This year's Super Bowl is being referred to as the ‘Crypto Bowl’ since several crypto-centric firms are spending huge bucks to "introduce" themselves to a vast audience.
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"The One" sits on 3.8 acres, its elevated position allows for 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, downtown Los Angeles, and the San Gabriel Mountains. The main home is surrounded on three sides by a moat (but no alligators) and spans 105,000 square feet—the master bedroom alone is 5,500 square feet and has a patio with a swimming pool and hot tub that overlook the city.
There seems to be a race on to see which city is the real "Crypto City", which of course means that city would be the coolest and most "cryptonized." Miami and its Mayor, Francis X. Suarez, kicked things off a while back when the city launched "MiamiCoin" and the mayor offered to take his salary in Bitcoin. Not to be outdone, New York City mayor-elect Eric Adams endorsed the NYCCoin (New York City Coin), offered to take his first three paychecks in Bitcoin AND declared “NYC is going to be the center of the cryptocurrency industry."
Mastercard is about to expand the crypto economy all the way down to the grassroots level. Its huge and brilliant. Mastercard is ready to announce that thousands of banks and millions of merchants on its vast payments network will soon be able to integrate crypto into their products. When you really dig deep, its a game changer.
Digital Wealth News, a multi-tiered media platform combining news, thought leadership, partner content and industry press – with a focus on chronicling and supporting the ongoing fintech revolution – today announced that its flagship website, DWealth.news, garnered 48,000 monthly unique visitors in September, up 20% from August. Digital Wealth News achieved this milestone after just 12 full months of operations, having launched in October 2020.
s I write this on October 4th, and we're all watching the complete blackout of all Facebook-related sites, many people may not realize that the firm is a huge player in the payments space, and that is currently offline as well.
Better late than never. Looks like that's the thinking over at JPMorgan. For the very first time in its 222 year history, the banking giant has decided to open its first international expansion. So with a big jump "across the pond," JPM is set to launch its new digital bank...... Chase..... in the UK next week. The official announcement is expected next Tuesday (28th).
Bye bye Summer. The end is near. The last two weeks of August are famous for being extremely dull in financial markets and so it is again. So, with a dearth of news (and general malaise of interest) in the financial and fintech markets, here are some follow ups and updates from some "hot" pieces that made headlines the past couple of months.
Amazon, the fourth largest company in the world, is hiring a digital currency and blockchain expert. And why? Amazon is looking to accept Bitcoin payments most likely by the end of the year. Now this is HUGE news (unless you are short Bitcoin) and the ramifications are enormous.