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Bitcoin's Lower Volatility and Dogecoin's Big Rally
I hope you had a great weekend. Time for some crypto news…
Bitcoin’s lower volatility may be a sign that the market has bottomed out. What does it mean that BTC has correlated with the stock market? There could be any number of reasons bitcoin volatility has lessened. Nearing the bottom of the market is one of them. We’ve also seen recently that more people are holding BTC in their wallets, a clear sign of optimism. El Salvador partners with Lugano, Switzerland on bitcoin adoption. This is a small wave in a great big sea, but if other governments enter into similar agreements, that sea could expand.
Blockchain Association wants to be Ripple’s friend, but they have to go through the court first. There are a lot of friends of the court in the SEC v. Ripple case. Can Ripple have too many friends to lose?
Zuck the Fourteenth and the incredible saga of the metaverse. Two obscure technology insiders debate Meta, the metaverse, and everything. These 8 tech giants have big plans for the metaverse. VentureBeat laments the demise of bowling alleys with thoughts on the emerging multiverse. In other words, screw the metaverse! The multiverse is where true love awaits. And what is the multiverse? It’s a universe of metaverses, a network of intertwined social community galaxies that make the bowling lanes of yesteryear appear like a fifth grader’s overrated birthday party.
Two things amaze me about lists of cryptosocial media platforms. For one thing, they almost always include only five. Secondly, and the first thing that amazes me, they almost always include Steemit and only occasionally list Hive when Hive users themselves—most of whom have also used Steemit—almost always say Hive is better. The second thing that amazes me about these lists is they usually include at least one platform I haven’t heard of yet.This article, for instance, includes Akasha and Espers, neither of which look interesting to me. Appears to be nothing more than linkbait.
A bitcoin drone flew over Lugano. At least it didn’t fly over the cuckoo’s nest.
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