Bitcoin price spiked above USD 50,000 before correcting lower. Ethereum is consolidating near USD 3,800, XRP might soon test USD 1.30. SOL rallied almost 20% and flipped DOGE.
Two new surveys have found that the overwhelming majority of Salvadorians are opposed to the bitcoin (BTC) adoption law, which is due to promulgate next week.
Some 48% of surveyed US consumers declare they have invested in cryptocurrencies during the first half of 2021.
A rising number of UK students are turning to investing in cryptocurrencies to finance their living costs. Since last year, the share of students who make money from crypto has tripled from 2% to 6%, according to a recent survey by British financial advice website Save the Student.
The price of the number one cryptocurrency bitcoin (BTC) once again traded above the key USD 50,000 level today, as technical analysts say the price is in “an interesting spot,” and on-chain metrics appear strong.
Singapore’s financial regulator, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), said that Binance may be in breach of the payment services act for providing payment services to, and soliciting business from local residents, without an appropriate license, reported Bloomberg.
Noise complaints from residents of an affluent estate community in the Canadian province of Alberta lead to a months-long investigation which discovered a bitcoin (BTC) mining operation that had been set up without approval - and now has to shut down.
Colombia’s oldest commercial bank, the Banco de Bogotá, has begun the next stage of a crypto pilot that will allow 5,000 of its customers to make and receive payments using tokens hosted on the platforms of two major crypto exchanges.
Bitcoin (BTC) path to becoming legal tender in El Salvador cleared another hurdle, with parliament approving a bill to launch a USD 150 million adoption fund – but government critics continue to voice their discontent.