Bloomberg’s recent article noted the rapid growth of certain altcoins which were long considered dead and gone. But due to cryptocurrency’s decentralized nature, no altcoin is truly dead.
Is it too late to buy Bitcoin? This is perhaps the most frequently asked question every veteran member of the crypto community hears from people outside the industry. No matter if the price is on the rise or falling rapidly, people are still worried. Is it too late?
The year 2019 was quite eventful. It was the year when the word “shitcoins” echoed across the halls of the U.S. Congress. It was the year when G7 leaders started talking about bitcoin. Of course, they mostly discussed the ways they could control it considering bitcoin’s growing censorship resistance.
The crypto industry isn’t just startups, projects, coins, or strings of code. It’s also about people who do all those things.
So, 2019 is no more. It’s expired and gone to meet its maker. It was the 10th anniversary of the crypto industry. There were ups and downs, unfulfilled prophecies, mutual criticism, and lots of speculations. In a word, nothing unusual.
Weiss Crypto Ratings Identifies Cryptos with Winning Combination of Adoption and Technology Weiss Crypto Ratings, a division of Weiss Ratings, LLC, today launched a comprehensive report on emerging trends in the cryptocurrency market, assigning top letter grades to coins with the best combination of adoption and technology, indicating a high likelihood of long-term success.
Distributed Lab’s co-founder, Dr. Pavel Kravchenko says that the interest for blockchain technology is gradually fading, and we may expect mass extinction of blockchain startups any moment now.