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Over 800+ Blockchain Start-ups In Switzerland's Crypto Valley At Risk, Citing Lack Of Government Aid Amid Crisis...

Venturelab, a support organization for start-ups says financial help offered by the government to weather the coronavirus crisis isn’t sufficient. 

Included among those start-ups - over 800 blockchain/crypto focused companies that made Switzerland's 'Crypto Valley' their headquarters.

Video courtesy of CNN Money Switzerland 


April Crypto Outlook: Why The Crypto Rally Could Intensify in April...

Welcome to the April Crypto Outlook with Contentworks, an agency specialising in content marketing for financial services, crypto and blockchain.

March was a difficult month for the crypto markets. Actually, it was a difficult month for everyone! In the past 30 days, most cryptocurrencies declined by more than 10%. Ethereum dropped by more than 40% while XRP and BTC dropped by more than 28%. At the same time, March was a month of recovery as BTC rose by more than 40% from its monthly low.

BTC, ETH, and XRP dropped in March

Why Bitcoin Dropped in March
There were several reasons why the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies dropped in the past month. First, the overall sentiment in the market was relatively weak as investors dumped their holdings. In March, major global indices like the Dow Jones, Nasdaq, DAX, and CAC dropped by more than 10% as investors worried about the impact of Coronavirus.

Secondly, the price dropped as more people moved to fiat currencies as more countries and states started lockdowns. In such lockdowns, fiat currencies like dollars, euros and pounds become more valuable because they are accepted in most retail shops.

Thirdly, most investors sold their crypto holdings to cover margin calls in other assets. Fourth, there was a lack of demand from institutional investors, who had seen their other holdings drop by more than 10%. Finally, and most importantly, there were concerns among investors about whether Bitcoin would survive a recession.

April Bitcoin Outlook
In April, the focus will remain on these issues. Investors will still be concerned about Coronavirus, which is continuing to kill thousands. The performance will depend on how long international markets will remain closed.

However, the outlook for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will be better in April. This is because the perception among many investors is that the price has already bottomed. This could lead to more demand in the coming month.

Another factor that will influence its price is the decision by the Federal Reserve to accelerate money printing, through the process of quantitative easing. The process, together with large stimulus packages could force many people to question the health of their fiat holdings. More so, people could learn from how the dollar weakened when the Fed started its first quantitative easing. Therefore, all this could lead to more inflows into the crypto market and push their prices higher.

In addition, May is approaching. Between May and June, the number of Bitcoin blocks distributed to miners will be cut into half (halving). This process reduces supply, which is a positive thing for the price since there will be demand. As shown on the chart below, the price of Bitcoin has risen before and after the previous two halvings.

Bitcoin price tends to rise before and after halving

Bitcoin April Technical Forecast
On the four-hour chart below, we see that the BTC/USD pair has pared back its earlier losses and is trading at the 38.2% Fibonacci Retracement level. The price has also found significant resistance slightly below the 7,000 level. Meanwhile, the pair has also formed a triangle pattern, which is nearing its tip. This implies that the price could soon breakout to the upside, and possibly move to the 78.6% Fibonacci level of 9,000.

Final Thoughts
Bitcoin has bounced back from its monthly low of less than $3,500 as sentiment in the market has improved. Similarly, gold too, has managed to recover from its March lows and is currently near its 7-year high. In April, we expect that BTC will make some significant gains as markets stabilize, demand rises, and halving optimism returns.

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US Gov Opens Cashflow Floodgates - How Will Crypto Market React When MILLIONS Of Millennial's Get Payouts?

crypto and the Coronavirus Aid Package
We're on the verge of the biggest relief fund ever being sent to the people it's supposed to help.

The $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package includes $500 billion for large companies, $339 billion for local governments, $377 billion for small business, and a long list of smaller allocations for specific or specialized purposes (such as stocking up on supplies in the case of future pandemics).

But the portion that could impact the markets - $560 billion, dedicated to helping individuals...

Distributed as direct payments appearing automatically in people's bank accounts, checks arriving in the mail, and additional payments on top of these which people can apply for online, such as unemployment.

Worth mentioning - for the first time ever unemployment will cover freelancers and gig workers, such as Uber drivers.

The basic breakdown is, any American earning under $99k will receive a payment of approximately $1200, then if they're not working at the moment (and most people are not) they qualify for unemployment - another $600/week. The unemployment is supposed to last up to 4 months, and while the $1200 is currently a 1 time payment, politicians are already discussing a possible second payment.

