FoldingCoin Holds Youtube Meeting

FoldingCoin has announced that everyone can join its monthly Public Meeting, which will be held on Youtube on March 3
01 March 2018   417

FoldingHome (FAH) is a project by Stanford University that has been running since October 2000. FAH uses idle computer power to help simulate how proteins fold in the human body. This research is then used to help researchers find cures for diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's. FoldingCoin (FLDC) looks to help bring an incentive to Folders by distributing FLDC for the work done.

FoldingCoin has announced that everyone can join its monthly Public Meeting, which will be held on Youtube.

In the window below you can watch the live stream of FoldingCoin on March 3, 2018 at 15:00 UTC!

Everyone who joins the Public Meeting of FoldingCoin will surely learn about Foldingcoin projects updates over the last month.

At the moment of press, these are main market parameters of FoldingCoin:

Average price: $0,024715
Marketcap: $14 198 968
24h volume: $94 354

Survey: Millionaires do not gain Enough Crypto Advice

A survey revealed today by Capgemini shows: only 34.6 percent of high net worth individuals have got cryptocurrency information from their wealth managers
19 June 2018   54

According to Reuters, the information is received from Capgemini’s annual survey, the World Wealth Report. The latest edition demonstreted that additionally to the aforementioned 29 percent, a further 26.9 percent are “on the fence” relatively to  cryptocurrency investment - meaning that well over half of HNWIs are aware of and/or interested in cryptocurrency like Bitcoin.

A Paris-based business consulting corporation, Capgemeni, determines HNWIs as people with at least $1 million accessible to invest, outside of asset holdings such as real estate, automobiles, and art. At the start of 2018, there were a counted 15.2 million such people in the world. This part of society controls more than $70 trillion, and Capgemini expects that figure to rise to $106 trillion by 2025.

Also it was found by the study that 71.1 percent of younger millionaires (age 40 and below) place “high importance” on getting information about cryptocurrency from their wealth management firms, as do 13 percent of those aged 60 and over. In the whole, only 34.6 percent of them claimed that they had learnt cryptocurrency information from their wealth managers. 

This probably points to a trend of wealth managers being a bit behind the times. It also unfolds that a market force which could go some way towards explaining the fact that at least 167 new cryptocurrency hedge funds were instituted last year. During the year of 2017, these funds saw massive growth in profit.