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Crypto News Cast March 28th 2021

Crypto News Cast 📮 28-03-2021

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Crypto News Updates :

  • SIAE Selects Algorand To Create 4 Million NFTs To Manage Authors’ Rights
  • Stock-to-flow Creator Doesn't Think Bitcoin's Bull Run Is Over
  • South Korean Bank BNK Busan Offers Banking Services To Crypto Exchanges
  • ARK Invest CEO Believes Bitcoin Fixed Supply Will Push Price Upwards
  • Billionaire Who Wanted Bitcoin Banned Now Decides To Invest In BTC
  • Oakland A’s President Declares “We are Believers in Bitcoin”
  • Grayscale Now Holds $41 Billion Crypto Assets Under Management
  • Kentucky’s Governor Signs Crypto Mining and Clean Energy Incentive Bills
  • Dragonfly Capital Launched $225 Million Fund To Invest in DEFI, NFTs, Others

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SIAE Selects Algorand To Create 4 Million NFTs To Manage Authors’ Rights

Società Italiana degli Autori ed Editori (SIAE) have chosen Algorand to create over 4 million NFTs to manage the rights of over 95,000 selected SIAE authors on the Blockchain. This will ensure that the copyrights of authors are globally protected on a transparent, open infrastructure as the Blockchain. Algorand founder Silvio Micali, believes this move by SIAE will open new opportunities in data management. Read Full on Bitcoin News.

Stock-to-flow Creator Doesn't Think Bitcoin's Bull Run Is Over

Bitcoin after attaining $60000 have stalled below that price. PlanB, a crypto analyst on Twitter said that bitcoin is just getting started shown from Multiple Stock-to-Flow models. Tone Vays, a YouTuber and derivatives trader also carries a bullish macro view. Vays said that bitcoin could fall to $48k range, but will rise above $70k before June. Bitcoin in the past weeks have retraced to $50,000 with other crypto assets making headlines in the price category. Read Full on cointelegraph.

South Korean Bank BNK Busan Offers Banking Services To Crypto Exchanges

Major South Korean bank BNK Busan launched a program to offer banking services for crypto exchanges. The bank is researching how financial institutions handle and deal with crypto exchanges as regulation draws closer. The regulation will enforce the use of Information Security Management System (ISMS) certification. BNK Busan will offer services to small and medium-sized exchanges such as Copax and Gdac. Read Full on Bitcoin News.

ARK Invest CEO Believes Bitcoin Fixed Supply Will Push Price Upwards

ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood believes Bitcoin fixed supply will push the price upwards due to increasing demand. Wood emphasized that Bitcoin’s current $1 trillion market cap of around is small compared to its potential future value. The ARK Invest CEO pointed out the Institutional interest in Bitcoin which she thinks is a surprising development seeing companies diversify into Bitcoin. And there is little correlation between Bitcoin and other assets. Read Full on The Daily Hodl.

Billionaire Who Wanted Bitcoin Banned Now Decides To Invest In BTC

Billionaire businessman Øystein Stray Spetalen, recently reportedly invested in crypto exchange MiraiEx and Bitcoin. He wanted bitcoin banned as at March 18 which he now turned around to support and invest in Bitcoin as a risky decision. He believes bitcoin will be on the right side of history. His decision is likely to be influenced by his fellow Norwegian billionaire Røkke when he invested bitcoin. Read Full on CryptoGlobe.

Oakland A’s President Declares “We are Believers in Bitcoin”

American professional baseball team Oakland Athletics now accepts Bitcoin as payment for the tickets. There's currently about 100 inbound inquiries. Oakland A's also announced their plans to hold any BTC that they receive and also will open to other crypto currencies like eth and doge. BitPay, a bitcoin payment service provider, is used for the processing. They also considers blockchain and will be loking into non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Read Full on BitcoinExchangeGuide.

Grayscale Now Holds $41 Billion Crypto Assets Under Management

Crypto asset management company Grayscale revealed it now has $41 billion AUM. The company now holds almost $34.7 billion worth of Bitcoin and almost $5.2 billion of Ethereum with 14 listed different vehicles, with five new funds announced on March 17. These are funds for Basic Attention Token (BAT), Chainlink (LINK), Decentraland (MANA), Livepeer (LPT), and Filecoin (FIL), MANA holding as the highest at $14.6 million. Read Full on BeInCrypto.

Kentucky’s Governor Signs Crypto Mining and Clean Energy Incentive Bills

Kentucky’s governor Andy Beshear signed two bills on crypto mining into law. One of the bills is focused on clean energy use incentives and the other is focused on tax breaks for cryptocurrency mining operations. The bills were completed and approved earlier this month. The legislative move is in accordance with the plan to attract crypto miners, or companies involved in minting new coins. Read Full on theblockcrypto.

Dragonfly Capital Launched $225 Million Fund To Invest in DEFI, NFTs, Others

Dragonfly Capital launched a new fund tagged the Dragonfly Fund II $225 million to invest in four core areas: Decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols; non-fungible token (NFT) projects; Ethereum Layer 2 solutions and businesses built on them and centralized financial (CeFi). Partners in the fund include Sequoia China (strategic partner), OKEx, Huobi, Bitmain, and Bybit. Haseeb Qureshi of Dragonfly Capital said the partnerships will Crypto forward. Read Full on theblockcrypto.

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