German stock market operator Deutsche Boerse continues diving into the cryptocurrency derivatives by listing three new crypto exchange-traded notes (ETN) by VanEck.
Bitcoin’s 5-year Return on Investment Is Significantly Higher Than Major Banks Stocks’
Although Bitcoin is a relatively new asset class, the cryptocurrency's return on investment is significantly higher, overshadowing other traditional products. Bitcoin's 5-year investment outperforms the established banking stocks by over 4000% on average.
Over $1 Billion of Crypto Futures Got Liquidated Amid Evergrande Concerns
A total of $1.2 billion worth of crypto futures got liquidated over the last 24 hours as global markets continue to slide across the board, according to analytics platform Bybt.
Payment Giants Partner With Crypto Companies To Ensure Security
Regarding the fresh and innovative nature of digital assets, financial institutions that already support cryptocurrency payments will need to properly adapt to growth. In this context, investments of giants such as Visa and Mastercard are continuing.
Smart Contracts Come to Bitcoin Through Dfinity's Internet Computer
Dfinity Foundation’s Internet Computer blockchain is bringing smart-contract capabilities to the Bitcoin (BTC) network, potentially opening the door to new use cases for the prominent cryptocurrency.
The Value of ETH Staked on Ethereum 2.0 Increased by 25% in One Month
Ethereum 2.0 it's still very far on the horizon. Scheduled to take place in 2022, the project has experienced numerous delays that pushed back its release date even further. This has although not been a deterrent for investors in Ethereum to invest their coins on the network.
Fear & Greed Index to Indicate Bitcoin's Price Is Undervalued
Recent data from the Crypto Fear & Greed Index shows that the cryptocurrency market is experiencing a period of investor fear with a 3-month low score of 27 out of 100.
Gary Gensler: Cryptocurrency Is an "Extremely Speculative" Asset Class
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler has described cryptocurrencies as a "highly speculative asset class." In most cases, "there's nothing of value behind it but pay for it from another investor," added.