🏘 Mt.Gox and Standard Chartered

10 December, 2020 | by
  • coin BTC
    Bitcoin $ 18 404 0.41% $ 75.84
  • coin ETH
    Ethereum $ 566 -0.68% $ -3.86
  • Market Cap
    1.30% $ 553 085 884 578
  • DeFi Market Cap
    -0.1% $ 17 451 011 701

Hey #Moni Maker βœ‹

Today, in 1901, the first Nobel Prizes were awarded. Although the committee recently refused to award Satoshi Nakamoto because of his anonymity, he received a much more meaningful reward: community recognition. Plus we both already know that he deserves a Nobel Prize no matter what. In general, crypto is the future, but we will earn $1M (which are given to the winners, by the way) - just gotta closely follow the news πŸ˜‰

Let’s go!


Mt.Gox wallets hold 137,891 BTC


This is according to data from the CryptoQuant analytical service. By the way, the transfer of payments to the hack of Mt.Gox victims was scheduled for December 15. It may l be postponed this time again, but it is worth being alert just in case. There is a possibility that the correction of the last few days is due to the expectation of this date.

So what?

Ugh, when this Mt.Gox case is over, planet earth will enter a new phase, 100%.

One of the darkest stains of cryptocurrency history must be cleaned!


British bank Standard Chartered launches cryptocurrency trading service for institutional investors


CoinDesk writes that British bank Standard Chartered has attracted several crypto exchanges to create a service for institutional investors to trade digital assets.

According to the source, the group includes five major over-the-counter (OTC) traders and four exchanges, including LMAX, ErisX, Swiss cryptocurrency service METACO and British technology trading solutions provider Cobalt. The project will also include an Ethereum-based settlement token.

Also, the Swiss stock exchange SIX recently announced that it would open banks to cryptocurrencies.

So what?

Okay, we already wrote about banks yesterday, give us the NEXT one (hey boomer from MTV era!) :)

Are banks trying to play their dirty monopoly games, comrade, or are they adapting to the new economic wave? Share your opinion with talks@getmoni.io.


EasyFi announced the launch of Version 1


EasyFi has launched V1 of decentralized lending with volatile assets as collateral (the previous version had only Stablecoins). Initially it will be possible to use ETH as collateral. The following volatile assets are also planned to be added soon - MATIC and WBTC. Over time, new tokens will be added.


AnRKeyX: The New SHO from DAO Maker

cool cool cool

This is a platform on gDEX (Decentralized Finance Gaming Platform Exchange) built on Ethereum to bring together DeFi Yield Farming, eSports and Web 3.0

A total of $125'000 is allocated for the Community Round (SHO), $500 per person. All SHO details, metrics, and project description are on the DAO Maker website.

How to get an allocation:

Go to this page and connect your ERC-20 wallet. On December 11 it will be announced who gets the allocation. There's some kind of custom algorithm, which is probably built on your history of interaction with past SHO projects.

11.12.2020 - Wallet sign-in deadline;

11.12.2020 - Announcement of winners;

12/13/2020 - Deadline for KYC/AML and sending money.

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And one more thing...Buy Bitcoin! πŸ˜‰


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