By Cointelegraph*


4 big reasons Bitcoin’s price will probably not stop at $20k this time

Bitcoin broke into the mainstream in late 2017. At the time, its historic surge to nearly $20,000 was driven mainly by retail investors. Now, however, the public is still largely on the sidelines… And the number of Google searches for “bitcoin” is only around 10% of what they were in 2017. In other words, retail investor FOMO has not even started yet, which may suggest that BTC price could go much higher than before.

Bitcoin is easily going to reach new highs

During an interview with CNBC, Fundstrat Global Advisors co-founder Tom Lee said Bitcoin could easily reach new highs and is becoming the reserve currency of the cryptocurrency space. Lee also noted it’s been worth over $9,000 in only 4% of its history—and that Facebook’s Libra project is a validation of mainstream interest in cryptocurrencies.

TradeCloud launches its security token offering

TradeCloud has announced the launch of the private round of its Swiss-based STO. The communications platform—designed specifically for the physical commodities industry—will offer an initial 25 million tokens for approximately $20 million over the private and public rounds. The TradeCloud Token (TCST) has both utility and security features, and holders will receive a portion of profits.

US regulator in talks with Facebook over rumored crypto plans

Facebook is attempting to smooth out the regulatory landscape ahead of its crypto asset, currently dubbed GlobalCoin. There’s been considerable buzz around rumored plans for GlobalCoin, allegedly going live next year. The global payment network would span both the social media platform and its sister businesses Whatsapp and Instagram. Users would ostensibly be able to send each other funds, as well as make in-app purchases.

Tokenization, explained

Can a tokenized economy actually become a reality? Signs suggest an industry is emerging, and the potential of tokenization is now being widely recognized. We’re seeing the tokenization of such things as wine, chickens, eggs… and even a rare metal called palladium. A token economy would give a large boost to the global financial system. Here’s what it all means.

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Fidelity will start institutional bitcoin trading within weeks

$7 trillion investment firm Fidelity will reportedly roll out bitcoin trading for institutional clients in the coming weeks, according to Bloomberg. Citing a source who asked to remain anonymous, the publication revealed Fidelity’s cryptocurrency-focused spin-off, Fidelity Digital Assets, would be adding to the existing range of services. The source said the trading side will go live for Fidelity’s users in as little as a few weeks and will primarily target large-volume traders.

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