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Bitcoin and Blockchain | Banks Must Embrace or “Bite the Dust”

With all the constant news about the price of Bitcoin, it’s possible to forget what it was invented for. Cryptocurrency trading plays only a small role in what Bitcoin and blockchain technology can do for our world. Most importantly, they can end the hegemony central banks have on the way we make payments to each other.

Today, there are supposedly thousands of cryptocurrencies available. Many of which seeks to fix the issues central banks have created. However, they don’t all have the same goals. While some may wish to obliterate our current banking system, others simply want to improve it. Banks must find a way to work with these co-operative cryptocurrencies or they will likely face extinction.

The Current Banking System is Too Complicated

In 2015 a global financial literacy test found that 57% of adult Americans are financially illiterate. It’s not surprising then that most people don’t know how complicated it is to transfer money between banks. It’s painstakingly complicated, it’s the reason why payments can take so long – days or even weeks in some circumstances.

When money doesn’t leave a bank, transfers are easy. For example, if two people use the same bank and transfer funds between themselves it’s very straightforward. The bank simply debits the payer funds and credits the receiver.

But when we need to pay someone who uses a different bank this becomes an issue. You would assume that it would work the same way, but unfortunately not. Instead, each bank must have an account with each other to give and receive funds.

To pay someone who belongs to another bank, the funds must first be given to the bank. The bank then takes that money and puts it in their own account in the other bank. Once that money is there, it is transferred to the receiver. This means funds can sometimes be swapped between different hands numerous times before they reach their destination. This entire process becomes even longer when there are large quantities of funds involved.

Blockchain technology can simplify this process, making transactions more direct. Additionally, this also makes transactions cheaper as well.

Blockchain Technology is Ripe for the Globalized World

The old method that is currently in place does not fit in with the world we now live in. Companies are increasingly multinational with offices in many different countries. The process above becomes even more complex when it includes foreign banks. These banks may not have accounts with each other, which might mean a third country may need to be involved.

This is an irrelevant issue for blockchain technology which overcomes this issue. With Bitcoin, overseas transactions can take place at the same speed as domestic transactions.

Funds will be safer

Blockchain technology has also been highlighted as a safer alternative to transferring funds as well.

Decentralized vs. Centralized

One of the key selling points blockchain is that it is decentralized. Centralized networks, such as banks, put themselves at risk because they are easier to hack. Once inside a centralized network, a hacker has access to everything. It only takes one weakness to be manipulated.

By being decentralized, all information is shared amongst everyone all the time. This means that no one is in control of the network. For a hacker to manipulate the information on the network, they would need to control at least 51% of it. This is no easy feat and would require an extremely powerful computer.

Restoring Trust with Transparency

Trust is a major issue for many banks, especially after the 2008 crash. In 2017, a YouGov survey uncovered a number of interesting insights into global trust in banks. While 74% of Americans trust banks, only 37% of Europeans do.

Blockchain technology is also able to restore people’s trust in banks. Most blockchain’s use what is called a distributed ledger. This ledger is used to record every single transaction that takes place and can be viewed by anyone.

With such a powerful tool, banks can be properly regulated. This not only reduces illegal activity, such as money laundering. It also shows clients how their money is being used and transferred.

Cryptocurrencies Working with Banks

Some cryptocurrencies have been designed specifically to work with banks. One of the largest already doing this is Ripple, which is also considered the third largest cryptocurrency. Ripple works by acting as an exchange for money transfer. By doing this, transactions are more direct, much faster and cheaper as well.

Bitcoin’s Position

Bitcoin was designed as an alternative to fiat money. In an ideal world, users would not need to have banks or bank accounts, they would only need bitcoin. This, of course, puts it at odds with the banking world.

Despite the above, it is still possible Bitcoin can integrate with it. Some banks are already doing it and it could ensure their survival. Though, for wide-scale adoption to happen, it is likely Bitcoin will need to be a lot more stable.

Until that point is reached, Bitcoin is prime to be traded. Traders can utilize BitMex signals and Deribit Signals to make the most of it.

