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Reply #105: Sep 07, 2021 12:51 AM

 Solana CEO is confident that there are no bubbles in the cryptocurrency market today

Solana CEO Anatoly Yakovenko believes that currently there are no bubbles in the crypto market. It is noteworthy that the growth rate of the SOL rate is significantly higher than that of most digital currencies. Over the past month, Solana's price has tripled. Some crypto enthusiasts believe in the further growth of this token. “Now is a completely different time and it is not worth comparing the current situation with a bubble. In 2017, the bubble quickly inflated and quickly burst, but since then three years have passed and all this time people have been working, creating various solutions and projects. Now is the time when we have created the infrastructure so that new engineers and developers quickly “merge” into the ecosystem,” Yakovenko believes.

 US Senator: cryptocurrencies are the new shadow banks

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to criticize the crypto industry and urges regulators to take control of projects related to digital assets. This is stated in a series of public letters between Senator, SEC head Gary Gensler and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. Warren previously called on Yellen for a "coordinated and consistent regulatory strategy to mitigate the growing risks that cryptocurrencies pose to the financial system." In her address, the senator pointed out that "some" digital currencies are very volatile, and the unpredictability of their rate movements can provoke financial instability. Warren is actively promoting the initiative to "ban the holding of cash deposits that provide stablecoins in the United States." She is confident that this could slow down the market boom and reduce interest in such assets. “Crypto is the new shadow bank. It provides many of the same services, but without the consumer protections or financial stability that back up the traditional system. It’s like spinning straw into gold,” Warren said.

 Retail network Grupo Elektra will start accepting cryptocurrencies

Mexican entrepreneur and owner of Grupo Elektra retailer Ricardo Salinas Pliego made a statement that the retailer intends to add support for the Lightning Network to accept payments in BTC. According to the businessman, this will happen very soon. It is likely that in the future, other companies of the holding will add support for the first crypto coin. Pliego has previously made statements in support of bitcoin. Last autumn, he announced that he had invested 10% of his own "liquid investment portfolio" in BTC.

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Reply #106: Sep 09, 2021 04:45 AM

 Coinbase has a conflict with the SEC

The SEC has warned Coinbase about its readiness to take the project to court. The Securities and Exchange Commission considers it illegal for the crypto platform to launch the Lend service, which allows users to accrue interest on the digital assets of exchange clients, similar to securities. At the end of June this year, Coinbase announced the launch of a service for cryptocurrency owners who would like to make a profit in USDC. Lend service offers a rate of 4% per annum, which is 8 times the average rate for high yield savings accounts in the country. “They [the SEC] refuse to tell us why they think it's [the service] a security, and instead subpoena a bunch of records from us (we comply), demand testimony from our employees (we comply), and then tell us they will be suing us if we proceed to launch, with zero explanation as to why,” “They [the SEC] refuse to explain to us why they think that it [the service] is a security, and instead asked for documents (we provided), summoned our employees for questioning (we agreed), and then said that they would file court, if we continue to launch without explaining the reasons, " said Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong. The new service of the crypto platform is a loan that the client provides to the exchange in the form of USDC. Coinbase believes the new product has similarities to bank savings accounts.

 Ukrainian authorities legalize cryptocurrency

Today, on September 8, deputies of the Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada in the second reading approved the draft law "On virtual assets" aimed at regulating the digital assets industry. Now the owners of cryptocurrencies will be able to legally perform transactions with them, and international projects - to register a blockchain business on the territory of Ukraine. The law reflects the concept and legal status of a digital asset, as well as secures ownership and transaction rights. International crypto-exchanges, where virtual assets are traded, have the opportunity to work on the territory of Ukraine. “Cryptocurrency holders will receive a number of benefits. Due to the fact that legislative regulation of this area will appear, they, at least, will be able to protect their condition in virtual assets if something happens. They will also be able to legally exchange crypto assets, declare them. This process will be completely "white". In addition, we expect that there will be a whole market of intermediary services for paying for goods with cryptoassets, storing them, exchanging them. This will expand the possibilities of their use,” said Alexander Bornyakov, Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation for IT Development.

