Vol 11 | 11th October — 17th October

🪙 Crypto Market News

North America becomes the world’s second-largest crypto market. North American addresses received $750 billion in crypto between July 2020 and June 2021, or 18.4% of global transactions. Central, Northern and Western Europe received $1 trillion during that time period, accounting for 25% of global volume. 📰 Coindesk

US leads the…

Vol 9 | 27th September — 3rd October

📰 Let‘s dive into the news of the week

DC Comics is Launching NFTs. On Oct. 5, fans can register for DC FanDome and receive a free NFT chosen by Jim Lee, DC publisher and chief creative officer. Fans can get a second NFT by sharing on social media. The NFTs will include characters such Batman, Superman, Green Lantern…

6th September — 12th September

📰 Let‘s dive into the news of the week

Football club Paris Saint-Germain Names Crypto.com as Cryptocurrency Partner. The agreement will include the issuing of exclusive NFT’s on the Crypto.com NFT platform. The partnership is just the latest example of the growing intersection of professional soccer and crypto. 📰 Coindesk

Blockstream to pilot renewable Bitcoin mining facility with Australia’s…

30st August — 5th September

📰 Let‘s dive into the news of the week

Twitter for iOS Beta Lays Groundwork for Bitcoin Tips. Bitcoin tipping could be coming to Twitter. Details of payments over the Lightning Network were found in beta code released by Twitter 📰 Mac Rumours

Ethereum scaling continues with Arbitrum launch. Gas fees are skyrocketing but Arbitrum, a major scaling solution…

23rd August — 29th August

📰 Let‘s dive into the news of the week

Over 10 percent of Americans are investing into crypto. Something over 10% of people living in the U.S. have invested in cryptocurrencies a recent survey from CNBC revealed. Crypto investors are more likely to be men, and younger people thought crypto was less risky than older ones. 📰 Decrypt


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It is plainly obvious that cryptocurrencies have recently surged in popularity. The stigma associated with incorporating cryptocurrencies into different digital payment systems and financial infrastructures has gradually been dissipating, as seen by big corporations such as PayPal, Tesla, Visa, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and more as all of these institutions…

16th August — 22th August

📰 Let‘s dive into the news of the week

Crypto adoption grew close to 10x within just 12 months. Crypto adoption for retail investors grew 880% in the last 12 months, with Vietnam, India, Pakistan, and Ukraine leading the way. This information was provided by the crypto-analysis firm Chainanalysis, which uses indicators such as P2P exchange trading volume to…

9th August — 15th August

💡 In the spotlight

This week was all around the biggest cryptocurrency heist ever where $600 million worth of assets were stolen from the Poly Network (not to be confused with the Polygon Network). Some anonymous hackers found some vulnerability in the contracts and drained it by transferring $610 million to their own accounts…

Vol 9–1st August to 6th August

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📈 What happened in the markets this week

Ethereum’s “London” hard fork including EIP 1559 is finally here. A major change to the Ethereum network has been implemented, changing the way transaction fees are handled. From now on, a portion of the transaction fees will be burned, potentially leading to a lower supply of Ethereum over time and…

Vol 8–25th July to 31st July

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📈 What happened in the markets this week

JP Morgan will start to offer its wealth management clients exposure to crypto. It became more and more apparent that JP Morgan was exploring options to offer crypto exposure to its wealthy clients. Now its official. Clients will be able to buy into crypto funds such as Grayscale and Osprey…

Rizvi Haider

Entrepreneur and crypto enthusiast

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