Category: Bitcoin.com

Bitcoin.com: Mirandus: Open World MMORPG Finally in Web3

PRESS RELEASE. Finally, the moment has arrived. A dozen hours have gone into farming the materials needed for a brand-new mighty axe. The epic weapon crafted at the forge will take the player to unprecedented heights of power, but only for the player to discover it does not have any real value. This jarring feeling

Bitcoin.com: Bank of England Suspends Tightening Policy as Pound Nosedives — Central Bank to Start Purchasing Long-Dated UK Government Bonds

Following the extremely volatile European markets during the past few days and the euro and pound dropping rapidly against the U.S. dollar, the Bank of England has decided to intervene in bond markets. U.K. government bond yields have been erratic and the pound sterling also dropped to a lifetime low against the greenback. On Wednesday,

Bitcoin.com: Bitcoin, Ethereum Technical Analysis: BTC, ETH Lower as Powell Claims There Are ‘Structural Issues’ With Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin was back in the red on Wednesday, as U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell called for more regulation in decentralized finance (defi), citing “structural issues” as a key reason. The token fell below $19,000 on the comments, moving closer to a key support point as a result. Ethereum also slipped following yesterday’s rebound, with

Bitcoin.com: Australia Issues White Paper for Central Bank Digital Currency

Reserve Bank of Australia is researching the potential benefits of launching a central bank digital currency. The monetary authority released a white paper outlining its goals and invited interested parties to participate with proposals and suggest pilot projects. Central Bank of Australia to Pilot CBDC Until Middle of 2023 The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)

Bitcoin.com: California Launches Crackdown on 11 Crypto Firms Accused of Operating Ponzi Schemes

The California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) has cracked down on 11 cryptocurrency companies that are accused of violating California securities laws. Nine of the firms reportedly solicited funds from investors in order to trade cryptocurrencies on the customer’s behalf. One of the accused companies pitched an alleged metaverse software development scheme, and

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