📢 SEC agrees to redact two documents in Ripple Lawsuit as XRP prices surge!
XRP prices soar after Ripple and the SEC agree to partially redact some of Ripple’s email exchanges — but not the CEO's financial information
XRP prices breached US$0.6 for the second time this year after Ripple won its bid to keep its private email correspondence out of the public eye in its ongoing lawsuit with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The lawsuit, filed against Ripple in December, alleges that Ripple raised $1.3 billion by selling XRP in ongoing unregistered securities offerings. Ripple, a payments…
📢 NFTs are not just for art: As technology matures, more uses will emerge?
Some believe the hype around million-dollar NFT art and digital collectibles is warranted, with new use cases sure to emerge.
Before the age of smartphones allowed the average person on the street to snap a selfie with their favorite celebrity, autographs and signed memorabilia were highly sought after by collectors. Naturally, the value of these real-world, authentic and rare keepsakes are high and remain so today.
However, thanks to the utility of blockchain technology, digital collectibles are becoming the modern-day autograph or the one-of-a-kind, priceless piece…
Elon Musk’s latest canine-themed tweet didn’t pump Dogecoin as much as Shiba Inu (SHIB)!
The price of the Shiba Inu (SHIB) token rose 300% in the hours following Musk’s tweet.
In a Saturday tweet, the Tesla CEO said he would be getting a Shiba Inu (SHIB) dog for his household. The dog — whose breed is native to Japan — was at the center of the popular meme. The doge meme features a Shiba Inu (SHIB) looking into the camera with a seemingly confused expression as floating text represents its inner monologue.
The Tesla CEO have referring to Shiba Inu…
📢 Crypto Billionaires in 2021!
Twelve crypto billionaires have made the Forbes list for 2021, with Sam Bankman-Fried the leader in crypto with a net worth of $8.7 billion.
Forbes released their annual billionaires list on April 6, with Amazon overlord Jeff Bezos and his $177 billion topping the list for a fourth consecutive year.
The “digital gold rush” has seen nine new crypto billionaires join the Forbes list, pushing the total up to 12 (depending on whether you count the Winklevoss twins as one or two entries.) That's up from just four in last year's Forbes World’s Billionaires list.