 Hong Kong is considering tightening controls on the digital asset market

Hong Kong authorities are exploring the possibility of tightening control over the digital asset market. The new regulations should help close the loopholes for illegal cryptocurrency transactions that remained in the 2019 law. The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) plans to take over the regulation of crypto assets and issue licenses to projects from this industry. According to the rules of 2019, in order to avoid the attention of the regulator, companies had to choose tokens for work that do not formally fall under the definition of "security" and "futures". Julia Lyng, deputy executive director of the structure, pointed to "significant losses for investors." In her opinion, "Hong Kong should put an end to unlicensed cryptocurrency trading and engage in financial literacy of investors."

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Reply #107: Sep 14, 2021 12:04 AM

 Most South Korean crypto exchanges will cease operations

Most cryptocurrency platforms in South Korea will stop operating. We are talking about 40 out of about 60 exchanges. The reason behind it is non-compliance with FSC rules. The new requirements include compliance with the KYC mechanism together with partners, which are credit institutions. Banks do not seek to develop cooperation with trading platforms, which may attract additional attention of regulators. Crypto exchanges must be registered by September 24, but by September 17, companies are required to notify users of the likely closure if they fail to go through this procedure. Media reports that only 20 companies have complied with the regulations.

 The damage to payment companies due to the introduction of Chivo into the financial system of El Salvador was estimated at $1 billion

The probable damage to payment companies due to the introduction of the Chivo BTC wallet into the financial system of El Salvador could amount to $1 billion. This opinion was expressed by the former top manager of the Liquid crypto exchange Mario Gomez Losada. According to IHS Markit, about 70% of Salvadorans receive bank transfers from abroad. About 60% of such transactions are carried out by payment systems. 38% are processed by credit companies. Payment service fees are sometimes quite high for international transactions. For example, a $100 transfer via Western Union from a US account to El Salvador reaches $5. “Remittances are an area where the status quo in our traditional financial system is terrible, with extraordinarily high fees levelled at populations that can ill afford them. It’s a worn-out Twitter saying, but bitcoin really does fix this,” said Matt Hougan, chief investment officer of Bitwise Asset Management.

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Reply #108: Sep 16, 2021 04:20 AM

 Warren again insists on the need to regulate the crypto market

The collapse of the crypto market and disruptions on the BTC exchanges indicate the need for regulation of this area by the SEC. This opinion was voiced by US Senator Elizabeth Warren. “In a matter of hours, the $400 billion in market value simply evaporated,” the senator said. The politician cited the example of a notional retail investor who lost his money when the market went down. According to her version, he could invest right before the collapse and then take his investments. However, crypto platforms like Coinbase were not available.

 Crypto project raised $22.8 million

The dTrade crypto derivatives platform based on Polkadot raised $22.8 million. The participants in the transaction were Polychain and Alameda together with Hypersphere, DeFiance, CMS, Divergence, MGNR, Altonomy. The received financing is intended for lending to market makers (MM), who will provide liquidity to the exchange order books. Representatives of the project claim that they have already secured the support of "the largest MM in the crypto industry." “Market makers are market participants who place orders to buy and sell certain traded assets. MM provide efficient markets by allowing traders to smoothly open and close positions at near fair prices,” the statement said.

 Cardano can rise in price several times due to a successful hard fork

The cost of Cardano can grow 3-5 times, says Nikita Soshnikov, CEO of Alfacash. He believes that more and more DeFi projects will appear on the network. This will have a positive effect on the liquidity flow. “It is difficult even to predict the timing of when such a leap is possible because it is not clear which projects will start working on the Cardano blockchain and how much they will be in demand by users,” the expert noted. He also suggested that Cardano has the potential to rise in price to $6. That is, the crypto coin can grow by 150% from the current levels.

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Reply #109: Sep 21, 2021 12:20 AM

 Hackers attacked pNetwork project and stole $12.5 million worth of cryptocurrency

Unknown persons hacked pNetwork cross-chain platform. The team of the crypto project wrote about the loss of 277 bitcoins, which equals about $12.5 million. «We're sorry to inform the community that an attacker was able to leverage a bug in our codebase and attack pBTC on BSC, stealing 277 BTC (most of its collateral). The other bridges were not affected. All other funds in the pNetwork are safe,” wrote the pNetwork team. The project team also announced that vulnerabilities in the platform code have already been identified and work is underway to eliminate them. "The bridges will be restarted after they are secured," probably within hours, the company said. The pNetwork team published a message for hackers asking them to return the stolen assets for a reward of $1.5 million. However, it seems that the platform was hacked by "black" hackers who do not intend to return the stolen cryptocurrency.

