Crypto Start-Up Gives Millions to Schools, Nexfinance Announced, Bitcoin May Be Bottoming, Crypto Predictions: Monday, June 4th News Bytes

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Crypto Start-up Gives Millions to Top Schools to Encourage Blockchain Adoption
San Francisco-based Ripple has announced the University Blockchain Research Initiative – a partnership with 17 top universities from around the globe focused on supporting and accelerating “academic research, technical development and innovation in blockchain, cryptocurrency, and digital payments.”

Samsung SDS Unveils Blockchain-Based Finance Platform Nexfinance
Samsung SDS unveiled Nexfinance, a platform that will offer services such as digital identity, finance concierge, an artificial intelligence virtual assistant, and automatic insurance payment, according to ZDNet.

Bitcoin May Finally Be Bottoming, Chart Watcher Says
Rob Sluymer, a technical strategist at Fundstrat Global Advisors, sent a note to clients, as reported by MarketWatch, “While it is premature to conclude the correction is over, there was a positive technical development this week suggesting the first stage of a three-stage bottoming process is developing.”

Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple Price Predictions
The three main Cryptocurrencies kept their bullish profile over the weekend. FXStreet analyzes the three, “This is a very particular technical scenario, as each one of this trio of Cryptos has its own different scenario, but with similar results in the price action.”

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