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Argentinian National Soccer Selection Launched Its Official Token

The Argentinian National Soccer Selection launched its official token last week, with a great reception. The token that would give fans involvement in the decisions regarding the soccer team, sold out quickly. The Argentinian National Soccer Selection is the first national team to launch its own fan token. Nonetheless, other European clubs already have their […]… Read more →

MicroStrategy Has No Limits For Bitcoin Purchases, Discusses Sale Scenarios

MicroStrategy’s CEO Michael Saylor. Source: a screenshot, Youtube/Swan Signal - A Bitcoin Channel One of the most bullish bitcoin (BTC) investors, US-based software company MicroStrategy, said it has no specific target for their BTC holdings as they plan to sell USD 1bn worth of their shares and use part of the proceeds to buy more bitcoin. Read more →

Introducing HUMAN Protocol: A New Way for Humans and Machines to Securely Connect and Collaborate

HUMAN Protocol is an infrastructure to reshape how humans work, by supporting distributed job markets in which any job, of any size or type, can be securely tokenized, published, and completed. The Protocol facilitates direct, globally mapped connections that bring workers closer to the rewards of their work, organizations to workforces, and machines to understanding. Read more →

Bitcoin Consolidates Gains, Ethereum and Altcoins Aim Higher

Bitcoin price gained bullish momentum above the USD 38,500 resistance level. BTC even cleared USD 40,000 to move further into a positive zone. It is currently (04:30 UTC) consolidating gains and it might resume its upward move above USD 41,000. Besides, most major altcoins are slowly moving higher. ETH surpassed the USD 2,550 resistance and it is now facing hurdles near USD 2,650. Read more →

Latin American Countries Eye Bitcoin Adoption After El Salvador Passed Bitcoin Law

A number of lawmakers in Latin American countries have expressed their interest in bitcoin following El Salvador passing the law making the cryptocurrency legal tender. The countries include Paraguay, Argentina, Panama, Brazil, and Mexico. Tonga and Tanzania have also reportedly expressed interest in bitcoin. More Countries Eye Bitcoin Adoption After El Salvador passed the bill […]… Read more →

Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Says ‘I Like Bitcoin’ — Will Go All in on Inflation Trades if Fed Says ‘Things Are Good’

Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones says he likes bitcoin. Noting that he can trust math, the famed hedge fund manager said, “bitcoin has appealed to me because it’s a way for me to invest in certainty.” Jones also shared his investment strategies in response to the Fed’s policy. Paul Tudor Jones on Bitcoin, […]… Read more →

Goldman Sachs Expands Cryptocurrency Trading Desk With Ether Futures and Options

Investment bank Goldman Sachs has reportedly unveiled its plans to expand its cryptocurrency desk to offer ether futures and options trading. The bank says “institutional adoption will continue,” noting that “Despite the material price correction, we continue to see a significant amount of interest in this space.” Goldman Sachs Gets Ready to Offer Ether Futures […]… Read more →

Regulator Extends South Korean Crypto Exchanges’ AML Window by 6 Months

South Korean crypto exchanges have been given a short extension in their race to get anti-money laundering (AML) protocols in place – although the nation’s top regulator has promised to place the industry under “intense scrutiny” in the months ahead. The nation’s first piece of crypto-specific legislation – aimed primarily at policing exchanges – promulgated… Read more →

The Regulators are Coming: Biden Eyes Taxing Crypto, Thailand Clamps Down

Biden Administration to require banks/exchanges/blockchain/crypto/defi companies to report Crypto transactions over $10,000 to the IRS. Thailand SEC Cracks Down: Effective June 11, 2021, Meme Tokens (Such as Doge), Fan Tokens, NFTs and Exchange Tokens cannot be traded in Thailand. Regulation fears one reason for the recent crypto dip. Some worry more regulation will cause further declines for all cryptocurrencies. Read more →