Bitcoin and other cryptos lose steam as summer lull sets in

The bitcoin (BTC-USD) price shot back above $40,000 (£28,346) following sessions of losses, but is treading water as fund managers say the cryptocurrency is in a bubble despite the price crash.

According to a Bank of America survey, 81% of fund managers say bitcoin is still a bubble. The flagship crypto fell around 37% last month and its price is down 38% from its $64,829 mid-April peak.

The bitcoin price, which was boosted this week by bullish comments from money manager Paul Tudor Jones and Tesla (TSLA) boss Elon Musk, was once again yo-yoing on Wednesday. It declined 3% to $38,720 on Wednesday afternoon in London.

Other cryptocurrencies have been following a similar trend, with ethereum (ETH-USD) – the second biggest crypto by market cap – falling 5% to trade at $2,420. Meme token dogecoin (DOGE) dropped 3.2% to $0.30.

Cryptos have been boosted by institutional support recently. Several organisations…

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Is Cryptocurrency Investing or Gambling? 3 Things You Need to Know

Cryptocurrency is the latest phenomenon in the investing world, but how safe is it really? While some people have made millions buying cryptocurrency, you could easily lose everything.

Even the experts are divided about whether crypto is a good investment or not. Some celebrity billionaires like Elon Musk have promoted cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) and Dogecoin (CRYPTO:DOGE) on social media, while other investors like Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett have famously voiced their criticism of cryptocurrency.

Cryptocurrency can be incredibly risky — so risky that some would consider it more of a gamble than an investment. And there are a few things you should know before you buy.

1. Investments are long-term, while gambling is short-term

The truth is, cryptocurrency could be either an investment or a gamble, depending on your strategy.

If you’re buying crypto for the sole purpose of trying to get rich overnight, then it falls into gambling territory. But if you truly believe cryptocurrency is the way of the future and will be around for decades to come, then buying it now could be considered more of an investment.

No matter where you choose to invest, it’s best to take a long-term strategic approach. Don’t invest in anything you’re not willing to hold for at least a few years, or ideally decades. Cryptocurrency is extremely volatile in the short term, but if you believe in its future, you could stand to make a lot of money over time if it succeeds.

There are no guarantees that cryptocurrency will succeed over the long run, and you could still lose everything even when taking a long-term approach. But you’re less likely to lose money than if you were to try to time the market to make a quick buck in the short term.

2. Investing is taking calculated risks

Investing will always carry some degree of risk, even if you’re investing in relatively safe places. But becoming a successful investor involves taking calculated and educated risks, and the same is true when it comes to…

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Bitcoin pops 12% to $40,000 after Tudor Jones endorsement

Prominent legacy investor Paul Tudor Jones III has doubled down on his support of bitcoin by indicating that it is reliable, honest, secure, and 100% certain. Furthermore, he said he wants to have 5% of his entire portfolio allocated in BTC.

  • Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out last year, the US billionaire hedge fund manager has been vocally praising the primary cryptocurrency.
  • He argued that buying bitcoin would ultimately protect him from the growing threat of inflation in the US as the Fed initiated radical measures to fight the financial consequences of the pandemic by printing excessive amounts of the dollars.
  • Thus, Jones said he had allocated between 1% and 3% of his portfolio in bitcoin at the time. Once BTC’s price started appreciating in value by the end of 2020, he reaffirmed his stance, saying he liked it even more now.
  • During a more recent interview with CNBC, the prominent investor had even more positive words for the asset:
  • “I like bitcoin. Bitcoin is math, and math has been around for thousands of years. 2+2 is going to equal 4, and it will for the next two thousand years. So, I like the idea of investing in something that’s reliable, consistent, honest, and 100% certain.”

  • Jones added that BTC has “appealed to me because it’s a way for me to invest in certainty.”
  • On the question of what Jones is advising people about their investment portfolios, he noted that he wants to have 5% allocated in gold and 5% in bitcoin.
  • It’s worth noting that the primary cryptocurrency’s price has reacted quite positively after the interview went live. BTC had failed to breach $40,000 on several attempts, but it managed to break out to above that level for the first time since late May.
  • At the time of this writing, BTC is trading at around $40,600.

