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Bitcoin Shakes Off the Bears and Aims for $20,000 By End Of Year

Bitcoin remains rangebound, hovering around its yearly lows, with some short timeframe bullish momentum. The cryptocurrency suffered amid the FTX’s collapse and the subsequent contagion, but market participants seem more optimistic about potential profits.  As of this writing, Bitcoin has retraced back to yesterday’s highs. The BTC’s price is trading at

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Gamefi Project Oasys Aims to Grow Blockchain Gaming in Japan Through YGG Partnership – Blockchain Bitcoin News

Oasys, a gaming-oriented, Japan-based Web3 project, is partnering with YGG, a blockchain gaming guild, to grow blockchain gaming in Japan. The partnership encompasses the use of YGG resources to promote gaming projects built on top of the Oasys ecosystem, giving developers from all over the world an opportunity to get

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Where Are Web3 Users Coming From? Startup Spindl Aims to Help Companies Find Out

If a fully decentralized, completely on-chain, crypto-native entity governed by a decentralize autonomous organization is the solution, then Spindl ain’t it – at least not yet. While García Martínez said he’s “absolutely for decentralization and composability and trustlessness,” convincing crypto companies that Spindl’s data is worth it comes first. Source

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India aims to develop crypto SOPs during G20 presidency, says finance minister

The finance minister of India, Nirmala Sitharaman, revealed India’s plan to develop standard operating procedures (SOPs) for cryptocurrencies during its G20 presidency, from Dec. 1, 2022, to Nov. 30, 2023.Sitharaman has previously called for global collaboration to decide on crypto's future and has been cautious against mainstream crypto adoption citing

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Grayscale’s New Venture Aims to Capture Bear Market Opportunities in Bitcoin Mining

The crypto winter has clearly been rough for the miners, who have seen profit margins shrink as bitcoin prices plunged more than 50% this year, while power prices soared and capital dried up. This has directly hurt prices for infrastructures required for bitcoin mining, including the highly specialized computers, which

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