Dogecoin Perspectives and Gamestop Incident

The first meme-coin was born in 2013: Dogecoin (DOGE). This cryptocurrency is kind of an homage to the known meme Doge, which origins go as back as 2005. Then, years later, Jackson Palmer, a marketer for Adobe Systems, bought the Dogecoin.com domain for fun. He started like that what it would be a digital currency…

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e-Money Is Aiming to Bring More Value to Stablecoins

As more people look for safer alternatives to store and transfer their wealth, stablecoins have emerged as a viable option with practically no restrictions. These fiat-pegged crypto assets allow users to store value reliably, but do nothing to account for inflation of the fiat backing the asset. e-Money has developed a new stablecoin, one more…

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How to Properly Invest in New Coins?

The days of ICOs are long gone, but new crypto projects have not stopped appearing. Today, according to the CoinMarketCap service, there are more than 8,000 thousand cryptocurrencies and tokens. And this is without taking into account those that analytic services do not add to the list or exclude from it. The choice is really…

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Why Bitcoin Dominance Is No Longer Relevant To Crypto

Bitcoin dominance is a metric weighing the top cryptocurrency’s market share against the rest of the crypto space, including Ethereum, Polkadot, Cardano, and other altcoins. For years, analysts used it as a tool to predict divergences between altcoins and Bitcoin. However, recently, the metric has lost just about all meaning, and could explain why it…

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