This week on Crypto Twitter: Michael Saylor leaves CEO role to “focus more on Bitcoin”, Nomad and Solana are hacked

This week on Crypto Twitter: Michael Saylor leaves CEO role to “focus more on Bitcoin”, Nomad and Solana are hacked

Illustration by Mitchell Prefer for Decrypt After two consecutive weeks of growth, the cryptocurrency markets distressed a little. While reports of liquidity problems appear to have slowed, investors have been cautious. This week, Bitcoin-HODLing Block Inc. and MicroStrategy companies both reported significant impairment charges on their holdings. Block is down $ 36 million, while MicroStrategy … Read more

New Bill Seeking CFTC Surveillance Over BTC, ETH Could “Free Billions” (Cryptocurrency: BTC-USD)

New Bill Seeking CFTC Surveillance Over BTC, ETH Could “Free Billions” (Cryptocurrency: BTC-USD)

designer491 A bill tabled by a handful of US senators seeking to authorize the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to regulate bitcoin (BTC-USD) and ethereum (ETH-USD) would deem the two largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization as so-called digital commodities in a move that could “free up billions of capital” in them, said Marcus Sotiriou, an analyst … Read more

Tapsigner: does Bitcoin security meet convenience? – Bitcoin magazine

Tapsigner: does Bitcoin security meet convenience?  – Bitcoin magazine

Bitcoin company Coinkite has launched its latest hardware wallet, Tapsigner, in an effort to facilitate self-storage of bitcoins in cold storage. The product, which looks more like a credit card than traditional hardware wallets, costs $ 40 and aims to act as the most intuitive Bitcoin signing device to integrate a wider range of people … Read more

Chinese Planners Can’t Handle Bitcoin – Bitcoin Magazine

Chinese Planners Can’t Handle Bitcoin – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Andrew Axelrod, Bitcoin educator and contributor to Bitcoin Magazine Just like the tragic figures of Greek mythology, China has a long and legendary history of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Its ruling class, in particular, has always had an insatiable appetite for self-flagellation. The bitcoin ban is … Read more

Which developed country will be the first to adopt Bitcoin? – Bitcoin magazine

Which developed country will be the first to adopt Bitcoin?  – Bitcoin magazine

This is a transcribed excerpt from the “Bitcoin Magazine Podcast” hosted by P and Q. In this episode, Jeff Ross joins them to talk about why he thinks we’re still in a bear market and which country he thinks it’s going to be. the next to adopt bitcoin as a reserve asset. Watch this episode … Read more

Bitcoin: Trojans have launched (Cryptocurrency: BTC-USD)

Bitcoin: Trojans have launched (Cryptocurrency: BTC-USD)

salark In my October 2021 article, Bitcoin: You Have Been Warned, I mentioned that some of the influencers of Bitcoin (BTC-USD) may not have been the gods being touted. Like money, another suffers crisis, two of the most important investors have fled. This is my updated perspective. Trojan horses have escaped from the Bitcoin paddock … Read more

Bitcoin at a Decision Point, Solana-Based Wallet Exploits, and the Nomad Fiasco: This Week’s Cryptocurrency Recap

Bitcoin at a Decision Point, Solana-Based Wallet Exploits, and the Nomad Fiasco: This Week’s Cryptocurrency Recap

The past seven days have not brought any positive developments, at least in terms of prices, as the total market capitalization of cryptocurrencies has dropped by about $ 35 billion. This stems from the fact that BTC and ETH fail to break through critical resistance levels and currently circulate below them. This time last week, … Read more

Another court case fails to unravel the mystery of the bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto | Bitcoin

Another court case fails to unravel the mystery of the bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto |  Bitcoin

Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? The mysterious inventor of bitcoin is a renowned figure in the world of cryptocurrencies but his true identity is unknown. However, British blogger Peter McCormack was certain of one thing: the answer is not Craig Wright. For years Wright, an Australian computer scientist, claimed to be Satoshi, the pseudonymous author of … Read more