Currency.com, one of the cutting edge trading platforms bringing crypto to the masses, suffered a massive cyberattack attempt after announcing that it would halt all operations in Russia last week due to the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
According to the most recent data from Glassnode, the blockchain data and intelligence provider that generates innovative on-chain metrics and tools for digital asset stakeholders, large amounts of Bitcoin have been on the move yet again making March the fourth month in a row with exchanges losing 100,000 BTC.
Singapore has added their voice to the global chorus denouncing Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine, announcing sweeping economic sanctions that will hit several sectors of Russia’s economy including cryptocurrencies.
As noted by the widely popular crypto analyst Lark Davis, crypto exchange Binance has started to allow users to make direct withdrawals to Layer Two Ethereum Networks. Binance first announced plans to integrate the Arbitrum One Network and simultaneously open deposits for ETH on Arbitrum One Layer 2 back in November of 2021. After the most recent developments, users now have the ability to make withdrawals as well as deposit ETH to their Binance accounts using the Arbitrum One Layer 2 solution.
Polygon (MATIC) announced on its official site that following a community vote goEthereum’s flagship project, Uniswap, now has its V3 contracts live on the layer-two scaling solution with benefits including lower gas fees, faster transactions, and increased users among several others. Support for Polygon has also been integrated with the AMM’s (automated market maker) official interface.
Starting Monday, November 29th 2021 thru Tuesday November 30th 2021, Voyager will offer new customers an additional $15 in Bitcoin on top of their regular $25 Bitcoin sign-up reward, giving $40 total in Bitcoin just for joining the popular and high-reward crypto exchange. This makes their sign-up incentive one of the largest in the industry, and does not even take the 12% interest that customers earn on their crypto into account.
Whether you’re new to crypto this year or a bonafide veteran, you’re probably welcoming a bit of extra crypto as part of your Hanukkah gelt (money) stack this holiday season. With big gains in 2021 across to board, and massive growth in crypto tech via the likes of the Metaverse, NFTs and DeFi, there are many interesting areas in this exciting new space to invest in. With 2021 coming to a record close, and 2022 positioned as another record year for the cryptocurrency industry, we explore the top eight ways to get some free or low-cost crypto this season.
A new partnership between Crypto.com Exchange, one of the fastest growing and most secure crypto trading platforms, and Silvergate, a Federal Reserve member bank and a leading provider of innovative financial infrastructure solutions and services for the growing digital currency industry, was just announced to introduce USD deposits and withdrawals for Crypto.com institutional clients.
Squid Game was a cultural and social phenomenon that swept across the world causing masses to binge the Netflix offering and inspiring a Squid Game Token that ended as poorly as Red Light, Green Light. As more details come to light regarding the Token associated with the killer game show, it’s a promising development to see Binance step up to the plate and take action against those responsible for the deception.
With Bitcoin and Altcoin prices back on the rise, FOMO is real, as newcomers are trying to navigate the world of crypto, and seeking ways to dip their toes in. What many don’t realize is just how quick an easy it is to get started investing in cryptocurrency with limited to no budget at all. Within a few minutes time, and following a few steps below, you can also get your hands on some free Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies.