Late Thursday, February 11, Bitcoin (BTC) hit a new all-time high moving past $48,600 levels. The BTC price rally comes as big American corporates like BNY Mellon and Uber warm up to the world’s largest cryptocurrency. At press time, Bitcoin (BTC) is trading 5.22% up at $47,318 with a market cap of $878 billion. On-chain
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang has called for clear regulations around cryptocurrencies. Since launching his campaign, Yang has been clear that he supports cryptocurrencies and the underlying technology which he believes the US should be investing in. In fact, he suggested in 2019 that citizens could be paid in crypto under his Universal Basic income plan.
Leading NBA player, Spencer Dinwiddie recently revealed that he wished to tokenize part of his contract on the Ethereum blockchain. He intended to raise $13.5 million from his three-year, $35 million contracts. However, his initiative was not received well by the NBA. Interestingly Crypto personalities stand in his support and consider it to be a
Following Andrew Yang’s presidential ambitions in which he announced to plans to give out $1,000 Universal Basic Income (UBI) to ten people every month, popular crypto wizkid and Tron boss, Justin Sun, has promised to give the same amount every month to 100 people in 2020. $1k For 100 Families The news comes when Justin Sun
Andrew Yang, the 44 years old Tech Entrepreneur running for the Presidential election in 2020, has made another progress. Among the fight between Democrats, Andrew Yang has become the ninth candidate to qualify for the next round. The Tech Entrepreneur, attorney, and philanthropist is very popular among the crypto-community. He has often been known to
US Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang has been a staunch supporter of Cryptocurrency. He believes that not only Blockchain but the entire space has a lot to offer. He includes blockchain and cryptocurrency in his manifesto as well, talking about the potential and the need for more precise regulation in the space. Recently, Yang met Litecoin
Andrew Yang, the 44 years old US Presidential candidate running as a Democrat has called for clear guidelines and regulation for cryptocurrencies. In the Presidential elections of 2020, Andrew is the only entrepreneur running alongside business tycoon and current President, Donald Trump in the race. In his manifesto, Yang laid out the background of the