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Oddsmakers sour on Bitcoin, say $10,000 dip looks increasingly likely

Bitcoin has dropped more than 40% in the past two months, and oddsmakers are beginning to wager that the cryptocurrency has a much steeper fall ahead.

Bookmakers at have raised the odds that Bitcoin drops to $10,000 this year to 8-to-11—a 57.9% implied probability.

A handful of bookies are even more pessimistic. Bitcoin presently has 33-to-1 odds of dropping below $1,000 by the end of the year (just a 2.9% implied probability). That, of course, is unlikely, but it’s notable that in mid-April, the odds of the crypto falling that low were 250-to-1 (a 0.4% implied probability).

Making such wagers on crypto, at least in a casino or online betting forum, is illegal in the U.S. The data from US-Bookies is taken from European and worldwide markets, where it is allowed.

The shift in oddsmaker sentiment comes amid bullish and bearish news about Bitcoin. El Salvador recently endorsed the crypto as legal tender. And global banking regulators have been increasingly signaling a rising acceptance of the digital currency.

But news that the U.S. government recovered nearly all of the ransom paid by Colonial Pipeline shook some investors’ confidence in the security of Bitcoin transfers. Meanwhile, the IRS has said…

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Bitcoin jumps above $37,000 after El Salvador passes law to adopt it as legal tender

El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele has made good on his promise to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender. Officials in the Central American country’s congress voted to accept the cryptocurrency by a majority of 62 out of 84 votes, reports CNBC. In a worldwide first, El Salvador will accept Bitcoin as legal tender alongside the US dollar in 90 days, according to the BBC. The law effectively means the cryptocurrency can be used as payment for goods or services unless a business cannot provide the tech required to facilitate the transaction.

Ahead of the vote, Bukele tweeted that adoption would bring “financial inclusion, investment, tourism, innovation and economic development for our country.” He previously said the law would boost financial inclusion for the roughly 70 percent of Salvadorans who don’t have bank accounts. It could also help to speed up money transfers for the country which heavily relies on remittances from migrants.

El Salvador is no stranger to cryptocurrency. On its coast, two small beach towns known as El Zonte and Punta Mango formed Bitcoin economies last year — which saw the digital cash being accepted for groceries and utilities payments — with help from an anonymous donor. The decision to embrace cryptocurrency comes just days after the country formed a partnership with digital wallet firm Strike to build a financial infrastructure using Bitcoin tech.

The move bucks the more defensive stance taken by…

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A $50 MATIC Price Prediction for 2025

MATIC sells for just $1.42 today. But there could be a case for the $50 mark over the next five years according to the MATIC price prediction we’re showing you today.

Polygon (MATIC) used to just be called the Matic Network but changed its name in February 2021.

Of course, it still does all the same stuff.


Polygon is not just a cryptocurrency but a protocol built on Ethereum to help “create, issue, and manage digital securities on the blockchain.” The entire premise of MATIC is to improve connections between the Ethereum blockchain and other networks.

We have often said how the usefulness of a cryptocurrency is the most fundamental factor in its value. And MATIC presents a solid case for itself – this protocol can increase the potential use cases for the Ethereum blockchain.

This crypto has absolutely skyrocketed in 2021 from $0.0178 to a peak of $2.68, a rise of 266%.

Lately, it’s appeared to dip as much as 47% lower from those highs. Let’s talk about what the future holds for this token.

Here’s the MATIC price prediction for 2025 and beyond.

What Is Polygon Network and MATIC?

Many crypto conversations involve talk of “mining” or “staking” – these are only a couple words for how new units of cryptocurrency enter the world supply.

Certain coins, however, don’t need to be mined. Instead, the coin’s creators simply hold an initial coin offering (ICO), and most or all of the coins go into circulation immediately. Polygon is one of those non-mineable tokens.

