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Bitcoin, Ether, Major Altcoins – Weekly Market Update April 12, 2021

The total crypto market cap added $168 billion to its value for the last seven-days and now stands at $2,106 billion. The top 10 coins were mostly in green for the same time period with Polkadot (DOT) being the only exception with its 7.1 percent of price decrease. Bitcoin (BTC) is currently trading at $60,739, Read More

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Bitcoin Gold Surged 173% As Traders Could Be Buying The Wrong BTG

Bitcoin gold surged 173% in the past few days because investors could be mistakenly linking the bank with the 2017 BTC hard fork and now the traders are buying the wrong altcoin as we read in today’s Bitcoin news. The forgotten BTC Hard fork surged almost 200% in one week because traders started buying the wrong altcoin. Bitcoin Gold surged this week as a relic of the 2017 forking seasons as it traded at $113 which is the highest price since February 2018 after the 30% daily gains with the trading volume topping $250 million. BTGUSD 1-hour candle chart (Binance).…

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‘Not a cheaper Bitcoin’ — Bitcoin Gold soars 173% as traders may be buying the wrong BTG

Investors could be mistakenly linking the bank with the 2017 Bitcoin hard fork, causing a spike in price and trading action. A long-forgotten Bitcoin (BTC) hard fork has surged almost 200% in a week — simply because traders are buying the wrong altcoin. Bitcoin Gold (BTG), a relic from the 2017 forking season, traded at $113 on April 9 — the highest price since February 2018 — after 30% daily gains as trading volumes topped $250 million.  Bitcoin Gold piggybacks to 173% weekly gains A curious contrast to an otherwise lackluster cryptocurrency market, Bitcoin Gold’s success appears to be not…

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All Currencies Will Be Pegged to Bitcoin, Says ‘Price of Tomorrow’ Author Jeff Booth

Entrepreneur and popular author Jeff Booth has predicted a grim future for fiat currencies, expecting them to fail as central banks keep printing money. Foreseeing an unavoidable, severe depression and banking failure, he believes bitcoin will become the world’s reserve currency and all national currencies will be pegged to it. ‘Highly Likely’ Bitcoin Will Become the Reserve Currency The author of “The Price of Tomorrow: Why Deflation is the Key to an Abundant Future,” Jeff Booth, has made the case that bitcoin will become the world’s reserve currency and all national currencies will eventually be pegged to bitcoin. Booth published…

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What is the information coefficient (CI)?

The information coefficient (CI) is a measure used to assess the skill of an investment analyst or an active portfolio manager. The information coefficient shows how closely the analyst's financial projections match actual financial results. The CI can range from 1.0 to -1.0, where -1 indicates that the analyst's forecasts are unrelated to the actual results and 1 indicates that the analyst's forecasts perfectly matched the actual results. https://www.gold-pattern.com/en KEY TIPS The information coefficient (CI) is a measure used to assess the skill of an active investment analyst or portfolio manager. A CI of +1.0 indicates a perfect prediction of…

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Bitcoin paper wallet and Bitcoincash withdrawal?

Let's say I have a bitcoin paper wallet with a public and a private key, with an amount of X bitcoin on it. On the 25th of November, the hardfork of bitcoin gold will take place, so I will get the same amount of bitcoin gold. The question is, how I will be able to withdraw only bitcoin gold from that paper wallet as I have only one public and private key as they are bound to a bitcoin wallet?

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