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Jerome Powell is the Real Bitcoin Bull

Nothing changed in the message the Federal Reserve delivered after concluding its two-day policy meeting on Wednesday. Jerome Powell, the US central bank’s chairman, decided to maintain their benchmark interest rates near zero and pledged to offer more monetary support if necessary. As he delivered his monthly press brief, the US dollar index was falling…

Bitcoin and Its Rebound Relationship with Gold

Bitcoin this week broke up its three-month-old relationship with the US stocks. The hottest cryptocurrency is now dating gold. A rebound relationship ensues. In non-Woody Allen’s terms, the short-term correlation between Bitcoin and the S&P 500 plunged this week – from 78.8 percent two weeks ago to 42 percent. At the same time, the cryptocurrency’s proximity with…

The DeFi Runs Ahead of Bitcoin, Stocks, Gold, And Others

The pace of gains in DeFi is crazy. Also known as Decentralized Finance, the DeFi sector is booming in anticipation that it would change the way people look at finance.  Instead of a prominent banking corporation sitting in the middle of a borrower and a pile of cash, one has an automated protocol governing the…

Beware of a China-Induced Bitcoin Plunge

Last week, CoinStats discussed how Bitcoin investors should prepare for a stormy second half of 2020. So it appears, the raining has started in China. This Monday, the CSI 300 index, a collection of China’s most significant stocks listed in Shenzhen and Shanghai, surged 5.67 percent. It kept on rising higher further into the week, with…

Bitcoin At Risks of Falling as Global Market “Reckoning” Begins

Bitcoin has rallied by more than 150 percent from its mid-March low of $3,858. But the cryptocurrency’s supersonic recovery risks fizzling out amid rising concerns about the next global market sell-off. A string of bearish macroeconomic catalysts, including quantitative tightening, could send Bitcoin price lower. Bitcoin price may find itself amid a global market storm…

Is Pi Network a Scam or Legitimate Crypto Project?

Is Pi Network a crypto scam? Not yet. Because a scam, as it sounds, requires criminal entities to mislead victims into putting their money in a fraudulent scheme. Scammers promise higher investment returns or rewards such as a yacht, a Mercedes Benz, or even a penthouse. But what they do is disappear with the money….