MATIC was also not built as a “layer-1” cryptocurrency the way Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) are. It is called a “layer-2” network because it is a system built on top of an already-existing blockchain.

This protocol happens to be built on – and for – Ethereum. Polygon, the company, refers to itself as “connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks” and “supporting a multi-chain Ethereum ecosystem.”

Part of Ethereum’s purpose is to serve as a decentralized Internet. But the high cost of transactions has kept its potential from being realized. Polygon can change that by making it easier and faster to send decentralized apps to market through its ecosystem.

Here, Polygon’s use-case becomes self-evident: It enables people to do more with greater ease on the Ethereum blockchain. And Ethereum has needed this – ETH users have reported slow transactions, poor user experience, and poor governance in the community.

Polygon offers solutions to these problems in four layers.

The first is the Ethereum layer, on which Polygon is built. On top of that, you have a layer of security helping validate transactions between Ethereum and Polygon.

The Polygon networks are built on top of that – MATIC’s bread and butter, the blockchain network’s ecosystem that is all the rage. And on top of that is the layer where the magic happens. Polygon blockchains communicate with each other, apps are developed, and transactions are carried out.

For all that potential utility, here’s where MATIC is headed in the near future.

Polygon Price Predictions for 2025 and Beyond

Because crypto is so volatile, Polygon’s market cap has fluctuated significantly. Right now, it sits just over $10 billion, but at its all-time high, the coin was over $14 billion market cap.

This puts it in the top 20 cryptocurrencies by market cap.

Of course, Polygon is not the only coin that is looking to bridge the gap between the Ethereum blockchain and other applications. Two others are Polkadot and Stargate.

But the MATIC price has performed well in the last year. And analysts have high hopes for this network.

Here’s what they’re saying about the future of the MATIC stock price. Along with the fundamental argument for Polygon’s protocol, you have to mind the technical price movements as well…

Even when the case for a blockchain network sounds airtight, you have to remember that the crypto climate can change on a dime. Crypto trading veterans are not strangers to hyperbolic booms and busts in different coins over the last decade.

Right now, cryptocurrency looks bearish. But the tides could turn in midway through the year.

DigitalCoinPrice has MATIC reaching $2.09 by the end of this year and $4.35 in the next five years. That’s a rise of 47% in the near term and 206% in the longer term. This is a conservative case compared to other MATIC price predictions in the next five years.

CoinPriceForecast gives us a target of $3.41 by the end of 2021 and $6.57 in 2025. Those are 140% and 362% growth targets, respectively. But even that is not the highest MATIC price target we found from analysts…

CoinPedia predicts MATIC could go as high as $5.80 by the end of 2021. It said MATIC “showed the highest rate of recovery among all crypto including monsters like Bitcoin and Ethereum.” That means, once the crypto bear cycle is over, the coin could pick up and break out 308%.

Beyond that, CoinPedia said a $50 MATIC price is plausible in the next five years if we see an unprecedented crypto bull market.

It’s Official: This Coin Has Taken Command over Bitcoin’s Crypto Dominance

Investors who snagged $1K worth of Ethereum five years ago would have nearly $1,500,000 today.

Today, just one ETH is worth over $3,000; that’s about 20X higher in just over a year.

But ETH is just one of many – these even smaller coins share the same DNA structures as coins like Ethereum: Coin no. 1 is up nearly 40% in the last 24 hours.

Go here for all three.

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Bitcoin Stocks Tumble After Authorities Recover Ransom Paid by Colonial Pipeline

About a month ago, Colonial Pipeline was attacked with ransomware by a group we now know is called DarkSide. The fuel-supply chain for the Eastern U.S. faced disruption, so the company reportedly elected to pay the nearly $5 million ransom in popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) to quickly return to normal operations.

But the general public lamented the loss. There was no hope of catching the bad guys because Bitcoin is completely untraceable. Or is it?

