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Bitcoin

Boom for Bitcoin as Wall Street Veteran Blasts Powell over

Bitcoin could continue playing its global safe-haven hedge role as a Wall Street veteran blasts off Jerome Powell and his pro-inflation policies in his latest opinion editorial. The benchmark cryptocurrency could rise as Andrew Parlin, founder/chief investment officer at Washington Peak Investment Advisors in New Jersey, warns about how the Federal Reserve chairman has thought […]Read More

Bitcoin

Bitcoin Drops After Powell Pours Cold Water on Inflation Expectations

A dramatically heightened inflation makes up the strongest bullish case for Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that poses itself as the safest insurance against a potential rise in consumer prices and fiat devaluation caused by central banks’ quantitative easing programs and the government’s trillions of dollars worth of stimulus packages. But on Tuesday, Bitcoin faced a headwind […]Read More

Regulation

Bitcoin is much closer to gold than to dollar, says

U.S. Federal Reserve says digital currencies can ‘coexist’ with cash Jerome Powell, head of the US Federal Reserve, said state-backed digital currencies and official Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) can function alongside fiat money in the coming years, as per a report on business outlet Bloomberg on Thursday. 2 min read → Source linkRead More

Bitcoin

Powell Comments Leaves Bitcoin Market Sour; Bearish Assault Ahead?

A dayslong sell-off in the Bitcoin market intensified, and Treasury yields jumped Thursday, as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell did little in subsiding fears about the recent spike in government debt selling. At the Wall Street Journal Jobs Summit, Mr. Powell reiterated that the US economy is far from achieving maximum employment. He spoke about […]Read More

Market

Fed Chair Powell: ‘We’d Welcome Higher Inflation’

U.S. Federal Reserve officials voted Wednesday to keep monetary conditions at historically loose levels while waiting for the economy to heal. Chairman Jerome Powell said he doesn’t want to put a timeline on tapering the U.S. central bank’s $120 billion-a-month in asset purchases. “In terms of tapering it’s just premature,” Powell said. “We said we’d […]Read More