Crypto News Cast For June 14th 2022 ?

Crypto News Cast For June 14th 2022 ?
Crypto News Cast 📮 14-06-2022

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24hours Cryptocurrency Market Cap:

📈MarketCap:          $951 B
📊24h Mcap %:       -24.51%
⚠️Bitcoin Dom:        45.10%

📌Active Coins:       4542
📍24h Vol %:          -17.76%
💲24h Vol:               $121 B

Crypto News Updates :

  • Devere Group Boss Forecasts A Bull Run For Bitcoin In Q4
  • Scaramucci’s SkyBridge Buys More Bitcoin, Expresses Further Confidence In The Asset
  • In 2021, The Number Of Canadians Who Owns Bitcoin Doubled
  • The Number Of NFT Trademark Application In U.S Tops 4000 In 2022
  • 91% Of Crypto Users Still Want To Buy More Bitcoin
  • For 2024 Olympic Games In Paris, France May Introduce Blockchain Ticketing
  • Goldman Sachs Completes Its First Ether-Linked Derivatives Trade
  • Arizona State University Intends To Be Part Of The Metaverse Move

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– Devere Group Boss Forecasts A Bull Run For Bitcoin In Q4

The CEO of Devere Group, a financial advice and asset management firm, Nigel Green, has projected a bull run and a big increase for the Flagship Cryptocurrency, bitcoin’s price in Q4 of the year. Nigel Green argues that Bitcoin is currently highly tied to leading global financial markets, such as the S&P500 on Wall Street, and that he believes the recent market collapse is nearing its end and that a rally is on the way. Read Full on Bitcoin News.

– Scaramucci’s SkyBridge Buys More Bitcoin, Expresses Further Confidence In The Asset

Despite being criticized by Peter Schiff as the crypto market continues to tumble, Anthony Scaramucci, the founder and CEO of SkyBridge Capital investment management fund, says he’s excited about Bitcoin and confirms having bought more. Despite the general decline in the crypto industry, led by Bitcoin, Scaramucci said he is heartened by the fact that Bitcoin accounts for more than half of the total crypto market valuation. Read Full on U.Today.

– In 2021, The Number Of Canadians Who Owns Bitcoin Doubled

In 2021, the use of Bitcoin (BTC) in Canada increased by more than twofold. According to the results of a recent poll conducted by the Bank of Canada, 13 percent of Canadians owned Bitcoin in 2021, up from only 5% the year before. According to Canada’s central bank, Bitcoin holders own around $500 worth of the flagship digital asset on average. They are, however, using it primarily as a speculative investment rather than a means of payment. Read Full on Finbold.

– The Number Of NFT Trademark Application In U.S Tops 4000 In 2022

According to data and a chart produced by trademark and patent attorney Michael Kondoudis, the number of NFT-related trademarks in the United States topped 4,000 from January 1 to May 31, 2022. This means an average of 27 new NFT trademarks filed per day. In addition, Kondoudis’ chart compared data with the same period in 2021, when only 363 trademarks were submitted with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Read Full on Finbold.

– 91% Of Crypto Users Still Want To Buy More Bitcoin

In a study done by Bank of America in early June, 1,000 existing and future users of cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency exchanges in the United States stated they would acquire cryptocurrency in the next six months, with 91 percent of respondents saying they would do so. The majority of the respondents were short-term investors, with 77% claiming to have held cryptocurrency for less than a year. Read Full on Markets Insider.

– For 2024 Olympic Games In Paris, France May Introduce Blockchain Ticketing

Michel Cadot, the French Government’s Olympic Interministerial Delegate, delivered a report to the Prime Minister of France outlining some prospective changes for the 2024 Olympic Games. The Olympic Committee of the French Government is willing to manage the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris with minimal security hazards. The organization may integrate blockchain technology into its ticketing system and issue spectators with non-transferable, individualized passes. Read Full on CryptoPotato.

– Goldman Sachs Completes Its First Ether-Linked Derivatives Trade

Goldman Sachs (GS), The Wall Street behemoth has completed its first Ethereum non-deliverable forwards, a derivative that pays out based on the price of ether and provides institutional investors with indirect access to the cryptocurrency. Goldman’s decision demonstrates institutional interest in cryptocurrencies at a time when the market is reeling, particularly after the collapse of stablecoin TerraUSD (UST). Read Full on coindesk.

– Arizona State University Intends To Be Part Of The Metaverse Move

According to trademark attorney Josh Gerben, Arizona State University has submitted many metaverse-related filings with the US Patent and Trademark Office. The educational institution plans to issue non-fungible tokens for event tickets, the artwork of the campus’s monuments, banners, gonfalons, and even university certificates. NFTs for footage of sports highlights and other events are also being considered by the institution. Read Full on U.Today.

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