Elon Musk announced via Twitter (naturally) that you can now buy a Tesla with Bitcoin. There is a 30 minute window however when using BTC at Tesla otherwise you will need to request a new Bitcoin price.
Bitcoin stabilizes after selloff with resistance seen at around $56K and are investors seriously interested in Altcoins? Read the weekly round up below.
Nasdaq: March 22, 2021
As bitcoin continues to grow beyond expectations, traditional financial institutions continue to seek ways to allow their customers access to this lucrative market. Now, the latest to join the trend is Morgan Stanley.
Blockworks: March 22, 2021
Fidelity’s Christine Sandler is campaigning to make digital assets part of everyone’s lives. Sandler says bitcoin is a message about “financial empowerment and self sovereignty”
Decrypt: March 24, 2021
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced today on Twitter, that the EV manufacturer has begun accepting payment for its range of electric cars in Bitcoin. A Bitcoin payment button has appeared on the Tesla website.
Time: March 21, 2021
Michael Saylor’s transformation into a corporate Bitcoin evangelical started prosaically enough. He’s the CEO of a publicly traded enterprise-software firm, MicroStrategy Inc.
BNN Bloomberg: March 23, 2021
The chief executive officer of Malaysian blockchain service Bridge Oracle paid Twitter Inc.’s co-founder US$2.9 million to buy his first tweet.
CNBC: March 24, 2021
Fidelity Investments is preparing to launch its own bitcoin exchange-traded fund as the investment giant works to cement its clout in the market for digital assets and virtual currency.
CoinTelegraph: March 18 2021
Cardano (ADA) has had an impressive start to the year as it broke through the psychological $1 barrier and made an all-time high at $1.50.
Alt 5 Pro: March 25, 2021
Alt 5 Pro Proprietary Trading Platform is pleased to announce introducing Chainlink support. Alt 5 Pro users can now safely and efficiently trade LINK: one of the most innovative and promising DeFi tokens in the crypto ecosystem.