#209

👙 Pay for your panties with crypto

6 May | by
  • coin BTC
    Bitcoin $ 56 994 2.80% $ 289
  • coin ETH
    Ethereum $ 3 439 2.60% $ 198
  • Market Cap
    3.90% $ 2 445 564 253 436
  • DeFi Market Cap
    1% $ 140 068 088 713

Hey #Moni maker 🎸

Today, in 1889, the World's Fair opened in Paris. Previously, artists, art lovers, journalists and others like them had to travel to other cities, or even countries, to visit an interesting exhibition. Nowadays, NFTs allow you to touch the beauty while sitting in the kitchen in your home pajamas.

Cryptocurrencies and technologies make our world more accessible, simpler and more enjoyable. And now the digest will prove it!

Let's go!


1

eBay wants to go to crypto too

Not a bad startup

The eBay electronic gigant calculates the integration of crypto payments. The company is also interested in the non-fungible token sector and is exploring ways to organize NFT sales. Jamie Iannone, CEO of the company, told CNBC about this in an interview on CNBC.


2

Banks love crypto: part 1000

Mass Adoption smells of freedom

CNBC, citing the New York Digital Investment Group (NYDIG), reports that over the coming months, customers of some US banks will be able to buy, sell and store bitcoin using their existing accounts.

According to the publication, NYDIG has partnered with fintech giant Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) to enable US banks to offer Bitcoin-related services to their clients. NYDIG's head of banking solutions, Patrick Sells, said hundreds of banks are already participating in the program.

NYDIG President Yang Zhao claims that banks became interested in bitcoin after seeing their clients send money to Coinbase and other exchanges. FIS digital banking chief Rob Lee expects hundreds of smaller banks to be followed by giants like JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America.


3

Why HODL?

An example from the life

One of the creators of Dogecoin, Billy Markus, spoke about the fate of the coins at his disposal. Billy Marcus launched Dogecoin with Jackson Palmer in 2013, modifying his Litecoin wallet into dogecoin-qt. He is less public than Palmer and uses the pseudonym Shibetoshi Nakamoto.

Marcus wrote that in 2015 he sold all of his holdings of the "meme coin" (at a rate of $ 0.0000276), for the equivalent of a Honda Civic, in order to avoid a complete loss of his savings. Now it sounds ironic, since Doge's capitalization at 69 cents ($ 84 billion) exceeded Honda's capitalization ($ 54 billion).

Markus also noted that he does not understand the talk about the growth to $ 1 and the approach of the coin's capitalization to the level of large companies (many of which Dogecoin has already overtaken). The true value of DOGE, he called the community and its potential to "do good."

So what?

Hmm, he wanted to laugh himself, but they laughed at you. Well, shit happens. Okay, at least I didn't buy pizza, and that's good.


4

Meme of the Day 😄

ha-ha-ha!

And you...buy Bitcoin! 😉


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