GensoKishi Online, which intelligently integrates GameFi with the popular MMORPG Elemental Knights, today announced a partnership with TrustPad, which will help promote GensoKishi on its popular platform and publicize this opportunity to its broad range of investors.
Since Singapore began regulating the cryptocurrency sector earlier this year, about 170 companies have applied for a license to offer “digital payment token services,” which include crypto-related services. However, Nikkei Asia reported that more than 100 companies that applied for such a license have either been turned down or withdrawn their applications.
Altcoins are on the verge of a massive rally as many of them are arriving late under the spotlight. Whilst shorts are apt to resume upward move, pleas are lauding for Santa clause rally ahead of Christmas. Tuesday’s pitch for bull season uplifted the global market cap well above $2.28 trillion with 6.81% gains round the clock. However, the alt season remains intact with requisite corrections.
A wallet holding 321 bitcoins that had not been touched for nearly a decade has very recently been used for a transfer.
Some of the altcoins have performed phenomenally well despite the market correction over the last week. Along with Terra’s LUNA, one such altcoin that’s making news recently is Polygon’s MATIC. The MATIC price has surged to a new all-time high of $2.54 with another 12% gain in the last 24-hours.
Singapore-based cryptoasset exchange Crypto.com has announced a multi-year deal with Los Angeles’s Angel City Football Club (ACFC).
The year 2021 can undoubtedly be characterized as the year of cryptocurrencies and the decentralized space, owing to its growth in terms of price and adoption. The buzz created by the space, a result of Bitcoin’s inception, has completely engulfed investors, regulators, speculators, and dissenters alike.
The National Basketball Association’s (NBA) Kevin Durant has entered a new deal with US-based crypto exchange Coinbase to become the “face of the brand.”
Enterprise blockchain has come a long way since its inception in 2017. Blockchain for enterprise use initially began as a technology built on private, permissioned networks, primarily used for supply chain management. As blockchain matured overtime, enterprises began to leverage public, permissionless networks like Ethereum to conduct business.