Conclusion

Blockchain technology benefits many industries for the better, most of the time making them more efficient. Banking is another industry that urgently needs to be simplified and blockchain looks like the perfect way to do that.

There are several benefits to adopting blockchain technology: banks can simplify transactions between themselves, making the process quicker and cheaper; banking institutions will be impenetrable to hackers, ensuring their client’s funds are safe; banks will be able to increase trust in their clients by utilizing a distributed ledger.

The banking sector will find it tough to accept the changes and some may fight them. This may even result in some banks closing and some new ones opening. It should be considered that different countries may adopt blockchain at a slower rate and may use a different blockchain. But the result will be the same, banks must embrace change or “bite the dust”.

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Token Sales Drop 90 Percent

With a bear market and a change in sentiment around ICOs, the risk of using such a fundraising mechanism now constitutes a cheaper, more reliable way of hosting a crowdsale. A staggering collapse this year in ICO funding – from $2.5 billion in February to $181 million by September – means that it has become vital for startups to actively reduce their risk and costs.

This means trimming the fat where possible. An equitable way of achieving this is through one of the emerging ICO platforms wherein a token sale can be launched inexpensively in a matter of days.

While still a valuable way to raise funds, and potentially a lot if the project gains traction, it no longer reliably attracts the level of funding needed to justify a bespoke platform built from scratch. Essentially, startups can no longer throw money at contractors to build their ICO platform; they must explore cheaper options to help balance the books.

Moving Forward with Changing Times

The dizzy heights of what in retrospect looks like a crypto bubble, with Bitcoin grabbing international headlines for stopping just short of $20,000, appear to have gone. No commentator can say with complete confidence where the ceiling is, but this much is clear: speculation and fervor in cryptocurrency markets have seen a dramatic slowdown in recent times.

Startups need to be asking retail investors for their pocket change and not promising get-rich-quick schemes with x1000 growth, which Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin aptly suggests is now highly unlikely at best.

“The next step will be getting people who are already interested in cryptocurrencies to be involved in a more in-depth way,” Buterin said. “Go from just people being interested to real applications of real economic activity.”

Token Sale Solutions to Help Ground your Project

Removing overinvestment into ICO launches is the smart money move right now. Larger projects who enjoy extensive media coverage and wider publicity may be the exception, but no smaller startup should be hedging their bets on developing a crowdsale platform in these conditions.

In fact, many companies have already moved to use token sale solutions. There are a host of options already on the market, so here are just a couple.

LexICO, an offshoot to LEXIT (LXT) – an online marketplace for the buying and selling of assets, intellectual property, and whole or parts of companies – is a full solution for launching ICOs, airdrop and bounty campaigns. It offers significant discounts for those who pay using the native platform token and aims to help startups customize their token sale and organize all KYC requirements.

An alternative solution exists in Das33 that aims to create a strongly structured process for ICOs whereby the platform retains control. It has a few interesting features; for example, when participants pledge funds to a project they receive a ‘premium token’ in exchange which yields rewards after targets are met.

Das33 certainly try to address recent bearish sentiment around ICOs by emphasizing the level of oversight it will have on applying projects. However, crypto-heads can tend towards skepticism over one entity holding all of the keys which could affect how many users are attracted to the platform.

The summer of 2018 will be remembered for failing to provide many startups with funding from token sales. Markets change, and few faster than in crypto, so as we enter into the next phase it is vital that fundraising tactics are adapted to current conditions. This strategy will begin with companies learning to launch more efficient ICOs.

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The International Remittance Market | Will Blockchain Take it Over?

Data shows that the international remittance market is huge. In 2016, migrants living in different parts of the world transferred more than $570 billion USD to their home countries. Even though several FinTech overseas money transfer companies have made their presence felt in recent times, the field is still dominated by three of the original players – MoneyGram, Western Union, and Ria. Between them, they account for around 25 percent of the total market share.

What Has FinTech Done?

