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The merge, the most significant blockchain upgrade in crypto history, is set to be completed sometime between September 10-20. Many Ethereum users are HYPED about this but some of you may be wondering what the merge is, why it is important, and why your Eth got drained when you tried to swap it for Eth 2.0. For those of you looking for answers, look no further. You can catch all the gory deets in our article:
Australia’s Treasury plans to focus on “token mapping” which will help identify which crypto assets are being used and how they should be regulated. Token mapping includes classifying tokens based on various asset types and considering their underlying code. Treasurer, Jim Chalmers, wants the government to “embrace new and innovative technologies while safeguarding consumers.”
FTX, a Bahamian crypto exchange, revenue soared from $89 million to $1.02 billion during the bull market in 2021. Founded just three years ago in May 2019, FTX is now the third largest crypto exchange behind Coinbase and Binance. Since its beginning, FTX has bought exchanges in Canada and Japan and 15 smaller companies worldwide.
The 700 million users on the messaging service may now get to own their usernames. CEO Pavel Durov suggested that Telegram may use “NFT-like smart contracts” to auction sought-after usernames. On July 30, the first auction went live, and Telegram used the “.ton” variant much like the Ethereum Name Service “.eth” domains.
The global card payment giant announced they partnered with Binance to launch a payment card supporting 14 cryptocurrencies. The card swaps cryptocurrencies into fiat at the point of sale and first launched its Beta phase in Argentina on August 4. Mastercard plans to have the card supported in 90 million online and physical stores.
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Topic: Cold Wallets: All You Need to Know
Date: Tuesday, August 30
Time: 1 PM ET