Experts have been brewing multiple speculations about the future of cryptocurrency in India over the past few years. There was a wave of hope last month when Nirmala Sitharaman, the Finance Minister of India, confirmed that the much-awaited cryptocurrency bill would be cleared soon by the cabinet.
Inter Milan, Italy’s reigning soccer champion, has signed a partnership agreement with blockchain company Zytara Labs. The collaboration aims to provide users of the club’s mobile app with access to crypto products and allow Inter to create digital collectibles for fans around the world.
Bitcoin (BTC) has successfully managed to break past its strong barrier of $50,000. As of press time, BTC is trading 2.45% up at $50,306 and a market cap of $945 billion. For now, it seems that Bitcoin bulls have been dominating the charts.
The Oracle of Omaha Warren Buffet once said, “Be fearful when others are greedy and be greedy when others are fearful.” Taking a contrarian position can be frightening, but it often leads to great financial opportunities.
As weekend approaches, Bitcoin and Ethereum are fueled to hit higher. The flagship crypto, only the fourth time in the previous four months surpassed $50,000. Bitcoin has been trading at its highest intraday level since August 23, 2021, when it touched $50,913.
While regulators have often targeted projects in and out of the crypto space, the fines levied against digital asset exchanges are a fraction of those against traditional financial institutions.
Two enterprising American boys managed to generate $35,000 a month via an Ethereum ($ETH) mining operation they set up in their garage.
Ethereum has started off September with a bang, one that’s loud enough to take it up to $4000. That’s right, September 3rd saw the second largest crypto go up to highs of $4000, and the crypto sphere is ecstatic.