National Debt News
National debt is a public debt carried by the federal government of the country. National debt is a result of the financial borrowing of the country made to cover a deficit in the budget. There are two kinds of national debt, such as internal — which means the creditors are the residents of the country — and external — which means the creditors are from other countries. The first country in the world in terms of their national debt is Japan, and the country having the largest external national debt is the U.S. The U.S. national debt can be seen on the U.S. debt clock, set in the center of New York. In terms of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin — in some countries with a large national debt — was used as a way to store the value of money. Moreover, some countries use Bitcoin to pay its national debt.
In our latest Cointelegraph Report, we analyze the causes leading to the decline of the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency and its potential implications...
De-dollarization: Is it really happening?
The United States’ debt ceiling is one step closer to being raised, but Larry Fink says trust in the U.S. dollar is being eroded, which could be good news for B...
Blackrock CEO issues dire warning over ‘debt ceiling drama’ — Bullish for Bitcoin?
Join us as we discuss the current U.S. debt ceiling crisis and what it means for Bitcoin and the crypto market.
Debt ceiling crisis: Best practices to navigate this market
Bitcoin bears benefit from the current macroeconomic uncertainty and are aiming for a $270 million profit if the BTC price falls below $25,000.
Bitcoin price hangs in the balance — Friday’s $2.26B BTC options could result in more downside
BTC price action could attempt a reclaim of $30,000, analysis says, with Bitcoin climbing through its trading range.
Bitcoin ‘buys the rumor’ on US debt ceiling as BTC price nears $27.5K
BTC’s price could be on the verge of a bullish breakout, according to derivatives data, but ultimately the macroeconomic scenario will dictate the trend.
Bitcoin price consolidation at $27,000 sparks speculation of imminent BTC breakout
Cointelegraph analyst and writer Marcel Pechman explains how and why the U.S. Treasury is quickly running out of cash, and what that means for Bitcoin and the c...
The US Treasury is running out of cash — Trouble ahead for Bitcoin?