Search:  as  xxx  test  minedollars

Top Crypto News for April 25: The Biggest Moves in Crypto, NFTs, Policy and More

Top Crypto News for April 25: The Biggest Moves in Crypto, NFTs, Policy and More
 
    A daily roundup of the most interesting articles on cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Tether to help start the day.



 
    market buzz
 
    Cryptocurrencies were mixed early on April 25. The global cryptocurrency market capitalization was $1.80 trillion, down 2.04% from the previous day. The total crypto market volume in the past 24 hours was $65.06 billion, an increase of 20.13%. The current total transaction volume of DeFi is 7.63 billion US dollars, accounting for 11.73% of the total 24-hour transaction volume of the crypto market. The trading volume of all stablecoins is now $50.68 billion, accounting for 77.91% of the total 24-hour trading volume in the crypto market. Bitcoin is currently trading at Rs 3.143 lakh with a 41.23% dominance. That's a 0.33% increase on the day. Read the full story here
 
    Twitter, Stripe to pilot cryptocurrency payments for creators Twitter and digital payments processor Stripe Inc. will pilot cryptocurrency payments for selected users of the social media site's content monetization product, Reuters reported. Eligible users of Twitter’s Ticketed Spaces and Super Follows programs will be able to earn their earnings from the company in USD Coin, a stablecoin whose value is pegged to the U.S. dollar. Users who receive crypto payments can keep their earnings in crypto wallets on the Polygon network, a crypto infrastructure company on the Ethereum blockchain, which can then be exchanged for other currencies. (Reuters) Hawkeye
 
    U.S. Banking Regulator Accuses Crypto Banks of Compliance Issues The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) says it plans to begin halting lawsuits against the Anchorage Digital Bank National Association for failing to adopt plans that comply with record-keeping rules and prevent money laundering. In a statement, the OCC said the cryptocurrency bank failed to adopt a compliance program that met its requirements for the Bank Secrecy Act and anti-money laundering rules. Anchorage Digital did not acknowledge or deny the OCC findings and did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment. (Reuters) A green turn?
 
    Energy-hungry Bitcoin miners find ways to dump fossil fuels For the past year, a cryptocurrency-mining company has thousands of power-hungry computers working 24/7 to verify Bitcoin transactions Ideal location: The foundations of coal-fired power generation in Monda Rural cultivation in Nazhou. But with the cryptocurrency industry under increasing pressure to control the environmental impact of its massive power consumption, Marathon Digital Holdings decided to package its computers, called miners, and relocate them to a Texas wind farm. Many economists and environmentalists have warned that as the price of digital currencies rises and its popularity grows, the mining process critical to its existence and value is becoming increasingly energy-intensive and potentially unsustainable.

You may be interested in this articles: