Monthly Archives: November 2021

Satoshi’s Seed: How Bitcoin Changed The World

The “digital fire” that is Bitcoin is an expression of fundamental natural phenomena in digital form. Bitcoin is poised to exponentially transform the world as we currently know it. It is said that 100 years of technological and social advances will occur within the next ten years! This is not your father’s internet. Buckle up! For those who don’t quite yet understand Bitcoin’s profound implications, my boomer peers especially, Bitcoin is not simply another incremental invention such as the fax machine or streaming video on the internet. […]

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Bank of Russia Pushes to Introduce Liability for Illegal Use of Digital Assets

The monetary authority in Moscow, the Bank of Russia, wants those who use cryptocurrencies against the law to be held accountable. The financial regulator has proposed the introduction of legal liability for some operations with digital assets which it considers illegal. Central Bank of Russia Aims to Prevent Circulation of Decentralized Currencies Cryptocurrencies in the Russian Federation, as well as related activities, remain only partially regulated, mainly through the law “On Digital Financial Assets,” which went into force at the beginning of this year. One of the […]

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Spaceseven’s Game-Changing NFT Marketplace

PRESS RELEASE. Recently, on the 23rd of November, SpaceSeven launched its state-of-the-art NFT marketplace. The SpaceSeven marketplace is the first of its kind — one of the few — if not the only scaled e-commerce, fully regulatory compliant platform. By combining powerful NFT marketplace technology from Tacans, a Swiss-based Software development house, and Venture Builder, with an R&D center in Ukraine and the vanguard Concordium blockchain platform, SpaceSeven achieved a world-class NFT Marketplace that is expected to fundamentally transform artists’ exposure and recognition. With the Concordium blockchain […]

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How The Latest Macroeconomic News Is Impacting Bitcoin

Discussing Jerome Powell’s reinstatement, a European debt crisis, the rising dollar and more through a Bitcoin lens. Watch This Episode On YouTube Listen To This Episode: Apple Spotify Google Libsyn Overcast After a week off due to illness, we’re back with a new episode of Bitcoin Magazine’s “Fed Watch” podcast. In this one, Christian Keroles and I sat down to talk about the mysterious competitive world of central banking. Topics include Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s reappointment and, funnily enough, what it means for the European Central […]

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Coinbase acquires crypto wallet provider BRD’s team as utility token price surges 500%

“Nothing will change in the BRD wallet app and as always, your funds are safe and secure,” said BRD CEO Adam Traidman and co-founder Aaron Voisine. Crypto wallet provider BRD said “nothing will change” for users following an acquisition from major U.S. crypto exchange Coinbase. In a Nov. 24 letter to BRD users, CEO Adam Traidman and co-founder Aaron Voisine said some of the company’s team members would be moving to Coinbase to continue working on crypto wallets. Coinbase Wallet said on Twitter that the addition of […]

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SEC open meeting on Dec. 2 to include crypto panel discussion

The SEC is opening discussion on crypto and blockchain technology with regard to American investors. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, announced Wednesday the title of the upcoming crypto panel for its Dec. 2 Investor Advisory Meeting will be “Helping to Ensure Investor Protection and Market Integrity in the Face of New Technologies.” Previously, on Nov. 15, the Commission announced the meeting would be open to the public. Panelists and moderators will attend remotely. The crypto panel discussion agenda will focus on the regulatory framework […]

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International Fair Design Miami To Accept Bitcoin Payments For Artworks

Fairgoers will be able to buy selected objects with bitcoin through Coinbase, Design Miami said. International fair Design Miami will accept bitcoin payments for artwork this year. The fair will be held between December 1 and 5 in Miami Beach, alongside Art Basel. Design Miami has also introduced its companion mobile app, allowing fairgoers to explore and purchase art from their fingertips. International design fair Design Miami will accept bitcoin payments for the first time in this year’s edition, according to a statement sent to Bitcoin Magazine. […]

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Morgan Stanley increased exposure to Bitcoin, held $300M in Grayscale shares

The investment firm’s exposure to Bitcoin across three major funds totals roughly $303 million with 6,626,381 shares as of Sept. 30. Investment funds from major U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley have increased their exposure to Bitcoin through purchases of shares of Grayscale Bitcoin Trust. According to filings from the United States Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday, the Morgan Stanley Insight Fund increased its holdings of Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, or GBTC, shares more than 63%, from 928,051 in the second quarter of 2021 to 1,520,549 as of […]

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Play-to-Earn Gaming Guild Raises $18 Million in Funding Round Led by Animoca Brands

A play-to-earn (P2E) blockchain gaming guild has raised $18 million in a Series A financing round according to an announcement on Wednesday. Avocado Guild detailed that the firm raised the funds from investors such as Animoca Brands, Goldentree Asset Management, Three Arrows Capital, and Solana Ventures. P2E Organization Avocado Guild Raises $18 Million From Strategic Investors According to an announcement from Avocado Guild on Wednesday, the organization raised $18 million from strategic investors. The capital raise stemmed from the firm’s Series A funding round which gave Avocado […]

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Bitcoin Has Processed More Value Than PayPal This Year

The peer-to-peer network processed 62% more value in dollars than PayPal, a report showed. Bitcoin has processed more dollar volume than PayPal so far this year. The peer-to-peer network transacted around $489 billion per quarter on average in 2021, while PayPal amounted to $302 billion. But Mastercard and Visa still process more money than Bitcoin. The Bitcoin network processed 62% more value in dollars than PayPal this year, according to a report by Blockdata. The firm also analyzed the volume transacted in the Mastercard and Visa networks. […]

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