Stuck at home, no work, but still bringing in $3600 throughout April - this has to impact the market somehow...

Who else feels like most crypto traders will make sure at least some of this ends up in their portfolio?

I can confirm within the circle of friends I've been keeping in contact with while under these 'shelter in place' orders - some already know the first several trades they'll be making as soon as the funds appear in their bank account balance.

But that's hardly surprising among Silicon Valley millennial's - so i'm wondering, how about this generation in general?  Keep in mind, the 'millennial' label covers everyone 22 to 38 years old, and while nobody can be sure, the crypto market is estimated to be made up mostly of people under 45.

With that in mind, I asked some experts from the tech and crypto world for their predictions on how these funds will be spent...

IBM Blockchain developer, Co-Founder of MarketOrders, and #1 best selling author Sukhi Jutla believes people will be putting a lot of thought into their spending, telling me "I think it’s becoming increasingly clear that the coronavirus pandemic is pulling us into uncharted territory and truly unprecedented times. I think they will be inclined to spend the money on essentials" that doesn't mean we won't be seeing the effects in the market, she added "I expect to see the crypto markets react in a volatile manner to the continued uncertainty in the markers and it is where ironically the most profits are made (in volatile markets) so we will see investors buying up a lot of cheap assets and also offloading them."

Steve Ehrlich, CEO and Co-founder of Voyager Digital believes many know how to play things smart, explaining "Initially, they’ll cover their basic needs and essentials first" but acknowledged, this is a generation that has learned to hustle "While many are concerned about their future, it’s this same worry that could lead them to investing for the future, by wanting to generate more from this money than received at face value. Keep in mind, millennial's are less risk-averse than older generations and more likely to see how they can put that money to work, whether through a side-hustle or investing".

On the other hand, Head of Product Strategy at TradeStation Crypto, James Putra, seems to share a similar view as my peer group. I asked him if crypto's current low prices are just too tempting to pass up, he said "Sure, those that are into trading and investing will likely seize the opportunity to go bargain hunting in the stock or crypto markets. I’m pretty sure that my check will go to cryptocurrency. It seems unlikely that those who are not currently investing will drop this found cash into stocks or crypto currency. This money gets them one step closer to that trip, house, retirement or other long-term financial goal." 

Jonathan Keim, Director of Communications at InvestorBrandNetwork & CryptoCurrencyWire, balanced out the above points, he thinks if they have some savings already, these funds are prime to put into the market.  Otherwise, they will likely guard any funds they need to survive on until they're able to work again "It’s very hard for someone who has never invested on their own to put money into anything with risk. I believe we’re more likely to see the parents of the millennial's put money into cryptocurrencies as a result of the lower prices and concerns over potentially unprecedented inflation."

But everyone, myself included is simply giving their best guess - it's going to be an interesting few weeks as these funds land in the hands of the people who will decide where they'll be spent.

We've never seen these conditions before, and no scenario in the past was similar enough to attempt to draw comparisons from history - there's nothing but uncharted waters ahead, as far as the eye can see.

Author: Ross Davis
E-Mail: Ross@GlobalCryptoPress.com Twitter:@RossFM

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BEGGING For Permission To Search The City Trash Dump, PRAYING To Find His Hard Drive with 7,500 Bitcoins On It...

This story is painful to watch.  Follow the man who was one of (perhaps the first) person to ever mine Bitcoin.  Back then it was easy, and his old computer held a nearly worthless 7500 BTC on it when he became bored and moved onto other things.

Smart enough to save the hard drive in case Bitcoin became popular in the future, but not careful enough when he was cleaning up... days later realizing he threw away the wrong one.

Worth about 50 MILLION today, he knows where it is - the massive city trash dumps.

But so far local leaders haven't let him conduct a search.  He has investors willing to bring machines and man power, and even offered to give a cut to the city government.

Video courtesy of Strive Finance

Crypto Markets Surge and "Leave Stocks In The Dust" - Plus, Let's Clear Up Confusion Around Bitcoin Being a 'Safe Haven' Asset...

Bitcoin Recovery under coronavirus
It's been an intense week, especially here in Silicon Valley, the first area of the US given 'shelter in place' orders. Why we were first hasn't been explained, but it's likely because of the amount of economic power in an area where Google, Apple, and Facebook employees live on the same street.

