Month: November 2021

Cryptocurrency exchange Kraken has announced support for the meme cryptocurrency shiba inu (SHIB). Deposits are now live and SHIB trading is expected to commence on Tuesday. The price of SHIB surged following Kraken’s announcement. SHIB on Kraken: Deposits Now Live, Trading Set to Begin Tomorrow Crypto exchange Kraken announced Monday that shiba inu (SHIB) deposits
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Michael Saylor, CEO of enterprise data analytics company MicroStrategy, announced Monday via a Twitter post and company filing that the firm purchased an additional 7,002 Bitcoin (BTC), worth approximately $414.4 million, at an average price of $59,187 per coin. MicroStrategy sold 571,001 shares of company stock between Oct. 1 and Nov. 29 at $732.16 apiece, raising
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One of the largest cryptocurrency mixing protocols, Tornado.cash, has announced the project will deploy on the L2 (layer 2) Ethereum platform Arbitrum One. The creators of the Ethereum-based mixing application explain that settling on Arbitrum will allow Tornado.cash users to benefit from cheaper transactions. Tornado.cash to Deploy on Arbitrum – ‘Cheaper Transactions Being the Biggest
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Almost half of retail investors in Russia believe that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) are a hedging asset associated with stable income, according to a new survey. Financial publication Investing.com has polled 1,000 Russian retail investors to find out the most requested types of alternative investments. According to a survey of 1,000 Russian retail investors by
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While non-fungibe token (NFT) collectibles have been very popular, NFTs have brought a slew of unique debates to the table and one of them has been censorship. The artist behind Stonetoss Comics, a series of political cartoons, has been censored by two very prominent NFT marketplaces — Opensea and Rarible. Stonetoss has told the public
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A recent update to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) regulations has introduced a digital services tax that will be levied on cryptocurrency exchanges operating in the United Kingdom. Crypto exchanges in the UK will now have to pay a 2% digital services tax according to a Telegraph report. Britain’s tax authority, HMRC, does not
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