Is celebrity interest in cryptocurrency a good or a bad thing? Jenn Sanasie breaks down the debate using real world examples from DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather’s legal troubles in the space to Kim Kardashian’s financial watchdog mention and even some people who are highly (and quietly) involved like Jay Z, Mila Kunis and Paris Hilton.
ApeCoin (APE) has a New Rival: The Burgeoning Saga of RoboApe Token (RBA) | Bitcoinist.com – BitcoinistMay 22, 2022
Sorry the page you were looking for cannot be found. Try searching for the best match or browse the links below: No Result View All Result Latest Articles DAI Emerges Strong Despite Terra’s Downfall DAI tops it off as the strongest stablecoin to date despite Terra’s plunge. USDT and UST may have plummeted –… by […]
Bitcoin stands apart from other crypto, and what that means for US public policy – CointelegraphMay 22, 2022
United States President Joe Biden’s executive order on digital assets has kickstarted an interagency mission to support financial innovation while protecting American consumers and interests. While many industry leaders welcome the constructive tone, some critics hope for a crackdown. We don’t blame them. Many cryptocurrency projects operate behind thin veils of decentralization. In public, they’re […]
Decoding India’s great NFT rush and the celeb connection – The Financial ExpressMay 21, 2022
From actors to artists and musicians to sportspersons, NFTs are emerging as a new extension to their identity as they cash in on their brand value and launch their own digital collectibles When Collins Dictionary declared ‘non-fungible token’ (NFT) as the word of the year in 2021, people’s interest in knowing more about the concept […]