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Morning, Coinheads.

There’s some NFT action on the Ukraine-Polish border – but that won’t last, says one death-knell sounding founder.

And the price of Bitcoin has made a quiet retreat over the last 24 hours, down circa 1.2% to $38,672.65.

Here’s the nuts and bolts on Monday!

 

Fancy Bears, passport destruction, and Klitschko: inside the NFTs funding Ukraine

Capital.com: The biggest NFT profile picture (PFP) collection project in Europe is currently fundraising for NGOs to help Ukrainian victims of war who have crossed into Poland.

 

Sibiga: ‘95% of NFTs will be gone in a year or two’

Capital.com: Bartek Sibiga, founder and CEO of Europe’s biggest NTF profile picture (PFP) project, Fancy Bears Metaverse, said “big value” in NFTs will become increasingly important.

 

Cryptocurrency prices today: Bitcoin, Ethereum drop

Livemint: The global crypto market on Sunday cap was $1.73 trillion, a 0.71% decrease over the last day.

 

Bitcoin 2022 expecting record attendance

Yahoo Finance: Bitcoin 2022 takes place from April 6-9 in Miami, the home of self-proclaimed BTC enthusiast Mayor Francis Suarez. It is expected to see record attendance.

 

SEC lawsuit against Ripple’s top executives can continue

Capital.com: The US Security and Exchange Commission’s $1.3bn (£1bn) lawsuit against cryptocurrency company Ripple’s top executives will continue after a New York judge rejected a motion to dismiss it on Friday.

 

Hack sends NFT provider Skulltoons into danger zone

Capital.com: NTF provider Skulltoons was forced to do some heavy public backtracking and damage control after popular ESPN baseball reporter Jeff Passan’s Twitter account was hacked by someone promoting Skulltoons.

 

Most popular NFTs revealed

Capital.com: NFTs became the “it girl” of crypto in 2021. How did this happen – and most importantly, why?

 

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