Cryptocurrencies are attracting a lot of attention from academic institutions as they become increasingly accepted as an alternative to conventional assets. The University of Cincinnati (UC) in Ohio, United States, has even established courses around cryptocurrency as part of its curriculum.Read more
Natalie Brunell, the host of Coin Stories podcast, thinks that the recent incidents involving Terra (LUNA, now rebranded LUNC) and Celsius and the following market sell-off will lead to regulatory action that will likely favor Bitcoin (BTC) over the rest of cryptocurrency.Read more
One of the largest public universities in the United States by enrollment may be planning to launch virtual classes in the metaverse in the future.Read more
In May 2021, a Nashville couple known as the Jarretts filed a lawsuit against the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) over taxes they had paid on unclaimed and unsold Tezos (XTZ) staking rewards.Read more
The government of El Salvador is embarking on its next Bitcoin-related project which involves building schools using profits the nation has made on the asset.Read more
ThorGuards is an upcoming project of 9,999 NFT avatars on the Ethereum blockchain.
The ThorGuards NFTs will provide several perks and benefits when using apps in the THORChain ecosystem.
The project is set to mint on Nov. 9.
While MEV is typically associated with Ethereum, Proof-of-Stake networks are also affected.
In addition to giving users worse rates on trades, MEV also hurts decentralization on Proof-of-Stake networks.
Eden Network aims to combat MEV by redistributing profits through the EDEN token.
Crypto adoption scores another win with the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania, but there’s a catch.
The Wharton School, one of the premier business schools in the United States, will accept Bitcoin (BTC) and other forms of cryptocurrencies for tuition fees, Bloomberg reports.
Investors who carefully study Bitcoin (BTC) are eventually convinced to own a stake in the cryptocurrency, according to SkyBridge Capital CEO and founder Anthony Scaramucci.Read more
Cryptocurrencies are volatile, which presents risks when investing.
Employing hedging strategies can minimize the risk of investing in crypto.
Earning yield, allocating to larger projects, and storing assets safely can reduce the risks associated with crypto investing.