Here’s a look at some of my favorite Crypto reads this week:
NFTs look ready to rule 2022, and the recent pivot toward NFT utility in P2E gaming could make blockchain gaming this year’s sector darling.
Siraj Raval has tried just about every way there is to mine for cryptocurrencies from his 2018 Tesla Model 3.
He’s run free bitcoin mining software on his Apple Mac mini M1 and powered the computer by plugging an inverter into the 12-volt power socket located in the center console of his car.
‘High highs, and low lows’ has seemingly been the theme of the week in crypto, and NFTs were no exception. As we kick off the first full week of 2022, there was plenty of action in the NFT landscape to review.
We’re ringing in 2022 in a similar style as 2021 – a hefty dose of NFT news from throughout the week. Let’s put it all in a digestible format with this week’s Nutshell.
The Bank aims to provide efficient settlement solutions. The adoption of blockchain technology has increased in Bahrain over the last 12 months.
Illicit addresses received nearly $14 billion last year. Crypto-based unlawful transfers represented 0.15% of overall volume.
China’s leading messaging application – WeChat Pay – will reportedly begin supporting the e-CNY. The app has more than one billion users, meaning the initiative could significantly boost the distribution of the digital yuan.
Amidst another red weekend, Bitcoin is facing its most critical support area in the mid-term. So far, despite 2022’s first day, the new year has recorded seven consecutive daily red candles (keeping in mind there are a few more hours until today’s candle close).
Andreessen Horowitz – a leading venture capital firm and a prominent investor in the cryptocurrency space – has raised a fresh $9 billion to further its involvement in the growing industry.
The Chainlink ecosystem continues growing at a rapid pace, as the protocol expands support for additional blockchain environments.
Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin investors spread to almost every sector and among different personalities. With the increase in the adoption of digital assets, most people are joining the investment train to reap enormous potential growth. Celebrities and government officials from both past and present governments globally are not left behind.
The former US first lady, Melania Trump, just gave her congratulatory message to Bitcoin on its 13th birthday. A little after launching her personal ‘nonfungible token (NFT)’ in December 2021.