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Oligarch, Industry Leader Say Russia Must ‘Engage’ with Crypto, End ‘Half-hearted’ Polices

Russian policymakers have been hit with a verbal lashing from both the crypto sector and the sphere of traditional business – with an oligarch and a blockchain industry leader urging Moscow to soften its crypto stance….Read More: Oligarch, Industry Leader Say Russia Must ‘Engage’ with Crypto, End ‘Half-hearted’ Polices… Continue reading on https://cryptonews. Read more →

DEX vs. CEX Tokens: Who Performed Better This Year?

A theme in crypto that has gotten even more pronounced this year is the line that is being drawn between the centralized and the decentralized part of the market. And with regulators taking a firmer stance towards crypto all around the world, this difference has become even more important, in particular for crypto exchanges…. Read more →

Beginner’s Guide to NFTs: What Are Non-Fungible Tokens?

Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are digital assets that are provably unique. They can be used to represent both tangible and intangible items…. Continue reading on https://decrypt.co/18374/non-fungible-tokens-nfts-explained-guide-learn-blockchain Read more →

Fed Chair On Higher Inflation, Robinhood’s Million Crypto Wallets, NFT Unicorn + More News

Get your daily, bite-sized digest of cryptoasset and blockchain-related news – investigating the stories flying under the radar of today’s crypto news.____ …Read More: Fed Chair On Higher Inflation, Robinhood’s Million Crypto Wallets, NFT Unicorn + More News… Continue reading on https://cryptonews.com/news/fed-chair-on-higher-inflation-robinhoods-million-crypto-wallets-nft-unicorn-more-news.htm Read more →

Bitcoin Falls as Second Bitcoin ETF Goes Live in the US

The price of bitcoin (BTC) fell Friday morning US time just as the second bitcoin futures-backed ETF, the Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF with ticker BTF, went live on the Nasdaq stock exchange. Since going live at 09:30 ET (13:30 UTC), BTF was down by 3.15% from a price per share of USD 25. Read more →