Month: May 2021

Just as the cryptocurrency sector is constantly changing and evolving, the enterprise blockchain industry has been undergoing its fair share of developments lately. Most recently, enterprise blockchain solutions are shifting from private, closed networks to public, open systems. This has largely been made possible due to advances from the Ethereum network, which are ensuring better
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The reason Tesla suspended its support for vehicle purchases using BTC was the company’s concerns regarding the “rapidly increasing use of fossil fuels for Bitcoin mining and transactions, especially coal.” Sounds reasonable for a company that develops electric cars, right?  First of all, the question of whether BTC is a waste of energy isn’t new
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It’s all about the economy, cryptocurrencies, art and future projections. To talk about all this, Cointelegraph en Español reached out to artist Alberto Echegaray, the director of Trustlink and former representative of Argentina in the Financial Action Task Force. Cointelegraph: Let’s start off by talking about your artwork, the Moneyball. Alberto Echegaray: Moneyball began developing
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Crypto traders are drawn to the market by its bombastic growth and lucrative opportunities to make a profit. However, not every investor is seeking volatility or using degenerate leverage levels to gamble at derivatives exchanges.  In fact, stablecoins usually comprise half of the total value locked (TVL) on most decentralized finance (DeFi) applications that focus
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The Australian Tax Office has urged citizens to accurately report any profits made in the process of trading cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC), as it anticipates tax filings from a pool of 600,000 Aussies who it now believes to be invested in digital assets. The ATO’s assistant commissioner, Tim Loh, told news.com.au that people still made
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The Boston-based cryptocurrency finance firm Circle has announced the company has raised $440 million in financing in order to “drive market expansion and growth.” The investment was led by prominent finance firms like Digital Currency Group, Fidelity Management and Research Company, and FTX. Circle Reveals $440 Million in Financing Circle Internet Financial, Inc. has revealed
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