Month: March 2022

On March 26, the Luna Foundation Guard (LFG) held 24,954.95 bitcoin and during the last five days, LFG’s bitcoin wallet accumulated 5,773.02 bitcoin. At the time of writing, LFG’s wallet now holds 30,727.97 bitcoin worth more than $1.4 billion using today’s exchange rates. In a relatively short period of time, LFG’s bitcoin wallet is up
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The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, or CFTC, has released its Fiscal Year 2023 (FY2023) budget request, seeking $365 million. This marks a 9.9% increase over the previous year and 20% over FY2021. The commission regulates the country’s derivatives market and has been increasingly active in recent years in policing financial products that incorporate cryptocurrencies. 
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Bitcoin (BTC) may be consolidating at $47,000, but longer timeframes show just how significant this week’s mini bull run has been. According to the Golden Ratio Multiplier (GRM) metric, on March 27, BTC/USD reclaimed an essential support zone for securing further upside. Bitcoin exits trendline slump that beat March 2020 GRM is a long-term observational
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Billionaire Mike Novogratz says he is much more optimistic about the crypto market now than he was a month ago. He explained that bond sell-offs and increased crypto adoption have boosted the prices of cryptocurrencies, particularly bitcoin. “I think you are going to see the Democrats taking a softer stance,” he added. Mike Novogratz Expects
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It’s March Madness. Three weeks, 136 teams, and two college basketball championships. While there is no shortage of talent and promise on the court, it’s often the proven programs with the most experienced, seasoned coaches and practiced players that are the odds-on favorites. The same is true in crypto. There is a lot of hype
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Texas Sen. Ted Cruz introduced companion legislation into the U.S. Senate on Wednesday for Minnesota Rep. Tom Emmer’s bill prohibiting the Federal Reserve from issuing central bank digital currency, or CBDC, directly to individuals, Emmer announced. Emmer introduced the House bill Jan. 18. Fellow Republican Cruz’ legislation could potentially speed up passage or rejection of
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