Wednesday, October 27, 2021

The Breakdown

Hal Finney’s ‘Bitcoin and Me’

A reading of a touching BitcoinTalk post by the late Hal Finney, from exactly eight years ago. Source link

Why Kentucky Is Trying to Become a Crypto Mining Hub

Two bills with benefits for crypto miners are waiting to be signed by the governor of the Bluegrass State. Source link

Coinbase Trades at a $77B Valuation as BTC Heads Towards a...

An overview of key news, from a new DeFi Index fund for accredited investors to bitcoin shrugging off growing Treasury yields. Source link

Is $50,000 BTC the Beginning of a Bitcoin Supercycle?

As bitcoin reaches a new milestone all-time high, NLW asks whether we’ve broken out of a traditional halving-based market cycle to something bigger. Source...

The Mainstream Media Narrative Shifts as Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley...

As another wave of major financial institutions announce bitcoin plans, it’s getting harder for the MSM to simply print the same old FUD. Source...

Why Comparing Bitcoin to Visa Doesn’t Make Any Sense

A reading of Nic Carter’s latest essay for CoinDesk on the inappropriateness of comparing the energy consumption of bitcoin and Visa transactions. Source link...

Corporate Crypto Makes Government Bans Less Likely

A recap of a swath of news about corporate players coming into the crypto space, and why it could change the landscape of...

Gradually, Then Suddenly: Mastercard, BNY Mellon, Amazon, Twitter Poised to Join...

In the wake of Tesla’s big announcement on Monday, a wave of corporate engagement with crypto emerges. Source link

How Nigeria and India Are Dealing With Crypto Bans

Two of the world’s ten most populous countries have or are considering crypto bans: Here’s what it means. Source link

Will Apple Be the Next Fortune 500 to Buy Bitcoin?

A new analyst report from the Royal Bank of Canada thinks that with a small investment Apple could disrupt the crypto exchange place...