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Blockchain This Week – Taproot, Constitution DAO, Metaverse Embassy, NFTs To Build Schools

This week’s newsletter covers many significant events, from Bitcoin’s Taproot upgrade to Square’s whitepaper.

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Blockchain This Week – Altair Upgrade, eNaira Launch, Million Dollar Grants, Mastercard Offers Crypto, MOBI Trusted Trip, DBS Joins Hedera

It has been 75 weeks since I started penning this newsletter!! This 75th edition covers Ethereum’s Altair upgrade, eNaira launch, Mastercard’s efforts to bring crypto to the mainstream, MOBI’s new standards, DBS Bank’s new venture in the DLT space, and more.

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Blockchain This Week – China, UK, and Crypto, FTX and Coinbase Into NFT, Binance’s Growth and Ripple’s Clean Energy Fund, SEC and ETF

China and the Crypto world continue their tussle. Coinbase and FTX launch their NFT marketplaces. Binance commits $1 billion to grow its platform. Ripple invests in clean energy projects. Bitcoin soars above $60K in hopes that SEC would approve a Bitcoin futures ETF. These and many more are in this week’s newsletter.

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Blockchain This Week – Bitcoin is Now a National Currency, Mastercard Bets Big on Crypto, FTX NFT, Green PoS Network

This week, for the first time in history, Bitcoin became a national currency, with El Salvador becoming the first country to make Bitcoin a legal tender. Mastercard plans to buy crypto transaction tracing firm, CipherTrace. A study by UCL attempts to find out the greenest PoS DLT network. FTX launches an NFT platform shooting the price of Solana’s token. These and many more are in this week’s newsletter.

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Blockchain This Week – Everyone Wants to Sell You NFTs, El Salvador Bitcoin Drama, Twitter’s Tip Jar

NFTs, NFTs, and more NFTs – NFTs dominated this week. But, there were other significant happenings as well. Several altcoins soar high. Many countries doubled down on CBDCs. Twitter might allow you to tip the content you like in Bitcoin. These and many more are in this week’s newsletter.

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Blockchain This Week – Visa and Budweiser Into NFTs, 600K Rock, USAF, Carbon Reporting as a Service

It was a week of NFTs. Visa and Budweiser dabbled into them. A picture of a rock was sold for a staggering $600K and many more. There were also other interesting events, such as USAF planning to use Blockchain for security, and carbon reporting on Blockchain is being made available in a subscription model. Substack accepts crypto, and Dorsey wants to build a Bitcoin DEX. These and many more are in this week’s newsletter.

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Blockchain This Week – Crypto Recruitments, Solana and Apes, Diffused Heist, TikTok and Blockchain

Several companies and banks are actively investing and recruiting in the crypto space. Solana flies high, thanks to Apes’ NFTs. White hat hackers diffuse a million dollar heist. TikTok provides a platform for decentralized music. These and many more are in this week’s newsletter.

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Blockchain This Week – Robinhood, Crypto Recovery, Bitcoin and Twitter’s Future, Bitcoin-Backed Loans, Coca Cola’s Friendship Day NFTs

This week’s newsletter covers Robinhood’s IPO, Tesla’s and Twitter’s earnings in context of Bitcoin, Bitcoin as collateral for loans, Shopify becoming an NFT platform, among others. It also includes news on Coca Cola’s unique NFTs commemorating friendships.
In that spirit, I want to thank all my reader friends for your loyal readership. Hope you continue to enjoy reading my posts!!

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Blockchain This Week – Indian Banks, Media Mughals, MicroStrategy, El Salvador, World Wide Web, Titan

El Salvador is looking for partners to help it establish Bitcoin as legal tender. Fifteen banks form a Blockchain consortium. WWW code is sold as an NFT. DeFi is being used for crowdsourcing. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.

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Blockchain This Week – El Salvador Legalizes Bitcoin, UNICEF Bolsters Blockchain Startups, Square Targets Green Mining

El Salvador became the first country to accept Bitcoin as legal tender. UNICEF invests in Blockchain firms that work on financial inclusion. Bitcoin mining is increasingly becoming responsibly sustainable and green. These and many others in this week’s newsletter.

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Blockchain This Week – A Week of Altcoins, Crypto Follows Where Musk Goes

Elon Musk Tweets, Doge Leaps, Bitcoin Retreats Tesla Rescinds Bitcoin Payments Only weeks after announcing that customers can buy Tesla with Bitcoin, Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO and “technoking,” tweeted the … Continue reading Blockchain This Week – A Week of Altcoins, Crypto Follows Where Musk Goes