Argentina: Number of Bitcoin (BTC) Miners Increases Amid New Government Subsidies

Argentina: Number of Bitcoin (BTC) Miners Increases Amid New Government Subsidies

“Data from Bitinfocharts shows that the last month had very low Bitcoin fees around $7.27 from highs of $64 per transaction. Meanwhile, the government of Argentina has brought about generous electricity subsidies that are turning more citizens into Bitcoin miners amid economic uncertainty. Electricity Subsidies at Large While various nations have seen crypto mining spikesRead More”

Source: BTCMANAGER

The ‘magical’ Strike API integration could mean this for Twitter

“On Twitter, more than 66,000 people have viewed a video of a man sending $10 to his friend in El Salvador, to buy a cup of coffee. What made this transfer different? It was done by Strike CEO Jack Mallers using Twitter after the social media platform’s integration with the

This can pave way for XRP’s comeback above $1, perhaps to $1.29

“September has not been kind to XRP. Pressurized by multiple mini-crashes during the month, XRP’s 30-day ROI slipped to over 12%. With little interest from retail traders, XRP was unable to keep up pace with some of its other counterparts. However, a falling wedge pattern hoped to inject some signs