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“Altcoin season” may have begun as coins aside from Bitcoin and Ethereum take center stage, outperforming strongly against BTC and the United States dollar.
The fund purchased $175 million worth of Bitcoin earlier this year and is on the “go loud, go long” bandwagon ever since.
After signing off on an action-packed year, Polkadot is gearing up for an even more eventful 2021.
The number of new ADA wallets has skyrocketed in the past month, with an average of 64 wallets created every hour between December 16 and January 4.
Bitcoin has undergone an extremely strong rally over the past few weeks, shocking most investors.
Stellar, the world’s 14th-largest cryptocurrency, was selected by the European country for the latter’s upcoming state-backed digital currency.
Crypto adoption has boomed in Africa in the past few years, attracting eyeballs and investments, and even celebrities joining in on the cause.
Regulators have long shunned Bitcoin ETFs in the US, but that’s not stopping firms from trying their luck repeatedly.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez publicly said he is considering purchasing Bitcoin for the city’s treasury.
Bitcoin has seen an influx of institutional adoption over recent months.
Vietnamese blockchain startup KardiaChain launches its mainnet tomorrow as it promises of delivering the first fully interoperable and non-invasive blockchain platform.
The crypto industry is finally going mainstream on Wall Street.
IOHK announced that Solidity, a programming language for writing smart contracts on Ethereum, is now compatible with the Cardano blockchain through an interoperable platform that uses Ethereum’s native code.
The biggest crypto-related news of the month is that of Coinbase filing a draft S1 document to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, signaling its intent to go public in the weeks and months ahead.
Wall Street is coming for crypto and how.
Yesterday, the United States Treasury’s FinCEN branch confirmed that it is working on cracking down on crimes enabled by Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Finally, the world’s eyes are on Bitcoin.
Just minutes ago, Coinbase revealed via its Twitter and blog that it has confidentially submitted a draft registration (S1) form to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).