The recent report on the “Chainlink Fraud” by Zeus Capital has taken the crypto world by storm. LINK is one of the many altcoins that have outperformed Bitcoin this year. This article gives a glimpse of what Chainlink is, its performance this year and the recent report published on it.
Most analysts in any trading market use highly speculative models which aren’t necessarily based on numbers and statistics. There is a growing movement that is striving to creating useful investment strategies.
The cryptocurrency battlefield is witnessing an increasing amount of attention being cast from multiple facets: governments, banks and other institutional investors alike. Here we see the impacts these institutional investors are having on Cryptocurrency markers.
Cryptocurrency has always been in news since its launch, either due to price volatility, ban or upliftment of the ban. There are multiple notions attached to the use of cryptocurrency – will it replace fiat currencies and reduce demand of central banks’ money?
BTC, USDT and USD are three currencies of extremely different nature which causes serious discrepancies in their exchange rates with respect to each other due to different demands, decentralization, regulatory restrictions, liquidity, and size of the market.
In a new Fintech report submitted by the committee headed of the Secretary of Ministry of Economic Affairs to the Ministry of Finance, CoinDCX analyses what the report means for CoinDCX users and India.
Margin Trades are considered to be the quickest way to make money but the risk associated with them are huge. To mitigate the risk of open positions and protect the capital and earned profits, CoinDCX has introduced the partial exit feature in margin trading.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recently imposed restrictions on regulated entities like banks from providing services to any individuals or businesses that buy, sell, or trade in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
In the past week, every cryptocurrency website, blog, and trader was raving about massive investments from Harvard, MIT, Yale, and other popular universities in the United States. But the question on everyone’s mind is – why does this matter?