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bitcoin, red

When There’s Blood in the Street (Why It’s Not Quite Time to Be Long Crypto)

| Tim Enneking

A long-time crypto fund manager takes a look at bitcoin's historical tops and bottoms, and what that might say about the current price.

Crypto Exchange-Traded Product to Launch on Swiss Stock Exchange

| Daniel Palmer

The first ever exchange-traded product tracking multiple cryptocurrencies will start trading next week on Switzerland's Six stock exchange.

Cute Cats Power Serious $15 Million Funding for CryptoKitties Creators

| Brady Dale

CryptoKitties' latest funding round means it has raised $27 million this year. Fur real!

loom, weave

The Crypto Protocol Trying to Unite Every Exchange Order Book

| Brady Dale

Imagine the liquidity of every crypto exchange, but in one giant pool. That's what Paradigm aims to build, and investors are on board.

Crypto Trading 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Candlesticks

| Sam Ouimet

If you have ever been confused by patterns flashing on crypto charts, this crash course on candlesticks will help clear a few things up.

coins, stack

The Seven Pillars of ICO Investing

| Tim Enneking, Robert Brauer & Andrew Kang

How to make sense of a fast-changing crypto market? Crypto Asset Management's Tim Enneking provides his seven core tenants for investing.

life, vest, safety

HODL On: In Defense of Bitcoin’s Best Strategy

| Steven Hopkins

HODLers may be getting a bad rap, but they're still following the best, most tested investment strategy for market, argues Medici Ventures' COO.

Survey: Younger Koreans More Likely to Invest in Crypto

| Nikhilesh De

Nearly a quarter of South Koreans in their 20s want to invest in cryptocurrencies, according to a new poll conducted by Bank of Korea.

The Crown Prince of Liechtenstein Wants to Invest in Crypto

| Annaliese Milano

The Crown Prince of Liechtenstein says his family might invest in cryptocurrencies and that he sees a future for the blockchain.

The Hard Thing About Crypto Price Valuation

| Tom Goldenberg

Without traditional fundamentals, investors must rely on a range of methods to value cryptocurrencies – some familiar, some novel, none foolproof.