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With bitcoin’s popularity rising, a growing number of businesses in Scotland have been introducing cryptocurrency payments. A roofing company from Glasgow now says more and more of its customers, including pensioners, are willing to pay with crypto. ASAP Roofing Accepts Cryptocurrency for Its Services Kaeleb Mckay, who runs a roofing company with his father, Cameron, has recently

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Pensioners Pay Scottish Roofing Company in Cryptocurrency

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are becoming a staple in the post-pandemic world, and people need markets to safely trade and buy these precious items. One of the most popular sectors in the “new normal” type of the world – gaming – is a multibillionaire one, and the publishers make strict rules on what users can do. Read More

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Here’s How Hoard Is Trying to Revolutionize NFT Industry

ETHEREUM is regarded as one of the biggest cryptocurrencies on the market. So has the price of Ethereum gone down recently?

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Ethereum price today: Has the price of Ethereum gone down?

ETHEREUM is regarded as one of the biggest cryptocurrencies on the market. So has the price of Ethereum gone down recently?

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Ethereum price today: Has the price of Ethereum gone down?

Summary List PlacementHello! Welcome to this weekly roundup of stories from Insider's Business co-Editor in Chief Matt Turner. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday. What we're going over today: Subway cofounder Fred DeLuca ruled the company like a demigod and pursued wives of franchisees. Here's how one man sent the world's biggest fast-food chain into

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Fred DeLuca ran Subway like a titan, sleeping with franchisees' wives, micromanaging, and penny-pinching. Insiders say he set it up for failure.

It will take some time for consumers to warm up to crypto, but education is the key to its mass adoption.

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Crypto is the next step toward a cashless society

On-chain data suggests that Bitcoin is staging a recovery like in December 2018 and March 2020.

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Bitcoin price could hit $85K in months as indicators flip bullish — report

EL SALVADOR is now drilling tunnels into its many volcanos to build geothermal bitcoin mining stations as the central American nation makes the cryptocurrency legal tender.

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Bitcoin revolution: El Salvador tunnels into volcanos to power cryptocurrency 'mining hubs

EL SALVADOR is now drilling tunnels into its many volcanos to build geothermal bitcoin mining stations as the central American nation makes the cryptocurrency legal tender.

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Bitcoin revolution: El Salvador tunnels into volcanos to power cryptocurrency 'mining hubs

Summary List PlacementMany people think bitcoin transactions can be anonymous or untraceable, but they're misunderstanding how the process works, Ben Weiss, CEO of crypto ATM operator CoinFlip, said at a webinar on digital assets this week. "It's not anonymous. It's pseudo-anonymous. You can't buy any large amount of bitcoin without KYC or ID or driver's licenses," he said, referri

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Bitcoin anonymity is just a big myth — and using it to launder dirty money is stupid, a crypto ATM chief says

Chainlink (LINK) has continued its downward move as the crypto dropped to $21 low. The intense selling pressure above $35 interrupted the upward correction of the crypto.

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Chainlink Regains Bullish Momentum as It Rebounds above $21 Support

The Thai financial regulator is having none of the meme coins, NFTs, fan tokens, and exchange tokens. Thai SEC Prohibits Trading of Meme Tokens In an announcement made recently, the Thai financial regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) stated it was putting a ban on several of the hottest trading tokens in the cryptocurrencyRead More

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Thailand: SEC to Ban Trading of NFTs, Meme Coins, Fan Tokens

Summary List PlacementThis year's extreme volatility in the cryptocurrency market has troubled regulators and given big investors pause for thought. But it doesn't faze Gene Hoffman, president and COO of Chia, the new $500 million "green" token.  "During adoption phase, volatility is almost required," he told Insider in an interview. "It's kind of like saying that we're gonna adopt

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A top exec at 'green' crypto firm Chia says today's volatility is just like the wild price swings in dot-com stocks in the 90s — and that both further turbulence and regulation will ultimately help the market

Summary List PlacementThis year's extreme volatility in the cryptocurrency market has troubled regulators and given big investors pause for thought. But it doesn't faze Gene Hoffman, president and COO of Chia, the new $500 million "green" token.  "During adoption phase, volatility is almost required," he told Insider in an interview. "It's kind of like saying that we're gonna adopt

Business Insider

A top exec at 'green' crypto firm Chia says today's volatility is just like the wild price swings in dot-com stocks in the 90s — and that both further turbulence and regulation will ultimately help the market

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