Coinbase Has Recently Held Talks to Buy FTX Europe: Fortune


Bitcoin Holding Above $26K Is ‘Remarkable’ as Equities Take a Hit. What’s Next for BTC’s Price?

The 200-week and 200-day moving averages converge at $27,800, acting as an obstacle to further BTC price gains.Source

Ether Turns Inflationary as Network Revenue Plunges to 9-Month Low

ETH has given up its deflationary status as network fees are falling, putting pressure on the price of the second largest cryptocurrency.Source

Google Cloud Pushes Deeper Into Blockchain Data, Adding 11 Networks Including Polygon

Google’s cloud-computing business has stored historical data on Bitcoin since 2018, claiming the service provides faster access than can be obtained directly from the blockchain.Source

Web3 Adventure Game Big Time Poised to Kickoff Its ‘Player-Owned Economy’

During the last year of beta testing, the crypto and NFT-focused game’s community has grown to over 350,000 people on Discord and over a quarter million on X (formerly Twitter).Source

CFTC Denies Kalshi’s Plan to Let Users Bet on Control of U.S. Congress

Regulators said the plans weren’t in the public interest, after a court squabble involving rival service PredictItSource

European Crypto Asset Manager CoinShares to Enter U.S. Hedge Fund Fray

CEO Jean-Marie Mognetti described the move as “a natural progression”, given the “changing macro environment prominently marked by interest rates and inflation.”Source

First Mover Americas: Bitcoin Vapid; Toncoin Leads Weekly Gains

The latest price moves in bitcoin (BTC) and crypto markets in context for Sept. 22, 2023. First Mover is CoinDesk’s daily newsletter that contextualizes the latest actions in the crypto markets.Source

Dogecoin Beats Bitcoin in Price Stability Amid Crypto Trading Lull

DOGE’s new-found stability reflects a lack of investor interest in trading alternative cryptocurrencies.Source

Shiba Inu Developers Floated a Dummy Token and Now Activist Traders Are Making It a Real Thing

A token meant for testing purposes wasn’t intended to be traded, yet some traders have pounced on the supposed opportunity.Source