Football-focused NFT platform plans to kick off in style, with some big names
Football: It’s a sport filled with magic, memorable moments, and passionate fans who devote their lives to supporting their team. And now, a long-term project is giving supporters a whole new way of collecting memorabilia.
MicroStrategy may sell $1 billion in stock to buy even more Bitcoin
Business analytics firm MicroStrategy has filed to sell $1 billion worth of its stock for ‘general purposes,’ which may include buying more Bitcoin, a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) showed.
Tanzania’s president is now calling for Bitcoin and crypto adoption
In what appears to be the latest move by a sovereign country to embrace cryptocurrency, Tanzania’s President Samia Sulhulu has asked the country’s Central Bank to start exploring the crypto sector.
The announcement by the President, which was made on June 14, appears to be the latest in a recent series of moves by various countries.
Shares in group linked to China’s Three Gorges Dam surge on debut
China Three Gorges Renewables Group’s stock surged by 44 per cent on its debut after the company raised $3.6bn in China’s largest initial public offering of 2021.
Shares in the renewable energy arm of China Three Gorges Corp, the state-owned company that lends its name to the hydropower dam on the Yangtze river, shot up the maximum daily amount permitted by the Shanghai stock exchange on Thursday.
More US finance giants tiptoe into crypto assets
Investing in bitcoin and other digital currencies remains a risky game where the rules could change significantly, but the payoff could be big.
In response to this dilemma, several leading US financial heavyweights are staying on the sidelines, while an increasing number are proceeding cautiously into the growing world of crypto assets.