In this week’s newsletter:
- ALT 5 Sigma launches its proprietary trading division, OTC trading desk and liquidity services.
- Mr. Wonderful plans to invest in mining company stocks.
- MicroStrategy won’t sell its crypto stash even if prices crash!
Read our weekly round up below.
Accesswire | January 18, 2022
ALT 5 Sigma launched these services ahead of schedule due to a considerable increase in demand by existing clients as well as new clients joining the ALT 5 Network.
CoinTelegraph | January 18, 2022
Canadian businessman Kevin O’Leary laid out his plans to invest in mining company stocks. In an interview with Anthony Pompliano, Mr. Wonderful shared stories about his recent travels in the Middle East to find ways to invest in Bitcoin (BTC) mining.
Bitcoin Bull Michael Saylor Says MicroStrategy Will Never Sell Its $5 Billion Crypto Stash Even If Prices Crash
Business Insider | January 20, 2022
Michael Saylor doesn’t intend to ever change MicroStrategy’s multibillion-dollar bitcoin acquisition plan, despite a painful 40% slide in the cryptocurrency’s price. The noted bitcoin bull said he wouldn’t be tempted to sell the crypto asset, even in the face of an extended bear market.
CNBC | January 20, 2022
Bitcoin fell by more than 7% in the last 24 hours, and ether dived more than 8%, according to CoinDesk. About $147 billion were wiped off the entire cryptocurrency market in the past 24 hours, according to data from Coinmarketcap.com.
Bitcoin.com | January 21, 2022
Autograph, the NFT firm that NFL star Tom Brady co-launched last year, has raised $170 million in its latest funding round. The Series B was led by two companies: a16z and Kleiner Perkins, with the participation of Katie Haun’s new fund and Lightspeed partner Nicole Quinn.
Crypto Daily | January 19, 2022
The initial report explores Google’s relationship with the two crypto firms, and goes on to link this with Google’s recent hiring of Arnold Goldberg to run Google Pay’s payments and emerging market efforts. Goldberg has previously worked at PayPal Holdings Inc. as VP for Merchant Product and Technology.