Crypto Espresso: Your quick shot of the latest crypto moves and news
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Your quick shot of the latest crypto moves and news, the Crypto Espresso is brought to you by Capital.com Australia (AFSL 513393), a multi-award winning global investment trading platform.
The Euro Parliament is taking out the trash, Biden’s EO to marry banks and BTC, while we’re checking the price of Ethereum. And not just for ’22 – we’re taking Ethereum on a test run into the future.
Strap on your spacesuit.
Capital.com: The European Parliament has voted against a controversial proposal to outlaw all Proof-of-Work (PoW) amid widespread backlash.
Capital.com: RVN, the coin of peer-to-peer asset transfer blockchain Ravencoin, which bounced high in to March, has since had 20% lopped off its value as it fell on 14 March to $0.51.
Capital.com: Propy (PRO), a decentralised platform for international real estate transactions, lost 12.89% of its value, dropping from $1.818 on 22 February to $1.43 on 14 March 2022.
Capital.com: Ethereum failed to hold the US$3,000 level reached at the start of March.
Forbes: President Biden’s recent executive order regarding the responsible development of digital assets, helped lift the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies.
Montreal Times: The very first question every company needs to think about is how do they hold cryptos? Do they need to hold on their balance sheet or just start to adopt a payment method that enables cryptocurrency?
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