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This simple ratio will give you a fair value for bitcoin

The ‘network to fees ratio’ can help you calculate a fair value for bitcoin based on facts, says Charlie Morris. Not guesswork and prejudice.

How do you go about valuing bitcoin?

When valuing bitcoin, you have to decide whether it’s a currency, a commodity or a tech stock. The trouble is, it has elements of all three, says Charlie Morris.

The future for electronic bearer certificates

Inspired by bitcoin, electronic bearer certificates are gaining momentum with the roll out of blockchain technology. It could even replace cash, says Charlie Morris.

Banks embrace the blockchain

Banks – normally terrified of bitcoin – are embracing the brave new world of the blockchain, says Charlie Morris.

Bitcoin and the blockchain

The true genius of bitcoin is the blockchain – a database designed to transact, rather than store information. Charlie Morris explains.

15 years of MoneyWeek: how have our forecasts fared?

Over the years we hope we’ve helped our readers to make money and protect their wealth. John Stepek rounds up some of our most significant calls.

The return of the currency wars – now it’s Draghi’s turn

The currency wars are back on. And Mario Draghi has just fired a warning shot in the next round. John Stepek explains what’s going on, and how it affects you.

The Fed wants a weaker US dollar – here’s what that means for your money

The US dollar has a huge influence on the global economy – a stronger dollar makes life harder for just about everyone. John Stepek looks at what this means.

My two currency bets – and what they mean for the US dollar

Everyone is betting on a stronger US dollar, says Dominic Frisby. But that trend may have run out of steam. Here’s how to profit from it.

The US dollar’s surge is over for now – here’s what it means for you

The state of the American economy means US interest rates won’t be going up anytime soon. That’s halted the dollar’s bull run. John Stepek explains what it means for investors.

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