Julia Magas

Julia is a researcher/journalist who covers the latest trends in finance and technology. Since 2013, she has been researching the cryptocurrency market and coordinating international conferences. Julia’s works are featured by popular fintech magazines, including Investing, SeekingAlpha and Bitcoinist, where she interviewed representatives from MIT, Indeed, Ethereum and more. She's trading some stocks and digital currencies for experimental purposes and hunting for the most interesting, cutting-edge technologies' use cases in investing and finance.

Author’s posts

Analysis
While a 29% drop in Bitcoin’s hash rate might be due to the miners’ capitulation, analysts point to other factors that could have had a bigger impact.
Bitcoin Hash Rate Drop: Miners, the Halving and Coronavirus Suspected
Julia Magas
2020-03-31T16:35:00+01:00
Analysis
With many now working remotely, blockchain conferences have also been either postponed, canceled or moved online to avoid the coronavirus.
Crypto Conferences Finding Ways to Adapt Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Julia Magas
2020-03-24T17:58:00+00:00
Follow up
After Robinhood experienced its third outage, crypto traders are demanding compensation and threatening to sue the app. Is the platform fighting for its reputat...
Robinhood Outages During Historic Price Action Sparks Heated Community Reaction
Julia Magas
2020-03-14T13:34:00+00:00
Analysis
As the blockchain industry becomes mainstream, more women are getting involved in the market, making it no longer a men-only business.
Women in Blockchain: Has Gender Distribution Come to the Crypto Market?
Julia Magas
2020-03-09T19:33:00+00:00
Analysis
Do blockchain and data security have a mutual relationship or is it not as secure to use blockchain when it comes to storing data?
Blockchain Storage Offers Security, but Leaves Data Transparent
Julia Magas
2020-03-01T12:07:00+00:00
Analysis
As the Bitcoin halving approaches, analysts are guessing whether Bitcoin’s price will actually increase after it goes through the halving event.
Half of Predictions Are Right Half the Time — BTC’s Halving Divides Opinions
Julia Magas
2020-02-23T00:00:00+00:00
Analysis
Partnerships, deanonymization and transaction pattern analysis: What else do international police use to detect crypto cybercriminals?
Law Enforcement’s Guide to Policing Crypto Cybercrimes
Julia Magas
2020-02-19T03:00:00+00:00
Follow up
With the launch of Aztec, the Ethereum blockchain can finally become anonymous. What does this exactly mean, and how do we use it?
Aztec at Its Core: A Solution to Make Ethereum Transactions Anonymous
Julia Magas
2020-02-11T03:30:00+00:00

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