According to a press release from the Department of Justice yesterday, U.S. federal authorities have recovered 63.7 bitcoins, worth over $2 million, and this appears to have caused a sell-off in the cryptocurrency market. According to CoinDesk, the price of Bitcoin has plummeted roughly 12% over the past 24 hours. And Bitcoin stocks like Marathon Digital Holdings (NASDAQ:MARA)Riot Blockchain (NASDAQ:RIOT)Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (OTC:GBTC), and Grayscale Digital Large Cap Fund (OTC:GDLC) are all down as a result. As of noon EDT, these were down 8%, 7%, 11%, and 13%, respectively.’

There are a lot of reasons someone might buy Bitcoin. But security is among the reasons many are bullish on cryptocurrencies and blockchains, in general — people perceive these as untraceable, immutable ledgers. But authorities were somehow able to track down Colonial Pipeline’s ransom payment, break in, and recover a large part. This seems to fly in the face of one of the key Bitcoin tenets and is the reason Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are down so sharply today.

But perhaps there’s a fair bit of misunderstanding surrounding this situation. Bitcoin is stored in Bitcoin wallets, and these wallets have addresses. People can send and receive bitcoins if they know each other’s addresses.

However, each wallet comes with a set of keys — an assigned password so to speak — to keep things safe. But storing keys in a safe place has always been a problem. Those who hold bitcoins are urged to hide their keys, lest someone steal them.

It’s not yet apparent how the FBI got hold of DarkSide’s keys. And with the keys, it obtained a warrant to seize the bitcoins. But here’s the thing: The Bitcoin blockchain ledger is public information. You can see how much is being sent and to which addresses. You just don’t know the identity of the person who owns the Bitcoin wallet. For example, I just watched a roughly $200,000 transaction go through by looking in the Explorer section of

Because the ledger is public, it was relatively easy to track Colonial Pipeline’s payment to the right address. How the FBI got DarkSide’s keys is another matter. But either way, nothing was “hacked” with the Bitcoin blockchain network itself.

The transaction went through like it’s supposed to. Therefore, I believe it’s still fair to say that…

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Trump: Bitcoin’s a scam, US dollar should dominate

King Dollar should remain King Dollar.

That’s the opinion of former President Donald Trump, who told FOX Business on Monday that Bitcoin seems like a “scam” and the euphoria surrounding the world’s largest cryptocurrency is watering down the U.S. dollar.

“The currency of this world should be the dollar. And I don’t think we should have all of the Bitcoins of the world out there. I think they should regulate them very, very high,” Trump told Stuart Varney adding, “It takes the edge off of the dollar and the importance of the dollar.”

Bitcoin has fallen from its record high of $64,829 to the $36,000, level but is still up around 23% year-to-date.

By contrast, the Wall Street Journal’s dollar index is little changed this year.

Trump, during his tenure in the White House, supported both a weak and strong dollar. When the dollar is weak, it is more attractive and cheaper for foreign countries to buy U.S. goods. During his long battle with China, Trump frequently accused the nation of keeping its currency, the yuan, intentionally low to make exports cheaper.

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies remain unregulated within the U.S. financial system. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler has signaled he…

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Bitcoin tumbles after Elon Musk tweets breakup meme

The price of bitcoin sank on Friday after Elon Musk appeared to lament the end of his relationship with the cryptocurrency.

The Tesla (TSLA) CEO tweeted a meme about a couple breaking up along with the bitcoin hashtag and a broken heart emoji. The post included lyrics from a song by rock band Linkin Park titled “In the end.”

Bitcoin fell by over 6% to hit $35,814 at around 8 am ET, according to CoinDesk. It was last trading at $36,410, having dropped about 5% over the past 24 hours. Other digital currencies lost ground, with ethereum 5.6% weaker in mid-morning US trade at $2,637 and dogecoin tumbling 10% to around 36 cents.

Musk recently told customers that the electric car giant would no longer accept bitcoin as payment for its vehicles because of concerns about the environmental impact of bitcoin mining, which is extremely energy intensive.

While he later appeared to soften his stance after speaking with bitcoin miners in North America, Musk’s most recent tweet suggests he won’t be back on the bandwagon anytime soon.

