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Argentine President Fernandez wants to legalize Bitcoin

According to Argentine President Alberto Fernandez, cryptocurrencies are the emerging category of digital assets Argentine President Alberto Fernandez agreed to legalize Bitcoin, while promising to support the creation of a state digital currency. However, his wish runs counter to the opposition of the country’s central bank. In particular, according to the President of Argentina, cryptocurrencies are the emerging category of digital assets. In an interview with local media outlet Caja Negra, Fernandez answered the question of whether he would consider investigating the CBDC or recognizing bitcoin as legal tender, as El Salvador did. The Argentine president highlighted the growing dynamics…

O «Mr. White Hat “, the hacker of the robbery of $ 600 million in cryptocurrencies returned the money

The hacker, who is responsible for one of the biggest cryptocurrency robberies of all time, returned almost the entire $ 600 million, saying he did it “for fun” and to expose a security breach. Poly Network, which manages an interoperability platform between blockchain chains, confirmed yesterday via Twitter that $ 268 million worth of Ether tokens had been recovered, and over the next 24 hours, $ 342 million worth of tokens belonging to three cryptocurrencies were returned to company. As he explained, the hacker – whom he calls “Mr. “White Hat”, a term referring to a security hacker who is…

Paris Saint-Germain paid Messi with a cryptocurrency!

In the form of a cryptocurrency, Lionel Messi will receive a part of his salary from his agreement with Paris Saint-Germain. According to a telegram from Reuters, which was later confirmed by the French club, a significant part of the signing bonus will be paid to the 34-year-old Argentine ace in the form of fan tokens, which is a kind of cryptocurrency, which allows friends of the team to have right to vote for certain – minor – decisions of the association. As with all cryptocurrencies, fan tokens are tradable and exchangeable through special platforms. Each such “brand” went on…

Cryptocurrencies are under control. The focus is on the operation of exchanges

Investor protection is a priority for the new SEC president In his first major digital money interview, the new chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Gary Gensler, hinted that he would not take a lax approach to regulating cryptocurrencies, although he has taught about them at MIT. Policymakers around the world are in the process of finding a way to regulate the $ 1.6 trillion cryptocurrency market, which has seen huge growth and fluctuations. Mr Gary Gensler is in favor of a robust regulatory framework based on securing pads for the millions of investors who have filled…

Historical video from 2013: When the Greek Andreas Antonopoulos was talking about Bitcoin at $ 100

Watch the historical video of Andreas Antonopoulos, host of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin podcast and lecturer for the M.Sc. Digital coins at the University of Nicosia. Source: https://www.cryptonomist.gr/istoriko-vinteo-apo-to-2013-otan-o-ellinas-andreas-antonopoulos-milouse-gia-to-bitcoin-sta-100/?fbclid=IwAR1mXc8DEJdWWzpVNOOg655pjonbrJuJ6b7QlJuQwso2N53NkiOCwOc2iOU 00

The cryptocurrencies enter the F1 at full throttle

Crypto.com signs $ 100 million five-year deal with top motorsport championship Formula 1 has found a new sponsor by signing a deal with Crypto.com, a platform that allows users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies. The terms of the agreement have not been announced, but sports experts note that the value of the five-year agreement will exceed 100 million euros. The deal, which takes effect on July 17, a day before Silverstone’s British Grand Prix, stipulates that the Crypto.com logo will be displayed at F1 events, in the new Sprint qualifying system, and on billboards. on the slopes. Commenting, F1 Commerce…

Cryptocurrencies are listed on the. Stock Exchange in Philippines

It is only a matter of time before cryptocurrencies are traded directly on the stock exchange, starting in the distant Philippines. As soon as the competent authority gives the green light, the stock exchange will offer this service. According to the president and CEO of the organization, Ramon Monzon, “if there should be a transaction of cryptocurrencies in the country, then it should be done on the Stock Exchange, because, firstly, there is all the necessary infrastructure and, secondly, in this way investors are protected from fraudsters “. Cryptocurrencies are undoubtedly highly volatile, so the competent authority is trying to…

Alkmaar, the first team to pay footballers with Bitcoin

The Dutch Alkmaar becomes the first football team to start paying the salaries of its players in Bitcoin, announcing the beginning of its cooperation with the Bitcoin Meester who will become the official partner of the team in cryptocurrencies. According to the club’s announcement, the agreement stipulates that all cryptocurrency transactions will be made with Bitcoin and that Alkmaar will start paying the monthly earnings of its footballers with the well-known cryptocurrency. The group’s commercial director, Michael Koster, said: “The cryptocurrency market is booming, with rapid growth in recent years.” It is noted that Alkmaar finished in 3rd place in…

Chinese Bitcoin Mining Firm Relocates Machines to Kazakhstan

As China continues to crack down on crypto, Bitcoin mining firm BIT Mining has delivered its first batch of mining machines to Kazakhstan Chinese Bitcoin mining firm BIT Mining has announced that it has delivered its first batch of 320 mining machines to Kazakhstan. In a release accompanying the announcement, the firm revealed that it expects its machines to be up and running by June 27, bringing a theoretical maximum hash rate capacity of 18.2 PH/s online. A second and third batch of 2,600 machines in total is expected to arrive in Kazakhstan by July 1, with the company’s remaining mining machines going to…

Nigerian hotel becomes country’s first to accept Bitcoin payments

George Residence in Lagos has announced plans to start accepting BTC payments. The company has already converted 50% of its balance sheet to Bitcoin. A luxury hotel in Lagos, Nigeria will reportedly accept Bitcoin (BTC) as a form of payment and adopt the digital asset as its primary reserve currency as concerns about inflation continue to grip Africa’s largest economy. George Residence confirmed its intent to begin accepting Bitcoin this weekend, according to 1st News, a Nigerian news publication. George Residence, which offers luxury hotel and premium apartment suites, will accept BTC through Coinvest Africa, a regional cryptocurrency brokerage. “We have allocated…