$6000 BTC/USD was indelibly etched in the trading price of Bitcoin for most of 2018. Of course, it ended up falling another ~50% in the closing months of last year. Since then, it has steadily climbed back upwards, grasping towards that very psychologically significant boundary of $6000, which is likely to be the contemporary inflection […]
A brief overview of market cap and its inherent flaws as a cryptocurrency comparison metric, and an outline of some alternative metrics with promise to provide improved comparison between cryptocurrencies.
Hard metrics analysis of the BCash blockchain signals the beginning of the end for the shitcoin and its derivatives.
Over the past seven years we’ve seen the meteoric rise of Bitcoin (BTC). Certainly BTC has some maturing yet to do, if it’s to compete head to head with established markets such the Nasdaq. But are the major trends in other markets correlated at all with those of Bitcoin?