Musk frequently triggers large moves in cryptocurrency prices, often via obscure remarks on social media. In December, Musk sent the price of dogecoin up nearly 20% by simply tweeting, “One word: Doge.” He later said that his tweets about the crypto were meant as jokes.

Bitcoin, which accounts for more than 40% of the global crypto market, is coming off a…

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Here’s the Easiest Way to Cash In on the NFT Boom

Gabe Weis is a friend of mine; he’s not a famous Silicon Valley CEO or venture capitalist… but he’s still the key to a tremendous profit opportunity right now.

Gabe is actually a very talented, very successful painter – a contemporary artist who works on Cubist faces. This rising-star artist already has more than 67,000 followers on Instagram, where he often sells his paintings through direct messages.

I’m a fan – and a customer. In fact, in less than three years, my wife and I have made at least 500% on one of his works.

That’s because Gabe is a very popular seller of Ethereum-based nonfungible tokens, or NFTs.

NFTs are upending the traditional art market, and we’re starting to see them achieve auction prices that rival the most valuable oil-and-canvas masterpieces.

NFTs created a huge stir this past March, when, in its first-ever cryptocurrency-powered digital art auction, Christie’s dropped the hammer on one particular nonfungible token at ETH38,474.82. In dollar terms, and accounting for the buyer’s premium, that’s $69.3 million – the third-most expensive piece ever sold by a living artist.

The NFT market has grown almost tenfold since 2018; nearly $340 million worth were sold in 2020, and, yes, given the Christie’s auction and what’s come since, 2021 should blow 2020’s numbers out of the water.

My own extremely lucrative experience with NFTs has me convinced no investor should miss out on what’s happening here.

The good news is, you don’t have to become an art connoisseur – if you don’t want to. I’m telling my subscribers about a “backdoor” play on the explosive NFT market and the wider crypto-sphere.

It’s something you can buy and sell right from your account…

The NFT Is No Passing Craze – It’s Here to Stay

My wife and I are passionate art collectors, so rest assured, our Gabe Weis original is just one piece in a very big collection. It seems like every inch of our home near Silicon Valley is covered with art. Before the pandemic, we’d visit more than 100 studios and galleries a year.

That’s how we came across Gabe’s work. We met him at his home, hit it off right away, and bought one of his works, a version of which is now a highly sought-after NFT.

And am I ever glad we bought that painting…

We haven’t had it appraised lately, but based partly on Gabe’s success with NFTs, we’ve seen the value of these paintings shoot through the roof. The piece is probably worth as much as $5,000 today, five times the $1,000 we paid for it.

It’s functionally not all that different from that $69 million NFT sold back in March. The artist, Mike Winkelmann, also known as “Beeple,” had created one image a day since 2007. He then created a digital collage of those 5,000 images called “Everydays – The First 5,000 Days. It’s this collage, a digital image, that Christie’s put up for auction.

Bidding opened at just $100; seems Christie’s wasn’t expecting much to come of it. It certainly wasn’t expecting the work to hit history books as the most expensive digital art ever created.

Now, here’s where it gets really interesting…

You can, if you like, do a simple Google image search for Beeple’s collage and find it in seconds from any one of thousands of sites. You can even freely download a hi-res copy of the image to see what all the excitement’s about – just be aware it’s not everyone’s cup of tea.

But the truth is, you’ll be getting a copy that’s worth, essentially, nothing. The art itself, the original image file designed, created, and published by the artist… well, that’s been spoken for, and it sold for $69 million.

It helps to think of an NFT as the digital equivalent of, say, the paper hardcopy of your car title, or the deed to your house. Both are records of who owns a specific item.

For a title or deed, those items are cars, houses, motorcycles, RVs, plots of land, etc. But when it comes to NFTs, those items are in fact digital. They can prove ownership of a tweet, a video, a .JPG or other kind of image, and so on.

But when you get right to it, there’s a lot of downside to paper; it’s all too easy to lose, destroy, or alter it. Not only that, but given enough motive, time, and money, more or less any hardcopy record or tangible artwork can be forged or altered.

