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Promo: Changelly and Coinify to lower fees for fiat-to-crypto purchases

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Changelly, in collaboration with Coinify’s team, is glad to announce a 10% discount for cryptocurrency purchases completed via its recently launched fiat-to-crypto marketplace. This special offer will last until the 15th of May. The fee is decreased for the most popular cryptocurrencies, namely BTC, ETH, BSV, BCH, DASH, NANO, OKB, and XLM. Purchasing via Changelly’s fiat-to-crypto marketplace is an easy and reliable way to enter the crypto world. To participate…

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Coinbase and Gemini Establish Banking Collaboration with JPMorgan

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Coinbase and Gemini established a banking collaboration with JPMorgan, the first cryptocurrencies companies to do this partnership. JPMorgan, only agreed to handle fiat transactions for U.S. based customers. JPMorgan has started offering banking services to Coinbase and Gemini, this is the first time that a bank has provided its services to the cryptocurrency industry. But, JPMorgan would only process fiat…

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Bitcoin Price Was 0.003 $ 10 Years Ago, today trades at 9,500 $

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Bitcoin was introduced to the world in 2010 when its pseudonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto published the whitepaper. In its first days of BTC , the cryptocurrency had a price of around $0.003. At the time of this post, Bitcoin trades at around $9,500, charting an unprecedented increase in the past decade. The Cryptocurrencies are Growing The entire cryptocurrency market has…

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DigiByte (DGB) rises more than 900%

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DGB is now ranked among the top 30 cryptocurrencies by market cap after raising more than 900% over the past two months. The most surprising thing is that the coin is not, and has never been listed on the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world: Binance. Vice-chairman of the DigiByte Foundation, Rudy Bouwman said: DigiByte is genuine, no ICO, no…

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dForce Refunds All Affected Users After $25M Hack

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A hack on the decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol saw $25 million in cryptocurrencies exit its wallets over three hours on April 19. Curiously, the assets were returned two days later by the hacker for reasons that weren’t made fully clear. Most of the funds (around 90%) have now been used to pay back all users who’d lost crypto in the attack, according announcement by dForce…

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