Source: Pixabay The altcoin market has been dealing with a sudden shift in volatility throughout the month of April. With Bitcoin bringing in bearish drops and Ethereum pushing the coins towards a rally, the altcoins have been trying to maintain a middle ground. Meanwhile, alts like Tron, Chainlink, and VeChain were noting sharp changes in trends, at…

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Crypto down! Silver up? We think a growing forward trend is a combination of pressure on crypto currencies, particularly Bitcoin (Ethereum has software applications that work and becoming more popular so isn’t just a one trick pony like Bitcoin) with some of that flowing into precious metals, particularly silver. Why? If in fact there has…

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How to sell Bitcoin? If you have bought or received Bitcoin in other ways, you’re probably wondering how to change it to cash. Good news! It is rather easy as there are many different ways how you can go about it. How to sell Bitcoin? You can sell Bitcoins both online via exchanges and peer-to-peer platforms, and offline by…

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By Saif Naqvi As market leaders Bitcoin and Ethereum moved deeper into the bearish zone, other altcoins registered losses and scrambled to find support at various levels. Tron hovered just above the $0.058-support, while FTT moved towards the $35-level. SNX continued its descent within a down channel, while STEEM cooled 0ff from its local high. Tron [TRX] Source: TRX/USD, TradingView…

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What is Cryptocurrency? It is a form of digital money, in short. For the long answer, keep reading our “What is cryptocurrency” guide. More and more people and companies are starting to use it. Some of this money can be spent on the same goods and services we pay for with traditional “fiat” currencies –…

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with little or no advance warning… Banks will be the major contributor to the collapse of the United States economy, banks have become EVIL,SRH. Usury is, by modern definition, the illegal practice of lending money at unreasonably high rates of interest. Usury is usually carried out with the intention of the lender, or usurer, gaining…

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