 Erdoğan declared war on digital currencies

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan believes the country is at war with digital currencies. At the same time, Turkey supports blockchain technology and intends to become the center of its development, but the enthusiasm of local authorities does not extend to crypto assets. “We have a separate war, a separate fight against them. We would never lend support to [cryptocurrencies]. Because we will move forward with our own currency that has its own identity.” the Turkish President said. In April of this year, the Central Bank of Turkey introduced an official ban on cryptocurrency payments. This means that local businesses have lost the ability to conduct transactions involving digital assets. Among the reasons for such a radical decision were high volatility and the threat of crime.

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Reply #110: Sep 23, 2021 01:38 AM

 Banks from the USA and Europe oppose the restrictions on working on the crypto market

The largest American and European banks, including JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank, are confident that the latest regulatory requirements limit the work of financial institutions on the crypto market. Earlier, it was decided that financial institutions that have digital assets must ensure their full backup. The initiative came from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision of the Bank for International Settlements. The committee believes that when banks invest in crypto assets, it is necessary to adhere to a "conservative approach", since digital currencies pose a possible threat to the financial stability of a credit institution. “We find the proposals in the consultation to be so overly conservative and simplistic that they, in effect, would preclude bank involvement in crypto asset markets,” the Global Financial Markets Association said in a letter to the Basel Committee. Banks believe that the new requirements are an attempt by regulators to stop or deprive financial institutions of any incentives to develop in new markets.

 Mike Novogratz prefers to remain calm amid falling major crypto coins

Galaxy Digital founder Mike Novogratz said that he was "not nervous" about the short-term prospects of the digital asset market, until BTC fell below $ 40'000, and ETH - $ 2'800. “As long as those [levels] hold, I think the market is in good shape,” he said. The entrepreneur considers the fall of bitcoin on Monday, September 20, below the level of $43'000, a "healthy correction", which is caused by the market's concern about the decisions of American regulators and data on the probable default of the largest developer in China, Evergrande. Novogratz is confident that the fall in the rate of cryptocurrencies did not have a significant impact on institutional investors. “I see nothing but the interest and activity on the part of our clients and corporate investors,” added Novogratz.

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Reply #111: Sep 28, 2021 01:12 AM

ETH futures are more popular than BTC with institutional investors

JPMorgan said that Ethereum futures are trading at a premium due to the flow of institutional funds from similar assets based on the main cryptocurrency. BTC futures after the September correction are trading below the spot price of the crypto coin. Analysts say the whale's attention to ethereum futures speaks to "healthy demand for ethereum compared to bitcoin from institutional investors." These are large organizations such as corporations or hedge funds. "This is a setback for Bitcoin and a reflection of weak demand by institutional investors that tend to use regulated CME futures contracts to gain exposure to Bitcoin,” JPMorgan analysts commented on the "strong demand divergence".

 Opinion: it is not profitable for regulators to “crush to death” the main crypto coin

The founder of Melanion Capital, Jad Comair, believes that it is simply not profitable for regulators to "crush to death" bitcoin. Thus, the entrepreneur expressed disagreement with the point of view of the head of Bridgewater Associates, Ray Dalio, who recently announced a potential threat to the first cryptocurrency. “I think overall that is a very extreme scenario and I do not see a developed country like the US or even all the G7 countries take such a harsh and strong step,” the CIO of Melanion Capital said. Comair said most governments want to regulate the digital asset industry in order to protect the interests of investors. And after the emergence of "adequate and correct regulation, we will see the full power of cryptocurrencies," says the crypto enthusiast.

Twitter launches bitcoin transfers

On Twitter, you can now make transfers in BTC. The functionality, for now, is available to owners of devices based on IOS. However, the company promises to provide a similar opportunity for Android users in the near future. The innovation will allow users of the social network to send donations in cryptocurrency to their favorite bloggers. They plan to carry out operations with bitcoins through the Lightning Network, with the help of which BTC payments will be faster and cheaper. In order to take advantage of the new functionality, you will need to connect a third-party service to your Twitter profile, for example, Venmo from PayPal, Patreon or CashApp. At the same time, the company does not plan to introduce additional fees for transactions in digital currency.

