Polygon’s VP of Global Business Development for gaming Urvit Goel believes games that integrate nonfungible tokens (NFTs) have a natural edge on traditional games that don’t allow users to sell their in-game items.
Institutional players are back in the crypto space over the last few weeks. However, retail support in the crypto market is still lacking as a majority of retail investors remain hesitant over fresh participation at this point.
Ethereum, the world’s largest altcoin, continues to create headlines ahead of the upcoming Merge. As expected, it has been seeing significant demand and adoption from institutions and retail investors/traders. Hence, there is a sense of belongingness around.
Crypto debit cards are helping crypto owners assess their assets swiftly for real-world purchases while also creating fertile ground for new and budding crypto enthusiasts. These cards let users spend or earn crypto in stores or online; they equally offer various benefits and unique features you won’t find with traditional debit cards.
Per Bloomberg, Bitcoin hit $25,000 before pairing gains briefly at 4 a:m. New York time on Sunday. It rose from $24,882 to $25,000, a figure last seen early June, and is now trading at $24,685.
The Ethereum-based dog-themed crypto asset Shiba Inu (SHIB) soared 40% in the last 24-hours, briefly shattering a $10,000,000,000 market cap.