Thailand is among the countries capitalizing on China’s crypto crackdown, with retail investors increasingly mining crypto.
Retail could be right around the corner: Bitcoin wallet addresses shot up by almost 1 million in November.
CoinTelegraph: ‘Net neutral’ — Rising Bitcoin exchange balances could be due to Huobi Chinese user block
Binance may be seeing Bitcoin inflows, but overall, movements among major exchanges appear to cancel each other out, fresh data shows.
“The question for every nation is, do they want to participate and get a share of this pie,” says WazirX CEO Nischal Shetty.
In late November, two Canadian metaverse ETFs started trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on the same day.
The research firm made numerous predictions about crypto in 2022 about the price, regulations, Bitcoin’s hashrate, and even the fate of XRP and ADA.
Raoul Pal suggested that profit-taking by institutions was the likely reason for recent Bitcoin sell offs, but that the selling is likely done for now.
The Bitcoin podcaster and influencer said: “we shouldn’t apologize for Bitcoin’s energy usage, crucial things in the world use energy.”
The Australian financial watchdog has revealed the details of how it took down ASX traders suspected of taking part in a coordinated Telegram pump and dump scheme.
The Games Committee has strengthened its stance against P2E games by saying those games should not receive an age rating needed to get listed on app marketplaces.
CoinTelegraph: Getting paid in BTC was a ‘big part’ of the reason this MMA fighter signed with Eagle FC
“To be paid in Bitcoin and not give me any pushback on it whatsoever, was huge in the decision,” said MMA fighter Kevin Lee on signing with Eagle FC.
Stablecoins like USDT are under scrutiny in the United States, with some lawmakers calling for greater regulatory oversight of the industry.
A double top formation preceded Bitcoin’s plunge below $48,000 on Dec. 28 with some analysts suggesting it could dip to $44,000 before resuming its uptrend.