Layer 2 scaling solutions on Ethereum have been in the limelight as the DeFi activity in the market picks up considerably. Recently, on August 31, the leading Ethereum scaling solutions provider OffChain Labs announced opening up the Arbitrum One mainnet for the public.
Last March, the comic book publisher DC Comics told freelancers that intellectual property (IP) and characters owned by DC Comics were off-limits in regards to freelancers leveraging the IP for non-fungible token (NFT) asset sales. A recent report indicates that Marvel Comics has also told freelance artists that the sale of NFT products featuring Marvel’s IP is off-limits as well.
Market leader BTC, and ETH are hovering around previous levels. While most of top coins are in a sideways trade, Cardano has spiked around 16% ahead of smart contracts launch.
Following El Salvador making bitcoin legal tender, a survey was conducted to ascertain whether U.S. adults support or oppose a similar move in the U.S. Among 4,912 adults who participated, 61% did not oppose.
If you’re fresh on the crypto scene, it’s critical that you watch out for all the gimmicks and traps. But even veteran investors should still pay close attention to some of the more recent and sophisticated scams that are now beginning to circulate.
A popular crypto trader is eyeing three altcoins that could mimic Solana’s recent historic rise.
Solana (SOL) has climbed to the sixth-ranked cryptocurrency, according to CoinGecko. Currently trading at $175, the smart contract platform is up more than 600% from its July low of $23.47.
The Board of the Treasury Department had a meeting with the companies that promote cryptocurrencies, especially stablecoins that have caused enthusiasm on the internet. The US agency wanted to check the function of the cryptos and what guarantees they offer to users who adopt them.
Since the El Salvador government made the Bitcoin adoption in the hands of the Nayib Bukele cabinet, many countries have considered their position with the decentralized market. Ukraine and Panama seem to be the next operators looking to benefit from the virtual market.
A few months ago, the crypto industry was shaken up by the news of the mass exodus of miners from China. At the end of May 2021, it became known that the Chinese authorities were going to ban Bitcoin (BTC) mining, bringing the already existing regulatory pressure on miners to a breaking point.