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UFC to start paying bonuses to top fighters in cryptocurrency
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will start paying bonuses to fighters in cryptocurrency. Bitcoin payouts will be awarded to the top three athletes at each UFC event based on fan voting. A total of $60 000 will be distributed among the winners. The UFC plans to keep traditional cash bonuses for the best fight and individual performance as well.
Former BitMEX CEO predicted crypto market collapse by summer 2022
The former CEO of the BitMEX exchange, Arthur Hayes, wrote on his blog that bitcoin and Ethereum could fall significantly in price by the summer of 2022. He predicted a drop in the BTC rate to $30 000 and ETH to $2 500. Hayes stated that his guesses are “a gut feeling” and also admitted that he has started buying “a number of altcoins.”
NASDAQ: 86% of the US financial advisers to increase crypto investments over the next year
The NASDAQ stock exchange surveyed 500 financial advisers in the United States who are already investing or considering investing in cryptocurrencies. Among advisers already investing in cryptocurrencies, 86% plan to increase their investments over the next 12 months, while none of the respondents reported any plans to reduce their investments. Of the same group, 50% are already using bitcoin futures ETFs, and 28% plan to start using them in the next 12 months. 72% of advisers would be more likely to invest clients’ assets in cryptocurrencies if a spot ETF product was traded in the US.
US investors sued Uniswap over violations of securities laws
A group of US investors led by Nessa Risley has filed a class-action lawsuit against the decentralized cryptocurrency exchange Uniswap over violations of securities laws. Because Uniswap has not registered as an exchange or a broker-dealer with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), scammers can execute Pump & Dump schemes, the document says. Risley claims that the tokens traded on the platform are unregistered securities.
US Treasury Department to take measures if the Russian Federation tries to circumvent sanctions with cryptocurrencies
Washington believes that Russia will make attempts to circumvent sanctions by using cryptocurrencies. In this case, the US will take appropriate measures. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said this at a press conference on Thursday, TASS reports.
US approved cryptocurrency donations for federal elections
The US has approved the collection of cryptocurrency donations for the federal election through the Crowdpac platform. The platform’s representatives have clarified that the amounts collected will be passed on via direct deposit (ACH) or check. This ensures that election candidates receive the donations and can use them immediately.
European Commission to consider imposing restrictions on the issuance of stablecoins
The European Commission is considering imposing tight restrictions on the use of stablecoins instead of fiat currencies. This is reported by CoinDesk, citing a document available.
TrustWallet сrypto wallet became Instagram partner
TrustWallet, a cryptocurrency wallet, has become a partner of the social network Instagram, owned by Meta (recognized as extremist and banned within the Russian Federation). The deal will integrate NFT collections into the social network and support their creators. With a built-in decentralized browser, users of the social network will be able to buy and sell various collectibles.
Analyst predicted bitcoin rally amid its following the 2018 market structure
Crypto analyst and trader Benjamin Cowen predicted a rise in the price of bitcoin to $40 000-$42 000 from June 2022. He attributed this assumption to bitcoin following a market structure from 2018. According to him, the asset had seen higher lows in the $9 000-$11 000 range in January 2018. Cowen notes that bitcoin eventually crashed and set a new low of around $5 800.