Month: August 2022

The Ethereum network will be able to withstand censorship risks both in the short and long term, according to Ethereum community member and investor Ryan Berckmans. The ban of Ethereum-based privacy tool Tornado Cash by U.S. authorities earlier this month left many wondering whether Ethereum transactions could be also at risk of censorship, especially after
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Avalanche (AVAX) bulls snubbed the sensational claims made by a self-proclaimed whistleblower website that the project’s parent firm, Ava Labs, paid lawyers to damage its competitors’ reputation. Avalanche price recovers from serious allegations AVAX’s price established an intraday high of $19.75 on Aug. 30, two days after bottoming out locally at $17.50, amounting to a
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A continuing debt issue at lending platform BendDAO raises the prospect of the NFT bubble imploding. As concerns about a potential market bubble mount, daily volumes on OpenSea, the world’s most significant nonfungible token (NFT) marketplace, have dropped significantly. OpenSea Volume Plummets to Yearly Lows Notably, the marketplace executed about $5 million in NFT transactions
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Ethereum investment products increased by 2.36% to $6.81 billion in assets under management (AUM) throughout August, outperforming Bitcoin products which saw a 7.16% drop off to $17.4 billion.  The figures were contained in a new report by CryptoCompare. This was also reflected in the Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH)-product trading volumes, with Grayscale’s most notable
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Crypto.com According to 7News, two Melbourne women, Manivel Thevamanogari and her sister Gangadory Thevamanogari got a AUD$10.5 million deposit from Singaporean cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com after the latter made an error in giving a AUD$100 refund. An employee reportedly inserted an account number in the payment box instead of the return amount, resulting in an incorrect
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A pro-Bitcoin mining report from self-proclaimed philanthropist Daniel Batten has claimed that Bitcoin could become a zero-emission network. The report builds upon data from the Bitcoin Mining Council to understand the impact of carbon-negative energy sources on Bitcoin’s (BTC) overall carbon footprint. Following an investigation and extrapolation of the results, it claims to then “predict when
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Binance marked its presence among the Middle East investors by running various licensed operations in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and other regions. Targeting efforts in United Arab Emirate’s (UAE) mainstream corporate sector, Binance partnered with business lender Virtuzone, allowing new entrepreneurs to repay loans using cryptocurrencies. Virtuzone joins the list of mainstream businesses in the UAE, such
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Coming every Saturday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link. Top Stories This Week Ethereum Merge in trouble? Developers find bugs ahead of the
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Interoperability-focused blockchain Flare Network has partnered with software infrastructure firm Lena Instruments to implement a crowdfunding mechanism that lowers the risks associated with startup investing.  Lena Instruments announced what it called a “CloudFunding” launchpad, which lets Flare investors allocate a percentage of the rewards that they earned to investments in new crypto startups without moving
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