Since the Coronavirus pandemic took full effect, Bitcoin crashed down to the low $5000 and spent over a week floating around this zone.

Stocks performed the same, causing many to point out once again how the two markets often mirror each other, even though there's major fundamental differences.

Those differences may allow for a much easier recovery, as stocks continue to suffer, Bitcoin broke out with a 20% surge, peaking around $6900.

Read more on this in the Forbes article "Bitcoin Rally Leaves Stocks In The Dust".

With the initial shock of everything wearing off,  I wanted to take a deep breath, followed by a rational look at where things stand, and where they could go next.

No Safe Haven In a Panic...

While some have used the last couple weeks as evidence against claims Bitcoin was a safe-haven asset, I have to say - I never thought we were talking about situations like this.

Rather, a safe haven for crashes like the one we saw in 2008, where bankers and Wall St abused the traditional finance system, and the public would then be asked to trust that the people who just destroyed the system would now turn around and fix it.

That situation (which describes most historical economic crashes) makes Bitcoin look pretty damn appealing, and I think we will see a lot of people turning to it the next time it happens.

But scare like a virus, with people panicking and seeking cash fast - they're going sell whatever gets them that cash.

I'm not sure why anyone ever thought that wouldn't include crypto.

I'll take it one step further and say - an asset immune to panic selling triggered by global pandemic does not exist.

Crypto May Be First To Recover...

When something major happens that causes investors to panic sell, it's no surprise both crypto and stocks take a hit.

But crashing together doesn't mean they need to recover together.

Recovery is a very different game for each. The stock market wants to hear about company profits, see earnings reports, and hear statements from CEO's about their path forward.

The decentralized nature of cryptocurrency means the traders and investors alone can drive recovery - we're not waiting to hear from any person or company. 

There's no "CEO Of Crypto Inc" putting out statements for the media to pick apart - for or better or worse, we're on our own.

Currently it seems to be for the better, but keep in mind this is a double edged sword - for example, we'll never see a bailout for the crypto industry, or a coin considered "too big to fail" and government stepping in to save it.

What To Watch For Next...

What happens in the US will determine what happens next in the market.

The panic has is gone, but people are still on edge - there's two very different possibilities.

The best case scenario - we continue as-is for the next few months.  Cases of the virus popping up at a pace they can be dealt with, eventually ending with a vaccine or some other viable treatment that officially puts an end to the whole thing.

The worst case scenario - as you know people can carry the virus for weeks without feeling ill, and during this time they can spread it to others. It was just a week ago where people were still gathering in large crowds - Las Vegas for example just went dark days ago.

There could be a massive number of people infected who currently don't know it. Not saying there is, just saying it's possible.

So we now enter a phase that could last for 1 to 2 weeks, of waiting to find out which scenario is real.

Author: Ross Davis
E-Mail: Ross@GlobalCryptoPress.com Twitter:@RossFM

San Francisco News Desk

5 Crypto Tax Tips To Know Before April 15th...

Crypto Tax Tips
With only a month left until Tax Day in the US, cryptocurrency users should be filing their tax returns soon if they haven’t already. Although there was a time when cryptocurrency was not regulated, and the IRS wasn't particularly focused on them, times have changed. The IRS has made it clear that cryptocurrency tax enforcement is one of their top priorities for 2020.

Fortunately, the IRS has created a guide for individuals and businesses on how to fill out their tax returns. It's important to note that you are required to report all taxable transactions, and the failure to do so could result in penalties. However, there are a few things that you can do right now to make the process smoother or even pay less...

You Might Want to Sell at a Loss

Not many people know this, but you can actually 'profit' from your losses. If you are currently holding Bitcoin or any crypto and you sell it at a loss, you can deduct up to $3,000 of losses against other types of income.

This is called a net capital loss, and it's used as a strategy by many investors. Considering that the crypto market plummeted and took a beating over the past year, many investors have significant losses. These losses actually reduce taxable income.

One of the huge benefits crypto has over other assets is that the "Wash sale rule" does not apply. This rule states that once you sell something at a loss, you are not able to repurchase it until "x" days have passed; however, this does not apply to cryptocurrencies, which means that you can sell your losing positions to fill your taxes and re-buy them later on.

