Month: April 2022

Reassuring its position as the most resilient blockchain network against attacks, the Bitcoin (BTC) network recorded a new all-time high network difficulty for the second time this month in April — jumping from its previous all-time high of 28.587 trillion to 29.794 trillion. Greater network difficulty demands greater computational power to successfully mine a BTC
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The U.S. Labor Department has “grave concerns” about Fidelity Investments allowing investors to put bitcoin into their 401(k) accounts for retirement savings. An official of the Labor Department said it risks the retirement security of Americans, stressing that “cryptocurrencies can present serious risks to retirement savings.” U.S. Labor Department’s ‘Grave Concerns’ Over Fidelity’s Bitcoin 401(k)
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Bitcoin (BTC) fell into the May holiday weekend after late trading saw crypto losses echo “basically everything.” BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Macro keeps BTC firmly in its place Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD reversing at $38,180 on Bitstamp to circle $38,600 on April 30.  The pair had performed weakly
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In a previous article, I discussed the evolution of Web3 economies and current volatility, focusing on the participatory nature of Web3, which is the foundational technology enabling the creator economy.  The term “metaverse” — meta and universe — often describes the anticipated future iteration or evolution of the internet powered by Web3 technologies like blockchain
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Avalanche (AVAX) price is down more than 30% in April, but despite the negative price move, the smart contract platform remains a top contender for decentralized applications due to its scalability, low-cost transactions and its large footprint in the decentralized finance (DeFi) landscape. AVAX token/USD at FTX. Source: TradingView The network is compatible with the
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Australian Senator Andrew Bragg hasmet with U.S. Senator Cynthia Lummis to discuss potential collaboration on cryptocurrency regulation between the two countries. Senator Bragg is a crypto-friendly politician from the ruling Liberal Party (a conservative center right party) that has been one of the driving forces behind a proposed forward-thinking regulatory scheme in Australia. Last year
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