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MicroStrategy has quickly become one of Bitcoin’s biggest supporters in the world of traditional firms and institutions.
Bitcoin funds focused on the digital asset and other large-cap cryptocurrencies are seeing record inflows this year amidst rising inflation concerns and a bleak macroeconomic outlook.
Aaron Wright, a professor at Cardozo School of Law, believes Ethereum could “eat” Wall Street in the next 10 years.
There are some exciting things going on in the crypto start-up space.
All eyes have been on Bitcoin over the past few weeks.
Bitcoin has undergone an extremely strong rally since the March low of $3,500.
Regulators and policymakers around the world have never been particularly open to innovations or progressions of the crypto market.
Investors in the Bitcoin options market could be turning slightly bearish in the near term, order books show.
Over 1% of Ethereum’s circulating supply is now locked up on the project’s new beacon chain, just one week after its launch.
The price of Bitcoin is still hovering over $19,000, but on-chain analysts expect weeks of consolidation or a correction to occur.
Thus far, decentralized finance (DeFi) has been a trend largely focused on Ethereum.
After falling as low as $16,000 last week and retesting $19,900 yet again, Bitcoin has begun to consolidate in the range around $19,000.
CryptoSlate recently had the opportunity to chat with David Zacks, the Chief Compliance Officer of bitFlyer USA on the current state of crypto regulation in the United States.
Crypto adoption on Wall Street is booming.
It appears that the “Coinbase Effect” is back.
Raoul Pal, CEO of Real Vision, has become one of Bitcoin’s loudest supporters over recent months.
The crypto community was slammed with news earlier this week that United States House representatives are looking to crack down on stablecoins.
Calling Cardano an “Ethereum killer” means overlooking most of the blockchain’s goals and accomplishments.
Known as the Bitcoin family, the Taihuttus made news back in 2017 when they liquidated all of their assets for Bitcoin.
The volume of the Ethereum options market hit a record high as the demand for ETH increased in recent weeks.
IOHK, the company behind the Cardano blockchain, announced the launch of two smart contract developer environments (devnets) for Cardano—KEVM and IELE.
Ripple, the distributed payment processing service and issuer of the XRP token, has received a lot of flak in the past years for using XRP to keep itself afloat while maintaining its distance from the token.
Crypto regulations have proven to be a slippery slope so far, with governments around the world continuing to suppress the industry’s organic growth by instilling poor policies and a general disregard for cryptocurrencies.
The next big protocol upgrade planned for Cardano will bring token locking to the blockchain, a feature that will prepare the platform for smart contracts and native assets.