Bitcoin has surpassed the $60,000 mark briefly for the first time since April 2021. The price has been boosted by reports suggesting a Bitcoin futures ETF is likely to begin trading in the United States as early as next week.
Amidst global concerns about regulation of cryptocurrencies from governments of countries and global key players, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin seems to have accepted cryptocurrencies according to his recent comments, although he still has some reservations about the asset class.
Bitcoiner Allan Flynn has settled his first complaint with the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) over being unilaterally debanked in 2018 due to his occupation as a Digital Currency Exchange (DCE).
Ethereum follows in Bitcoin’s footsteps amid a formidable quest for all-time highs at $4,400. Axie Infinity sprouts to $145 after holding support at $115, but a retracement cloud still hovers.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is going after pump and dump groups on Telegram.
On Monday an account under the name “ASIC” posted a message in the “ASX Pump Organization” on Telegram to warn around 300 members of the group that “we’re monitoring this platform and we may be investigating you.”
The chief executive officer of global investment bank Morgan Stanley says that cryptocurrency, including bitcoin, is not a fad. Noting that they are not going to go away, he said: “We’re watchful of it, we’re respectful, and we’ll wait and see how the regulators handle it.”
In what could be its biggest reveal this session, Fox Entertainment just launched a line of NFTs based on the hit singing competition, The Masked Singer. And its first airdrop seems to have hit a high note, with Fox giving away 20,000 NFTs in less than 24 hours.
Billionaire and business tycoon Elon Musk is showing his approval of Dogecoin’s (DOGE) latest network upgrade.