Unlike the scenario a couple of decades ago, individuals no longer have to rely on banks or a limited number of high street forex brokers to send money overseas. This is because of the arrival of a number of FinTech companies such as OFX, TorFX, HiFX, Currencies Direct, WorldRemit, and TransferWise. Their growth is apparent too. For instance, TransferWise became the first FinTech unicorn – valued at over $1 billion USD – from this realm to achieve profitability. It achieved this within five years of beginning operations.

So far, FinTech companies have multiple factors working in their favor. While they have managed to reduce the cost of cross-border fund transfers, they have made the process quicker too. In addition, some of the FinTech companies give their customers different transfer and payment methods from which to choose.

What Has Blockchain Done?

Blockchain technology appears to be making slow but steady inroads into the international remittance market. In early 2018, MoneyGram became the first overseas money transfer company to announce the use of Ripple’s blockchain technology on a trial basis. Western Union followed suit soon after.

In mid-20188, Singapore-based InstaReM teamed up with Brazil-based BeeTech with the aim of making fund transfers between South America and Asia-Pacific faster and more affordable. This collaboration was made possible after both companies adopted the use the Ripple’s blockchain technology.

Banks from different parts of the world are waking up to what blockchain has to offer as well. Examples include French bank Crédit Agricol, India’s IndusInd Bank, and Itau Unibanco Holding SA from Brazil.

What Benefits Does Blockchain Have to Offer?

Although still in its nascent stages, blockchain holds the potential to change the way people send and receive money to and from foreign countries.

  • Reducing costs. World Bank’s data suggests that the average cost of sending money overseas stands at more than 7%. In addition, while the cost of using a bank averages at around 11%, using an online money transfer company costs an average of 5.3%. While the latter still depend on the former to function as intermediaries, blockchain-based transfers can do away with using banks completely. This, in effect, can help make cross-border transfers more cost effective.
  • Enhanced security. The centralized manner in which banks and most overseas money transfer companies function makes them vulnerable to different types of online threats. Blockchain, on the other hand, is completely decentralized in nature, which makes is rather hard to penetrate. Besides, unique entries corresponding to all transactions are marked in a digital ledger, and remain impossible to fudge.
  • Quicker turnaround times. Most banks still take days to process international money transfers. Their FinTech counterparts may take one to four or more business days, depending on where you and the recipient live. Cryptocurrency transfers do not rely on geographical boundaries and can go through almost immediately.
  • Wider reach. Inadequate access to conventional forms of banking remains a problem in several parts of Asia, Africa, and South America. This has an adverse effect on how people from these regions may send or receive international payments. However, mobile phone usage in these areas is fairly high. With an online blockchain-based cryptocurrency wallet, sending or receiving money can become fairly simple.

Is There Any Possible Downside?

Being exposed to currency conversion twice is a disadvantage that currently exists with cryptocurrency-based international transfers. For example, consider sending money from the U.S. to Canada. You will first need to purchase a cryptocurrency using U.S. dollars. The recipient will then need to sell the cryptocurrency to buy Canadian dollars.

Which Companies Offer Crypto-Based International Transfers?

While most of the older well-established players appear to be biding their time to see where blockchain technology goes, some startups have taken the bull by the horn. Some of the companies that rely on blockchain technology to carry out cross-border fund transfers include:

  • Ripple
  • Circle
  • Abra
  • MOIN
  • Coins.ph
  • BitPesa

Conclusion

With blockchain making its presence felt in various fields, from banking, to ecommerce, to even elections, it looks like it is all set to revolutionize the way people carry out overseas money transfers. Its growth, though, appears to depend on how quickly people start using cryptocurrencies in their everyday lives.

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What is it? – Crypto Currency News

The rise of cryptocurrency was so sudden and widespread that before the world could realize what was happening, it was knee-deep in it.

Cryptocurrency gained extreme popularity due to its new-found status as an investment option, away from exchange-rate risks which come with all the other investment options. With such risks involved in cryptocurrency, the upcoming gold-backed cryptocurrencies are attempting to stabilize it to some extent and provide some security to cryptocurrency owners.

