Blockchain and Universities: A Solution for the Future

Cryptocurrency and Universities: conservative investors should hold cryptos

Harvard, Stanford and MIT: They followed Yale

Cryptocurrency and University: Ivy League Invests Several Million Dollars in Cryptos

Universities and Cryptocurrency: Discreet purchase of cryptos on Coinbase

Bitcoin: Harvard, Yale, Brown and the University of Michigan purchased BTC
Bitcoin: Harvard, Yale, Brown and the University of Michigan purchased BTC

According to sources close to the universities: Harvard, Yale Brown and the University of Michigan, as well as several other universities have started to acquire cryptocurrencies by buying bitcoin directly from Coinbase.

Blockchain and Universities: A Solution for the Future

Blockchain technology and cryptocurrency are proving to be present in several industries worldwide, including education.

Universities and colleges have also quietly begun to increase their understanding, appreciation and involvement in blockchain technology.

Some academic institutions believe that it is worthwhile to teach this new technology to the next wave of industry leaders and champions and are confident enough to invest in it themselves over the long term.

This…


Ethereum new record price: Bitcoin consolidates; Altcoins soar?

Ethereum a new record synonymous with alt season?

Ethereum price: Ether exceeds the ATH of 2018

Ethereum and Google Trends: A new ATH for Google searches

Ethereum VS Bitcoin: Faster than the rise of Bitcoin?

Ether new ATH: What about transaction fees?

Ether: ATH record of 2018 surpassed, Ether price at 1412 USD
Ether: ATH record of 2018 surpassed, Ether price at 1412 USD

On January 04, 2021, the Ether passed the 1000USD mark; the second largest capitalization cryptocurrency registered a gain of more than 40% between January 1 and 18 to reach a new ATH (All Time High) on January 19, 2021. The ether price has thus surpassed its historical record of 2018; it is currently trading around 1410 USD.

Ethereum new record price: Bitcoin consolidates; Altcoins soar?

Over the last few weeks, the Ethereum Foundation Ether has outperformed by about 81% compared to the 26% of Bitcoin in their respective USD pairs.

Investors tend to follow Bitcoin and its new historical highs on a daily basis.

But let’s not forget…


An ATH at 42000US Dollars

BTC price increase: institutional investors like Paypal behind the scenes?

Bitcoin and Paypal: A record volume of cryptocurrency

Bitcoin: 20% rebound in one day

Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency: 2017 Versus 2021

Bitcoin Bull market: A déjà vu in 2017?

Bitcoin: Is it still the right time to buy BTC?
Bitcoin: Is it still the right time to buy BTC?

On Monday, January 11, 2021, after reaching its ATH or historical high of US$42,000, the price of Bitcoin dropped 20%, the crypto-sphere is worried and wonders whether to sell it all or it’s time to buy.

An ATH at 42000US Dollars

Launched for the first time in 2009, Bitcoin is the first cryptocurrency or digital currency created by Satoshi Nakamoto. Since then, Bitcoin has become a common currency and its price continues to amaze everyone.

In 2020, the price of Bitcoin jumped more than 400%, after reaching a low of $3,600 in March.

Last week, Bitcoin was in a rising market trend, also known as…


Stablecoin and the OCC: A First Interpretive Letter in September 2020

Stablecoin: To facilitate customer payment transactions

Stablecoin and OCC: blockchain can reduce transaction costs

Stablecoin: SEC Supports OCC Interpretation

Stablecoins and U.S. Banks: Prices of Cryptocurrency are rising

Stablecoin: U.S. Banks Allowed to Use Stablecoins
Stablecoin: U.S. Banks Allowed to Use Stablecoins

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) said in a second interpretive letter on Monday that U.S. national banks and federal savings associations can participate in Independent Node Verification Networks (INVNs) and use the stablecoins to perform payment activities and other bank-authorized functions.

Stablecoin and the OCC: A First Interpretive Letter in September 2020

The OCC or Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is an independent office within the U.S. Department of the Treasury that was created by the National Currency Act of 1863 and charters, regulates and supervises all domestic banks and federal savings associations and the federal branches and agencies of foreign banks.

On September 21…


Bitcoin : Definition

Bitcoin: How does it work?

Bitcoin: Decentralization

Bitcoin: Who accepts Bitcoin?

Bitcoin: Who determines the price of Bitcoin?

We will try to understand and explain what Bitcoin is today; its characteristics, functionalities, usefulness, potential use and how it works.

Bitcoin : Definition

Etymologically, the word Bitcoin comes from the two words bit and coin;

- Bit is a unit of binary information and

- Coin designates a token.

