Monday AnalysisThe Pandemic Hangover: Even the Crypto Market Is Reeling at an Uncertain Juncture
The hangover of the pandemic leaves us with a sharp rise in prices, the product of a high monetary issue and the paralysis of the pandemic, in addition to an increase in the interest rate to be able to correct the uncontrolled issuance.
Salvador Di Stefano*
CryptocurrenciesPresident Bukele’s Bet on Bitcoin Costs About US$40M to El Salvador
Bukele’s government has spent about $105 million on buying bitcoins.
Aline Oyamada and Michael McDonald
BloombergCoin market loses more than $200,000M in one day
The sell-off affecting cryptocurrencies wiped more than $200 billion off the market in just 24 hours, according to estimates from price-tracking website CoinMarketCap.
Crypto MarketCryptocurrencies and real estate: you can already buy even real estate with virtual currencies
Today it is possible to buy a house, an apartment, a land or even enter a real estate development in a well, paying with cryptocurrencies. More than 50 operations of purchase and sale of real estate have already been carried out in the country.
Mariano García Malbrán*
BloombergExperiment of algorithmic stable cryptocurrency crumbles
Algorithmic stablecoins, like their more “traditional” counterparts, are supposed to provide calm in the chaos of cryptocurrencies. Instead, as investors in one of those tokens are quickly discovering, they can serve as lightning rods in the face of volatility.
CryptocurrenciesBitcoin sells below $33,000, its lowest level since July 2021
The world’s largest digital token was down 4.6% at the start of a new week. For analysts, tightening monetary policy and declining liquidity are driving investors away.
CryptoCoins Markets: Ether soars more than 6% in one day
The currency used in the Ethereum blockchain platform is the second largest in terms of market capitalization and was created in 2015 by Vitalik Buterin in 2015.
Zoe & Vayo Coin Generation: How to differentiate an investment opportunity from a pyramid scam?
How to detect that the project has a value proposition, a technological and commercial objective, and that it generates value in a genuine way to know if we are facing a serious project or a new pyramid scam.
Crypto incursionFrom Monday, two Argentine banks allow their customers to buy cryptocurrencies
Hit by recurrent currency crises and inflation above 50% per year, more and more citizens are betting on this type of investment.
Ignacio Olivera Doll
New investmentsAn Argentine bank has already started selling cryptocurrencies to its customers
The entity confirmed this through its social networks. What digital currencies are available.
Tax payments in the City of Buenos AiresGener+ Program: “Blockchain Republic?”
Beyond the procedures that are going to be enabled for payment through crypto, the most important thing is to see if they are initiated from regimes or regulatory frameworks that regulate the jealous use of data and identities or digital profiles.
Javier Adrian Cubillas
One of the world’s least developed countries adopted bitcoin as the official currency
The Central African Republic is the first African country to make this decision and the second in the world, the previous one was El Salvador. 67% of its inhabitants are on the poverty line and have a very limited Internet connection.
BloombergFall Bitcoin Bond Sale Damages El Salvador Debt Market
For five months now, El Salvador’s president, Nayib Bukele, has been trying to sell a bitcoin-backed bond to international investors.
New BloombergTokens are under face value vs. Bitcoin after a year
About 80% of newly minted cryptocurrencies are under face value and their average returns are close to zero relative to Bitcoin after a year, according to an analysis by Jump Crypto.
Economic crisisThe Wall Street Journal controversial over inflation in Argentina: “Toilet paper accumulates”
An analysis by the North American media warns that high inflation in Argentina “is as natural as juicy sirloins and sensual tango shows.”
Personal EconomyInvestment 2.0: the best tips to enter the world of cryptocurrencies
A good investor must be cautious and have a diversified portfolio when entering the complex world of cryptocurrencies.
BusinessThe $21 Billion Mystery: Where’s the Money for Twitter?
Finding like-minded investors, selling shares of their companies or making them even richer than calculated are some of the possibilities to get the money.
EconomyElon Musk: How the purchase of Twitter affected the world of cryptocurrencies
Yesterday the businessman bought the total network for $ 44 billion and the indices of the main stock exchanges of the United States closed in a positive way.
Digital transformationHow is the project promoted by Horacio Larreta to pay taxes with cryptocurrencies
The head of the Buenos Aires Government launched on Tuesday the “Buenos Aires+” program, which will implement digital identity, more digital procedures and the use of blockchain technology to protect the security of the data of the porteños.
CryptocurrenciesConsumer Defense charged Vayo Business and asked for information from celebrities and influencers
An administrative process was initiated for not providing certain and clear information about the service it provides, and requested information about promotions on social networks of the cryptocurrency system “Vayo Coin”.
REVELATIONMarcelo Tinelli, L-gante and Laurita Fernández, involved in a scandalous scam
The Undersecretariat of Actions for the Defense of Consumers and the Ministry of Domestic Trade, intervened 16 companies linked to the field of cryptocurrencies and a long list of celebrities are associated with one of the seals.
An ace up its sleeveFor the IMF, Russia could use crypto mining to evade sanctions
There is a risk that sanctioned nations will leverage their energy resources, which cannot be exported, to boost mining, an energy-intensive process for validating currency transactions, the Fund said.
CryptocurrenciesBitcoin plummeted to its lowest level in more than a month
Investors’ risk aversion combined with the lack of a clear catalyst for buying caused the decline of more than 4%.
Joanna Ossinger and David Pan
Alternative MarketsWhat were the cryptocurrencies that beat March inflation
After the crude inflation data for March, a new report revealed that at least six of the top 10 cryptocurrencies had a positive real return for that period.
A “brilliant” hacker will spend 5 years in prison for helping North Korea use cryptocurrencies
American Virgil Griffith was convicted of advising Kim Jong-un’s dictatorship to create cryptocurrency services and blockchain technology in order to circumvent SANCTIONS imposed by the US. He pleaded guilty but said he did so to seek peace.
In studyA delivery app launched pilot test of payments with cryptocurrencies
Mexico will be the first market where the exploration of payment options through digital currencies will begin.
To beat inflationArgentina: 12 out of 100 adults bought cryptocurrencies to save or invest
Originally posted 2022-05-03 22:00:34.