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Bitcoin is the cryptocurrency that started it all. There are dozens of other cryptocurrencies you can use to deposit at BookMaker and hundreds more on the periphery, but Bitcoin is the most well-known of the bunch, and the only one your aunt Ethel and uncle Fred know. The coin that dominates the crypto space surged past $60,000 in March 2021 and might be poised for an even bigger run ahead of the holidays.

Monday, October 3, 2022, News Update

While some parts of the United States government have made no secret of their opposition to Bitcoin and crypto, three Republican congressmen are working on a bill that will give crypto a boost. Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, and Michigan Representative Peter Meijer plan to present the Retirement Savings Modernization Act in November. This bill is constructed to allow investment managers to offer Bitcoin and other cryptos in their 401k plans according to Bitcoin Magazine. If this bill passes, it will amend the Employee Retirement Savings Modernization Act of 1974, allowing crypto to be included as an asset.

Pat Toomey provided a statement saying that, “Our legislation will provide the millions of American savers invested in defined contribution plans with the option to enhance their retirement savings through access to the same wide range of alternative assets currently available to savers with defined benefit pension plans.”

We have no idea whether or not this bill will eventually become law, but Toomey reportedly plans on introducing it with a tax cut deal, so that will certainly help its chances.

Bitcoin Weekly Price Per CoinMarketCap

October 3, 2022 19,178.99
September 26, 2022 19,222.67
September 19, 2022 19,544.13
September 12, 2022 22,370.45
September 5, 2022 19,812.37
August 29, 2022 20,297.99
August 22, 2022 21,398.91
August 15, 2022 24,136.97
August 8, 2022 23,809.49
August 1, 2022 23,314.20
July 25, 2022 21,361.70
July 18, 2022 22,485.69
July 11, 2022 19,970.56
July 4, 2022 20,231.26
June 27, 2022 20,735.48
June 20, 2022 20,599.54
June 13, 2022 22,487.39
June 6, 2022 31,370.67
May 30, 2022 31,726.39
May 23, 2022 29,098.91
May 16, 2022 29,862.92
May 9, 2022 30,296.95
May 2, 2022 38,529.33
April 25, 2022 39,509.89
April 18, 2022 40,826.21
April 11, 2022 39,521.90
April 4, 2022 46,622.67
March 28, 2022 47,128.01
March 21, 2022 41,078.00
March 14, 2022 39,666.76
March 7, 2022 38,062.04
February 28, 2022 43.193.23
February 21, 2022 37,075.28
February 14, 2022 42,586.92
February 7, 2022 43,840.29
January 31, 2022 38,483.13
January 24, 2022 36,654.33
January 17, 2022 42,250.55
January 10, 2022 41,821.26
January 3, 2022 46,458.12
December 27, 2021 50,640.42
December 20, 2021 46,880.28
December 13, 2021 46,737.48
December 6, 2021 50,582.63

Thursday, September 29, 2022, News Update

Terraform Labs co-founder and CEO Do Kwon is in the news again this week. Authorities in South Korea have sought to arrest Do Kown for the last several weeks, and they announced that Interpol has issued a Red Notice for him on Tuesday. Do Kwon is wanted for questioning after the collapse of both Terra and Luna, and South Korea has claimed he is on the run. However, Do Kwon has repeatedly posted on social media, saying that he is working from home, and that he is not hiding.

South Korea is asking cryptocurrency exchanges OKX and KuCoin to freeze over 3,300 Bitcoin that are allegedly tied to Do Kwon. Prosecutors did not comment on how they uncovered that the Bitcoin was linked to Do Kwon, but CryptoQuant discovered that the Luna Foundation Guard (an NPO owned by Terraform Labs) created a digital wallet two weeks ago and sent 3,310 Bitcoin to those two exchanges.

In response, Do Kwon took to Twitter and stated, “What has been probably the most surprising in all this is the amount of misinformation that gets spread. There is no ‘cashout’ as alleged, I havent (sic) used kucoin or okex in at least the last year, and no funds of tfl, lfg or any other entities have been frozen.”

