in partnership with Blockstream, has established the ‘Cryptocurrency Data Feed’, which will provide with real-time and historical data of cryptocurrency prices from all over the world. Nevertheless, it has selected

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Do Stable Coins Have a Place in the Cryptocurrency Space?

The cryptocurrency market cap has reduced significantly—from $800 billion in January 2018 to $120 billion in January this year. Such a steep decline in total market cap is one of the reasons why many people label crypto as nothing but a scam. But cryptocurrency projects remain busy, coming up with new developments that show glimpses

The cryptocurrency market cap has reduced significantly—from $800 billion in January 2018 to $120 billion in January this year. Such a steep decline in total market cap is one of the reasons why many people label crypto as nothing but a scam. But cryptocurrency projects remain busy, coming up with new developments that show glimpses