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Crypto investors supported Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump by a wide margin in the 2016 election. But those who supported Trump have invested significantly more of their savings in cryptocurrency. Libertarian Gary Johnson was almost as unpopular with crypto investors as the general population. A recent survey of the political affiliations among cryptocurrency investors found
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James Wiseman made a sudden about-face on his NCAA eligibility status. He may have decided to drop his suit after watching Ohio State college football star Chase Young’s own eligibility saga unfold. Here’s what James Wiseman appears to have learned from Chase Young. November 8, 2019, will be a date that college football and basketball
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Andrew Yang’s plan to regulate big tech will end up backfiring, and trample the Constitution in the process. As technology outpaces government’s understanding of it, policymakers are at a loss in trying to regulate it properly. Yang’s proposal to create more government, not to mention a new department, completely ignores the $22 trillion deficit hanging
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Understanding short-term and long-term moving averages (MAs) is important for trading strategies, whether for cryptocurrency or traditional assets. Two rare but powerful signals that traders look for occur when the short-term and long-term MAs cross. On the upside, that’s the golden cross, and, on the downside, it’s called the death cross. Golden and death crosses have
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The hammer is coming down again on the Karatbars ecosystem as German and South African regulators have taken separate actions over sales of a purportedly gold-backed cryptocurrency. Germany’s Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) disclosed Monday that it had issued a cease-and-desist order against Karatbit Foundation on Oct. 21 for issuing its KaratGold Coin without necessary licensing
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The formerly anonymous administrator of the cryptocurrency exchange WEX, which shut down last summer, has made some shocking claims about the fate of “hundreds of millions” of dollars of clients’ cryptocurrency in talks with Russian police. Russian citizen Alexei Bilyuchenko, who confessed to being the tech administrator of the infamous BTC-e exchange and later co-founder
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Ledger, the creator of the iconic Nano hardware wallet, is wooing institutional investors to use its technology to custody cryptocurrency for themselves with the help of big-name insurance broker Marsh.  Marsh has arranged a $150 million insurance policy from Lloyd’s of London syndicate Arch for users of the startup’s Ledger Vault technology platform, the companies announced
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