Survey Finds South Korean Youth the Most Active Crypto-Investors (news.bitcoin.com)

A survey released this week reveals that many South Koreans in their 20s are actively investing in digital assets. The region has become a hotbed for cryptocurrency exchanges as more than 2 million South Korean citizens own one of the top digital assets.
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Bitcoin to top US$29000 by year's end while ethereum may more than triple, survey finds

Consumer product and services comparison website Finder's survey of nine blockchain industry participants on the price trend for the world's top 12 cryptocurrencies found that ethereum will see the biggest increase in market cap, at 212 per cent, followed by bitcoin at 194 per cent, and bitcoin cash at …
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Study Finds Little Correlation Between Tether Printing and Bitcoin’s Price (news.bitcoin.com)

Over the past few months there’s been a lot of internet chatter concerning the digital currency tether (USDT) and whether or not it’s really backed by U.S. dollars. Further, there’s been skeptics, speculators, anonymous Twitter handles, and well-researched reports that claim tether printing moved the price of BTC considerably this past year. However, just recently a Ph.D. student at the University of Groningen analyzed the situation, and his findings reveal the theory of new tethers pumping…

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Bitcoin Enthusiast Finds Undiscovered Cave and Names It Satoshi (news.bitcoin.com)

Few people will ever encounter an undiscovered natural wonder, and then have the pleasure of naming it. That’s what happened to Guido Turricchia and his intrepid band of explorers deep within the Papua New Guinean jungle and deep beneath the earth. The speleologist found a new cave and had the honor of christening it. The epithet the environmental engineer and bitcoin enthusiast chose? Why, Satoshi.
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