Use the Help of a Professional

Crypto taxation is still new, and although the IRS has come up with guidelines on how to do it, it is always best to contact a professional in this field. Crypto tax advisors most likely already know all the tricks and tips mentioned in this article and can apply them quickly.

Furthermore, you can easily find online tax calculators for crypto, and many exchanges already offer the possibility to download and track all your past trades.

Circumvent Taxes by Gifting Crypto

If you have received cryptocurrencies as a gift, you don't have to report it to anyone until you convert the coins to fiat money. According to Coinbase, you can gift someone up to $15,000 in crypto without having to pay any taxes.

Additionally, if you are planning to donate crypto to a charity of any sort, you can claim a "charitable deduction." Either way, it's crucial that you keep track of any gifts or donations that you have gotten or received in the previous year and the market price at the time.

Be Careful with Crypto Airdrops

The IRS has specified that crypto received through some form of airdrop is taxed as ordinary income. This applies even if you never asked or intended to own a specific coin acquired through an airdrop.

Many cryptocurrency exchanges will airdrop different coins to users, and you will owe income taxes on all of them. The amount owed is calculated using the fair market value of the coins at the time they were received.

It's best to avoid as many unnecessary airdrops as possible as it could get you in a lot of trouble. The current rule about airdrops is certainly controversial and will probably change in the future; unfortunately, it applies right now.

Keep Records of Everything

This is perhaps the most important tip and rule when it comes to crypto taxing. Although it's already tax season, you can apply this tip to the next year. There are thousands of cryptocurrencies and dozens of exchanges, and you are probably using quite a few. Whether you write the information on a piece of paper or a spreadsheet, make sure it's accurate. Cryptocurrency exchanges like Coinbase report to the IRS, so make sure you get copies of the 1099’s as well.

Keep track of every single exchange and the cryptocurrency you have bought as well as participation in any airdrops. Similarly, if you have gotten a gift from someone or you have gifted someone with cryptos, write it down. Fortunately, most exchanges have an option that allows you to export your full operational history.

Key Takeaways

As cryptocurrencies have gotten more popular in the last few years, we have seen a sudden change in the way that they are classified and represented to the IRS. You must start tracking your cryptocurrency transactions and account for all the capital gains and income you receive from them; otherwise, the IRS and other governmental agencies can impose tax penalties that can be costly.

Tracking cryptocurrency gains and losses can be tricky, especially if you receive hundreds of transactions within your business or happen to make a lot of trades as an investor. This is where cryptocurrency and bitcoin tax software can come in handy as you will be able to import API keys and receive custom reports based on your trades within minutes.

Author: David Kemmerer
CryptoTrader.Tax Co-Founder

Crypto Scammers Flood YouTube With Fake Livestreams Featuring Several Well Known Crypto Personalities...

You know how it goes, if you're in crypto circles on Twitter there's no way you haven't seen it dozens of times before - "Send in $100 worth of <whatever coin> and recieve 10X that amount back!" coming from accounts that look like those of CoinBase, Vitalik, CZ, even Elon Musk famously had to speak up because so many scammers pretended to be him doing an ETH giveaway.

Sadly, when we covered the story of Elon Musk we discovered the scammers wallet address had a shocking  $179,284 worth of ETH sitting in it.

Just out of curiosity, within the last 3 months I checked the wallet addresses given out by scammers on Twitter a couple times - both were empty, it seems Twitter was drying up for scammers.  They needed something new, and it seems they found it.

Old scam finds new victims at YouTube...

YouTube gives live streams priority on search results, so there's a good chance you'll see these scams running right now by searching for bitcoin, cryptocurrency, etc. This also sends newbies searching for videos to learn more about crypto right into scammers hands.

Here they’re able to add one extra twist that makes things a bit more believable - when you click on the live stream you'll see a real (old, recorded) interview with a well known crypto personality, and text on the screen makes victims think they just missed the announcement of a giveway.

Here's some streams that were live at the time of writing this: 

Featuring Binance CEO, CZ
crypto scam on youtube with Vitalik Buterin
Vitalik Buterin streaming from a fake Ethereum Foundation account.

Crypto scam with Ripple's CEO Bradley Garlinghouse
Ripple's CEO Brad Garlinghouse
Fake Satoshi... fake giveaway.

There's a good chance they're using bots to inflate the numbers, but seeing 1000-10,000 people 'watching now' adds even another layer of believeability.

What can we do about it?

