Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show April 10: Bitcoin (BTC) Exceeds 400 Million Transactions but Has Lots of Room to Grow, Bitstamp Gets New York BitLicense, Blockchain-based Streaming Platform DLive Trying to Compete With YouTube, Strange Case of the Man Who Is in Prison After Scamming Dark Web Users

April 10, 2019 / by Zachary Mashiach

Listen to the April 10 Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show

On this edition of the Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show, we do a deep dive market analysis. Bitcoin (BTC) remains stuck below the $5,300 resistance level but appears to be preparing for another attempt to break this critical resistance. We discuss how Bitcoin (BTC) has now processed 400 million transactions since it was created, which is a big milestone, but there is a ton of room to grow. To put things in perspective, Visa processes 150 million transactions per day, so in three days, Visa processes more transactions than Bitcoin (BTC) has in its entire history. Hear about the strange case of a hacker who scammed dark web users and is now in prison. We also discuss the blockchain-based streaming platform DLive which has the goal of competing with YouTube, but simultaneously, it is unlikely that any blockchain dApp could compete with YouTube. Learn about how Bitstamp has finally received the New York BitLicense.

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