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A Senator says Bitcoin is a commodity and will become a currency soon

The U.S. Senator from Wyoming, Cynthia Lummis, recently championed Bitcoin as a future currency in an interview. The interview started with the question, “Is Bitcoin a currency or commodity?” Senator Lummis quickly and confidently responded: “I own [Bitcoin], a commodity. I believe it will be currency someday, but at this point of its existence, it’s a commodity just like cattle, wheat, […]

Global Crypto Owners Predicted to Surpass 1 Billion This Year

There Will Be More Than 1 Billion Crypto Owners Worldwide This Year, Report Shows Crypto.com released its “Crypto Market Sizing” report last week showing an analysis of cryptocurrency adoption worldwide. The global crypto population increased by 178% in 2021, rising from 106 million in January to 295 million in December, the analysis shows, elaborating: Read more

Xoxoday partners with Azteco to enable their users’ reach to the “Consumer Bitcoin” Market

Xoxoday, India’s leader in the Rewards & Incentives industry announces its partnership with Azteco, a London/California based startup aimed at being the easiest and fastest way for consumers to buy Bitcoin. Through its operations in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, California, Dublin, Dubai and Singapore, Xoxoday aims to bring Azteco’s Vouchers to over 760 million mobile users, leveraging […]

Top 10 best Bitcoin wallets (Choose one)

1 KeepKey KeepKey is the premier wallet in the new ShapeShift Platform, a web-based interface that consolidates your many crypto tools into one, beautiful environment. Protect your cryptocurrencies, store your private keys offline, and safeguard your assets from hackers. Hardware Wallet GET WALLET NOW 5/5 2 Ledger Nano The Ledger Nano is a smartcard based […]

Bitcoin Crushed the Breakout

Bitcoin, gold and other assets had been rather quiet in the months following the March sell-off. That was after the novel coronavirus came through, sending a ripple through all sorts of markets. The economy — both globally and here in the U.S. — saw major disruptions. Oil futures went negative at one point, while Treasuries […]

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