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Sunday, May 28, 2017

ZenGold blows away Dubai's OneGram during their respective ICO's last Friday

On May 26, two gold backed cryptocurrencies commenced their Initial Coin Offerings (ICO), with differing results for each after the first day of trading.  ZenGold, which is cryptocurrency model based on the sale and distribution of 100 million tokens that are each backed by physical gold bullion. sold out its complete offering of 63 million coins in a single day.  And one of the biggest reasons for the incredible success might have been the fact that ZenGold was allowing the use of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether to be used in purchasing the tokens.


In the meantime, Dubai's gold backed OneGram cryptocurrency had a much less successful beginning as their ICO started on the eve of Ramadan, and is set to continue all the way through the duration of the Islamic holiday (June 24).

And as of the end of Friday OneGram had sold only $430,000 worth of a $500 million offering.
OneGram announced at Consenus this week the world’s first Sharia-compliant, gold-backed digital currency. The company also announced details for its “OGC” token crowdsale which will begin at the onset of Ramadan. The Initial Coin Offer (ICO) will continue for 120 days. OneGram seeks to raise an astounding $500 million by selling more than 12+ million OGC tokens. As of today, over $430,000 has been deposited, according to the OGC ICO page. - Crowdfund Insider
Interestingly, there might have actually been a parallel to Bitcoin's $800-900 drop in price on Friday, as it is very possible that Asian investors either sold their Bitcoin to get into ZenGold's ICO, or used their Bitcoins directly in purchasing the new gold backed cryptocurrency.
Friday May 26, 2017 ZenGold launched a cryptocurrency backed by physical gold. Bitcoin and Etherum cryptocurrencies began moving violently in the market place on Friday May 26. ZenGold accepts Bitcoin and Ethereum as currency for the “tokens” of ZenGold.
Would it make sense the drop in both Bitcoin and Ethereum as being related to people moving their cryptocurrencies into ZenGold? Asians love gold and with a gold backed cryptocurrency coming online that accepts the two most popular cryptocurrencies it makes to me that some of what we have seen over the past 48 hours is directly related to the launch of ZenGold. - The Daily Coin

Monday, May 1, 2017

With bonds crashing speculators take Bitcoin to nearly $1500

On May 1 the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury came out at a conference and joked that Wall Street has him to thank for the rise in bank stocks since the Administration took over the Oval Office back in January.  However, this was soon followed by almost contradictory comments by President Trump when he told reporters that he was very open to breaking up these same banks Secretary Mnuchin had praised earlier.

As a consequence, the 30 year Treasury bond took a precipitous dive as yields spiked in a single move the highest they have in over nine years.


Interestingly, the winner in all of this appears to be the crypto-currencies as both Bitcoin and Ether soared during the same time bonds were crashing, and Bitcoin alone reached a new all-time close to $1500 a coin.
The price of Bitcoin accelerated its recent exponential trend higher, soaring to daily all-time highs over the past few days, rising above $1,300 on Friday, then pushing $1,400 on Monday, and even above $1,500 on the second-largest BTC exchange, and was last trading just above $1,460 on Coinbase amid a buying frenzy attributed to speculative investment across the cryptocurrency sector, coupled with liquidity problem at some exchanges which were having problems processing fiat-based transactions. - Zerohedge


Thursday, April 20, 2017

Billionaire investor announces he has put 10% of his money into Bitcoin and Ethereum

A former hedge fund manager and partner over at Goldman Sachs announced on April 19 at a forum at Harvard University that he has put 10% of his net worth into Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Billionaire Mike Novogratz also stated that he considers his investment into crypto-currencies as the 'best investment of his life', and considers that these and other forms of blockchain based currencies will be the future of money and finance.

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Billionaire investor Mike Novogratz is betting big on digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ether. 
"Ten percent of my net worth is in this space," Novogratz said at a forum held at the Harvard Business School Club of New York Wednesday. He declined to say exactly how wealthy he is, but he's a former hedge fund manager at Fortress Investment Group and a Goldman Sachs partner who made the Forbes billionaire list in 2008. 
It's the "best investment of my life," Novogratz said. - CNN Money

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Bitcoin is no longer the only crypto on the block as Etherium's currency Ether crosses over a $2 billion market cap

Ever since the creation of the crypto-currency Bitcoin came into the public sphere in 2009, dozens of other alternative digital currencies have attempted to follow Bitcoin's success.  But only one of course has made that critical leap into widespread confidence and acceptance, causing governments, markets, and even retailers to adapt to its growth.

Until now.

On March 14, just one day before the U.S. government faces a new debt limit crisis and the Federal Reserve is to decide upon whether to raise interest rates, a crypto-currency other than Bitcoin has reached a milestone by becoming only the second digital currency to achieve a market cap of over $2 billion.

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A digital currency called ether has hit a record high market capitalization of more than $2 billion, a milestone only bitcoin has managed to pass. 
One ether currently trades for around $29, hitting a high of over $30 on Monday, according to price tracking website CryptoCompare. 
The figure marks an increase of nearly 20 percent from a week ago. The market cap of the cryptocurrency has surged from $1.8 billion to more than $2.57 billion in the same period. 
Ether was introduced in 2013 and runs on the Ethereum blockchain through the use of an underlying technology that is different to the one that powers bitcoin. - Russia Today