Smart Investment for the Middle Class: BitShares

  • Every day there seems to be a new story about an average Joe who bought some Bitcoin years ago for a few hundred dollars and turned that small investment into a fortune, buying a new house, car or retiring early.
  • Fortunately, the cryptocurrency sector is overflowing with opportunity and there may just be the “next Bitcoin” waiting to take off!
  • The cryptocurrency BitShares could potentially be the next “Apple” or “Bitcoin” and it is currently trading for less than $0.15!
  • BitShares offers some unique features and at this price could be the next life changing investment.
  • These features include price-stable cryptocurrencies, custom user issued assets, the creation of Distributed Autonomous Companies (DAC) and the BitShares Decentralized Exchange (DEX).

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been on a tear lately, with many of the digital tokens hitting all-time highs. Many investors have been making fo…
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Digital currency ethereum crashes below $200 to hit 40-day low; down 50 percent since all-time high

  • Ethereum’s price slipped below $200 for the first time since May 30, continuing its fall for a second consecutive session on Tuesday.
  • The cryptocurrency has now fallen more than 50 percent since registering all-time highs of over $400 in early June.
  • The cryptocurrency saw significant fluctuations throughout the trading session on Tuesday, recovering from heavy losses in early morning deals to trade 11 percent lower at $198.14 shortly before 4 p.m. London time.
  • Both ethereum and bitcoin have hit record highs in recent months, with the latter moving almost 1 percent higher on Tuesday trading at $2,393, according to Coindesk.
  • Like bitcoin, ethereum is a cryptocurrency built on blockchain technology.

Ethereum’s price slipped below $200 for the first time since May 30, continuing its fall for a second consecutive session on Tuesday.
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Digital currency Ethereum crashes below $200 to hit 40-day low; down 50 percent since all-time high

  • Ethereum’s price slipped below $200 for the first time since May 30, continuing its fall for a second consecutive session on Tuesday.
  • The cryptocurrency has now fallen more than 50 percent since registering all-time highs of over $400 in early June.
  • The cryptocurrency saw significant fluctuations throughout the trading session on Tuesday, recovering from heavy losses in early morning deals to trade 11 percent lower at $198.14 shortly before 4 p.m. London time.
  • Both Ethereum and bitcoin have hit record highs in recent months, with the latter moving almost 1 percent higher on Tuesday trading at $2,393, according to Coindesk.
  • Like bitcoin, Ethereum is a cryptocurrency built on blockchain technology.

Ethereum’s price slipped below $200 for the first time since May 30, continuing its fall for a second consecutive session on Tuesday.
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Cryptocurrency exchange to credit traders for ethereum ‘flash crash’

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  • Some traders who lost money in this week’s ethereum “flash crash” are going to be credited for their losses, the GDAX cryptocurrency exchange announced on Friday.
  • In a blog post on Friday, vice president Adam White said the exchange was “confident all trades this week were executed properly, however, some customers did not receive the quality of service we strive to provide and we want to do better.”
  • Therefore, the GDAX will create a process to credit customer accounts which experienced a margin call or stop loss order as a result of that crash, he said.
  • However, White noted that the exchange will honor all buy orders filled during that time.
  • “We view this as an opportunity to demonstrate our long-term commitment to our customers and belief in the future of this industry,” White said.

The GDAX is “confident” traders were executed properly, however, some customers did not receive the quality of service it strives to provide, its VP said.
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Cryptocurrency exchange to credit traders for ethereum ‘flash crash’

  • Some traders who lost money in this week’s ethereum “flash crash” are going to be credited for their losses, the GDAX cryptocurrency exchange announced on Friday.
  • In a blog post on Friday, vice president Adam White said the exchange was “confident all trades this week were executed properly, however, some customers did not receive the quality of service we strive to provide and we want to do better.”
  • Therefore, the GDAX will create a process to credit customer accounts which experienced a margin call or stop loss order as a result of that crash, he said.
  • However, White noted that the exchange will honor all buy orders filled during that time.
  • “We view this as an opportunity to demonstrate our long-term commitment to our customers and belief in the future of this industry,” White said.

The GDAX is “confident” traders were executed properly, however, some customers did not receive the quality of service it strives to provide, its VP said.
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UK is capital of Europe for fintech unicorns

  • Britain houses four fintech “unicorns” – companies valued at $1bn (£780m) or more – with a combined valuation of $18.5bn, according to a report by the technology investment bank GP Bullhound.
  • London has emerged as Europe’s fintech capital in recent years, with a swell of high-profile start-ups attempting to shake up the financial sector.
  • However, the report showed that both Europe and the US are lagging behind China as a hub for fintech.
  • Funding to Asian fintech companies surged to $7.1bn last year, more than in the US and Europe between them.
  • Investors put $4.6bn into American fintech firms against $1.4bn in Europe.

The UK dominates the European financial technology industry, with figures showing it boasts more billion-dollar fintech companies than the rest of the continent put together.
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UK is capital of Europe for fintech unicorns

  • Britain houses four fintech “unicorns” – companies valued at $1bn (£780m) or more – with a combined valuation of $18.5bn, according to a report by the technology investment bank GP Bullhound.
  • London has emerged as Europe’s fintech capital in recent years, with a swell of high-profile start-ups attempting to shake up the financial sector.
  • However, the report showed that both Europe and the US are lagging behind China as a hub for fintech.
  • Funding to Asian fintech companies surged to $7.1bn last year, more than in the US and Europe between them.
  • Investors put $4.6bn into American fintech firms against $1.4bn in Europe.

The UK dominates the European financial technology industry, with figures showing it boasts more billion-dollar fintech companies than the rest of the continent put together.
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