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Wen? Now! BadgerDAO’s synthetic rebasing Bitcoin, DIGG, goes live

After weeks of anticipation and a closely-watched series of preparatory steps, BadgerDAO’s synthetic rebasing Bitcoin, DIGG, is now live and claimable for qualified addresses on Ethereum mainnet. The release will be eagerly welcomed by a perhaps-overzealous community, one which has been lighting up Twitter with “wen DIGG” for weeks. For all

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Bitcoin Tests a Critical Resistance Following Overnight Rebound; What’s Next?

Bitcoin has seen some massive momentum throughout the morning that has allowed it to erase a good portion of the losses that came about due to yesterday’s plunge This selloff marked capitulation amongst investors, with many clearly fearing that the multi-month uptrend that led BTC to highs of $42,000 was over

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Finlaw Associates to Submit Draft Cryptocurrency Regulation to Indian Govt as Community Demands for Clarity, Mr. Mishra Explains

A prominent Indian law firm Finlaw Associates along with Estonian Crypto Association recently announced its intention to submit a representation to the Indian government regarding cryptocurrency regulations in the country. The representation will be submitted to the Government of India’s Finance and Law Ministries by the last week of February

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Russian opposition leader Navalny immortalized in NFT artwork

Russian political opposition leader Alexey Navalny is the latest subject to be tackled by the burgeoning non-fungible token art world. An animation inspired by the recently-arrested Kremlin critic was minted into an NFT and released on the SuperRare platform on Jan. 21.The 1/1 artwork, simply called “Navalny,” is the first

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Brazil’s top exchange announces international expansion after raising $38M

Brazil’s largest Bitcoin exchange, Mercado Bitcoin, has announced plans to expand across Latin America.Chief executive Reinaldo Rabelo named Chile, Mexico, and Argentina as among the jurisdictions it will expand into first, comparing the “regulatory culture” in those countries to Brazil’s.According to Useful Tulips, Mexico is currently the fourth-largest Latin American

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