Tuesday, May 17, 2022

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Gucci is Now Accepting Crypto Payments in Select Stores

The Italian high-end fashion label Gucci will start taking cryptocurrency payments in five of its U.S. stores by the end of the month and...

The USA is Increasing its Efforts to Combat Crypto Frauds

The crypto and NFT market is exploding. More and more new people are signing up to be part of these new-age financial avenues.  The SEC aims...

Argentina’s Largest Private Bank Start Accepting Major Cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies have benefited from Argentina's financial catastrophe, characterized by soaring inflation, a sinking currency, and a lack of available US dollars for investment. According to a...

Wikipedia Will No Longer Accept Donations in Cryptocurrencies

Wikipedia's governing body, the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF), has announced that it will no longer accept payments in cryptocurrencies. In its announcement, WMF stated that it "will...

Invictus Margin Lending – Stable Returns in Turbulent Times

Over the past month, the price of commodities including oil, food and metals has skyrocketed. Knock-on effects of high commodity prices are well-known, including...

Bitcoin fell 12% after Russian forces fired missiles at several cities in Ukraine.

Bitcoin slumped to its lowest in a month on Thursday after Russian forces fired missiles at several cities in Ukraine and landed troops on...

Bitcoin falls to $40,000 amid the Russia-Ukraine crisis.

Bitcoin is testing $40,000, a key psychological level, as the U.S. plan talks with Russia about military intelligence that suggests an imminent Ukraine invasion,...

Robert Kiyosaki is planning to add more bitcoins to his portfolio.

Robert Kiyosaki, a leading American businessman and author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, recently revealed that he is planning to enhance his Bitcoin portfolio...

Bitcoin falls below $33,000 to set new multiple-months low.

Bitcoin's price slumped further over the weekend to levels not seen since last August, as a selloff of riskier assets like stocks spread to...

The entire crypto market loses $100 billion as bitcoin and other altcoins see red.

The leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin’s adverse price movements continue with the asset sliding below $42,000. Most of the altcoin space is even more gloomy, with...

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