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The Question Holding Up Regulations in the US; Is Cryptocurrency a Security or Commodity?

 A major concern for investors is crypto regulatory uncertainty. The US Securities and Exchange Commission has continued to insist that all cryptocurrencies other than bitcoin should be regulated by the SEC. A former SEC executive suggested in a 2018 speech that cryptos can be labeled as non-securities as they achieve sufficient decentralization. Find out if your crypto is a security or a commodity. Crypto regulatory uncertainty is a major concern for investors. The US Securities and Exchange Commission has continued to insist that all cryptocurrencies, except bitcoin, should be regulated by them. A former SEC executive suggested in a 2018 speech that cryptos can be labelled as non-securities as they achieve sufficient decentralization. Find out if your crypto is a security or a commodity. A New York district court called bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) "crypto commodities" in late August 2023. By 2023, the debate over whether cryptocurrencies are securities or commodities m
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SEC Adds 26 Crypto Related Firms to the Pause List

Unregistered Soliciting Entities (PAUSE) is a list of unregistered entities that use misleading information to solicit investors. This list allows investors to avoid becoming victims of fraud. The SEC does not find violations of U.S. federal securities laws or make a judgment about the merit of any securities being offered on the PAUSE list. The SEC's PAUSE list is updated regularly as the staff identifies new unregistered entities that are soliciting investors. The list includes the name of the entity, the type of investment product being offered, and the method of solicitation. You can see the list here. US Gov 

Gold and Silver Modest Weekly Losses This Week Amid Higher Inflation 9/15

Inflation news and Fed rate hike bets drove major U.S. markets this week. Gold and silver fell as the dollar index reached a five-month high near 105.13. Although the dollar index dropped 0.5% on Monday, gold eased slightly. In the end, gold ended Monday slightly lower at $1,922, while silver saw no change at $23.15. As the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield rose, momentum for the yellow metal was stifled. As the dollar rebounded Tuesday, gold fell to a two-week low of $1,911, while silver dropped below $23. As investors anticipate U.S. inflation data on Wednesday, the Nasdaq Composite shed the most, at 1.06%. Meanwhile, U.S. equities fell as tech stocks slid. Earlier this week, the consumer price index jumped by 0.6% in August, its largest gain in 14 months. Core inflation rose by 0.3% in August, also reported on Wednesday. Core inflation, which excludes food and energy prices, was expected to rise by 0.2%. At the Fed's policy meeting on September 20th, the odds favored no change in

How to Buy Crypto with Paypal

Introduction to Crypto and PayPal Cryptocurrencies are digital or virtual tokens that use cryptography to secure their transactions and control the creation of new units. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized, meaning they are not subject to government or financial institution control. PayPal is one of the largest online payment processors in the world. Founded in 1998, PayPal allows customers to send, receive, and hold funds in 25 currencies worldwide. In October 2020, PayPal announced that it would allow users to buy, sell, and hold cryptocurrency on its platform. To buy crypto with PayPal, you will need to create a PayPal account and link it to a bank account or debit card. Once your account is set up, you can find a reputable cryptocurrency exchange supporting PayPal payments. Once you have found an exchange, you will need to create an account and deposit funds into your account. Once your funds are deposited, you can then purchase cryptocurrency using your PayPal balance. Setting Up

Crypto Trading Tools That Use Artificial Intelligence

In cryptocurrency trading, AI is being incorporated in several different ways. There are now trading bots powered by AI-based applications such as ChatGPT, investment portfolios compiled by AI bots, and market forecasting contests. Bots for trading Trading bots can be hosted on cryptocurrency exchanges or integrated with exchanges via application programming interfaces (APIs). A bot is typically used for short-term trading, and a trader can set it up to follow a specific strategy by watching for specific patterns in the available data. However, crypto bots can implement dollar-cost averaging (DCA) into long-term investments, which are generally less risky but also much simpler. With ChatGPT, traders can create computer code for specific trading strategies on certain exchanges, including Binance, such as momentum trading Bitcoin. This gives ChatGPT new functionality to trading bots. Additionally, it will explain the source of the pricing data and which parameters in the code need to be

How to Make Money with NFTs

  Unleashing the Potential: How to Make Money with NFTs Are you ready to dive into the world of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and unlock a whole new realm of financial possibilities? From digital art to virtual real estate, NFTs have taken the world by storm, revolutionizing the way we buy, sell, and own unique assets.  What is an NFT? An NFT, or non-fungible token, is a type of cryptocurrency that represents a unique asset. Unlike fungible tokens like Bitcoin or Ethereum, which can be divided into smaller units, NFTs are indivisible and each one is unique. This makes them ideal for representing digital assets like art, music, or video games. NFTs are stored on a blockchain, just like other cryptocurrencies. However, because they represent unique assets, they require a different type of blockchain than the ones used for fungible tokens. The most popular blockchain for NFTs is Ethereum, which has been specifically designed for this purpose. Because NFTs are still a new technology, there is

How to Create and Sell NFTs Step by Step Guide

Creating and Selling NFTs: A Step-by-Step Tutorial  A Beginner's Guide to Whether you're an artist looking for new ways to showcase your work or simply curious about this groundbreaking technology, our beginner's guide is here to help. In this step-by-step tutorial, we'll demystify the process of creating and selling NFTs so you can join the revolution and unlock a whole new realm of possibilities. Get ready to unleash your creativity and discover how NFTs are reshaping the art market as we know it! Introduction to NFTs NFTs are a new and exciting way to collect, trade, and sell digital assets. Unlike traditional cryptocurrencies, NFTs are unique, immutable, and non-fungible. This means that each NFT is one-of-a-kind and can not be replaced by another token. Unlike cryptocurrencies, NFTs are stored on a blockchain, but they can represent anything from in-game items to digital art. One of the most popular platforms for buying and selling NFTs is OpenSea. In this tutorial