Stocks are sinking and bitcoin is moving higher as the US-China trade war appears to be escalating. Stocks Slide as Trade War Bites On Friday, President Trump’s administration raised tariffs on $200 billion worth of annual Chinese imports from 10 to 25 percent. Now, however,
Wednesday, April 17 — most of the top 20 cryptocurrencies are reporting discreet gains on the day by press time, as bitcoin (BTC) approaches the $5,250 mark. Market visualization courtesy of Coin360 Bitcoin is up over two percent on the day, trading at around $5,242
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“Investing in stocks can be a daunting, complex and decidedly exclusionary activity,” says Bill Barhydt, Abra’s CEO. To that end, his company’s mobile cryptocurrency wallet app has announced a new feature which will allow investors to purchase traditional stocks using bitcoin. The new feature is
Nasdaq has partnered with an Estonian digital trading platform to launch the first Ethereum based tokenized stocks regulated under European Union laws on January 7. EU Regulated Stock Trading On Ethereum In a press release Thursday, DX Exchange confirmed it would offer users the option