Billions Are Flowing Into The Logistics Industry To Solve Today’s Delivery Issues

Meet LiteLink Technologies (CSE:LLT), Creator of the Most Comprehensive Logistics Solution The Sector Desperately Needs Hidden beneath the booming retail economy that’s seen e-commerce sales double over the last five years is what some call the lifeblood of the economy—LOGISTICS. Shipping products to customers, while tracking the shipments, monitoring inventories, and minimizing losses and disruptions is big business. Last year, the third-party logistics (3PL) market grew 10.5% to $184.3 billion in the US alone[1]. At the forefront of the next industrial revolution in logistics management is LiteLink Technologies (CSE:LLT), which…

Crypto News | Bitcoin Mining in Norway and the State of the Crypto Market

In today’s edition of Crypto News, we’ll cover why Bitcoin mining is expected to get a lot more expensive in Norway in 2019 and the details of the crypto market hitting its 10-day low. Crypto News: Bitcoin Mining in Norway A Swiss newspaper made the announcement today that its country will be acting to end electricity subsidies for Bitcoin mining. Until now, mining farms operating in Norway have been paying a low rate of 0.48 ore per kilowatt. As of January 2019, it will be raised to 16.58 ore per…

Crypto Miners Sell off Mining Devices ‘by Kilo’ Amidst Market Decline

Cryptocurrency mining operations in China are reportedly selling mining machines by weight, as opposed to price per unit. This selloff was reported by local Chinese crypto outlet 8BTC Wednesday, Nov. 21, with reference to the cryptocurrency mining pool F2Pool. Cryptocurrency markets experienced widespread decline throughout last week, with Bitcoin (BTC) declining to as low as $4,300 per coin. The decline has resulted in a similar drop in mining profitability and forced Chinese operators to sell their mining devices at a loss, according to 8BTC. The news outlet has reported that…

Colorado ICOs | Regulators Stop Another 18 ICOs

The US federal authorities are strict against ICOs, or initial coin offerings. Projects are being shut down before they can even get started and this is now happening at State level. Colorado ICOs Shut Down Four more ICOs in Colorado were put on notice on Tuesday. This brings the total number of ICOs stopped by the state’s bodies to 18 this month. That number is expected to reach 20 as the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies hinted that two more ICOs are pending. The state’s ‘ICO Task Force’ is investigating…

Why Major Crypto Exchanges are Granting Bitcoin Cash With BCH Ticker

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn The hash power war between Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin Cash SV (BCHSV) ended with a one-sided victory for BCH. Prior to the hard fork on November 15, major cryptocurrency exchanges publicly expressed support towards the roadmap set forth by bitcoincash.org or ABC, the original Bitcoin Cash blockchain network. Fast forward eight days, a growing number of leading cryptocurrency trading platforms have begun to officially adopt ABC as the original Bitcoin Cash network with the ticker BCH. What Triggered Coinbase and Kraken to Support BCH? Earlier this…

What Is Going On With the Crypto Markets, Analysts Unpack Factors Behind 10-Days Slump

Over the last 10 days the cryptocurrency markets have endured a massive sell-off across the board. There are a number of reasons that have led to the highly bearish sentiments on the market but seeing red has been difficult for many. As the value of Bitcoin and numerous altcoins have continued to decline to depressing levels, and a certain amount of panic has ensued. Cointelegraph has reached out to various industry professionals to explore the reasons behind this most recent slump in the market and what to possibly expect in…

Norway Withdraws Electricity Subsidies From Bitcoin Mining Farms

Norway has acting to end electricity subsidies for Bitcoin (BTC) mining facilities, Norway’s largest printed newspaper Aftenposten reported Nov. 21. Until now, mining farms — in keeping with other power-intensive industries — paid a low rate of 0.48 øre ($0.05) per kilowatt. This will now rise to 16.58 øre per kilowatt as of January 2019, following an amended to the state budget agreement. One vocal parliamentary representative for the Socialist Left Party (SV) Lars Haltbrekken is quoted as strongly advocating the action, arguing: “Norway can not continue to provide huge…

Investors in US Market Paid $39,000 to Buy Bitcoin at Peak Using GBTC

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn In the bull market of 2017, crypto investors paid more than $40,000 per Bitcoin (BTC) to purchase the dominant cryptocurrency. In the US market, a product called the Bitcoin Investment Trust (GBTC) offered by Grayscale Investment, a subsidiary of Digital Currency Group (DCG) exists that allows retail investors to invest in Bitcoin through the same account used in the stock market and other public markets. $39,000 Per BTC Every share of GBTC, an investment vehicle listed on OTC Markets, an American financial market providing price and liquidity…

Crypto Markets Shaky but Most Top Coins See Only Mild Losses

Thursday, Nov. 22: after a period of tumult, the crypto markets are today somewhat calmer, with most of the top ten cryptocurrencies seeing only mild losses capped beneath a 3 percent range. A scattering of top twenty coins are even tipping into green, as data from Coin360 shows. Market visualization by Coin360 Bitcoin (BTC) has today jaggedly veered between below $4,450 and $4,630; as of press time, the top coin is at $4,517, down 0.4 percent on its 24-hour chart. After a further sell-off brought Bitcoin to as low as…

Price Predictions Roam Free As Bitcoin Stabilizes Above $4,500

Since the crypto industry’s monumental rise to prominence on a planetary stage, pundits and consumers alike have sought to predict where Bitcoin (BTC), a mechanism to achieve financial freedom, is bearing. While some have succeeded, by luck or other means, other wannabe soothsayers haven’t seen an ounce of success, to put it lightly. Regardless, in this market’s most recent downturn, which began a week yesterday, price predictions have remained the flavor of the month, as it were. And with metaphorical heaps of op-eds, tweets issued in crazed frenzies, and insightful…