Bitcoin is an innovative payment network and a new form of unit of value.

It is the very first virtual or cryptocurrency. Being completely virtual, Bitcoins do not exist in a physical form.

These currencies are kept on a public book to which everyone has transparent access.

In other words, Bitcoin is a…


Bitcoin: After Square, other big companies join the crypto sphere

Bitcoin and Microstrategy: $650 million of investments

More and more large companies and institutions such as Square, Microstrategy and Massmutual are getting into Bitcoin.

MicroStrategy’s Bitcoin-focused offering has grown to nearly $650 million after an initial purchase of $100 million. Square has invested $50 million in Bitcoin and said that cryptocurrency “fits the company’s goal.

Bitcoin: After Square, other big companies join the crypto sphere

The year 2020 seems to be the year when institutional investors are buying more and more Bitcoin. Several large companies and institutions are entering the world of crypto and have made a significant investment in Bitcoin.

As a result, retail interests in Bitcoin have skyrocketed; the value of BTC has reached its…


G7 and Cryptocurrency: Joint Statement on Digital Payments Released in October

G7, Cryptocurrency and Stablecoin: A Banking License Required

Cryptocurrency, stablecoin and G7: Need for regulation?
Cryptocurrency, stablecoin and G7: Need for regulation?

On Monday, December 7, 2020, at the end of a virtual meeting, the U.S. Treasury Department said in a statement that the finance ministers and central banks of the advanced economies of the Group of Seven (G7) strongly supported the need to regulate digital currencies.

G7 and Cryptocurrency: Joint Statement on Digital Payments Released in October

On October 13, 2020, a statement was issued stating that digital payment services ‘should be supervised and regulated appropriately to address the challenges and risks to financial stability’.

The declaration, entitled Declaration of G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors on Digital Payments, in which the G7 stated about cryptocurrency; which it defines as alternatives…


Ethereum 2.0: Understanding ETH 2.0

Ethereum staking: Definition

Coinbase and Ethereum 2.0: Staking on the platform soon?

Ethereum 2.0: Phase 0 launched, Staking on Coinbase coming soon
Ethereum 2.0: Phase 0 launched, Staking on Coinbase coming soon

The first phase of Ethereum 2.0 was on Tuesday, December 1, 2020. In an article on their site, Coinbase indicates that it plans to launch the major upgrade with the implementation of a staking service for Ethereum soon; the platform will fully support ETH 2.0 with the implementation of staking and trading functionalities.

Ethereum 2.0: Understanding ETH 2.0

The long-awaited first of December date for Ethereum fans has finally arrived.

Ethereum 2.0 is launched and is accompanied by a rise of the ether price which exceeds 600 dollars. The value of this second blockchain is close to 70 billion dollars. …


Blockchain: Definition, what is Blockchain?

Blockchain: Different types of blockchain

Distributed Ledger Technology

Blockchain: examples of use cases

Blockchain: the technology behind Bitcoin and cryptocurrency
Blockchain: the technology behind Bitcoin and cryptocurrency

Let’s discover together how the Blockchain technology works; the famous recording and information sharing system behind the operation of Bitcoin as well as other cryptocurrencies.

Blockchain: Definition, what is Blockchain?

In August 2008, a character known as Satoshi Nakamoto registered the Bitcoin.org domain online.

Two months later, on October 31, 2008, Nakamoto shared a document entitled: ‘Bitcoin: a peer-to-peer electronic payment system’.

Being still available online, this document explains the concept of the decentralized digital currency: Bitcoin.

It turns out that this famous Bitcoin works thanks to a free software based on a technology called Blockchain, which contains a public ledger of all the transactions…


Grayscale Bitcoin Trust: Cryptocurrency Investment Company

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust: How does it work?

Digital Currency Group: support and acquire crypto companies like Luno

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust: an SEC reporting company in 2020

Grayscale: 500,000 Bitcoins in reserve

Grayscale holds 506,000 Bitcoin for a total of $8.2 billion
Grayscale holds 506,000 Bitcoin for a total of $8.2 billion

On Monday, November 16, 2020, Grayscale Bitcoin Trust announced that it holds more than 500,000 bitcoins, valued at more than $8.3 billion, in its Bitcoin Trust.

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust: Cryptocurrency Investment Company

Founded in 2013 by Barry Silbert, who is also the founder and CEO of the Digital Currency Group (DCG), Grayscale Bitcoin Trust is sponsored by Grayscale Investments, one of the world’s largest digital currency asset managers.

It is a financial vehicle that allows investors to trade shares in trusts that hold large amounts of Bitcoin. …

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