Crypto Espresso: Your quick shot of the latest crypto moves and news
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Bitcoin is vacillating at $39,545.62 (up circa 1.8% in the last, typically desperate 24 hours).
Let’s put our ducks in a Rose:
Capital.com: Originally launched in July 2021, Fame Lady Squad is the first generative female avatar NFT project, with 8888 distinctive Ladies made up of millions of character combinations.
But the American and Norwegian FLS team members – billed as Cindy, Kelda and Andrea – were all men.
Capital.com: IoTeX, the IOT blockchain, saw its coin rise 5% on 15 March as it sought to gain positive momentum to pull it out of what’s been a real bearish trend.
Capital.com: CHZ, the coin of sports fan token platform Socios, held its value after recovering from the post-invasion market slump… this does not mean the road has been without its bumps.
Calgary Herald: Canada’s response to the use of Bitcoin to support convoy protestors, along with another class-action lawsuit related to a hack on a DeFi protocol, shows how some of the sector’s more radical and grandiose claims stand up to high-profile, real-world tests.
Coindesk: Experts in the field of renewable energy see two ways crypto can convincingly address its power consumption critics. Firstly, by creating demand for more renewable energy sources; and secondly, using blockchain technology itself to interact transparently with power grids in a measurable and auditable manner.
Bloomberg: Billionaire Michael Novogratz forecasts a range of $30,000 to $50,000 for BTC this year. The Galaxy boss says he maintains a five-year forecast of $500,000.
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