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Fake Bakkt Website Emerges but Fails to Scam Crypto Investors

A new Bitcoin (BTC) scam website has emerged. Back in 2017, when the cryptocurrency market hit mainstream news, scam sites began blowing up. Since everyone was so desperate to get their hands on digital currency or invest in a project that could give them 10X the return, the scammers often won. Now, cryptocurrency investors are much more cautious, and this new fake Bakkt website was easily identified.

Martin Lewis Files Lawsuit Against Facebook Over Crypto Scams

Crypto scams are not new. In fact, we have seen many this year. It’s a recognized problem within the crypto space, and now it appears one British finance behemoth has had enough. Now, Martin Lewis is suing Facebook. Lewis has had enough of Facebook acting as the platform in which crypto scams are performed. Especially scams that use his name and his face. 

Cryptocurrencies for Kids: A New Business Opportunity On The Crypto Sphere

The cryptomarket has entered most sectors – from charity to gaming to banking, the use of blockchain and cryptocurrencies have been incorporated in many areas. However, there has been one sector left out (perhaps because of legal fears); the market for children. Children and cryptocurrency is a taboo that many have refrained from discussing, but nevertheless, a team of developers and designers have created Pigzbe: “A piggy-wallet powered by Wollo, a family-friendly cryptocurrency.”

Payment Services Companies Are Showing Confidence in Ripple’s xRapid Product

Although Ripple (XRP) has lost more than half of its value in the last couple of weeks, the digital currency continues impressing investors and companies with its unique features and the potential to make cross-border payments in a faster way than any other digital currency. Currently trading around a price of $1.35, Ripple is down significantly from its all-time high of $3.80.

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Cardano, Litecoin and the Entire Cryptocurrency Market Continue to Suffer Major Losses, Here’s Why

The cryptocurrency market has lost over $100 billion dollars overnight and Bitcoin (BTC) and many altcoins have lost close to 40% in value. Many new cryptocurrency investors have begun to panic and are frantically searching for an explanation. The chart below depicts a trending sell off the past four years around the ramp up to the Chinese New Year.

Coinbase Not Growing Fast Enough?

Coinbase has become the go-to cryptocurrency exchange and is said to have been the center of driving up the value of Bitcoin lately. While there are many other cryptocurrency exchanges around the world, Coinbase has become the center for the average-joe American digital currency trade. No company on the market has made the buying/selling process more simple, let alone the signing up and linking your bank account process. Back in January of this year, there were 5.5 million accounts opening on the website and as of today, there are over 13.3 million.