Bitcoin didn’t turn out that bad, Horsley suggested. Is it protection against printing money?
Bitcoin is not able to protect investors from all global crises, such as those related to coronavirus, but can ultimately protect people from central banks, governments and the push of new money. Two cryptocurrency advocates agreed after fresh turbulence on world markets. Bitwise, a representative, indicated that Bitcoin, in a way and given its current volatility, outperformed the S&P 500.
Monday led to major shocks in the currency and stock markets, which later joined the yields on US government bonds. The overall yield curve for US bonds fell below 1%, signaling strong investor concerns about the global recession, the “war” over oil prices and the impact of coronavirus. At the same time, bitcoin lost almost 15% against the dollar (later erased part of the loss). However, Hunter Horsley, CEO of Bitwise, who sought the approval of Bitcoin ETF, pointed out that Bitcoin is doing better than ever before in comparison with the S&P 500. More details.
The daily number of decentralized Brave browser users exceeds 4 million. Informed CEO Brave Brendan Eich, who is also the former CEO of the browser Mozilla. Monthly turns on Brave at least once to 12.2 million users.
YouTube continues crypto censorship
Once again, crypto currency insiders and creators are censored by the popular YouTube video platform. The overall review of cryptocurrency video makers has intensified since the recent Terms of Service update.
Popular vloger Ivan on Tech has announced on Twitter that a large amount of censorship from Youtube has caused a mass exodus of cryptocurrency video makers. Creators are looking for new free platforms to create their videos.
THE CRYPTO PURGE CONTINUES!!@TeamYouTube removed our video from this morning and gave us a strike AGAIN!!!— Ivan on Tech (@IvanOnTech) March 9, 2020
Nothing harmful or dangerous in that content…
RETWEET SO WE CAN SOLVE THIS AGAIN QUICKLY!!
WOW THANK YOU ALL WHO TUNED IN!!— Ivan on Tech (@IvanOnTech) March 10, 2020
We streamed for the first time on our own platform outside youtube, and it was way better than expected
ADD THIS TO YOUR BOOKMARKS AND JOIN DAILY 8AM CEThttps://t.co/pD2dItWjDv
Youtube has consistently implemented stricter guidelines to limit the kinds of content available to the platform’s viewers, while at the same time, they have constantly modified the search algorithm to recommend only approved content in its autoplay feature. More details.