Week in review: September 24, 2021 — China cracking down on crypto
In this week’s newsletter:
✅ China is cracking down on crypto-related business and stating it as illegal.
✅ Fidelity Survey: 52% of institutional investors hold cryptocurrency
✅ Snoop Dogg is hosting a private Ethereum metaverse party.
Read our weekly round up below. 📧
BNN Bloomberg: September 24, 2021
China’s central bank said all cryptocurrency-related transactions are illegal, according to a Q&A statement on PBOC’s website. It’s an urgent task for China to root out crypto mining and the crackdown is important to meet carbon goals.
Bitcoin Magazine: September 17, 2021
Fidelity Digital Assets published the 2021 Institutional Investor Digital Assets Study that tracked institutional investor’s behavior in the face of the delicate situation traditional markets endured for the past year.
Business Insider: September 23, 2021
Crypto investors have grown more optimistic about the price outlook for bitcoin and other digital assets in the last quarter, even in the face of more regulatory scrutiny, a new survey from Voyager Digital shows.
Decrypt: September 23, 2021
Earlier this week, rapper and entertainer Snoop Dogg dropped a bombshell, revealing that he’s the man behind Cozomo de’ Medici, a crypto Twitter personality and serious NFT collector with an Ethereum wallet filled with collectibles valued above $17 million.
Tipranks: September 22, 2021
BTC prices are rebounding modestly after hitting six-week lows below $40,000. Meanwhile, El Salvador capitalized on the dip once again, adding another 150 BTC to the nation’s wallet.
Market Watch: September 22, 2021
El Salvador President Nayib Bukele announced his country purchased $6.4 million worth of bitcoin after prices of the cryptocurrency fell in September.
How Decentralized Finance Works, and Why It’s Taking On Wall Street
CNBC: September 17, 2021
Decentralized finance is an emerging ecosystem of financial applications and protocols built on blockchain technology with programmable capabilities, such as ethereum and solana.
ALT 5 Sigma: September 15, 2021
ALT 5 Sigma Inc., a global fintech that provides next generation blockchain technologies for digital asset and trading platforms, announced today the appointment of Todd Ruppert and Don Codling to the firm’s advisory board.
ALT 5 Sigma Forms Agreement with Leading Wealth Manager in Latin America Expansion
Read the full press release here.