In this Issue
Bitvo’s weekly trading updates for May
New from Bitvo:
Ethereum | Crypto stats | Bitcoin and Ether as money
Intro to Crypto | Women in the New Economy | Security alert
Tesla & Bitcoin |
China & Crypto | Energy Usage | More News
Looking for more of Bitvo’s trading reports?
May Trading in Review
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
Like what you see?
Ethereum is so much more than just ETH. It’s a powerful foundation for
decentralized finance, and free expression.
What Bitcoin, Ether and the crypto space have accomplished so far is
Crypto was supposed to be the future of money. But it became more of a
tradable asset. Now the money part is back.
On June 1st (that’s tomorrow!), Bitvo is sponsoring the
Women in the New Economy event.
are (virtually) welcome.
Please note that Bitvo will NEVER ask you to send your funds to ANY other
cryptocurrency-related third party. We’re seeing an increase in scams like these
(particularly from groups referring to themselves as RBCmarkets and Digital
Currency Markets). Please be careful and DO NOT send your funds to any third
party that you have not fully researched and vetted. Be particularly leery of
anyone that promises returns.
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Looking to introduce your friends and
family to crypto?
This month’s online edition of
Community Now Magazine includes
written by former Bitvo associate Al
Del Degan. Check it out!
Around the Network
Want to know what we are up to?
Tesla clotheslines Bitcoin:
Tesla uses its broad public platform to
Does China have a problem?
umpteenth time. Part of it is volatility. The other part they say is using coal for bitcoin
mining. Considering China added 85% of the worldwide coal capacity last year…
How it’s going:
commitments to renewables.
Bitcoin’s energy use in context:
Galaxy Digital mining, (one of the miners that met with Saylor and Musk). It isn’t the final
word, but provides additional context and perspective.
following the Tesla/China dog pile. Even when you don’t use leverage to trade, it’s a
good idea to understand how it can impact a market.
From Wharton and the WEF,