Ethereum and Chainlink Surge

Market Meditations | February 12, 2021

? So many coins to trade, so little time.

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  • Jack Dorsey and Jay-Z to Set Up 500 BTC Bitcoin Trust ?
    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has announced the creation of a blind Bitcoin (BTC) development trust worth 500 BTC ($23.7 million), along with rapper Jay-Z, for teams working on the project in India and Africa. Dorsey revealed the creation of the trust on Feb. 12 while sending out a call for three board members to oversee the blind trust initially. Dubbed the ₿Trust, the application form for board members reveals the mission statement, “Make Bitcoin the internet’s currency.Read more.

  • Swarm Raises $6 million in a Private Token Sale ?
    Swarm Association, the team behind the development of an Ethereum-based decentralized storage network, has raised $6 million in a private token sale. With fresh capital at hand, Swarm looks to launch its mainnet in Q2 of this year that has been under development for the last four years. Swarm’s network is expected to serve as the serverless internet’s operating system that hosts and runs decentralized applications. Near the mainnet release, Swarm also plans to hold a public token sale, details of which will be shared when it is confirmed, said the association. Read more.

  • JPMorgan May Offer Bitcoin Trading ?
    JPMorgan co-president and COO Daniel Pinto has said that the banking giant will support bitcoin trading if there is client demand for it.”If over time an asset class develops that is going to be used by different asset managers and investors, we will have to be involved,” Pinto told CNBC in an interview published Friday. “The demand isn’t there yet, but I’m sure it will be at some point.” Read more.

  • DeFi Aggregator 1inch Stages New ‘Vampire Airdrop’ to Uniswap Users ?
    The protocol, a platform that aggregates decentralized exchanges and provides its own automated market maker, is airdropping a new stash of its 1INCH tokens. The airdrop follows the initial generation of the new tokens on Christmas, which were distributed to past users of the aggregator. A common point of contention for the initial airdrop was the exclusion of Mooniswap users and liquidity providers, as the project’s AMM platform was superseded by an integrated 1inch Liquidity Protocol. Read more.

  • Crypto Payments Provider BitPay Adds Apple Pay Support ✅
    BitPay’s U.S. cardholders can now add their prepaid Mastercard to their Apple Pay wallets. Apple Pay functionality will allow cardholders to use their mobile devices to make purchases in store and online using the crypto held in their BitPay wallet. BitPay supports payment in bitcoin, bitcoin cash, ethereum and four USD-pegged stablecoins. The announcement by BitPay states that support for Google Pay and Samsung Pay will be added later this quarter. Read more

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