Thursday, June 13, 2024

Tag: Cryptocurrency

A crypto analyst warns that the stock market may trigger a crypto market crash. The present macro factors indicate that a huge correction is on the way, which might bring digital assets down with it.
After Pussy Riot raised $6.6 million by selling a pic of the Ukrainian flag as a NFT Ukraine has decided to issue a NFT collection to secure the funds needed by the armed forces.
NFTs are gaining a lot of traction these days since they're a great method to show off and market your digital artwork which has led to everyday technology questions like what is an NFT and how is it different from cryptocurrency?
The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) deputy governor has compared cryptocurrency to Ponzi schemes. T Rabi Shankar, the Deputy Governor, even suggested that ‘banning’ cryptocurrency was the best option for India in a speech.
Intel will show off advancements in its bitcoin mining solid-state circuit designs since the patent was submitted and outline how exactly they will change the bitcoin mining landscape forever. Hardware may commoditize should such new firms enter the market.
The US Department of Justice stated on Tuesday that a New York couple was arrested and booked for a $4.5 billion cryptocurrency laundering scheme and attempting to deceive the US government.
Self proclaimed Bitcoin inventor Craig Wright has wins a major lawsuit which saves him from paying $10 billion in cryptocurrency to his former business partner.
The Bitcoin-friendly president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, said that his country plans to build the world's first Bitcoin City at a Bitcoin investment summit on Saturday.
Michael Burry, the quirky hedge-fund manager made famous in The Big Short movie (played by Christian Bale), complains that no one is paying attention to crypto’s leverage. For months, he has been suggesting that bitcoin is on the precipice of collapse.
Malaysian cops seized and destroyed 1,069 bitcoin mining rigs by crushing them with a steamroller — after the miners allegedly siphoned off almost $2 million worth of electricity to power the energy-intensive machines.