What’s happening in crypto: Bitvo’s December Trading Reports
Trade like a pro: How to evaluate your crypto trading results
Growing up: Key events in crypto 2019
Crypto Outlook 2020 with Bitvo’s CEO and Head of Crypto Trading
Bitvo had a contest! And more announcements…
2019’s Eleven, Dorsey the Magician and more in your links for the
December 2019 Newsletter
In This Issue:
Sign up for the Bitvo newsletter to stay up to date.
Sign up right here.
Trading for the Month of
Weekly crypto highlights, including general and cryptocurrency specific
news of interest, as well as YTD trading history and current environment
for BTC, ETH, XRP, LTC and more.
New From Bitvo
Are you leaving money on the table in your crypto trading? Find out how
much with your annual trading evaluation.
2019 has been a building year for crypto. We found out that Bitcoin ain’t
dead, Facebook wants to be a central bank, and a lot of nations are
thinking about digital currency solutions.
Pam Draper and Shane Thomson of Bitvo weigh in with their thoughts on
crypto for 2020.
Want to know what we’re up to? Follow us in real time on our social handles!
Congratulations to our Altcoin Fantasy cryptocurrency trading simulation
contest winners! Early December, the Bitvo team credited funds to the Bitvo
accounts of all of our trading experts. We hope you had as much fun playing
along as we did and wish you every success in your future crypto trading
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year! Bitvo would like to
thank all of its customers for their business in 2019 and wish every one of you
the best in 2020!
Around The Network
2019’s Eleven: Coindesk has assembled an eclectic list of 11 influential names in the
crypto space for 2019. Like crypto, you get the whole gamut of personalities ranging from
a spacey cat, to a Cotten thief and a wannabe brain surgeon. Each in-depth profile is
worth a read. Oh, and hey
Privacy, ground zero: Everywhere we look the issue of privacy is present. There is a
pervasive belief that
perhaps the privacy problem requires a simple starting point, like a definition of what
personal privacy is in the 21st century.
Surprise?: Millennials like peer-to-peer more than entertainment for investment.
The Legarde Curve: Current ECB head, Christine Lagarde, wants to get ahead of the curve
on stablecoins. She sees demand, and the bank must respond to that demand,
NY updating a little Bit: Perhaps one of the most important regulators in crypto is the
New York Department of Financial Services with their BitLicence. On December 11, after
five years, they have submitted a proposal for updates.
Dorsey the Magician: Jack gets panned a lot for Twitter’s deficiencies like censorship,
crummy financial performance and inconsistent policy. But this recent decentralized
Twitter announcement really got tongues wagging. Now, think about this,
Shhhh. Don’t tell
Not a subscriber to Bitvo’s newsletter?
You can sign up