Well before CEO Mark Zuckerburg announced the name change of Facebook to Meta, some of the largest and most innovative tech companies in the world already saw that the metaverse was the next big thing coming.
Australian Baseball League team, the Perth Heat, say they will become the first club in professional sport to pay its players in Bitcoin as part of a new sponsorship agreement. The baseball team will pay players and staff in Bitcoin and accept Bitcoin for sponsorships, merchandise, and even famed ballpark concessions like peanuts and crackerjacks.
The world’s second-largest cryptocurrency Ethereum (ETH) has corrected by nearly 15% since its all-time above $4,800 last week. Although the ETH price comes under pressure, the ETH whales continue to gobble up supplies.
The beta version of Ethair Market that launched on Monday, November 8th allows sellers to list their items early and get buyers acquainted with the site before their full release. Ethair has no listing fees and is currently available in the U.S & Canada, soon expanding to the other continents.
Watch out, FTX and Coinbase. Crypto.com is coming for Bitcoin-loving basketball fans.
Supply chain tracking network VeChain has just upgraded its consensus mechanism to what it claims is the “world’s greenest” method of verifying blocks on the chain.
Messaging apps are everywhere – over 3.1 billion people around the world use them, sending more than 140 billion messages every day. Their ubiquity, size, and the value they deliver to their users have often converted into stratospheric market valuations
More than a quarter of Australian crypto users surveyed in October plan to use digital assets as a part of their Christmas presents this holiday season.
GenshinShibInu (GSHIB) is the latest meme coin that gained over 3000% in the past 24 hours. With a 24 hour trading volume of over $1 million, let’s take a closer look at GSHIB and see what all the hype is about.