Monday, September 26, 2022, News Update

We could see some movement with crypto this week as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Vice Chairman Lael Brainard will be making statements and taking questions at a few different events in order to help assuage fears about a potential recession. Whenever Powell and Brainard speak, the commodities markets listen, so many crypto investors will be tuned in to hear what these two have to stay on the state of the economy.

Since we’re now in the middle of election season, the economic numbers are being gussied up as much as possible, and there is fear that the worst is yet to come. CryptoQuant analyst Jan Wustenfeld has noted that crypto hasn’t fallen as much as the NASDAQ over the last several months, and while that’s a good thing, it also means we might not have reached the bottom yet.

In happier news, Coin Telegraph highlighted four altcoins to watch whenever Bitcoin breaks out of its slump. ATOM, ALGO, CHZ, and QNT were the cryptocurrencies highlighted instead of other popular altcoins like XRP, ADA, SOL, or joke coins like DOGE and SHIB. ALGO and CHZ are both under $0.50 a coin with ATOM currently sitting around $14 and QNT over $110.

Thursday, September 22, 2022, News Update

For the third straight month, the Federal Reserve has decided to raise interest rates by 0.75% in order to curb inflation. That has spooked many in the crypto world, as contrary to what was previously believed, crypto has been tied to the commodities market. Now, the prime lending rate is between 3 and 3.25% in the United States, and that’s the highest it’s been since 2008.

This news was expected and led to a dip in Bitcoin, but we saw the price of Bitcoin and other cryptos rise after Japan intervened to support the price of the yen for the first time in almost 25 years.

Elsewhere, MicroStrategy continues to buy up Bitcoin and is now the largest corporate holder of Bitcoin according to an article in Yahoo Finance. The company stated that it bought another 301 Bitcoins for a little over $6 million on Tuesday, bringing its total to a whopping 130,000 Bitcoin.

That has led to many analysts looking towards MicroStrategy when it comes to whether to buy, hold, or sell. The company owns over 0.006% of the total supply of Bitcoin, and its 130,000 Bitcoin are currently worth approximately $2.5 billion.

Monday, September 19, 2022, News Update

The last week has been bad for Bitcoin. It looked like crypto and Bitcoin might be ready to take off last Monday after the most popular cryptocurrency surpassed $20,000. However, it has now fallen to a new low, plunging under $19,000 as of early Monday morning.

It's disappointing that the hype from the Ethereum merge wasn’t longer lasting. The long-awaited merge finally happened last week, leading to a little boost for Ethereum. However, the price for the second-biggest cryptocurrency has now fallen over 20% in the last five days, proving that the hype was short lived.

The primary reason why crypto has fallen over the last week is due to concerns about the Federal Reserve’s upcoming meeting. The Fed is expected to raise interest rates again in order to combat inflation, and we have seen crypto fall whenever interest rates increase. We are expected to see a price hike of 75 basis points on Tuesday, and that has led to bearish sentiment.

Another crypto could be in for quite the price drop too. The SEC sued Ripple almost two years ago, claiming that it was selling unregistered securities transactions. Both sides want to avoid a lengthy trial, so they have both requested the judge to make a summary judgment in the case. A ruling in favor of the SEC would really hurt Ripple (XRP), potentially sending its price under 30 cents.

Thursday, September 15, 2022, News Update

The merge is finally upon us! Merchants stopped accepting transactions in Ethereum on Wednesday as the long-awaited merge started to take place. This will make Ethereum much more ecofriendly in terms of mining and trading, and that will take away one of the critics’ biggest arguments against cryptocurrencies. While we are waiting for the merge to finish, here is some other news from the crypto world so far this week.

Multiple sites reported that South Korea has issued an arrest warrant for Do Kwon on Wednesday. Do Kwon was the primary developer of Luna and TerraUSD, the cryptocurrencies that completely self-destructed earlier this year, resulting in the loss of over $40 billion. The fallout led to the collapse of a few crypto companies, and it could have been worse if certain big names in the sphere didn’t step in and save others.

