Category: XRPRUB

Will SEC Lose Or Label Most Cryptos A Security? Here’s Why Ripple Holds Edge Over SEC

Crypto investors in the market are eagerly waiting for the outcome of the much-heated Ripple vs SEC case which many anticipate shall arrive by the first half of 2022. As of now, Ripple holds the edge as it continues to hold score more points against the SEC. WSJ reporter Dave Michael writes that this case […]

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Ripple (XRP) Price Roars Towards $0.8350 Moves In Upward Channel

XRP has lost almost 17% since January 2 from the highs of $0.8659. The price gains more than 1% on Saturday from the lows of $0.7680. At the time of writing, the XRP price has been hovering near higher levels. XRP extends the previous session’s gains today with more than 1% gains. The Altcoin rises […]

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China’s Xiangtai food Co. buys 686 spot Bitcoin miners despite mining ban

Xiangtai Food Co., Ltd., a Nasdaq-listed Chinese food company has bought 686 spot Bitcoin miners that are worth US$6 million via its United States subsidiary called SonicHash LLC. While the mining operations would be continued in New York, the fact that the Chinese government has issued an all-out ban against crypto companies could brew some trouble […]

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Can Ethereum lose its Defi dominance? JPMorgan believes so

The pro-crypto Wall Street giant, JPMorgan took a rather surprising stance against the dominating blockchain, Ethereum and its coin, Ether ($ETH). JPMorgan highlighted that Ethereum is already losing its rank in the Defi sphere to the up and coming competitors, and may lose further if it does not escalate the time taken for scalability upgrades. […]

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Breaking: Estonia is not banning cryptocurrencies; finance minister clarifies rumors

Estonia, a North European nation made headlines in the crypto world with its strict AML regulations a few days back. The strict regulatory policies introduced by the government were seen as regressive that led to rumors about a possible ban on cryptocurrencies. Earlier. today the Finance Minister of the country came out with an official […]

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OpenSea trading volume reaches record high at $240 million on day 2 of 2022

NFTs have started 2022 with a bang as OpenSea NFT marketplace’s one day trading volume touched all time high (ATH) at $240 million on January 2. Furthermore, according to Chinese journalist, Colin Wu OpenSea’s trading volume for the month of December 2021 surpassed the $3 billion mark. While the consistently hiking trading volumes are unsurprising given […]

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Bitcoin (BTC) hashrate touches new ATH on 13th Birthday of Genesis Day

Bitcoin (BTC) network hashrate hit a new all-time high of 207.53 million tera hashes per second (TH/s) on Monday as the Bitcoin network turned 13. On this day in 2009, the pseudo-anonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto mined the genesis block of Bitcoin and started a financial revolution that is standing tall today. The new ATH hashrate […]

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Samsung launches first smart TV with NFT browsing and trading option

Non-fungible Token (NFT) frenzy has continued as we begin 2022 and mainstream electronic giants are already hopping on the trending tokenised wagon. Today, the multinational electronics corporation, Samsung introduced its “NFT aggregation platform” supported by its exclusive smart TV launches. According to Samsung, users can browse, and trade NFTs through their MicroLed, Neo QLED, and […]

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XRP Lawsuit: What lies ahead for XRP in 2022?

2021 was an eventful year for the crypto community, especially for XRP holders given the SEC vs Ripple lawsuit took several bittersweet turns during these past 12 months. While on one hand the XRP community was aggravated by the SEC’s white lies and prejudice, on the other hand the community saw global support, eventually making […]

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Breaking: MicroStrategy buys the Bitcoin dip again, adds $94.2 million in BTC

MicroStrategy, the Fortune 500 company has bought the Bitcoin dip again as they added additional 1,914 Bitcoins (BTC) at an average cost of $49,229 per Bitcoin totaling $94.2 million. The CEO of the firm Michael Saylor who is credited for bringing more public companies to BTC took to Twitter to announce the news. MicroStrategy has […]

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