🎁 1inch, Grayscale and Bitcoin25 December, 2020 | by
BTCBitcoin $ 24 456 5.21% $ 1 211
ETHEthereum $ 628 6.71% $ 40
MARKET CAP6.50% $ 678 507 775 640
DeFi MARKET CAP10.10% $ 19 128 524 922
Hey #Moni Maker 🙃
Merry Christmas! So you’ve decorated your house and prepared those Christmas socks to get filled with lambos and ToTheMoons by Santa. We know you’ve been a good trader and all of your wishes will come true; and while Satoshi Claus is preparing his sleigh and feeding his deers, let’s check what news the crypto christmas eve has brought us!
🎁 1inch fixed 2020! 🎁
Santa Claus tested positive for COVID and canceled the holidays... But the guys at 1inch are saving our Christmas! 🥳
Remember we’ve hosted a Battle with them?...Rush to 1inch.exchange and check your wallet right now! 😱😱😱
Congratulations on the launch of the 1inch token! Very ambitious project, even your mom's friend calls 1inch her son 😉
We wish you a Merry Christmas, guys!
Addresses are growing
The pre-Christmas stats from Glassnode show that every year since 2009 (with one exception) the number of wallets containing >1 BTC has been growing.
More whales = more bitcoins = more MoniTalks fun.
The formula is simple!
Grayscale raised $500 million
Boom. +$500 million in one day https://t.co/L2MnXDCDQB— Barry Silbert (@BarrySilbert) December 23, 2020
Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) remains the most popular Bitcoin trust. It accounts for more than 80% of the total and amounts to about $14 billion. Ethereum Trust's share was $1.8 billion.
Good job. Guys are pushing bitcoin forward. Invest every last cent in BTC!
Binance Supports SegWit Bitcoin Deposits (BTC)
Binance has launched Segregated Witness (SegWit) support for Bitcoin (BTC) deposits (withdrawals were already supported). By selecting the BTC (SegWit) network, users can transfer funds to a SegWit (bech32) address.
Please note that among the security benefits and future improvements potential SegWit helps reduce fees; however, if you incorrectly send incompatible assets to the address, your funds will not be recoverable and will result in permanent loss. For more details, please refer to the SegWit FAQ.
You can find out more more here.
Meme of the day 😄
And one more thing...Buy Bitcoin! 😉