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Tuur Demeester is a cryptocurrency enthusiast, investor and analyst. Tuur holds a degree in Economics from the Austrian University and currently specializes on the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency market. He is the editor-in-chief of Adamant Research. Tuur Demeester’s Bitcoin career started in 2012 when he first discovered Bitcoin in his research trip to Argentina. Since then, he started recommending investing in cryptocurrency. He frequently shares with his expert opinion about cryptocurrency in terms of the economy, which is very important in determining the investment and market prospects of digital assets. That is why Tuur Demeester’s Twitter is highly popular among concerned user, since he posts his comments there.
All major coins have retreated from psychologically significant dollar amounts after nearly breaking through.
Bitcoin and Altcoins Pull Back From Psychologically Challenging Levels
Jon Buck
The Bitcoin Investment Trust (GBTC) is currently trading at $927 per share. It represents a price of $10,000 per Bitcoin, almost 120 percent premium on the curr...
Bitcoin Price at $10,000 For GBTC Shares, Trading at 120 Percent Premium
Jon Buck
As Bitcoin use cases proliferate, and liquidity increases, the safe haven properties and the currency properties of Bitcoin will continue to mesh.
Indonesian Workers Using Bitcoin for Liquid Wage Transfers
Jon Buck
Despite Bitcoin circling all-time highs over $4,000, it would cost up to $7,000 if it had its old market dominance, Alistair Milne says.
$4,200 Bitcoin Would Cost $7,000 at Pre-2017 Market Dominance: Alistair Milne
William Suberg
Cryptocurrency has surged to a new all-time high market cap of $121 bln but Bitcoin dominance is waning.
Record $121 Bln Crypto Market Cap Comes As Bitcoin Share Dwindles
William Suberg
“Hedge funds with crypto exposure "exploding," writes economist and investor Tuur Demeester.
Hedge Funds Tied to Cryptocurrencies Exploding, Over 70 in Pipeline
Jon Buck
LedgerX could power cryptocurrency on a ‘virtuous cycle’ to broader adoption, Bloomberg thinks.
Bitcoin Adoption ‘Virtuous Cycle’ Can Start Thanks to LedgerX: Bloomberg
William Suberg
Blockstream is making further connections with BitTorrent as ex-chief architect Arvid Norberg becomes a software engineer.
Blockstream Meets BitTorrent: Lightning Micropayments Suggested to CEO Cohen
William Suberg

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