How does Cryptocurrency Work?

Cryptocurrency is not present in a tangible form since it is a product of blockchain technology. This might make one not take it seriously, but the unbeatable growth of cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, is proof of why one should take it seriously.

Cryptocurrency functions are very different from those of fiat money. It is a digital currency, free of regulations created by governments and banks.

Knowing that cryptocurrency is completely decentralized encourages many to use it; but often times, that also becomes the reason behind the downfall of the currency as well as an increase in the risk involved.

There is no tangible structure of how cryptocurrency is made and as its creation depends on demand and supply.

The Uncertainty and Volatility of Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency is hard to understand and requires extensive research on the part of the buyer to safely purchase any form of it.

Apart from issues like losing one’s cryptocurrency wallet, being the victim of a hack, lack of proper legal assistance for retrieval, etc., there is an issue with the uncertainty and volatility of the cryptocurrency market.

The precise factor that drives the rate of cryptocurrencies is not always possible to point out. However, like most commodities in the market, its rate depends on demand and supply.

However, since the size of a crypto-market is much smaller than an actual stock market, a small movement of a given cryptocurrency can have a huge impact on its price.

The issue of the legality of cryptocurrencies is also concerning. Some governments deem it illegal because an alternate currency against the nationalized currency would mean huge problems for the government, not to mention the lack of income in the form of taxes.

Once cryptocurrencies started being perceived as safe havens for investments, it was only a matter of time until gold and cryptocurrency formed a relationship.

Furthermore, the gold market’s value or, simply, gold price is fixed at any given time and this is comforting considering cryptocurrency rates fluctuate without any explanation or set pace.

Gold is considered to be one of the most precious metals and a safe way to invest money and get results in the long run. Since gold is present in a physical form, it is much more reliable for the most of the population.

Several gold-backed cryptocurrencies are coming up and have started offering ICO’s (Initial Coin Offerings) to raise money for their startups. The ICO can be bought with fiat money easily.

This way, gold-backed cryptocurrencies aim at providing some sense of security to the owners for their digital money also has some value in the form of fiat money.

This is truly revolutionary as it bridges the gap between digital currencies and fiat money. However, this does not indicate any market relation between the two and neither is it going to affect gold prices.

How Gold-Based Cryptocurrency Works

In order to issue such a currency, a token or coin representing the value of gold is issued. The value of gold per coin/token can depend on the cryptocurrency itself.

For instance, OneGram- a new cryptocurrency based on gold, is setting up a floor price for all of its coins as the gold price of 1 gram of gold.

This gold is safely stored with a third party or can be traded with other coin-dealers/holders.

This ensures a minimum value of the token/coin as the value of this gold is based on the gold price of the day; so, even at a minimum, the coin will be equal to the current gold price.

Certain countries, too, are looking to issue their own gold-backed forms of cryptocurrency, since it offers a tangible reality earlier missing from cryptocurrencies.

In an attempt to move away from cash, China is developing its own cryptocurrencies. Since China is the world’s top buyer of gold and has been storing up gold in its bank reserves, it wouldn’t be surprising if this new cryptocurrency is also backed by gold.

Gold-Backed Cryptocurrencies You Can Invest In

Already, there are several companies offering gold-based cryptocurrencies to buyers.

Physical gold ensures that the value of these cryptocurrencies is stored in vaults in various countries across the world, depending on the token involved and the cryptocurrency itself.

These are some of the gold-backed cryptocurrencies being offered on the market right now:

  1. Lionsgold
  2. OneGram
  3. Goldmint
  4. Xaurum
  5. Gold Coin

Other crypto-currencies are in the process of being started off and are offering pre-ICOs (a token sale offered before the official ICO campaign or crowd sale), which can help investors and buyers make quite some money.

However, it is crucial to do proper research before one makes an investment in these cryptocurrencies.

  1. Golden Currency
  2. GoldVein
  3. GoldMineCoin

How to Buy Gold-Backed Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin and Ethereum are two major cryptocurrencies that are being used to buy alternate cryptocurrencies.

