Stablecoin inflows to exchanges dip as traders watch Bitcoin from the sidelines

The growth of stablecoin’s market cap and circulating supply has been one of the best indicators for attaining a general pulse on how participants in the market are feeling during bullish and bearish times.

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Texas crypto users will soon be able to buy and sell tokens at major supermarket chain

Shoppers wanting to cash out their crypto holdings to buy groceries may soon be able to do so at many H-E-B supermarkets in Texas. 
According to a Friday report from the Houston Chronicle, crypto ATM firm Coin Cloud is preparing to install machines into 29 H-E-B locations in the Houston area.

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DAOs in court? Curve Finance ponders enforcing license over rival Saddle

Square peg, meet round hole: a decentralized autonomous organization is pondering taking a rival fork to court. 
Earlier today, a member of the Curve Finance community made a post in Curve’s governance forum titled “Enforce Curve’s IP Rights.

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‘Bitcoin is not an asset that is designed to be leveraged’ says Caitlin Long

All eyes are on Bitcoin (BTC), as the largest cryptocurrency shot up past $40,000 on June 14. Unsurprisingly, the price increase happened shortly after Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the electric-car company would potentially accept BTC payments once more miners confirm green energy initiatives.

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BoE Governor Believes CBDCs Will Usher in ‘New Era’ of Banking – BeInCrypto

Speaking at the launch of the Bank for International Settlements’ London location, Andrew Bailey expressed his optimism concerning central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

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Cardano Researching ‘Stablefees’ for Cheaper Crypto Transactions – BeInCrypto

The Cardano (ADA) team has begun to research the viability of “Stablefees,” which would establish a base price for crypto transactions.
In a blog post today from IOHK, the firm behind Cardano, stated that future Stablefees would provide transaction pricing that is both fair and predictable.

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Stablecoins not that radical, says Bank of England official

There has been much commotion about stablecoins amongst central bankers, regulators and lawmakers in recent years, most notably in the furor surrounding Facebook’s repeated attempts to launch variously designed stablecoins that would be native to its multiple social media platforms.

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