Do Kwon and five other formerly high-ranking employees in his company have been indicted, and they are all currently living in Singapore. It will be interesting to see if Singapore complies with the arrest warrant.

Elsewhere, the US Treasury has announced that it has sanctioned seven Bitcoin addresses that allegedly belong to an Iran-backed ransomware group associated with the country’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

Monday, September 12, 2022, News Update

This has been one of the most interesting weekends for crypto in quite some time. The price of Bitcoin and Ethereum has risen sharply over the weekend with Bitcoin climbing over 15% in the last five days and Ethereum climbing 7.8% in that same stretch. That comes on the back of the White House issuing a stark warning to crypto, stating that Congress might soon be asked to limit or outright ban cryptocurrency mining because of its environmental affects and potential burden to the power grid.

Following such a statement it was thought that crypto prices would drop across the board, but instead they started to rise. Interestingly enough, Bitcoin rose nearly twice as much as Ethereum too even though the merge is slated to take place sometime this week, and that will make Ethereum much greener if successful. It will be interesting to see whether this rise is merely due to crypto wonks thumbing their nose at the government, or if there is a real push to get back into crypto in the coming days.

We should get an indication as to which it is on Tuesday when the Federal Reserve releases the August consumer price index report. Thus far, inflationary measures and crypto prices have been correlated, and it will be curious to see whether that trend continues.

Thursday, September 8, 2022, News Update

Most of the articles that you see on Bitcoin this week pertain to one of two things. The one-year anniversary of El Salvador’s Bitcoin experiment and the upcoming Ethereum merge. Since we have spent a lot of time discussing El Salvador recently, let’s take another look at the merge that is set to take place with Ethereum sometime next week.

Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin said that the merge is scheduled to take place sometime between September 13-15. This will move Ethereum off of the proof-of-work mechanism that has been sharply criticized by environmentalists over the last several months for the energy it needs to work if it’s successful.

Many analysts think that this will help Ethereum take an even greater chunk of the crypto market share away from Bitcoin. While Bitcoin mining has been even more dependent on fossil fuels the last year or so, this will help Ethereum become more energy efficient, and it could help shake us out of crypto winter. There has been a lot more attention paid to energy too because of the war in Ukraine and the impact on Russian gas and oil, so this could help Ethereum in a big way.

Not everyone is optimistic about Ethereum after the merge though. Decrypt highlights a few naysayers who think that Ethereum will either be unaffected or negatively affected by the merge, and while they are in the minority, their opinions are worth reading.

Monday, September 5, 2022, News Update

Over the weekend, Bloomberg published a piece on Bitcoin in El Salvador. A lot of attention has been paid to the small Central American country in the crypto world ever since President Nayib Bukele declared that Bitcoin would be legal tender at this time last year. Unfortunately, Bukele’s Bitcoin bet has not paid off so far with the government holding almost $60 million in unrealized losses.

The original thought behind legalizing Bitcoin wasn’t a bad one. El Salvador has one of the world’s most remittance-based economies, and companies like Western Union and Moneygram were known for charging high rates to transfer money from the United States or elsewhere to El Salvador. However, the adoption rate has been incredibly low. The vast majority of citizens did not use the Bitcoin the government provided for them free of charge, and the central bank says that only 2% of remittances have been via crypto. That does not portend well for crypto’s future in the country.

In better news, the Ethereum merge is fast approaching. It is set to take place between September 10-20, and that has led to more optimism surrounding that crypto. Ethereum hasn’t taken as big of hits as Bitcoin has recently, as Ethereum continues to take market share away from Bitcoin.

Thursday, September 1, 2022, News Update

CoinTelegraph highlighted an interesting report from Daniel Batten earlier this week. Batten claims that Bitcoin can become a zero-emission network in the near future. This would largely be done by running Bitcoin mining off of the ‘stranded’ gas that is released from oil drilling, and a pilot program is already underway with Conoco Phillips. We are also seeing Bitcoin mining from animal waste in other parts of the world, and that is helpful too since the United Nations claims that the best way to slow climate change is by decreasing methane emissions.

