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5 Top Crypto Accounts on Instagram

With Crypto communities congregating on places like Twitter and Telegram, Instagram has been often overlooked. Social media experts have been predicting Instagram’s continued success, even in the face of parent company’s ongoing troubles. With Facebook beginning to repeal its ban on advertising for Blockchain-related companies, we may begin to see more use of this medium.

These are a few accounts that we’ve seen use the format well.

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The cryptocurrency markets appear to be on an upswing today, July 2, after recovering slightly after last week saw Bitcoin (BTC) dip below $6,000, twice. Bitcoin is above $6,500, trading for around $6,599 by press time and up around 4 percent over a 24 hour period. Ethereum (ETH) is trading at around $470, up almost 6 percent over a 24 hour period by press time. Total market cap is at around $269 billion, up from last week’s low of $232 billion. __________________ #crypto #bitcoin #cryptocurrency #btc #blockchain #ethereum #eth #trading #xrp #ico #market #business #instacrypto #instabitcoin #instacryptocurrency #instabtc #instablockchain #instaethereum #instatrading #instamarket #altcoins #litecoin #coinbase #ripple #bitcoinnews #invest #mining #cryptolife

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The cryptocurrency markets took a hit this week after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) denied the Winklevoss twins’ latest attempt to list a bitcoin ETF on a regulated stock exchange. Among other things, the SEC expressed concern that the underlying bitcoin spot markets are too prone to manipulation for the agency to feel comfortable allowing an exchange to wrap it in a traditional securities product. Halfway across the country, however, Nasdaq — the world’s largest second-largest stock exchange — was quietly hosting a closed-door meeting with representatives from both Wall Street and the cryptocurrency industry to discuss how to legitimize cryptocurrency as an asset class. As first reported by Bloomberg, the closed-door meeting in Chicago was attended by representatives from about half a dozen companies, including cryptocurrency exchange Gemini — whose co-founders, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, were behind the latest failed bid to create a bitcoin ETF. According to the publication, an unnamed source with knowledge of the meeting said that the participants discussed the implications of future cryptocurrency regulations and what industry firms can do to bolster the reputation of bitcoin and other cryptoassets. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🤔Do you think NASDAQ could release a cryptocurrency service in the near future? 🗣Let us know in a few words! ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 😎Follow @sharecrypto ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #segwit #segwit2x #bitcoincash #eth #btc #cryptocurrency #ico #ai #smartcontracts #initialcoinoffering #ethereum #ether #bitcoin #altcoin #litecoin #cryptonaire #sharecrypto #blockchain #coinbase #steemit #monero #bitcoins #cryptocurrencies #cryptocurrencynews

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