One of the smartest ways to invest in cryptocurrency (or anything, for that matter) is to do something called dollar-cost averaging. You can learn more about what that means in our longer guide, but basically, you spread out your buys over a long period of time so that your dollar cost averages out to be
Payments company Square is launching Bitcoin deposits for its Cash App. Prior to yesterday, users could only buy, sell, or transfer cryptocurrency to another wallet. According to Cash App’s website, the company will soon be allowing deposits from third-party wallets as well.
Back in March, the Amazon-owned live streaming video platform Twitch.tv removed cryptocurrency from its subscription payment options. Now, just as silently as they removed it, Twitch has re-added Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash back to their payment options. This comes just three months after it was removed, as Coindesk reported at the time: A Reddit user posted the
Mark Cuban, famed billionaire investor and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, took to Twitter yesterday to confirm that fans would be able to buy Mavs tickets with Bitcoin starting “next season.” The next NBA season commences this fall, so we could see the ability to buy Mavs tickets with BTC before the end of the
Last January, we told you about a tweet from renowned American businessman and billionaire Mark Cuban. In the tweet, Cuban said that his NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks, would begin accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies “Next season.” The tweet has since been deleted.
Coinbase, the popular San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange, has announced that users can now withdraw their Bitcoin SV, or BSV for short. The new token was the result of a hard fork in Bitcoin Cash that occurred in mid-November, which essentially split the Bitcoin spin-off into two more chains: Bitcoin Cash, and Bitcoin SV.