To buy any gold-backed cryptocurrency, it is essential to have a stash of Bitcoin or Ethereum first.

Different platforms and cryptocurrencies have their own requirements of what is needed to make a purchase, depending upon the token and what it runs on. Usually, Ethereum is used for this purpose.

In order to buy Bitcoin or Ethereum, fiat money can be deposited at crypto-exchanges. It is important to use only trusted and approved crypto-exchanges for this purpose.

>> Check out these 10 Crypto Exchanges

What to Take Away

Cryptocurrencies have been popular and feared at the same ever since they came into being, but using gold to back cryptocurrency is sure to make them a much more reliable form of currency.

The development and success or failures of the many upcoming ventures of gold-based cryptocurrencies are much-awaited in order to see the fate of this new form of cryptocurrency.

It is important to be well-informed before investing in a cryptocurrency, since most people lose money without understanding what exactly happened.

An understanding and proper knowledge of the crypto market is necessary to venture into the world of cryptocurrency; once done, it can yield unbeatable results and have many other advantages as well.

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To HODL or not to HODL? That is the Question. – Crypto Currency News

HODL (Hold on for Dear Life) is the mantra of the crypto community because the prices of cryptocurrency fluctuate so wildly that a bad day can quickly turn into a good day. And a good month in Bitcoin can turn negative just as fast. The idea of HODL is to wait out the storm because the crypto markets have been trending upward for years and history teaches that all Bitcoin storms end up leaving bag holders with beachfront property. More specifically, HODL teaches that time is on your side if you are able to wait. But is this really true?

The History of Bitcoin

Bitcoin is often described as a bubble because of how fast the prices rose. Calling Bitcoin a bubble shows a lack of financial understanding as I described here, but the reason people do so is because sharp price rises are a classic indicator of a bubble. What is interesting is that Bitcoin has been called a bubble many times because it has in fact grown rapidly over the years. Bitcoin started at less than $1 and by the time it was $3 it would have been called a bubble by many. But then it rose to $12 and was once again called a bubble. People like to say that “what goes up must come down.” However, the law of gravity is a poor investment strategy and would have failed you at $12 Bitcoin which rose again to $20, and then $50 and all along people called it a bubble. Bitcoin’s price spikes have occurred hundreds of times and each time justifying a small part of the bubble definition. But in late 2018 the price of Bitcoin soared to almost $20,000 and many people who once feared the bubble were now buying into it.

The Bumpy Ride

Looking only at the highs of Bitcoin can be misleading, giving the impression Bitcoin only goes up…it does not. Rather Bitcoin is notorious for its wild swings of as much as 10% in a day, or even an hour. This is when HODL can prevent emotional investors from making the worst mistakes of buying high “look how fast it’s going up” and selling low “Bitcoin is dead, better get out now.” But when is HODL a mistake? When can refusal to sell create more risk than it prevents? That is too difficult to answer because the real answer is “it depends.”

There is a lesson in Psychology here. It is the trap of cognitive dissonance. Essentially, when we do something that makes us uncomfortable we have two choices, to change our behavior or change how we think about that behavior. With Bitcoin, if you refuse to sell and the price goes down, you will either sell (change your behavior) or rationalize and think ‘it will go back up’ (change the way you think about that behavior). Is HODL a good or bad strategy for you today? That is for you to decide. However, it has served me well as I first bought into Bitcoin when it was rising rapidly from $500 to $1,100 in late 2013 before the 2014 crash. Should I have used HODL when the price fell to $250 or should I have sold my coins? Clearly, HODL would have been the better strategy even as the price seemed to have no bottom.

No one can predict the future, but the only trend Bitcoin has so far followed 100% of the time is that Bitcoin breaks its all-time high. It has 8 years of breaking its all-time highs. With adoption rates still low for cryptocurrency, it would be very surprising if Bitcoin has actually hit a wall, a permanent crash, that it will never recover from. What is far more likely is that Bitcoin will do what it has always done and in time, break its previous high.

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