Bitcoin and Wall Street: Insights from Alex Thorn of Galaxy Digital

At the recent MicroStrategy World: Bitcoin for Corporations conference, Alex Thorn, head of research at Galaxy Digital, provided valuable insights into the evolving landscape of Bitcoin adoption by Wall Street and corporations. In an interview with Bitcoin Magazine, Thorn explored how Wall Street has come to embrace Bitcoin, the dual nature of Bitcoin’s role as … Read more

Shiba Inu’s Shibarium Teases a Milestone of 420 Million Transactions as Daily Transactions Soar by 50%

Shibarium, the Ethereum Layer 2 network developed by the Shiba Inu team, has seen remarkable growth since its launch in 2023. With continued usage, the network is on track to reach another major milestone amid a remarkable 50% of its daily transactions. Shibarium almost at 420 million transactions According to facts According to Shibariumscan, the … Read more

America’s First Bitcoin President: Trump Now Accepting Crypto Donations

President Trump, in a press release published on his website website announced this afternoon that his campaign to take back the White House will begin accepting Bitcoin donations. BREAKING: 🇺🇸 Donald Trump now officially accepts #Bitcoin for campaign donations. — Bitcoin Magazine (@BitcoinMagazine) May 21, 2024 This announcement by his campaign is sure to … Read more

Venture capitalist worries about Cardano and questions Network’s decentralization claims

Justin Bons, the founder of Cyber ​​Capital, has done just that launched a scathing attack on Cardano, claiming the Ethereum competitor is ‘centralized’. Venture capitalists are convinced that this level of centralization, at the protocol level, is a “major weakness of the proof-of-chain blockchain.” Founder: Cardano is centralized According to Bons’ assessment, there is a … Read more

Democratic Party Leaders in the House of Representatives Say ‘No Whip’

Recent reports revealed that Democratic Party leaders have chosen not to ease the upcoming vote on two pro-crypto bills. This seemingly positive development comes along with the recent 180-degree turn that the Biden administration appears to be making on cryptocurrencies. Representatives of the House of Representatives do not have to vote no According to an … Read more

Whistleblowing in the surveillance age

This article appears in Bitcoin Magazine “The Inscription Question”. Click here to get your annual Bitcoin Magazine subscription. Bitcoin enables the permanent recording of data in the public register. Yet whistleblowing on the blockchain remains a terrible idea. Leaking information is a risky business. If you’ve acquired sensitive information (especially if you’re not supposed to … Read more

OP_CAT and Bitcoin Ossification with Blockstream’s Andrew Poelstra

In a recent interview with Bitcoin Magazine, Shinobi spoke with Blockstream’s Andrew Poelstra to discuss the views of his colleague Rusty Russell ambitious proposal. Rusty plans to restore several abandoned features from Bitcoin’s code, a bold move that could significantly improve the functionality and expressiveness of Bitcoin scripts. Understanding the new cost model One of … Read more

Standard Chartered predicts ETF approval and $8,000 price target

Amid all the excitement and anticipation, Standard Chartered, a British cross-border bank, has done just that projected that Ethereum spot ETFs are likely to be approved by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) this week. According to the bank, this has been approved Spotting ETFs could catalyze significant market influx, with estimates ranging from … Read more