Crypto Espresso: Your quick shot of the latest crypto moves and news
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The Poms are worried. The US President is Biden his time on crypto crackdown no more.
Silvergate is up circa 20% and Ukraine has an NFT plan for Russia.
Let’s get stuck right in.
Bitcoin was trading around the US$38,000 mark in Europe, down US$5,000 week-on-week and 16% down from its recent high recorded in mid-February, adding to Brit trader fears of a US market sell down.
We look at how the QuickSwap exchange works and the outlook for the Quickswap future price.
The Ukrainian government is to issue non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in a bid to fund its armed forces in the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Nasdaq: Shares of Silvergate Capital gained 18.9% in February. The company’s laser-like focus on the cryptocurrency market typically makes the stock move in tandem with Bitcoin and Ethereum.
PYMNTS: On Friday (March 4), a non-fungible token (NFT) featuring a photo of the 1952 Topps card of baseball legend Mickey Mantle sold for $471,000, showing that the 16-time All-Star’s blue-chip status extends to the crypto world.
Forbes: President Joe Biden is set to sign an executive order this week that will outline the US government’s strategy for cryptocurrencies, according to people familiar with the administration’s plans.
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