Batten considers himself an environmentalist, and he is fully aware of the environmental critiques levied against crypto. Elon Musk and others have commented that they would be happy to invest in Bitcoin once again if its carbon footprint was decreased, and a big breakthrough in this department could lead to a boom in investing once more.

In other news, there’ another report about the state of Bitcoin mining in Texas this week. The Lone Star State was hailed as a Bitcoin mecca just a few years ago, but most of the companies that headed to Texas to set up mining operations have since either closed up shop or left the state. Major problems with the electric grid operated by ERCOT have been mostly to blame for the issues, and that has led to a backlog in approval for Bitcoin related projects in the state.

Monday, August 29, 2022, News Update

There wasn’t good news in the world of crypto over the weekend. The price of Bitcoin plunged below $20,000 after Jerome Powell (the Federal Reserve Chairman in the United States) stated that interest rates will keep rising in order to bring inflation in check. Bloomberg highlighted a speech that Powell gave on Friday, when he said that “Reducing inflation is likely to require a sustained period of below-trend growth.” He also stated that the Fed has an “overarching focus right now to bring inflation bring back down to our 2% goal…We are taking forceful and rapid steps to moderate demand so that it comes into better alignment with supply, and to keep inflation expectations anchored.”

That has led to a downturn in the global stock market and the crypto market. We are seeing these commodities tied together more and more, as crypto is not the hedge against inflation it was thought to be a couple years ago.

El Salvador is also in the news again as the country is reportedly on the brink of defaulting on its foreign debt obligations. The International Monetary Fund and World Bank refuse to help El Salvador as long as Bitcoin is being used as legal tender, but President Nayib Bukele has yet to budge. El Salvador must start repaying a massive debt to the IMF next year, and Bukele has a major decision to make if Bitcoin doesn’t recover by that point.

Thursday, August 25, 2022, News Update

Crypto and Bitcoin continue to stall pricewise this week, so let’s take a look at some other stories in the crypto community.

Decrypt reports that Coinstar ATMs are going to add other cryptocurrencies besides Bitcoin to their ATMs soon. Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Chainlink, Polygon, and Stellar will reportedly be added to the more than 10,000 ATMs that Coinstar operates in the coming weeks. This allows users to buy other cryptos besides Bitcoin with cash and then safely store them in a wallet.

The company has had Bitcoin ATMs since 2014, but this is the first time that it will delve into other cryptos. That has many investors excited, and there are further hopes that some new investors will get involved after President Biden announced his student loan debt relief package.

The news isn’t so optimistic across the pond as the Law Society of England and Wales has warned people to be wary of Bitcoin and other cryptos. This fear is nothing new from the old guard, but it is something to keep an eye on since some countries have really cracked down on Bitcoin. Not every country is wary of Bitcoin though, as El Salvador bought 80 more Bitcoin when the price dropped below $20,000 several weeks ago.

Monday, August 22, 2022, News Update

The last few days haven’t been good for Bitcoin. On Thursday, the price of Bitcoin was comfortable over $23,000, but it started to fall early Friday morning. Currently, Bitcoin has dropped almost 8% over the last five days, and it’s now under $21,500.

One of the reasons behind the sharp decline was due to a major issue with a software update from Bitcoin ATM manufacturer General Bytes. The manufacturer is one of the world’s biggest suppliers of Bitcoin ATMs with over 8,800 machines operating in more than 120 countries worldwide.

General Bytes stated that its servers were infiltrated using a zero-day attack that allowed hackers to make themselves the default administrators for all crypto going in and out of the machines. The good news is that this issue has since been fixed, but the company is still calculating the damage.

Additionally, Bitcoin fell because there is no longer as much interest in crypto futures. Coin Telegraph highlighted this in a recent article, showing that there is now a negative swing on Bitcoin futures, meaning that more people are betting on Bitcoin to all in the coming months. Time will tell whether or not that happens, but it is bringing down crypto prices in the present.