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Reply #112: Sep 30, 2021 02:01 AM

 More than half of companies announced their readiness to invest in cryptocurrencies

According to research by Nickel Digital Asset Management, more than 60% of institutions are ready to invest in digital currencies in the long term. 62% of those surveyed noted that they intend to invest for the first time in 2022. Potential capital growth is a key prerequisite for such investments. This was reported by 47% of survey participants. Nearly 45% of those surveyed reported an increasing focus on digital currencies among large companies. 41% of respondents were previously hindered by the ambiguity of the regulatory framework, but now the situation has improved. “There is no doubt that the cryptoassets market is becoming more mainstream in the institutional and wealth management sectors,” said Henry Howell, Head of Business Development at Nickel.

 Opinion: BTC could rise in price 10 times

The rate of the first crypto-coin in the next 5 years may grow 10 times, but this is not a reason for buying it. This statement was made by the head of JPMorgan Jamie Dimon. The CEO of the investment bank believes that the authorities of different states will definitely establish supervision over bitcoin. And this to some extent will allow to limit it. “I don’t really care about Bitcoin. People spend too much time and energy on it. Whether regulation will wipe out the first cryptocurrency, I don't know. The authorities will set a framework anyway. This does not mean that bitcoin is not able to rise in value tenfold in the next five years. But if you invest borrowed money, then you are a complete fool. Speculation occurs in any market, even in communist countries. There is a lot of liquidity now, I will not be surprised at anything,” said Dimon.

 Kraken will pay $1.2 million in fines

The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission issued a fine to the Kraken crypto exchange. The company will have to pay $1.2 million due to lack of registration and margin transactions with digital assets. The regulator claims that the platform provided access to margin trading, while the company did not go through the approval procedure for such actions. According to the commission, Kraken was in breach of registration requirements from the beginning of last summer to July this year. In this case, the violation has already been eliminated. “As the requirements become more urgent, the Commission needs to revise them to provide market participants with certainty and a common understanding of the rules,” said CFTC Commissioner Dawn Stump.

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Reply #114: Oct 07, 2021 12:59 AM

 The Ukrainian president has delayed further crypto legalization

The Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelensky has returned to the Rada the draft Bill “about digital assets, #3637, forcing to finalize it. According to the law project, there has to establish an independent regulatory authority aimed to control digital assets, taxation system, protection of user rights and other aspects. The president says the whole structure needs to be changed, and National Securities and Stock Market Commission (NSSMC) should run the control processes. At the same time, building an entire new supervisory authority would create huge costs.

 IMF posted a situation among digital assets of Central Banks

During the online conference, supported by Bocconi University, Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director IMF, replied about stablecoins and CBDC (central bank digital currencies). It appeared that as of October 2021, 110 countries - more than half of the world - are working on launching their digital currency. The Russian Federations is also on its way for crypto rubble. Such stablecoins as USDT could be useful as financial tools on digital markets, but CBDC would guarantee even more security, Georgieva says. So far, CBDC has been fully launched only in the Bahamas. In other countries, such assets are only being tested. For example, China has been conducting tests for over two years, and there is no final decision upon it.

 Gary Gensler: “SEC will not prohibit cryptocurrency”

Gary Gensler, a chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (SEC), touched upon the crypto industry during his speech to the financial service committee. The report also was about the measures taken by China against cryptocurrencies, and the main question was asked if the SEC is going to follow the same path. With his answer, Gensler assured that the United States has an entirely different approach to that problem. There is no talk of a complete ban on cryptocurrencies (although the final decision lies with Congress, one of the three highest government bodies). At the same time, the chairman noted that many cryptocurrencies look like investment contracts or other securities, which means it requires appropriate regulation.

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Reply #115: Oct 14, 2021 05:44 AM

 Vitalik Buterin believes in the cloudless future of ETH

Vitalik Buterin, commonly known as Ethereum co-founder, believes ETH can surpass BTC in the context of total market cap and as a tool for saving traders capital. “That’s quite possible. I think the main difference between these two assets is that the total value of bitcoin and its ecosystem directly depends on its total price. In contrast, ETH is exactly opposite”, Buterin says. Speaking about another DAO development and further extension, Vitalik noted the Gitcoin DAO and Optimism experiments aimed for mutual wealth and as project models which can positively influence the crypto industry. He believes DAO would become something better, something with a more significant meaning than it is now. “They definitely would find their place. I don’t see any unbreakable walls. Mostly, it’s a question of small issues that need to be fixed. When will one of the DAOs change strategy, or when will the two DAOs decide to merge? I think we’ll find it out soon enough”, he said.