Typically, articles like this need to end with some rambling where I tell people to 'be smart' and to verify things before they do it, etc. 

But let's be honest here, the scam makes no sense from the start, no matter how flashy the packaging. It's not like they're saying it's a lotto and they need to send money to get their ticket for a chance to win - they say everyone who sends money will get more money back. If everyone gets free money there's no logical reason why that requires anyone sending anything.

The people falling for this are the kind who have to learn the hard way.  The only advice I can give is to warn any friends who fit this description.

Author: Ross Davis
E-Mail: Ross@GlobalCryptoPress.com Twitter:@RossFM

San Francisco News Desk

Crypto Markets Take A Massive Hit, As Europe and Asia Based Investors Brace For Corona Virus Impact...

Crypto Market Crash - Coronavirus
Crypto markets are in free-fall as investors in areas most effected by the Corona Virus sell off their investments.

This is a two-fold reaction.

Asian investors continue to sell off as South Korea and China battle the viruses continued spreading.

At the same time, Europeans are bracing for the effects of the just announced US travel ban, which will halt travel between the United States and Europe for at least 30 days.

Bitcoin's success comes back to bite...

Remember, panic selling isn't based on logic, and there's an interesting thing that happens in these conditions - people don't sell investments that have lost money, but rather the ones that have made a profit.

Taking a loss is just a harder pill to swallow, compared with the winning feeling of cashing in a profitable investment.

Now that you're aware of this common mistake, you can make sure to play it smart and sell your losing investments first!

With Bitcoin being the top performing investment of the year, that makes it first to go.

But They'll be Back...

The flip-side of this is, most crypto investors believe a 'come back' following a crash is pretty much a sure thing. They've watched it happened so many times, people speak of a recovery in terms of 'when' not 'if'.

Once the market agrees the sell off has hit bottom, the same people who just sold are likely to jump right back in, and the long term outlook remains extremely positive.

Author: Mark Pippen
London News Desk

Bitcoin Isn't The Only Coin That Will Be 'Halving' In 2020 - Here's What You Should Be Ready For...

Bitcoin halving
We're going to assume you already know what halving is, and have seen at least some the hype surrounding the upcoming halving of BTC.

For the few who haven't, the shortest explanation we can give so you know the basics is:  As you know, mining a cryptocurrency will earn you some of that cryptocurrency.  Halving is when miners pay gets cut in half. Token creators plan this from day one to occur in the future as a way to keep the coin scarce when millions of their coins total supply has already been released. The idea is, the more coins that are already floating around the market, the harder it should be to earn free coins by mining.

There's a several reasons why people believe this will trigger an increase in a coin's price.

First, it has in the past.  In the case of Bitcoin, halving has happened before, and each time was followed by a price increase.  When Bitcoin launched, 50 BTC per block was given out to miners. Halving has occurred every 4 years since then, and the next halving will bring it down from 12.5 to 6.25 BTC.

Second, many miners sell immediately. Especially the large mining operations, these are big companies with investors who want to see quarterly profits like any other company. They tend to immediately sell the coins they mine. But halving has already caused some to sell less and HODL more as they became harder to get. More coins off the market increases the value of those on it.

Lastly, simply the concept of scarcity. The market knowing less coins are being created every day, means any dilution that may have caused now happens at a rate half of what it was before.

But Bitcoin isn't the only one coming up this year, so we thought it would be worth taking a look at the other potential chances to profit from coins that will be going though the halving process.

The Big One - Bitcoin...

Bitcoin's halving is expected May 12, 2020.  Expect to see prices rise before this, as many people plan to load up their bags weeks/months ahead of this date. What will happen on this date is a mystery, the market is so different than it was the last time, I don't like looking back at anything from 2016 as a way to predict what will happen in 2020.

There's a lot more people in it, but among them is a lot more looking for a quick profit.  Will the halving date simply be when they plan to dump? Or, will they want to horde/HODL their coins believing the value will continue to climb, especially now that it's become more scarce?

Your guess is as good as mine.

Both of the other Bitcoins too...

Everyone has an opinion when it comes to Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) and the miners are no exception.

Currently, most miners for these coins already work for a loss, that's how you know they're die-hard believers, they're betting it all on the token's value increasing in the future.

Regardless, all you need to know is - both have halvings coming sometime in April 2020.|

Zcash Follows in Bitcoin's footsteps...

