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2% of Bitcoin’s total supply is tokenized on ethereum

2% of Bitcoin’s total supply is tokenized on ethereum

One of Bitcoin’s biggest whales is none other than Ethereum itself. That’s right, one of the biggest BTC holders on the market is the second largest cryptocurrency on the market, ETH. There are several protocols that allow users to use Bitcoins on Ethereum. In this

GameStop announces the creation of a marketplace for NFTs

GameStop announces the creation of a marketplace for NFTs

Despite GameStop’s negative financial results in the fourth quarter of 2021, the video game retailer on Thursday announced an initiative that could please cryptocurrency enthusiasts. The company’s financial results included at least one announcement that the launch of its highly-anticipated non-fungible token (NFTs) market is

Dogecoin is more popular than Ethereum, Grayscale study reveals

Dogecoin is more popular than Ethereum, Grayscale study reveals

Despite its lower market capitalization, Dogecoin is more widely recognized by American investors than Ethereum – the second largest blockchain in the world. Ironically, the power of memes is no joke. According to Grayscale’s third annual investor study, Dogecoin is the most popular altcoin. 74%

More than $2 billion in Ethereum have been burned since August

More than $2 billion in Ethereum have been burned since August

About $2 billion worth of Ethereum from 603,452 ETH has already been burned by the grid, fueling the furnace that brought the cryptocurrency to its latest all-time record. The network started burning ETH units after the introduction of the EIP-1559 protocol, effective on August 5th

Ethereum miners bypass system and unlock NVIdia GPUS to mine ETH

Ethereum miners bypass system and unlock NVIdia GPUS to mine ETH

Nvidia has limited the mining capacity of its new graphics cards (GPUs) in pursuit of eliminating the interest of cryptocurrency miners around its products that are mostly designed for gamers. But, with the limitations being made on the card’s software and not on the hardware