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Is Oracle Founder Larry Ellison Planning to buy Bitcoin next?

Larry Ellison, the renowned American investor, and co-founder of Oracle could follow in the footsteps of Elon Musk and add Bitcoin to his company’s balance sheet just like Tesla. Max Keiser, the bitcoin proponent revealed the news citing his sources. SOURCE: Next big corporate #BTC buyer is Larry Ellison, Oracle — Max Keiser (@maxkeiser) February

Larry Ellison, the renowned American investor, and co-founder of Oracle could follow in the footsteps of Elon Musk and add Bitcoin to his company’s balance sheet just like Tesla. Max Keiser, the bitcoin proponent revealed the news citing his sources. SOURCE: Next big corporate #BTC buyer is Larry Ellison, Oracle — Max Keiser (@maxkeiser) February

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Chainlink Vs Coinbase: Is Chainlink Censoring Mentions of “Coinbase Oracle” In Telegram Groups?

The decision by Coinbase to launch a price oracle has been lauded by some as an astute, bold, and wise move. Their secure and timestamped BTC/USD and ETH/USD feeds secured by their systems will be freely available and some now interpret this as a direct competition with Chainlink. Rumors now emerge that Chainlink admin at

The decision by Coinbase to launch a price oracle has been lauded by some as an astute, bold, and wise move. Their secure and timestamped BTC/USD and ETH/USD feeds secured by their systems will be freely available and some now interpret this as a direct competition with Chainlink. Rumors now emerge that Chainlink admin at

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Blockchain News

Volvo Cars Use Blockchain to Aid Electric Vehicle (EV) Production

Volvo Cars, based out of China, needs a regular supply of cobalt because of its use in EV batteries. However, the Cobalt was primarily obtained from Congo, which presented a massive social problem for EV users. Statistically, about two-thirds of the world’s Cobalt supply was from Congo. Reportedly, due to the apparent increase in demand

Volvo Cars, based out of China, needs a regular supply of cobalt because of its use in EV batteries. However, the Cobalt was primarily obtained from Congo, which presented a massive social problem for EV users. Statistically, about two-thirds of the world’s Cobalt supply was from Congo. Reportedly, due to the apparent increase in demand