The right piece can, of course, go for millions, which gives thieves and forgers all the incentive they need.

Unfortunately, the bad guys do brisk business…

This Could Save the World Art Market

In 2014, the Swiss Fine Arts Expert Institute rocked the art world when it claimed at least half of the artwork circulating in global markets was bogus – and this was at a time when the worldwide art market was worth an estimated $45 billion.

In 2018, curators at the famed Etienne Terrus museum in southern France were horrified to discover 82 of the 140, or more than 58%, of the Terrus works in their museum were actually forgeries. That’s no “victimless crime,” either – according to The Guardian, livelihoods were lost, andthe news was “catastrophic” for the tourism-dependent regional economy.

Even apart from out-and-out crime, there are thorny ownership disputes, such as we’ve seen constantly in the seven decades since World War II.

So it’s very easy to see why the art world has wholeheartedly, enthusiastically embraced NFTs. They make forgery mathematically impossible. An NFT is a piece of data stored and certified by the global network of computers we call the blockchain.

It’s complicated, but every computer essentially keeps every other computer “honest,” ensuring there’s only ever one NFT of its kind; that’s why they’re impossible to alter, forge, or recreate.

In short, NFTs leverage the blockchain to become incorruptible proofs of ownership and authenticity.

Specifically, they use the Ethereum blockchain.

Now, Bitcoin grabs all the publicity wherever cryptocurrencies and blockchain are mentioned, but I think Ethereum deserves much more attention. It’s simply a better blockchain.

See, Ethereum was designed for “smart contracts.” These are essentially digital contracts with the terms and conditions built right in. The blockchain automatically verifies which parties agreed to the deal, of course, but it also automatically and securely verifies when the conditions of the deal have been met.

This allows for things like NFTs to operate on Ethereum. It’s also the blockchain of choice for dozens of “altcoins,” a few which I think boast extreme profit potential.

It goes almost without saying that I’m bullish on Ethereum in particular; I think every investor should own some. The Ethereum blockchain is not only better, as I said, but, at $2,764, Ether is far less expensive than Bitcoin, and it’s having a similar “on-sale” moment right now. It’s notched better than 1,000% gains over the past year.

Though, as I mentioned earlier, you don’t have to be into NFTs to cash in on the explosive growth there.

There’s a much easier “backdoor” way…

Here’s a Crypto Profits “Twofer”

I’m talking about none other than PayPal Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: PYPL).

The company is light-years ahead of its days handling only online payments for eBay Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY), to become a mainstay in money transfers, mobile payments, and much more.

And just recently, PayPal launched its cryptocurrency platform with support for buying and selling four major cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum.

As a crypto platform, it’s very easy to use – you can buy and sell at the push of a button. That said, PayPal isn’t a true crypto exchange, so you don’t get tools like stop losses and limit orders. You’re trading deep functionality for ease of use, a tradeoff I think the majority of new crypto investors would be just fine with.

So, as a place to buy Ether, it ranks right up there. And the stock itself represents a world-class play on the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency.

PayPal is cooking with rocket fuel these days, and I think the profits only get bigger from here. In its most recent quarter, PayPal’s earnings were a blowout. It reported per-share earnings of $1.22, easily beating forecasts of $1.01. At the rate it’s growing, PayPal is set to double its per-share earnings in just over 2.5 years, but the way I see it, growth should accelerate greatly from here.

“Acceleration” is the name of the game when it comes to cryptocurrencies. I’m bullish on the blockchain and crypto, and I have been ever since I first recommended Bitcoin back in 2013. But my friend Tom Gentile takes “bullish” to a whole new level. He’s tracking dozens of small “altcoins” every week to let his subscribers know when he thinks there could be a chance to make money. These coins, often much smaller than Bitcoin and Ethereum, can sometimes see huge moves when major coins rise; 142% in 12 days, 373% in 14 days… even 1,900% higher in a little over 60 days. You can click here to learn how to get his alerts.

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