As the global economy moves into a recession in the second half of 2002, Bitcoin will likely rally alongside gold and treasury bonds, according to Mike McGlone, a senior commodity strategist at Bloomberg.
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Investors avoid risk assets during a crisis, but excessive cash sitting in financial institutions could also be good for the cryptocurrencies.
Ether has rebounded by nearly 40% in the last six days despite persistent "bull trap" risks.
Bitcoin has not seen a full-blown recession since it was launched as a response to the 2008 global financial crisis.
Podcaster and Bitcoin educator Natalie Brunell believes the current market turmoil could lead to regulation favoring Bitcoin over alts.
Brutal economic conditions coupled with dramatically falling crypto prices have led to massive layoffs within the blockchain industry.
In an exclusive interview with Cointelegraph, macro investor Raoul Pal analyzes the macro factors that are keeping the crypto markets under pressure and the triggers that could spark the next Bitcoin rally.
DAO structures could provide workers with greater ownership and decision-making opportunities, but how soon will these models be implemented?
If nation-states held their reserves in Bitcoin, instead of fiat, they would be less incentivized to go to war, says CSO at the Human Right Foundation, Alex Gladstein.
Head of international policy at Chainalysis explains why crypto is not a silver bullet for evading international sanctions.