For market research and insights, follow the articles in Flagship's Market Insights. They provide analysis and assessments of the latest technological developments, terms, and innovations in the Cryptocurrency industry worldwide.
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The fall of Sam Bankman-Fried and his cryptocurrency exchange, FTX, has been a dizzying and dramatic story of risks, rewards, and beanbags.
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The internet and bitcoin were both initially poorly understood and unknown, but the internet has since become an integral part of our daily lives and bitcoin has gained significant attention and adoption, potentially becoming as widespread as the internet.
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Fully diluted valuation (FDV) is a measure of the value of a company if all outstanding securities, such as options, warrants, and convertible debt, were converted into shares. This represents the maximum value a company could reach, including all potential future equity that could be issued.
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This article provides a comprehensive overview of the MACD, TD Sequential, and Bollinger bands, three technical indicators commonly used in cryptocurrency trading.
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Optimism is a Layer 2 scaling solution for Ethereum that utilizes optimistic rollups to improve transaction speeds, reduce costs, and increase security for decentralized applications on the Ethereum blockchain.
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El Salvador made history in 2022 when it became the first country to acknowledge bitcoin as a legal tender alongside the US dollar.
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Bitcoin has come a long way since its inception in 2008, and 2022 has been a noteworthy year for cryptocurrency.
Do you want to outperform the competition in this dynamic and changing market? This article will cover five crypto research tools that can assist you in identifying promising investments and minimizing potential losses.
The cryptocurrency and blockchain industry has often been viewed with skepticism and even outright contempt by some who argue that it lacks any real value or purpose.
In recent years, video Know Your Customer (KYC) technology has become increasingly common among businesses to quickly and easily verify the identity of their customers. We expect this trend to dissipate shortly, becoming obsolete.