In this week’s newsletter, Indian Officials’ conflicting take on crypto, Bitcoin’s new all-time-high, NFTs’ rise gives way to NFT crimes, Elon Musk on the NFT bandwagon, and many more.
NFTs and crypto have drawn a lot of attention this week. Several countries are either working on regulating crypto or rejecting them. Meanwhile, firms are working on tools that combat crypto crimes.
This week’s newsletter covers a wide range of topics – increased interest in NFTs, growing investment in Blockchain for sustainable economy use cases, among others.
Global warming has become a dire threat to climate in past decade. This article explores how Blockchain helps with the decarbonization goal.
This week’s newsletter features salient information about how crypto price drop has affected the markets, a multi-million dollar settlements and donations, new alliances formed, and a protracted NFT boom.
Bitcoin soars past 57K, Ether follows. ETFs picking pace in North American countries. Several nations are trying their hand at CBDCs. These and many others in this week’s newsletter.
It was yet another exceptional week for Blockchain and crypto, especially Bitcoin. Amid several positive adoption stories, there are also a few negatives, with some countries plan to impose a crypto ban. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
Ether reaches all-time high, Switzerland is welcoming crypto industry, China’s BSN adds a few more projects – These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
It was an unprecedented and historic week for both Wall Street and Crypto markets. The retail investors have demonstrated that they can upend the institutional players’ game in the financial markets. The crypto markets were not spared as well. While a swarm of Redditors shot the parody crypto – Doge to the moon, Elon Musk ensured the original coin – Bitcoin is not left behind. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
Bitcoin Org refused to give in to Craig Wright’s demand to take down the iconic whitepaper, NHS using DLT to track vaccine temperatures – these and many more in this week’s newsletter.