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Cash App quarterly Bitcoin sales over $2B
Analyst claims crypto has lost its shine. Cash App reports big quarterly Bitcoin sales. El Salvador President removes tax on tech. Coinbase says they remain committed to US Market. Gas Fees on Ethereum are at a yearly high. Coinbase held its earnings call yesterday. Montana Govenor signs friendly mining bill into law.
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According to a dinosaur at Northern Trust, crypto has ‘lost its shine’
Cash App quarterly Bitcoins sales approaching $2.2B, up over 25% from a year ago. This is bullish, right?
El Salvador President removes taxation on tech innovations
Coinbase CEO says they remain 100% committed to the US Market after comments of potentially moving overseas if regulation in the US doesn’t improve or if they don’t get clear guidance
Bitcoin saw a price drop yesterday after several more banks appeared to be close to failure
Montana governor signs pro-crypto mining bill into law
Coinbase earnings were yesterday, they posted a $79M net loss, but numbers were better than expectations
In the midst of banks failing, a study shows Americans haven’t been this worried about their money in banks since the 2008 financial crisis
Gas fees are the highest they’ve been in a year. Many say its because of the memecoin mania going on right now