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Bitcoin network activity decline suggests longer bear market: Glassnode

With several on-chain metrics for Bitcoin (BTC) still in a bearish range, a continuation of the recent price recovery will…
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Honduras attracts crypto investor tourists with Bitcoin Valley

A small tourist town in Honduras has begun accepting Bitcoin payments as part of the “Bitcoin Valley” initiative designed to…
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Marriages and court cases can be held in the Metaverse

Legal marriage proceedings, court case disputes and government services may one day be offered on the Metaverse, according to a…
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IMF global outlook suggests dark clouds ahead for crypto

Investors are warning of further volatility in the digital asset markets as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasts a slowdown…
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‘Extreme demand’ for BTC at $20K creating new support levels: Glassnode

“Extreme” demand at the $20,000 price point for Bitcoin (BTC) appears to have forced the coins back into the hands…
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Large institutions sold $5.5B in BTC since May — and we’re still here

Since May 10, as much as 236,237 Bitcoin (worth $5.452 billion) has been sold by “large institutions” — mostly as…
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SEC objects to XRP holders aiding Ripple defense

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is attempting to block XRP holders from aiding in Ripple’s defense, and prohibit attorney…
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Sustainable Bitcoin mining power mix hits 59.5%: BTC Mining Council

The latest Q2 report also details how energy efficiency among Bitcoin miners is on the rise. Source link

Australian central bank governor favors private sector crypto technology

Australian central bank Governor Phillip Lowe said that a private solution “is going to be better” for cryptocurrency as long…
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Paraguay’s crypto framework one step away from becoming law

The Paraguayan Senate passed a bill on July 14 establishing a tax and regulatory framework for businesses operating in the…
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