Adam Guerbuez Trading Competition Livestream - 4 Traders Head to head - With Prediction Market Available!
Adam Guerbuez is back with his second bitcoin trader competition, this time with prediction market in bitcoin too! Incredibly cool stuff these guys are doing, here's the livestream:
Predictions are closed it seems now but you can see the odds and system they have to let people truly support their idea on the winner of the traders here.
It's holiday season here in the West and you might be wondering: "Should I spend time with my family, or should I trade bitcoin?"
We thought the same thing, so we looked at how the Christmas->New Year price and volume action were on the exchanges in 2013 and 2014.
This was of course the most epic pump we ever had after reaching $100. There was 10-fold increase in price as we skyrocketed above $1,000. So, let's look at the chart from Bitfinex for that time:
Interesting news that went a bit unnoticed in the Martin Shkreli fraud charges. This morning, the notorious biotech CEO who hiked AIDS drug price was arrested this morning, and a law partner at Kaye Scholer Evan Greebel was also arrested.
Evan Greebel is one of the lawyers for the Winkelvoss twins' bitcoin trust which is the foundation for the ETF planned to be launched. References to this title can be found in past stories over the years on Wall Street Journal and many other sites.
You can read the articles from WSJ and Bloomberg to get more information.
No comments has been made yet by the firm or the Winkelvoss twins.
Disgraceful: Cointelegraph publishes nonsense clickbait story about receiving e-mail from Satoshi Nakamoto
What an absolutely disgraceful article from CoinTelegraph today. The headline: "Satoshi Nakamoto Writes To CoinTelegraph About The Nobel Prize" (warning: clicking this link will be supporting clickbait lying headlines in bitcoin).
This is nothing but worthless clickbait. No proof that it is Satoshi is provided, and an absurd claim that he is working on Ethereum is included, which likely points to a motive to pump Ether. The article claims that it is "signed" by Satoshi: