Over the last day, Decentraland (MANA) has seen some of the most spectacular advances in crypto. The coin is now stabilising, and there is a probability that it may continue to rise in the coming week.
BCH is attempting to gain support around the $300 trading level, according to the daily chart. The 50-day SMA indication is higher than the 14-day SMA. They’re also near the $350 resistance level, demonstrating that the value-line remains a critical stumbling block for the market’s further upswings. The Stochastic Oscillators have tightened their southward crossing to a range of 20. They’re heading south around it, implying that the bearish swings aren’t going away anytime soon.
Yield Guild Games Southeast Asia (YGG SEA) has raised $15 million from private investors in two rounds. It plans to utilise the money to promote play-to-earn gaming in Southeast Asian countries.
Sub-Saharan Africa is enjoying unprecedented economic development, unlike anything witnessed in decades. Africa’s logistics, particularly for parcel delivery and taxi drivers, are being strained to unprecedented levels as a result of this increase.
Michele Franzese Moda, an Italian luxury company, has announced that it would accept cryptocurrency payments. In an article titled “It’s Time for Crypto,” Michele Franzese Moda’s web magazine highlighted the company’s decision.
Vanuatu Prime Minister Bob Loughman has stated that the Satoshi Island Community project has been authorised by the government. Transactions on the Island will be entirely dependent on bitcoin, as there will be no space for traditional currencies or fiat money.
Residents in Portsmouth can now pay their bills with cryptocurrencies. This follows the mayor’s presentation of the suggestions to city officials. Deaglan McEachern, the mayor of Portsmouth, indicated that he wants locals to embrace the cryptocurrency business and have more options when it comes to paying bills.
The confrontation between Russia and Ukraine, according to the CEO of the world’s largest asset management, Blackrock, has a “possible impact on accelerating digital currencies.”
With the help of the HBAR Foundation, Meeco, a supplier of data privacy and digital identification solutions, has launched its Zero-Knowledge Proof (ZKP) Decentralised Identifier (DID) and token visualisation tooling on Hedera, the decentralised proof-of-stake public network.
The CBR (Central Bank of Russia) suggested that the commercial banks of the country should elevate the scrutiny of the consumers’ transfers that could target the implementation of the economic measures taken on the behalf of the CBR to tackle the external…
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After moving in the range-bound zones of $45,000 and $40,000, the BTC/USD market activity declined. The crypto market eventually found support around $37,500, which has served as the starting point for a rally.
Arthur Hayes, the former CEO of BitMEX, has predicted that Russia’s latest sanctions will have disastrous economic consequences. In the next ten years, according to Hayes, there will be a surge in investment in gold and Bitcoin.
Meta, formerly Facebook, has been sued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for “posting fraud adverts featuring renowned Australian public figures.” “The essence of our argument is that Meta is liable for these adverts that it posts on its platform,” the regulator stated