 Rubini: “Central banks of all countries around the world would proceed with their own digital currency”

The economist and well-known BTC critic Nouriel Roubini has no doubt bitcoin would never become a generally accepted currency. There can be a massive transition of many countries to digital currencies, supported by central banks soon. “Bitcoin is not a currency, and I cannot advise it as a savings tool so as other altcoins which would probably never become real currencies. Sooner or later, central banks would launch their digital currencies”, said the analytic during Sphere presentation. Rubini also declares people would abandon cash operations, constantly switching to digital payments. “It’s already in Sweden, China. For payments, people use QR code”, the economist insists.


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Reply #116: Oct 19, 2021 12:24 AM

 Bitcoin surpasses $62,000 amid approval of the first BTC-ETF futures

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has approved the country's first exchange-traded fund based on bitcoin futures. Against the backdrop of positive news for the entire industry, the price of BTC rose by almost 3% in 24 hours. According to Coinmarketcap data as of October 18, the cost of the first cryptocurrency exceeds $ 62,400. However, not all cryptocurrency market players were delighted with the news of the SEC approval of an exchange-traded fund for BTC. DeFi Unchained Capital CEO Parker Luce is confident that ETFs are not very profitable for investors. “The Exchange Traded Fund efficiently processes bitcoin as if it were a traditional financial asset. If an investor buys it through an ETF, then you assume additional market maker risks. As a result, he chooses one of the more risky ways of owning bitcoin than if he bought it on the exchange,” he said.

Walmart will launch its own fintech startup

Walmart, the largest US retailer, plans to launch its own fintech project, which will be led by former Goldman Sachs executives. It will be a joint venture with Ribbit Capital, but Walmart will be the majority owner. According to the media, citing sources, one of the options for creating a joint venture could be the acquisition of a neobank, while the company does not plan to obtain a banking license. Walmart has been trying to build a financial services business for its customers for a long time. Until this direction has become one of the most successful for the company. “Everything we will do will be aimed at expanding what we are already doing. Wider adoption of Walmart Pay is definitely something that fits into the ecosystem we're trying to build, ”said Walmart CFO Brett Biggs.

 The author of the term "virtual reality" called BTC a pyramid

Scientist, author of the term "virtual reality" Jaron Lanier considers the first cryptocoin "pyramid". In his opinion, investors who bought bitcoin at the beginning of its distribution earned significantly more than those who bought bitcoin later. Lanier believes digital currencies are like gambling. At the same time, the scientist noted that for a long time he was a supporter of crypto assets. “It’s intrinsically a Ponzi scheme. Like the early people have more than the later people. And the further down the chain you get, the more you’re subject to gambling, like dynamics where it’s more and more random and more and more subject to weird network effects and whatnot, unless you’re a very small player…but even then, you’ll be subject to fluctuations. it’s going to wave around the little people more, ”said Lanier.

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Reply #117: Oct 21, 2021 04:35 AM

US Senators pressure Facebook due to Its crypto project

US senators believe that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg should suspend the Novi digital wallet project. Also, politicians are confident that it is too early to launch Diem stablecoin on the market. The senators noted that the IT company had previously promised not to issue the crypto coin without securing the consent of the regulators. The speeches of a number of US senators took place amid joint testing of the Novi crypto wallet by Facebook and Coinbase. “Despite these assurances, Facebook is once again implementing plans for digital currency on a tight timeline and has already launched a pilot project for the network's payment infrastructure, although this is incompatible with the real landscape of financial regulation - not only for Diem, but for stablecoins in general,” said senators.

