Upstart crypto exchange LVL wants to take on U.S. giants by removing trading fees. The move comes as bitcoin touches new all-time highs.
While only 12 non-profits had signed up for the event last year, crypto donations platform The Giving Block said that over 120 such organizations will be taking part in this year.
With bitcoin’s price hitting a new all-time high on Monday, retail investors will inevitably want to get in on the original crypto asset.
The research arm of the New York-based asset manager now recommends bitcoin as part of an investment portfolio.
The token is being claimed as the first blockchain-based financial instrument in Switzerland to hold an International Securities Identification Number.
The Venezuelan arm of the restaurant chain now accepts dash and bitcoin through CryptoBuyer.
Mining difficulty on the network rose by 8.9% today while the hash rate is more than 130 EH/s.
Fast food chains like Burger King and Church’s Chicken already accept crypto payments in the South American nation.
“I think that the days when folks believed that there’s only going to be Bitcoin, I think, are over,” said Asheesh Birla.
Yearn is “joining forces” with market coverage provider Cover, capping a busy week for the decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol.,