Yes, I am homeless. Unhoused. I am not alone. In the Netherlands, there are 38,000 homeless, growing daily. It can happen to anyone. One day, you have a job, a relationship and a bed, and before you know it, you’re sleeping on coaches, walking the streets and ending up on benches or worse. I have
U.S. states are keen on bitcoin miners and see tax cuts as the best tool to attract them. Illinois State legislation first filed in January that this week picked up a co-sponsorship from Democrat Senator Julie Morrison is seeking to extend a data center tax incentive program to bitcoin mining farms, The Block first reported.
Bitcoin bulls retaliated Thursday evening (GMT) to take back losses triggered by the Russia-Ukraine crisis. The 20:00 (GMT) hourly candle peaked at $39,700, a 16% gain from the local bottom before sellers stepped in, driving the price down to close at $38,400, leaving a long top wick in the process. Since then, $BTC has been
Residents of Ottawa, Canada have filed a lawsuit against the Freedom Convoy 2022 protesters seeking up to $20 million out of the total amount of money raised in donations worldwide to be redistributed to citizens of the city, The Globe and Mail first reported. An Ontario Superior Court judge in Ottawa then ordered the freezing
The below is from a recent edition of the Deep Dive, Bitcoin Magazine’s premium markets newsletter. To be among the first to receive these insights and other on-chain bitcoin market analysis straight to your inbox, subscribe now. One of our favorite on-chain indicators recently flipped bullish. The STH (short-term holder) LTH (long-term holder) cost basis
Ankara University has become the first higher education institution in Turkey to organize a course on non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The freshly-launched lecture has been attended by high-ranking government officials, local media reported. Leading University in Turkey Begins Course on NFTs Ankara University has added a course on NFTs to its curriculum, becoming the first Turkish
The below is a direct excerpt of Marty’s Bent Issue #1165: “Censorship, microwaves and warmongering.” Sign up for the newsletter here. The Common Man is currently attempting to make his voice heard in more ways than one as the morass of an ever expanding amorphous supranational Totalitarian order attempts to put him in the grave.
Acknowledgment: Derek Pennings came up with “The Entry Indicator.” I helped him with putting the thought process in writing. You can find him on Twitter @PenningsDerek. Not Again It happened. Again. Price dropped more than 50% from its all-time high. During times like these, people wonder whether the bottom is in or not. Nobody wants
Many countries are looking to dematerialize their financial markets, switching from physical to digital securities tracking using blockchain technology. For issuers, digital securities make global issuance cheaper and more efficient, while streaming business operations with smart contracts. On the investor’s side, digital securities grant access to a larger pool of investment opportunities while reducing settlement
In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash. — Jean Shepherd Many well-known Bitcoiners say that bitcoin is money for enemies: Vijay Boyapati tweeted about it; Nic Carter has written on it; Peter McCormack and American Hodl chanted that conclusion here. On these pages in January 2022, Mark Goodwin wrote: “Bitcoin simply must be for enemies,
On February 8, the multinational luxury auction company Sotheby’s announced the firm would be auctioning 104 Cryptopunk non-fungible token (NFT) collectibles, but before the event started Sotheby’s canceled the event. It seems “0x650d,” the owner of the Cryptopunks NFTs, decided to keep the assets that were estimated to fetch around $20 to $30 million at
Scott’s Mining Conference, hosted in Round Rock, Texas on February 7 and 8, featured a panel entitled “Immersion” with five panelists: David Branscum (director of business development at Midas Immersion Cooling), Justin Podhola (founder and CEO of Elite Mining Inc.), Scot Johnson (CEO of Digital Shovel), Jonathan Yuan (owner of Coin Heated LLC) and Gary
BNY Mellon, America’s oldest bank, announced that it has partnered with Chainalysis to integrate the latter’s compliance software suite with its multi-asset digital custody and administration platform. “BNY Mellon plans to integrate the full Chainalysis compliance software suite to assess broader cryptocurrency trends and granular activity in support of its compliance and due diligence practices.”
Russia’s Ministry of Finance has submitted a draft bill on Bitcoin regulation in the country, weeks after the government approved the concept of creating legislation specifically for cryptocurrencies. “The use of digital currencies as a means of payment on the territory of the Russian Federation will continue to be prohibited,” the Ministry of Finance said
press release PRESS RELEASE. NoVa Battles is a PlayToEarn mobile MOBA game developed with the core focus on implementing blockchain technology. The company started conceptualizing the prospect of a blockchain game back in 2019, after which they have been experimenting with designs, systems, and partnerships for two years. The drive to build an open ecosystem
KB Asset Management launches Digital Asset Management Preparatory Committee to preemptively research digital assets utilizing AI-based investment strategy. Outsourced chief investment officers (OCIOs) will be considered, including Fidelity and Grayscale. Asset management goals are low-correlation to traditional assets, principal guaranteed products backed by digital assets, and a digital asset index. South Korea’s largest bank, KB