Delivering an asset-backed coin and observably low-risk investment strategies, Cycoin provides investors safe exposure to cryptocurrency markets
(September 18, 2018) Cycoin has delivered the world’s first digital asset-backed coin which gives investors a low-risk income stream derived from cryptocurrency market investments. Cryptocurrency investing is time-consuming and risky for novice and experienced investors alike. Cycoin’s veteran team of industry professionals mitigate that risk by using their deep experience to deliver real income to Cycoin holders.
Currently in its pre-ICO stage, Cycoin will use its raised funds to purchase cryptocurrencies on exchanges that offer those assets on margin loan. After converting the entire fund into crypto assets during Cycoin’s first phase, those assets will be lent to traders on exchanges to accrue margin lending interest which ranges from .02%–5% per day, depending on the asset. …
In a first for investment funds, Cycoin enables on-chain governance for an investor-centric approach to asset ownership
In traditional investment funds, investors are often relegated to powerless positions wherein the fund manager, for better or worse, assumes full power over decision making. Investors are left with no say in the direction of the fund and, most disconcertingly, have no real ownership stake over the assets the fund holds.
Cycoin is changing the paradigm of powerlessness for investors through its innovative digital asset fund governed by Coin Democracy. …
The vandalism by Goldman’s as co-authors of the global financial market meltdown, now rises again, aiming squarely at crypto and all us little guys in there, who just want more than what the current societal and institutional construct is willing to let us have.
Goldman Sachs, the golden staph of the financial world dumps its Bitcoin trading desk ‘plans’, not because it was ever going to run one, but because it wants to distribute negative sentiment in the crypto economy.
Here’s why, Goldman Sach’s revenue from IPO’s was $7.2 billion in 2017, their most profitable business segment, and ICO’s have taken 45% market share away from IPO’s and away from Goldman Sachs in Q2 2018. …
The vandalism by Goldman’s as co-authors of the global financial market collapse, now rises again, aiming squarely at crypto and all the little guys in there who just want more than what the current societal and institutional construct is willing to let them have.
Goldman Sachs dumps its Bitcoin trading desk ‘plans’, not because it was ever going to run one, but because it wants to distribute negative sentiment in the crypto economy.
Much like what its sub-prime mortgage business did to the world in 2008, Goldman Sachs takes another swipe at the small investor, with the clear knowledge that if they create misery, the US taxpayer will continue to be forced to support them. …
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With the worlds leading economies moving to regulate investing in crypto in an effort to halt people from being scammed (at least that is what they claim is the reason), when will the regulators move to stop their leaders from scamming? Say, maybe start with Trump? https://edition.cnn.com/2018/08/01/opinions/what-trump-is-doing-to-america-is-not-normal-opinion-dantonio/index.html
Funds management giant Blackrock takes a swing at crypto spurring gains across leading coins. We may see the bull market run return from hereon
There are many forms of arbitrage that exist across many different markets. But what is arbitrage trading and how does it work?
In simple terms, if you went to a local farmers market and at one end of the market a stall was selling tomatoes for $1 and at the other end of the market a stall was buying tomatoes for $1.50, you could buy tomatoes from the first stall and sell them at the second stall and make a profit of $0.50 per tomato. …
Bean counter jumps ship, welcome to the light….
Looks like the woes of the banking industry have finally caught up and brought enlightenment to the darker recesses of the number cruncher’s world for one bright exec. Well done sport.
Its likely he is one of a long line set to acknowledge the great benefits of the distributed ledger system and the dim outlook ahead for the old school industries.
With Litecoin recently purchasing a stake in a German bank, seems the tide has shifted.
And as the effects of cyrpto and mass adoption of cashless payments continues to take hold to diminish markets banks and other firms have traditionally lived on, those industries wane.
Look out crypto world, there’s going to be a line up knocking on our doors…