- “Servant of the People” attributed imaginary bitcoins to himself and received a fine from the NAZK
- Georgians took a sacred oath that they would stop mining bitcoins
- Single Ethereum miner has earned 68 ETH for hitting a block
- Investors collapsed the bitcoin rate, the price fell below an important mark
- Miami launches crypto-mortgages for residents of all countries
- Microsoft acquires cult developer Activision Blizzard . Are the Metaverses coming to Xbox?
- MMA champion asked for half of the fee in bitcoins. Promises to distribute cryptocurrency to subscribers
- Crypto exchange Coinbase has entered into an agreement with Mastercard to make NFT more accessible
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- Intel presents the first bitcoin mining chip
- American banks launched their own stablecoin and made the first payments
- The European Union called for a ban on mining using the Proof-of-work system
- Decentraland metaverse review, MANA and LAND tokens
Web 3.0 game publisher Carry1st raised $12 million for further product development in Africa. According to Alphabet CEO, Sundar Pichai, in the next five years, about 170 million new internet users .
Carry1st plans to use the investment to grow its own development team and implement a new user acquisition strategy. A key element of the strategy is the development of infrastructure for games based on the Play-To-Earn principle.
“Servant of the people” attributed to himself imaginary bitcoins and received a fine from the NAZK
Until now, many politicians have indicated bitcoin in their declarations with a single goal – “write off extra money”. This is a great way to explain your wealth – there were stories about how the people’s deputy bought cryptocurrency for a penny in 1920 year, and now he has become a millionaire.
But Oleg Bondarenko, the people’s deputy from the Servant of the People, failed to “push” bitcoins into the declaration. NACP investigators requested evidence that confirms the fact of ownership of the asset – for example, the public address of the wallet. In response, the official said that he had lost this key along with the old laptop.
Georgians took a sacred oath that they would stop mining bitcoins
- Local residents were gathered in the church and took from them a sacred covenant to refuse mining
The economy of northwestern Svaneti in Georgia is mainly based on tourism. But the pandemic came, and the region was left without the usual income. Hundreds of residents decided to master a new business – cryptocurrency mining. But the local authorities didn’t like it, and they decided…to turn to religion.
The video from Sputnik Georgia shows how the miners gathered in the church to take an oath in front of the icon of St. George . To break it means to show disrespect for God and the memory of ancestors.
Single Ethereum miner has earned 65 ETH for hitting the block
For this he is supposed to 68,29 ETH or more than half a million dollars
A lone Ethereum miner managed to get into the block and receive the entire prize in the amount of 74,19 ETH. In total, he earned almost 270 dollars.
A block has been mined of January, and this is a great success for the miner. Such cases are extremely rare:
The usual reward for mining blocks in Ethereum is about dollars, that is, in 20 times less than this lucky miner earned.