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Bitcoin is an open-source, peer-to-peer, digital decentralized cryptocurrency. Powered by the Blockchain technology, its defining characteristic is its decentralization, i.e. the lack of central governing authority, such as a central bank or a ministry of finance. Bitcoin’s issuance and circulation are ensured by regular users via a process known as “Bitcoin mining”. Bitcoin can be sent anywhere, anytime, (almost) for free, and with little regard for national borders or government/bank-imposed restrictions.

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Yale Economists Share Forecast Bitcoin Returns

At the time when the cryptocurrency market has actually tape-recorded a loss of more than $30 billion, 2 Yale economists think traders can strongly forecast the unpredictable market utilizing “potential predictors for cryptocurrency…

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Bitcoin Price Rebounds to $6,700

The Other Day, on June 20, more than $10 billion was eliminated from the cryptocurrency market after Bithumb, South Korea's most significant cryptocurrency exchange was hacked. Today, the cryptocurrency market included $8 billion to its…