 BITO BTC Futures ETF trading volume overcame $1 billion in the first 24 Hours

The launch of ProShares' first Bitcoin futures ETF on October 19 was a success. The trading volume with tokens under the ticker BITO exceeded the $1 billion mark on the first day. Such results for the market can be considered almost record-breaking. According to analysts, retail investors account for a significant share of BITO's trading volume. “I think in the case of BITO, we will see the daily trading volume at least half of the volume of the first day. It is even possible to reach $750 million a day by the end of the week. The volume of trading in BITO shares on the first day exceeded the trading volume of 99.5% ETFs, including such large ones as DIA, ARKK and SLV. The indicator has definitely exceeded our expectations, ”wrote Erik Balchunas, senior analyst at Bloomberg.

Carl Icahn does not rule out that bitcoin is a salvation from inflation

Major investor Carl Icahn fears a significant rise in US dollar inflation. However, the businessman believes that BTC is able to occupy the niche of a reliable instrument for preserving assets. The billionaire predicts a global financial crisis in the future due to the fact that the US authorities continue to "print money." However, Icahn's investment company does not intend to invest in cryptocurrencies yet. “We have a lot of really smart guys working for us, but we still don't understand bitcoin. I am not saying that this is a good or bad asset, we just do not understand it. And, naturally, we will not invest in an asset that we do not understand. But if inflation rises strongly, then bitcoin may have value. But there are too many variables, it is too difficult to invest in it,” the entrepreneur emphasized.

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Reply #118: Nov 09, 2021 01:47 AM

 Ethereum price up 74% in less than two months

On November 8, Ethereum has reached another all-time high. According to Coinmarketcap, the price of cryptocurrency is $4,735. ETH is up 74% since the end of September this year. The capitalization of the crypto coin has surpassed the $560 billion mark. The growth of the ethereum rate occurred against the background of the publication of the Finder.com report. The document says that the cryptocurrency may grow to $5,100 by the end of 2021, $15,300 by 2025 and reach $50,700 by 2030. Bitcoin also demonstrates strong growth today. BTC cost is $65,565. Over the past 7 days, the cryptocurrency has risen in price by 6.5%.

 Spanish bank plans to launch BTC-ETF

Santander intends to launch Bitcoin exchange-traded funds. Spanish bank president Ana Botin said the organization's clients have a strong interest in cryptoassets. “Santander is considered a leader in the cryptocurrency space. Our clients want to buy bitcoin, but we are too slow in adopting cryptocurrencies due to regulatory uncertainty. Now we are going to offer a cryptocurrency ET,” said the head of the bank. However, according to local media reports, the National Securities Market Commission of Spain has not yet approved the launch of the ETF. Santander is positive about the cryptocurrency industry. The organization previously issued bonds worth $20 million on the Ethereum blockchain.

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Reply #119: Nov 11, 2021 05:04 AM

 Experts say bitcoin ETFs are more profitable for investors than ETF on bitcoin futures

MicroStrategy CEO Michael Sailor and Coinmetrics co-founder Nick Carter believe that BTC investment funds are more profitable for investors than ETFs on the first cryptocurrency futures. Sailor believes that if the SEC approves the launch of the BTC-ETF, serious investments will "flow" into them. “As soon as spot Bitcoin ETFs are launched in the US, I think you will see billions flow into them, then tens of billions, then hundreds of billions, and then trillions of dollars. This will be the final step necessary for Bitcoin to become one of the main assets of the Western world,” Sailor said. According to Nick Carter, ETFs on the futures of the first digital coin are “defective”, and the arguments of the regulator against the launch of cryptocurrency funds are “empty”. The expert believes that after the launch of the BTC-ETF in the United States, the trading volume within a month could reach $100 billion.

 Former Coinbase top manager advises crypto developers to move to friendly jurisdictions

Balaji Srinivasan, who previously served as CTO at Coinbase, advised digital currency developers not to fight the hostility of regulators. The best tactic in this case, according to the expert, is to move to more positive jurisdictions in relation to the industry. Srinivasan is confident that developers need to generate new solutions faster - before regulators have time to "outlaw them." According to the expert, players in the digital asset market must be mobile, and cities such as Miami and New York, as well as the states of Wyoming, Colorado and Texas, are quite friendly towards cryptocurrency projects. “Cryptocurrency developers must learn to code laws. Zero-level solutions are the fundamental level of cryptocurrency innovation, they are ideas in the minds of people, and they are the ones that lay the foundation for creating solutions of the first and second levels. Traditional financial legislation is heavily influenced by banks or academics who are hostile to cryptocurrencies,” Srinivasan said.

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