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Crypto Derivatives: A Corner of the Market or the Market Itself?
by Emmanuel Goh on November 16, 2019 at 10:00 am
Emmanuel Goh, CEO of skew.com, looks at the evolution of the crypto derivatives market, and what that says about the market overall.
How to Spot Bitcoin’s Golden or Death Cross Using Simple Moving Averages
by Sebastian Sinclair on November 16, 2019 at 9:10 am
The golden cross and death cross have long helped traders predict and confirm long-term price trends. Here’s a primer for crypto investors.
Alibaba Denies ‘Partnership’ With Lolli, Highlighting Crypto Industry Pitfalls
by Leigh Cuen on November 15, 2019 at 10:35 pm
What really constitutes a "partnership" at the intersection of e-commerce and crypto?
ConsenSys Strategy Chief Steps Down to Launch Venture Fund
by William Foxley on November 15, 2019 at 10:00 pm
ConsenSys CSO Sam Cassatt is stepping down to open a new venture fund focused on "evolutionary changes in human behavior."
German Regulator Orders ‘KaratGold Coin’ Issuer to Cease Operations
by William Foxley on November 15, 2019 at 9:56 pm
Two more governments have taken action against entities in the Karatbars ecosystem over sales of a purportedly gold-backed cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin Falls Through Key Average as Traditional Markets Hit Record Highs
by Sebastian Sinclair on November 15, 2019 at 9:40 pm
Bitcoin is at risk of another sell-off after its price fell beneath a key moving average on Nov. 15, while traditional markets hit record highs.
Criminal Case Against Failed WEX Crypto Exchange Points at Russian Law Enforcement
by Anna Baydakova on November 15, 2019 at 9:22 pm
The administrator of failed crypto exchange WEX has reportedly told Russian police that he was forced to hand over users' holdings to the FSB.
Stablecoin Crisis Could Wreck Global Finance, Fed Warns in New Report
by Danny Nelson on November 15, 2019 at 9:00 pm
The Fed warned that a stablecoin crisis could wreak havoc on the global economy and outlined the steps issuers must take to protect the status quo.
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Andrew Yang’s Plan to Regulate ‘Big Tech’ Is Tyranny
by Wes Messamore on November 16, 2019 at 8:31 pm
Andrew Yang’s plan to regulate big tech will end up backfiring, and trample the Constitution in the process. As technology outpaces government’s understanding of it, policymakers are at a loss in trying to regulate it properly. Yang’s proposal to create more government, not to mention a new department, completely ignores the $22 trillion deficit hanging The post Andrew Yang’s Plan to Regulate ‘Big Tech’ Is Tyranny appeared first on CCN Markets
Embattled Boeing Seeks to Regain Trust Ahead of 2019 Dubai Airshow
by Gerelyn Terzo on November 16, 2019 at 8:00 pm
Boeing is readying the Dubai airshow, but it continues to face backlash for the two 737 Max jet disasters. Investors have been giving Boeing the benefit of the doubt, but regulators and the general public have not. Boeing will face fierce competition on Sunday at the 2019 Dubai Airshow, where it will attempt to save The post Embattled Boeing Seeks to Regain Trust Ahead of 2019 Dubai Airshow appeared first on CCN Markets
Trump Bragfest Continues After a Stellar Week for the Dow
by Ryan Smith on November 16, 2019 at 7:00 pm
President Trump is once again taking credit for new all-time highs in the Dow Trump is positioning himself in a win-win scenario as his impeachment inquiry continues. Some Twitter followers credit the gains to his potential impeachment. President Trump is once again a leading cause for the latest surge in U.S. stocks. Or so he The post Trump Bragfest Continues After a Stellar Week for the Dow appeared first on CCN Markets
The Dow Jones Has Rewarded Investors 68,300% in Over 120 Years of Existence
by Kiril Nikolaev on November 16, 2019 at 6:00 pm
The Dow Jones managed to climb above 28,000 on Friday. The last 120 years has shown that the Dow moves in cycles but has always managed to print record highs. The current bull market has entered its 120th month, and one Fed official believes that the economy has more muscle. The Dow Jones Industrial Average The post The Dow Jones Has Rewarded Investors 68,300% in Over 120 Years of Existence appeared first on CCN Markets
3 Superstar Athletes Who Should Replace Cris Carter on First Things First
by Jack Winter on November 16, 2019 at 4:00 pm
“First Things First” remains without a permanent replacement for Cris Carter. Chris Canty has filled in admirably, but FS1 may want to go with a splashier hire for Carter’s full-time replacement. Reggie Bush, Rob Gronkowski, and David Ortiz could help the show ascend to new heights. Morning debate shows are nearly as popular among sports The post 3 Superstar Athletes Who Should Replace Cris Carter on First Things First appeared first on CCN Markets
US Interference in Hong Kong Protests Could Hinder China Trade Deal
by Laura Hoy on November 16, 2019 at 1:14 pm
Hong Kong protests are escalating, which has pushed U.S. lawmakers to ‘hotline’ the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. Trump is unlikely to block the bipartisan bill, which could anger Beijing and stall trade talks. While further tension between the U.S. and China isn’t in either nation’s best interest, China’s rhetoric suggests the nation The post US Interference in Hong Kong Protests Could Hinder China Trade Deal appeared first on CCN Markets
Juul Insiders Throw Cash Behind a Surprising Democratic Presidential Candidate
by Mark Emem on November 16, 2019 at 12:00 pm
Kamala Harris received nearly twice as much in campaign donations from Juul insiders than any other Democratic presidential candidate. In fact, she’s received more Juul cash than every other candidate combined. Why are Juul insiders supporting her rather than more popular candidates like Joe Biden? While likely Democratic presidential primary voters rally around Joe Biden, The post Juul Insiders Throw Cash Behind a Surprising Democratic Presidential Candidate appeared first on CCN Markets
US Gaming Carbon Footprint Is Huge as Platforms Target Greener Consoles
by Simon Chandler on November 16, 2019 at 11:00 am
A study from researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory finds that U.S. gamers emit more carbon dioxide than Sri Lanka. Gaming’s carbon footprint may increase with the rise of cloud-based streaming services. The video game industry is actively working to make consoles and devices greener. Gaming is expensive, and in more ways than one. According The post US Gaming Carbon Footprint Is Huge as Platforms Target Greener Consoles appeared first on CCN Markets