Thursday, August 18, 2022, News Update

Earlier in the week, it looked like Bitcoin would stabilize over $25,000 once more. Unfortunately, after briefly trading over that milestone mark, the price of Bitcoin fell upon news that inflation in the European Union was at record highs. The EU reported an average inflation rate of 9.8% across its member countries with the Baltic states being extremely affected. Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania all had inflation over 20%, and that’s very worrisome in that part of the world.

The United States Federal Reserve has been a little more effective in combating inflation, but recently released minutes from a July meeting show that they still believe that inflation is at an unacceptable level. Bitcoin and Ethereum both dropped by 0.9% within an hour of the release of those minutes, even though the Fed didn’t reveal anything new or unexpected.

Elsewhere, it looks like we have seen an end in the explosion of Bitcoin mining. The stagnant price of Bitcoin coupled with major issues in the energy sector has led to loads of Bitcoin miners either scaling down or closing up shop entirely. Over 19 million of the 21 million available Bitcoin have been mined at this point, so it’s unlikely we see Bitcoin mining ever reach its previous levels.

Monday, August 15, 2022, News Update

There was big news in the Bitcoin world late last week when BlackRock announced that it would launch a Bitcoin fund. BlackRock is the largest asset manager in the world with over $10 trillion in assets. Multiple analysts noted that this was a huge win for Bitcoin, as BlackRock CEO Larry Fink has reversed course after previously calling crypto an “index of money laundering”. That has helped fuel a run towards $25,000 over the weekend, and we could see Bitcoin surpass that milestone once again early this week.

The other big news involved Tornado Cash. The United States Treasury Department announced sanctions against the company last week for allegedly helping hackers launder more than $7 billion worth of crypto. Some in the crypto community stated that it was about time that Tornado Cash was punished as this behavior was known in some circles for a while, but others criticized the US for the move. Crypto lawyer Jake Chervinsky went on Twitter to voice his displeasure, saying “This underscores the Pandora’s Box that US Treasury may have opened by sanctioning autonomous blockchain-based software for the first time. There’s good reason why sanctions have always applied to entities, not technology.”

Only time will tell whether or not this is a sign of things to come, but there haven’t been a ton of alarms that the US government might be overstepping its bounds.

Thursday, August 11, 2022, News Update

There was a lot of anticipation in the crypto community for the latest Consumer Price Index from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The CPI is closely monitored because it is considered the gold standard when it comes to measuring inflation in the United States, and there was good news when the report noted that inflation had fallen from 9.1% in June to 8.5% in July. Inflation was expected to fall slightly to 8.7%, but this report beat expectations and led to a run on crypto. Bitcoin is currently up over 6% in the last 24 hours, and Ethereum is up 11% in that same stretch.

Stocks and equities are expected to rise too on Thursday with the news, helping the US economy three months before the mid-term elections. That’s good news for the Democrats, as a couple months ago, they were expected to get swept out of office in November. Now, Democrats are favored to retain control of the US Senate by the political betting odds.

In other news, the Reserve Bank of Australia announced its intention to create a pilot program to test the potential of a central bank cryptocurrency. We won’t know the results of this program for over a year, but any testing is a good sign for the community as a whole.

Monday, August 8, 2022, News Update

Craig Wright is in the news again after winning a libel case against blogger Peter McCormack. Wright has claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto for the last six years, and that is an assertion that McCormack vigorously denied. McCormack called Wright a fraud in a widely shared YouTube video and doubled down on those claims on Twitter, resulting in Wright bringing a libel case against him.

Wright did not prove that he was Satoshi Nakamoto in the trial, and the judge issued a scathing rebuke of Wright even though he was awarded the trivial sum of £1 for damages. The judge stated that Wright brought forward a deliberately false case with false evidence, and so he was only awarded the minimum amount for damages.

Although he won the case, Wright stated that he intends to appeal. He released a statement saying, “I intend to appeal the adverse findings of the judgment in which my evidence was clearly misunderstood. I will continue legal challenges until these baseless and harmful attacks designed to belittle my reputation stop.”

Wright has been increasingly litigious over the last few years. He has filed lawsuits against Marcus Granath, two cryptocurrency exchanges, and Roger Ver, as he continues to assert that he is Satoshi Nakamoto.

