Crypto continues crossing the adoption chasm.
The ongoing Wall Street-Crypto convergence received a big boost with news in March that investment banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley would be ramping up crypto product offerings, and Fidelity and other established firms filing bitcoin ETF applications.
We also saw the crypto and art world collide with a record setting $69 million non-fungible token digital art sale. The mainstream validation of use cases for crypto beyond its role as “digital gold” are incredibly valuable for educating the broader world on the wide range of ways that crypto is impacting the world.
In crypto, one month can feel like an entire quarter — a lot happens. Which makes it that much more difficult to keep up with everything. That’s why we’re launching Chain of Events, a monthly newsletter blog and email. Stay up to date on all things crypto from your favorite crypto blog and directly in your inbox.
What can you expect? Each newsletter will cover:
The US tax season is once again upon us and with all eyes on bitcoin, it’s more important than ever to file your taxes correctly. If you bought, sold, traded or used crypto in 2020, you may owe taxes on your gains.
This guide highlights what you should know before diving into your crypto taxes with links to other helpful resources and forms. It is provided for information purposes only and is not intended as tax advice and we recommend that you consult with an independent tax advisor when making your tax filings.
The Blockchain.com general crypto investment thesis, first published in slide format almost two years ago, highlighted three important elements of crypto adoption:
Prior surveys had identified that crypto was owned by as little as 5% or less of the population in a nation like the United States. …
Last week we welcomed Anthony Scaramucci, founder of SkyBridge Capital and former White House Communications Director, on The Blockchain.com Podcast. While discussing his odyssey to Bitcoin, he revealed that he had been watching Bitcoin for some time, waiting for a few signs before getting into the game himself.
He learned about Bitcoin back in 2014 and vowed to get in once these three conditions were met:
Like you, we don’t know Satoshi Nakamoto. But we’re hoping to get this love letter to Bitcoin — if you know where to forward, we’d be much obliged. 😬
Happy Valentine’s Day! After 11 amazing years together, we wanted to share seven reasons why we love you Bitcoin.
Bitcoin could drive economic growth by accelerating commerce on the internet and universal access to the tools of wealth creation.
Bitcoin (and blockchain technology) is built by people who want a better financial future for everyone.
Bitcoin is entirely digital, no need to carry around cash. …
“There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” -Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
We believe future historians will look back on the eye-opening events surrounding the trading of GameStop (GME) stock as extremely significant to the future evolution of financial market infrastructure.
We titled this month’s market outlook “When the Game Stops” because of our heightened conviction that more people are waking up to the massive problems with our existing financial system and are demanding change.
Each month we update the interest rates customers earn in our Interest Accounts. This month, we’re pleased to increase our rates on BCH and XLM to 8% (up from 4.4%).
Here are February’s rates:
We’re delighted to announce support for Arizona in the Blockchain.com Wallet! Starting today, users in the Grand Canyon State can now buy and sell crypto directly in their Wallet and earn up to 12% interest on their crypto holdings.
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