Bitcoin and cryptocurrency round-up 17 May 2018

Andrew Munro 17 May 2018 NEWS

What's happening in cryptocurrency?

HoweyCoin, bitcoin's energy, Coinbase and Compound, blockchain art and Litecoin weekly price analysis.



1. That's how we coin

The SEC used the same joke in its cheesy new HoweyCoin educational scam crypto.

2. Put some power into it

Bitcoin is completely and utterly insatiable.

3. Compounding things

Coinbase VC has made its first investment. It didn't take too long, and pulled up an interesting fish.

4. Ceci n'est pas une blockchain

Oui?

Weekly price analysis: Nerves edition


Disclosure: At the time of writing the author holds ETH, IOTA, ICX, VEN, XLM, BTC, XRB

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