In this week’s newsletter:
- Crypto market cap tops $3 trillion as bitcoin and ether reach record highs.
- With 7 weeks still left in the year, 2021 inflows for digital assets have already topped 2020 by $2.2 billion.
- Kevin O’Leary says his crypto holdings today are ‘almost at 10%’.
Read our weekly round up below.
The Block: November 9, 2021
The milestone comes as bitcoin (BTC) and ether (ETH) have surged to record highs. At the time of writing, BTC is trading at around $68,000 and ETH is changing hands at about $4,800.
Decrypt: November 8, 2021
As of Friday, the running tally of digital asset inflows among crypto asset managers reached $8.9 billion following 12 straight weeks of growth. That’s already $2.2 billion more than the total invested in 2020.
CNBC: November 11, 2021
His holdings include many digital coins, but also products in the space, such as companies building decentralized wallets, O’Leary said. “So, we’re going to end up at the end of the year with a very significant holding in crypto assets, and it’s not just bitcoin.”
Tipranks: November 10, 2021
The world’s largest cryptocurrency by market cap continued its dream run, as BTC prices rallied to unprecedented highs of $68,568. This is the first time Bitcoin has managed to crack $67,000 resistance, sparking forecasts that the digital asset may well continue its upward trajectory until the end of 2021.
Crypto Slate: November 9, 2021
The new Dogecoin Core version, which will ensure that all network participants pay lower transaction fees, is close to being released, according to the developers.
Cointelegraph: November 12, 2021
Imagine an institutional investor like an insurance company or pension fund decides that it wants to test the cryptocurrency waters. Or maybe a large corporation is looking to buy some Bitcoin (BTC) to diversify its treasury holdings.
The Majority of Game Developers Are Beginning to Include Blockchain in Their Games According to Study
Bitcoin.com: November 12, 2021
Most game developers in U.S. and U.K. are now using blockchain elements in their games, according to a study released this week.
FX Street: November 12, 2021
El Salvador is the first country in the world to adopt cryptocurrency as the official currency for money transactions and payments. Critics of cryptocurrencies focus on the fact that cryptocurrencies have been adopted in this country because of the serious weaknesses of its financial system.