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28 July 2021
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Cash in on Crypto? Maybe it’s just me,but the only ones cashing in are the Whales and trading platforms!

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  23. What are the known secrets of the stock market that are unknown to ordinary investors? (29/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  25. Say it is not so???? (24/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  39. Interactive Brokers to offer crypto trading by the end of summer (09/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/interactive-brokers-offer-crypto-trading-143902588.html Wed, June 9, 2021, 10:39 AM IBKR+1.34% NEW YORK (Reuters) - Interactive Brokers Group Inc plans to begin offering cryptocurrency trading through its brokerage within a few months, the company's chairman said on Wednesday. "Customers are asking for it and we expect to be ready to offer it to them by the end of the summer," Interactive Brokers founder and chairman Thomas Peterffy said at a conference held by Piper Sandler. Peterffy did not say which cryptocurrencies would be available to trade, but the New York-based brokerage began offering bitcoin futures in December 2017. The biggest hurdle to offering crypto-trading has been ensuring Interactive Brokers can keep its customers' digital coins safe, Peterffy added. "Think about it, how do you make it 100% sure that no one will steal their coins in spite of the fact that they are untraceable," he said. (Reporting by John McCrank; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)   submitted by   /u/SavannahSmiles_ [link]   [comments]
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  40. The Margin: GasBuddy jumps to No.1 on Apple, overtakes crypto-focused Coinbase App, as gasoline prices hit $3 for first time in 6 1/2 years (12/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Interest in gasoline prices appear to be overtaking appetite for crypto trading prices, at least on Apple's App store on Wednesday.
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  41. The Margin: GasBuddy jumps to No.1 on Apple, overtakes crypto-focused Coinbase App, as gasoline prices hit $3 for first time in 6 1/2 years (12/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Interest in gasoline prices appear to be overtaking appetite for crypto trading prices, at least on Apple's App store on Wednesday.
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  42. Do you believe the crypto market needs to be regulated? (04/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    This is such a difficult question and it’d also be very difficult to regulate or even moderate any forms of illegal activity in the crypto market. One of the very few reasons why COIN IPO was approved in the first place was so that SEC can have greater access to the crypto market in attempts to regulate some of the trading activities. They want their hands on anything that’s considered to be a high-valued lucrative asset and why wouldn’t they? But I would imagine trying to set rules in a place that’s complete out of their jurisdiction isn’t easy to do or even possible at all besides banning the trading of crypto XYZ on exchanges. Some cryptos that I assume SEC wants off their list are cryptos that possess attributes of DOGE and FULLSEND. Both of currency have no utility values besides sticking up a middle finger to the stock/bond market. Gunk that’s currently worth 60B isn’t probably something that SEC finds appealing nor acceptable when they ransack the entire NYSE, NASDAQ, OTCQX, OTCQB and PINK market every second to find any misinformation that brings a stock up 30% in value ensuing criminal charges. Engaging in the trading of DOGE is pretty much playing hot potato at this point and it’s a surety that there’s some level of manipulation that’s led to the current prices because obviously, the fundamentals don’t justify it. When GME was scrutinized so heavily with countless circuit breakers, shutting DOGE down is a no brainer to protect the average clueless investor.   submitted by   /u/water_boat [link]   [comments]
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  43. Market Extra: Crypto for the long term: what’s the outlook? (15/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    As cryptocurrencies take a big step into maturity with the trading debut of Coinbase, it's time to consider their long-term outlook. A pair of financial-markets experts weighed in on that idea at the MarketWatch-Barron’s event Investing In Crypto, held Wednesday.
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  44. Crypto: Bitcoin, Ether, dogecoin rebound as Binance ban seen highlighting crypto maturation (29/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Crypto markets on Tuesday are attempting to clawback from recent lows, which briefly triggered shades of the 2017-18 digital-asset winter.
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  45. Crypto: Let the crypto price wars begin, as Robinhood touts ‘commission free’ trade vs. Coinbase rivals (03/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Is a zero-commission war about to erupt in the crypto arena?
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  46. Whales Bought the Dip as BTC Price Dropped Below $36K (22/05/2021 - Investing.com)

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  47. Crypto czars: Bitcoin mania among investors churns out nine new cryptocurrency billionaires (07/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    As of March 5, 2021, Founder of quantitative trading firm Alameda Research and derivatives exchange FTX Sam Bankman-Fried was crypto’s wealthiest billionaire with $8.7 billion net worth followed by Coinbase CEO and co-founder Brian Armstrong with a net worth of $6.5 billion.
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  48. Earnings Outlook: Coinbase earnings: The crypto platform’s stock could see 65% skid as competition picks up, says one analyst (12/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Crypto platform Coinbase Global is set to issue highly anticipated quarterly results Thursday after the close of regular trading. Here's what analyst are expecting.
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  49. Robinhood is behind Doge rise conspiracy (17/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Doge coin & Robinhood conspiracy With doge coin hitting ATH’s it got me thinking. Several of the alt coins platforms are just too sketchy to invest in. With all the hacks that happened in the last couple years I personally won’t invest in crypto unless it’s something trustworthy like Coinbase. Robinhood has hit a low with consumers but they do allow traders to buy different crypto options that Coinbase doesn’t have. I’m wondering if robinhood secretly had anything to do with doge jumping up. They make the price rise somehow and now everyone comes back to robinhood. All of this ahead of their IPO as well? I almost thought of going back to robinhood. Does anyone else see how this isn’t the craziest theory?   submitted by   /u/wckdisevil [link]   [comments]
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