Category: FTX

Stripe announces fiat payment support for cryptocurrencies and NFTs

Stripe announces fiat payment support for cryptocurrencies and NFTs

Stripe has partnered with FTX, FTX US, Blockchain.com, Nifty Gateway, and Just Mining to launch a crypto business suite. U.S.-based fintech giant Stripe has significantly ramped up its crypto initiatives after it launched a service that enables payments for NFTs and digital assets via fiat currency. Businesses can use Stripe’s new application programming interfaces (APIs) […]

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Solana TVL and price drop 50%+ from ATH, but gaming DApps could turn the tables

Solana TVL and price drop 50%+ from ATH, but gaming DApps could turn the tables

2022 has not been a good start for cryptocurrencies and to date, the total market capitalization has dropped by 21% to $1.77 trillion. Solana’s (SOL) correction has been even more brutal, presenting a 48.5% correction year-to-date. Solana (blue) vs. Ether (orange), AVAX (purple), BNB (yellow). Source: TradingView Solana leads the staking charts with $35 billion […]

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Crypto Santa: Trader nets $34K shorting AVAX and LUNA, buy toys for kids

Crypto Santa: Trader nets $34K shorting AVAX and LUNA, buy toys for kids

A popular cryptocurrency trader under the Twitter pseudonym “Sicarious” donated a portion of its crypto profits to buy Christmas presents and other utilities for underprivileged children. The donations included $7,250 worth of livestock, clean water, Bibles and emergency food for Compassion International, a child sponsorship nonprofit, and another $1,500 to purchase and donate toys for kids […]

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CRO price hits new high after Crypto.com wins Los Angeles’ Staples Center naming rights

CRO price hits new high after Crypto.com wins Los Angeles’ Staples Center naming rights

Crypto.com’s native cryptocurrency, CRO, hit an all-time high of $0.593 on Nov. 18 after the company won the naming rights to Los Angeles’ Staples Center. The cryptocurrency trading platform announced Tuesday night that it had paid $700 million to the Anschutz Entertainment Group to rename Staples Center to Crypto.com for the next 20 years. In doing so, it […]

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