Crypto News: NFTs and the Crypto Market are Bullish, a Meme Coin Is Popping, and Solana Sets A Record
We have an exciting batch of news stories this week, highlighting the growth of both the cryptocurrency and the NFT space. Total volume across all projects in the space reached over $13.4 billion CAD in the third quarter of this year. Details on all of that and more coming right up in this week’s edition of the news.
The President of El Salvador posts a video on his Twitter displaying a crypto mining project powered by a local volcano, cryptocurrency prices see a significant increase, shooting the total market value to over $2.5 Trillion Canadian. All this and more! All of that and more in this week’s edition of the weekly news.
In news that’s a bit more positive, the crypto world just found out Snoop Dogg owns more than $21 million worth of NFTs, and r/WallStreetBetsCrypto is officially live as the original r/WallStreetBets acknowledges crypto is going to be a big part of the future. All this and more…
Bitcoin Adoption Versus the Adoption of the Internet: How the Adoption Curves Compare, Where We Are on the Curve, and What It Means for Investors
As is usually the case with technology, the earliest adopters through the door get stuck with the bag. Those that come after proof of concept is obvious reap the benefits. Today we’ll focus on the adoption curve of the Internet versus the adoption curve of cryptocurrency. As you’re about to find out, the crypto movement is much bigger than that of the internet.
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NFT sales volume is cooling off for the first time in three months. But the asset class is still on fire and arguably becoming the most popular sector of the crypto market. That doesn’t mean the spaces without its problems however. All of that and more coming right up