Politics

Stocks, Digital Assets, and Commodities Start the Week in the Green

It’s been nearly half a year since Italy first imposed a full lockdown on their citizens, and most of the rest of the world soon followed. The lockdowns proved extremely effective at combating the spread of the virus but also came with a heavy cost. The impact these measures had, however, became completely useless after the restrictions ceased. It’s 48 days until the next U.S. presidential election. Similar to the lockdown measures, a U.S. president is only effective while they are in power, thanks in part due to a rapidly

Bitcoin Reddit Roundup – August 2020

Welcome to the 3rd edition of Reddit Roundup by Nik and Flip of Bitcoin Magazine!This contains 40 links to most of the best quality content that was uploaded to Reddit for this month. Most links come from the popular r/bitcoin, but we also retrieved posts from other ones as well such as r/BitcoinMining.In this roundup, there are 10 different categories each link falls under, and the categories are: Privacy, Adoption, Development, Security, Mining, Business, Education, Regulation & Politics, Archaeology (Financial Incumbents), and last but not least Memes, Fun, And Other.Some

Heads of Binance.US and eToro grace Fortune’s top 40 under 40 list for 2020

Fortune picked out a number of individuals deemed as most influential for 2020, listing 40 different names across five separate sectors. Binance.US CEO, Catherine Coley, and eToro CEO Yoni Assia found their names on the list, published on Sept. 2, under the finance section. Technology, politics, healthcare and media made up the other sections, each holding the top 40 people under the age of 40  — putting a total of 200 individuals on the list across all sectors. Binance.US serves as the United States' regulatory-friendly crypto trading option under exchange powerhouse Binance. EToro gives

Despite Utility, Bitcoin Cannot Fix Venezuela

There are some misconceptions about how frequently Bitcoin is being used in Venezuela and the problems it can solve there.  In issue number 18 of Bitcoin Magazine, published in January 2014, Cathy Reisenwitz wrote one of, if not the, first accounts arguing why Venezuelans could benefit from Bitcoin — an article titled “Grounded Venezuelans May Want to Escape to Bitcoin.” The original cryptocurrency, Reisenwitz stated, could provide an escape hatch from what was then escalating economic oppression under the regime of President Nicolás Maduro. To that end, she also wrote