Surfing Bitcoin Maximalism – Bitcoin Magazine

Surfin’ Bitcoin Conference, Casino Barrière Biarritz, France. Josselin Tonnellier Josselin Tonnellier organized the first Surfin’ Bitcoin Conference to educate people about Bitcoin and his French startup StackinSat, through which Europeans can accumulate Bitcoin via dollar cost averaging. “Bitcoin is quite niche in France. We have a lot of blockchain and shitcoining,” Tonnellier remarked. There aren’t … Read more

OpenSea turns into NFT ghost-town after volume plunges 99% in 90 days

OpenSea, the world’s largest nonfungible token (NFT) marketplace, has witnessed a substantial drop in daily volumes as fears about a potential market bubble grow. OpenSea volume plummets to yearly lows Notably, the marketplace processed nearly $5 million worth of NFT transactions on Aug. 28 — approximately 99% lower than its record high of $405.75 million … Read more

ADDX Introduces Cash Management Tool ADDX Earn

ADDX has introduced a cash management tool for investors, which consists of a solution that aims to withstand short-term volatility while preserving capital. The new ADDX Earn will provide one more option to investors with excess funds in their wallets to make interest, instead of their funds sitting idle, according to the statement. Per the … Read more

How to win on the best BTC roulette sites

Even though the best BTC roulette sites are known to offer the best gaming experiences, you wouldn’t enjoy them when losing. That’s why everyone visits the best BTC roulette sites with strategies for winning their stakes.  Since cryptocurrency platforms differ from regular online casinos, what strategies work on cryptocurrency sites? Or does the volatile factor … Read more

Singapore Considers Enhancing Crypto Consumer Protection via Suitability Tests & Leverage Cuts

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is weighing the option of propelling ways of protecting consumers trading cryptocurrencies through new measures like suitability tests. Speaking at an event on Monday, Ravi Menon, the managing director at the MAS, hinted: “The MAS’ new rules may include customer suitability tests and cutting the use of leverage … Read more