Thursday, August 4, 2022, News Update

There was bad news for crypto once again just as some shine was finally starting to peak out from the clouds in crypto winter. In July, The Verge reported that over $2 billion had been stolen from Web3 projects so far this year via hacks and exploits, and there was another big hit on Monday night.

Blockchain bridge Nomad reportedly lost nearly $200 million as hackers were able to exploit a feature following an update to Nomad’s code. According to CNBC, a portion of the code was accidentally always marked as valid whenever a user decided to initiate a transfer, allowing anyone to make a transfer for any amount. Word quickly spread in hacking communities, and Nomad lost a fortune by the time the exploit was discovered.

In other news, MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor announced that he will resign from his position after the company lost over $1 billion in Q2, largely though Bitcoin losses. Saylor came under increased scrutiny after the company continued to buy Bitcoin as its price was plummeting, and the company has octupled its investments in the leading cryptocurrency over the last two years.

MicroStrategy president Phong Le will take over for Saylor as CEO of the company. Phong Le issued a statement to shareholders that said, “I look forward to leading the organization for the long-term health and growth of our enterprise software and bitcoin acquisition strategies.”

Monday, August 1, 2022, News Update

The month of July has come to an end, and it ended up being the best month for Bitcoin in nine months. We saw the price of Bitcoin rise by over 25% from where it was at the start of the month, leading to optimism that we are nearing the end of crypto winter.

It’s been an even better month for Ethereum by a significant margin. The second-biggest cryptocurrency in the world is up almost 60% this month after trading around $1,000 at the start of July. There is growing hype for the long-awaited merge, and if it is successful, we could see another run for Ethereum. That is leading to growing talk of the “flippening”, when Ethereum potentially surpasses Bitcoin as the premier crypto in the world. This kind of talk seemed wildly speculative five years ago, but now it is a distinct possibility.

While El Salvador’s Bitcoin experiment has been problematic at best, we are still seeing other Central American countries willing to give crypto a chance. Most recently, the Honduran resort town of Santa Lucia has seen several businesses openly advertise that they are accepting Bitcoin in order to spur travel. Santa Lucia is less than a 30-minute drive from the capital of Tegucigalpa, and it recently celebrated its 200th anniversary.


In January 2009, Bitcoin was created by Satoshi Nakamoto. The identity of Nakamoto remains hotly debated to this day, but that person or group changed the world with this invention.
Like many major breakthroughs, it took a while for people to grasp why Bitcoin was special. Bitcoin was created in the midst of the banking crisis, and one of its major goals was to give people another option to buy and sell products outside of a heavily regulated and centralized banking system.

The first entities to fully embrace Bitcoin were black market enterprises like Silk Road. For a while, Bitcoin became synonymous with the notorious website, but its use became more and more widespread starting in 2013.

That led to the price of Bitcoin skyrocketing and reaching incredible heights in 2017. On January 1, 2017 a single Bitcoin was worth $998, but that price rose by nearly 20-fold near the end of the year, hitting an all-time high of $19,666 on December 17, 2017. Bitcoin has left those prices in the dust in 2021, as the price of Bitcoin is approaching $50,000.


One of the major criticisms of Bitcoin is that the currency wildly fluctuates and that has proven to be true in 2021. As Bitcoin has become more accepted and understood, investors are getting a better understanding of what leads to price changes, and that has led to the Bitcoin market looking a lot like the stock market.


There have been fears over how secure Bitcoin is over the years, but transactions are even more secure as they are in the traditional marketplace thanks to blockchain technology.

Whereas we are constantly hearing stories of companies having their databases hacked and identities being stolen, the nature of blockchain presents this from happening with Bitcoin.

For a transaction to occur, the sender must know their private key and digitally sign the transaction, and the signature must be verified by the network using the public key. The number of private keys makes it nearly impossible to hack into another person’s account, but there is one thing to keep in mind. You MUST keep your private key backed up somewhere or else you will lose access to your Bitcoin. Don’t make the mistake of not backing up your private key and risk losing your hard earned money.

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