#204

πŸ‘Š Elon Musk is attacked

29 April | by
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Hey #Moni Maker πŸ›΄

Today, in 1852, Russian writer Turgenev was arrested for an article in Moskovskiye Vedomosti. Arrest is terrible, but in the modern world people have come up with much more effective levers of pressure. Social networks distribute shadowbans, delete unwanted accounts and block them for dissent.

We believe that blockchain and cryptocurrencies will turn the game around, making the internet decentralized and corporate power a thing of the past.

Well, now to the Digest ...


1

Dad and grandfather fought drunkenly

Every Friday is the same!

Dave Portnoy accused Elon Musk of selling Bitcoins. Dave believes that Musk deliberately created a hype around the first cryptocurrency in order to sell it at a higher price after the pump and make money on it.

Elon replied that it was not he who personally sold the bitcoins, but his company Tesla. And the company sold only 10% of the assets to show people the liquidity of bitcoin.

Later, Dave replied that he was not fighting with Musk, but only defending bitcoins.

So what?

Dave, we love you, really, but didn't you quit crypto trading half a year ago?

Okay guys, there hasn't been a show for a long time. Go in the octagon, now! Moni Talks are ready to cover the fight.


2

1inch is fire!

App Store, are you READY ?!

1inch breaks into Apple Store! The application can now be downloaded to the iPhones.

What's inside:

- DEX;

- Login via TouchID;

- Super design;

- You can pay via URL and QR code.

And much more!

At the moment, the application has a rating of 5 points! Download, enjoy!

So what?

We love 1inch very much. And not even because almost the entire team received their airdrops or because Anton and Sergei are now Moni investors. But because they are really cool and ideological guys!

Be careful, please! App Store loves to carry out repression against talented people ...


3

Binance is now NFT

Marketplace!

Binance will launch its NFT marketplace this June.

β€œWe aim to create the most compelling metaverse with one-of-a-kind offerings and exclusive collaborations, paired with a seamlessly designed and intuitive digital platform to bring together artists, creators and crypto enthusiasts from around the world. Furthermore, Binance NFT will share the same account system as Binance.com, allowing users to access the marketplace alongside our other ecosystem offerings." - the announcement says.

In addition, the exchange team promises to hold many exhibitions, events and so on.

β€œOur aim is to provide the largest NFT trading platform in the world with the best minting, buying and exchanging experience, by leveraging the fastest and cheapest solutions powered by Binance blockchain infrastructure and community,” said Helen Hai, Head of Binance NFT.

So what?

Binance will never go to the wrong place. Looks like, the NFT hype hasn't even started yet ...


4

Russians love cryptocurrency!

FTS is sad

Poll: 14% of Russians believe that cryptocurrencies will replace fiat in 10 years.

A new poll showed that Russians have different attitudes towards cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies. In particular, some respondents believe that digital assets will replace fiat money in ten years.

So what?

No politics! But we really want to ask the respondents: why did you not specify in which country crypto will replace fiat? .


5

GTA VI!

Niko Bellic, go away!

US authorities on Tuesday arrested the alleged operator of the Bitcoin mixing service Bitcoin Fog in Los Angeles. Roman Sterling, a citizen of Russia and Sweden, was charged on three counts, including providing money transfer services without a license and laundering $336 million through cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin Fog allows bitcoins to be transferred between addresses, hiding the source of the funds, Devon Beckett, special agent of the IRS Criminal Investigation Department, said in a statement. The service opened in 2011 and was allegedly used to move 1.2 million bitcoins.

Bitcoin Fog's clients include sellers from sites such as Silk Road, Evolution, AlphaBay, Agora, and Silk Road 2.0. In addition, the service was used to launder cryptocurrency stolen from trading platforms, the prosecution claims.

So what?


We won’t f@cking comment it. Money laundering is bad! Mmkay?


6

Meme of the Day πŸ˜„

ha-ha-ha!

And you...buy Bitcoin! πŸ˜‰


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