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Microstrategy CEO Personally Owns $240 Million in Bitcoin — Company’s BTC Profit Eclipses Other Earnings
Following a $425 million bitcoin purchase by his billion-dollar company, Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor reveals that he personally owns about $240 million in bitcoin. Meanwhile, his company’s bitcoin gains have outperformed the company’s other earnings. Microstrategy and Its CEO Are Both Bitcoin Hodlers The CEO of the billion-dollar company Microstrategy, Michael Saylor, has revealed his […]
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The cost of doing transactions on bitcoin is surging at a time the network is suffering its worst congestion in nearly three years.
Meanwhile, The Graph's $12 million raise is one in a line of many public token sales this year.
The cryptocurrency custody startup said users will now be able to buy bitcoin on the Casa app using their bank accounts.
Bitcoin price action has turned sideways amid fears of potential coronavirus lockdowns across Europe, establishing some clearly-defined support and resistance levels around $13,000.
The CEO of Binance on why DeFi will come to dominate CeFi.
Alex Pack from DragonFly will Join Huobi to help invest "tens of millions of dollars" in decentralized finance.
Iran has reportedly revised the country’s cryptocurrency regulation to require licensed bitcoin miners to sell their coins directly to the central bank for use to fund imports. Iran’s Revised Crypto Law The Iranian government has amended its cryptocurrency regulation to enable the country’s central bank to fund imports with bitcoin legally mined in the country, […]
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