The top cryptocurrencies for the week of January 30th
If you even loosely follow cryptocurrencies, you know it’s been another volatile week for bitcoin and other blockchain assets. Everyone who took a hit should probably blame the government of South Korea for placing strict rules on trading beginning this week.
In an effort to deter illicit activity and prevent kids from using cryptocurrencies, all new digital wallets in South Korea must be traceable. While these protections claim to be noble, it’s obvious that the powers that be just want a piece of the action.
Of course, if you live elsewhere in the world, these new regulation of crypto currency options obviously won’t affect you directly. Yet if you trade crypto currencies, you can expect a wild ride ahead.
At the same time, cryptocurrencies are more practical than ever before. It’s easy to make a bitcoin deposit or crypto currency purchase all over the world. At Americas Cardroom, we now accept over 60 different cryptocurrency deposit methods.
Aside from bitcoin, here are the most popular methods used by players last week:
You shouldn’t be surprised to see Zcash on our list. With a market cap of over a billion dollars, Zcash has its share of admirers. Once you look at the underlying technology, it’s easy to see why. The decentralized cryptocurrency puts your privacy first. In fact, the sender, recipient, and transaction amount are all concealed for maximum privacy. If you’re looking for a reliable, private, and secure payment method, you’ll definitely want to keep Zcash in mind.
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