Month: November 2021

Aarika Rhodes, a Democrat running to represent California’s 30th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, has begun to accept campaign contributions in Bitcoin using the Lightning Network. In a Tuesday message to her more than 21,000 Twitter followers, Rhodes said her campaign website had started using Lighting for campaign contributions in addition to
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The creator of India’s crypto bill, former Finance Minister Subhash Garg, dismissed the notion of banning “private cryptocurrencies” as a misinterpretation while highlighting the enormous potential of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. The Parliamentary discussions around a controversial crypto bill sparked fears around the ban on cryptocurrencies, with no clear indication about the ban’s scope. As
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Bitcoin (BTC) returned to cement higher support on Nov. 30 after the latest BTC price comeback halted near $59,000. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView RSI sees “bullish engulfing” Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD reversing to local lows of $55,920 on Bitstamp overnight. The pair then recovered to circle $56,500 at
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Cryptocurrency is now a hot topic in United States politics. It wasn’t always like this, however, especially since just a small percentage of U.S. politicians seem to have a baseline understanding of digital currencies. Nonetheless, it’s now a wedge issue poised to morph into a destructive political football destined to occupy a new, uncomfortable space
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Welcome to the latest edition of Cointelegraph’s decentralized finance newsletter. ETH is burning at a rapid rate! Read on to discover the statistics behind Ethereum’s pursuit of deflationary mechanics. What you’re about to read is a shorter, more succinct version of the newsletter. For a comprehensive summary of DeFi’s developments over the last week, subscribe
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Bitcoin (BTC) and most major altcoins have been struggling to recover from the sharp fall seen on Nov. 26. This indicates that traders may be nervous to buy at current levels due to the uncertainty regarding the new heavily-mutated coronavirus strain detected in South Africa. According to a CryptoCompare report, Bitcoin’s assets under management decreased
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Bitcoin (BTC) hovered around $54,000 on Nov. 28 as the upcoming weekly close showed signs of hitting two-month lows. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Buyers keen at $53,000 Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView followed a quiet 24 hours for BTC/USD after Friday’s $6,000 red candle. Although quiet into Sunday, the pair nonetheless
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