Just like BTC, there will only be 21 million coins ever created.

The current reward for miners is also the same - 12.5, and will be reducing to 6.25 ZEC.

The block that will trigger the halving will come sometime in October 2020.

Ethereum Classic...

Not to be confused with ETH, Ethereum Classic (ETC) does basically the same thing, but calls it a tithing. In ETC's case, the mining reward is reduced by 20% every 5 million blocks.

At the time of publishing, they're on block 9,949,107 - block 10,000,000 will bring about the tithing and will hit sometime in 2020.

Dash, but don't get too excited.

Just including this to be complete, but I wouldn't expect a huge price increase here... a slight one perhaps.

Dash decreases mining rewards by 7.14% every 210240 blocks.

It's on block 1,234,495‬ as of publishing this article, with the halving coming on block 1,261,440 - so, very soon.

In Closing...

My strategy (insert standard 'don't blame me, do your own research' disclaimer here) is to watch how BCH and BSV perform in their halvings, since they come first. Then assume Bitcoin will do whatever they do but on an even larger scale, then assume Zcash will react similar to BTC.

In other words, be positioned for the best case scenario, but have those stop-losses ready just in case of the worst.

What's your predictions for the 2020 halvings? Tweet us @TheCryptoPress

Author: Ross Davis
E-Mail: Ross@GlobalCryptoPress.com Twitter:@RossFM

San Francisco News Desk

ABBC Fights Coronavirus, Leading Blockchain into a Culture of Donation ...

ABBC Coin Press Release
ABBC Foundation, the company behind the development of ABBC Coin, is now spearheading initiatives to raise donations for the fight against the coronavirus outbreak. The foundation is known for always lending a hand to people in need through many charitable events. Now that the coronavirus is spreading at an alarming rate, the ABBC team is quick to take part in a community-driven attempt to help mitigate the effects of the virus.

The donation campaign started with the ABBC community located in South Korea. The community started raising donations that were used to purchase masks and other medical supplies that help prevent the spread of the virus. The initiative done in South Korea has caught the attention of the ABBC Foundation. As soon as the news about this ongoing humanitarian deed reached the foundation, CEO Jason Daniel Paul Philip was quick to mobilize the ABBC team to participate in this initiative.

The ABBC Foundation quickly put the power of blockchain in play. The team opened a wallet that can receive donations from ABBC holders who want to donate and participate in the fight against coronavirus outbreak. The team quickly informed key people in the community to spread the word about this initiative. Now, the ABBC community can utilize the power of blockchain in donation gathering for this pure and noble cause.

ABBC Foundation will facilitate this donation event. The team will consolidate all the donated ABBC Coins and will directly provide a proportionate fiat amount to be spent on materials and ways to prevent the spread of the outbreak. This is to assure ABBC Coin holders that the donations will not be sold in exchanges and affect the prices of the ABBC market.

With this strategy implemented, any ABBC Coin donations that will be donated for the coronavirus campaign will stay in the designated wallet and can still be used in future donation campaigns as well. This means that the community’s donations can reach a lot of people and will have a lasting societal impact.

ABBC Foundation is the first cryptocurrency-based organization to initiate this donation culture for those that need critical help in these trying times. Regardless, the ABBC team hopes that other cryptocurrencies and blockchain-based organizations will join the crowd in creating a force strong enough to keep the coronavirus at bay, possibly for good.

If the entire cryptocurrency community can show to the world how capable it is in implementing efficient solutions to combat world problems, then many more will join the crowd of people who believe in a better world brought about by a culture of charity and donations through blockchain technology.

More than just offering cryptocurrency-based services, ABBC believes that it is capable of furthering the donation culture that could stir the hearts of all people, cryptocurrency users or not, to care for one another.

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Two 'Sharks' Together - Kevin O'Leary and Mark Cuban Talk Blockchain, Crypto, and More...

Mark Cuban is the guest on Kevin O'Leary's new YouTube interview series where they discuss the value of blockchain as a technology. 

Cuban says it could greatly reduce corporate fraud in the future and believes Enron's fraudulent bookkeeping would not have been possible if they were using blockchain technology and a distributed ledger.

Additional note: Why did Kevin O'Leary LIE?
Maybe he isn't so 'wonderful' - past interviews show him claiming he first bought Bitcoin in 2013, then years later acting like he has no idea what this crypto stuff is. Check out this video.