Morgan Stanley Declares Cryptocurrencies a New Asset Class Investors who have been burned by the year-long cryptocurrency plunge are probably not looking very favorably upon the cryptomarkets, and for reasons that one can only say are, well…”reasonable.” Institutions, on the other hand–especially those who can shape the markets–see things quite differently. Case in point: the latest 50-page report released by Morgan Stanley titled Update: Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain. One
Ripple Steps Above Coinbase to List on NASDAQ in 2019 In early 2019, expect to see Ripple’s $XRP token listed on the NASDAQ exchange. Ripple and Coinbase It’s been more than a year since Ripple has been seeking a major cryptocurrency exchange to list their token. It seems as if Coinbase, the most prominent exchange in the crypto space, would have been an appropriate if not easy match.
Goldman Sachs Stealthily Onboards Clients for Its Bitcoin Product It’s finally happening. Months after announcing that they had created a trading desk dedicated to the crypto markets, Goldman Sachs is stealthily beginning to onboard clients for their new Bitcoin derivatives product. Part of the excitement surrounding this event is that Goldman Sachs, one of the largest financial institutions in the world, occupies something of a leadership role among its peers.
Name/Symbol: Dogecoin (DOGE) Price: $.005216 (+94.9 30days) Market Cap : $605,272,355 Whitepaper/ Website: https://dogecoin.com/ Wallet: Desktop (PC, Mac, Linux), Android Summary: Dogecoin was a much talked about coin during the peak of Crypto-Mania last year, initially intended as a “joke currency,” but over this last quarter, it’s proven to be no laughing matter. The coin that gained its initial traction from having a logo that
84% of Companies Are Adopting Blockchain and Potentially Recoding the Future of Business According to PricewaterhouseCoopers 2018 Global Blockchain Survey, the percentage of companies that are actively experimenting with and developing blockchain systems stands at a whopping 84%. This study is not the only source to confirm this wave of seemingly mass adoption among the private sector. Netscribes published a similar survey. And based on their findings,