This week, there were several significant developments in the crypto and blockchain space. Cardano’s Alonzo fork, Hedera’s new partnerships, insider trading at OpenSea, a phony press release — Watch out for these and many more in this week’s newsletter.
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.
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.
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.
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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In this week’s newsletter, I cover the Poly Network saga, SEC VS Crypto world, Mossad’s attempt to hire crypto experts, Tesla’s ethical sourcing solution, and a unique blend of AR and Blockchain with reality, among many others.
This week’s newsletter covers a wide range of topics – Ethereum’s London fork, Google’s crypto ad policy, NFTs to create awareness about climate changes, and many more.
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.
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Several countries are either mulling over or are in various phases of their CBDC pilots. Steve Jobs applied for a job two years before starting Apple, and this week, it made news in the NFT world. Alongside, everything from carbon offsets to wine to crop insurance is arriving on Blockchain. These and many more are on this week’s newsletter.
Several countries are experimenting with CBDC. Many sports clubs are partnering with crypto firms. Meanwhile, films and sports moments are becoming NFTs. Farmers are earning more for their produce using Blockchain. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
Binance is facing heat from regulators all over the world. Singapore’s financial regulator launches a unique CBDC challenge. USDC is now supported on ten more Blockchain platforms. Robinhood files for an IPO. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
This week, Blockchain and cryptocurrencies were recommended for several initiatives for the betterment of societies. Several countries are taking an interest in CBDC and Blockchain and are actively investing in them. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.