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Billionaire investor Mark Cuban has been under the microscope in the crypto space over the past few weeks as he has started to tweet more about Bitcoin, Ethereum, and now even decentralized finance tokens to his over eight million followers.
A new type of non-fungible token is doing the rounds on Crypto Twitter.
I don’t know about you but around two hours ago, I had my eyes and fingers glued to my iPhone trying to join the latest Clubhouse even with Elon Musk.
Robinhood’s shutdown of GameStop stock trading via its platform has led to a massive public uproar.
Bitcoin has become a bit of a phenomenon on Wall Street and in the corporate world over the past few months.
As Bitcoin’s price has grown, so has its energy consumption.
Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, officially confirmed on Twitter that the platform has extended the Bitcoin emoji until the year 3000, which is 979 years from now.
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.
One of the biggest news of this week by far is that of the founder of decentralized mutual platform Nexus Mutual, Hugh Karp, getting hacked for $8m in NXM.
After the decentralized finance correction began in September of this year, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) suddenly rocketed into the limelight.
There it is, a new Bitcoin all-time high.
Bitcoin has been on a tear over the past month, rallying from the low-$11,000s to highs around 36 hours ago at $18,500.
The adoption of Bitcoin is taking place at an extremely rapid pace.
It appears that we’re in the part of the Bitcoin bull run where celebrities want in on our favorite orange coin.
While he’s not an outspoken advocate for cryptocurrency, Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, known online as “PewDiePie,” has been increasingly been getting involved in the space, often through sponsorships.
If you’ve followed DeFi on Twitter, you’ve likely heard of the name “DegenSpartan.” The pseudonymous investor, believed to be based in Asia, has become one of the most popular voices within the Ethereum and DeFi community, having entered this crypto industry extremely early on.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which are unique digital assets that cannot be replicated, have been all the rage over recent months.