Can Reconnecting with Nature Cure Technology-Induced Anxiety and Depression? Earth Wallet’s ‘Touch Grass’ Film Premiere Explores the Answer

In celebration of Earth Day, the film hopes to inspire technologists and artists to reconnect with nature and help bring a balance back to our increasingly digital lives. Singapore - Saturday, April 22 - Earth Wallet, a technology company focused on creating decentralized solutions to bring balance to technology and nature, commemorates Earth Day with the release of a captivating and thought-provoking short film titled "Touch Grass." The film follows the journey of leading web3 artists from an anxiety-inducing technology conference, to the soul-enriching and awe-inspiring journey to the top

airBaltic Successfully Issues Ninth NFTs on OpenSea

Riga. Today already the ninth NFT (non-fungible token) edition of the airBaltic City Collection has been issued on OpenSea marketplace for a fixed price of 0.01 Ether. A total of 10 new unique collectibles of the airBaltic City Collection can now be purchased: The ninth airBaltic issue is a digital art piece with one of the most beloved Latvian cities – Valmiera, which is one of the oldest towns in Latvia, associated with cultural life, beautiful nature, talented Olympic champion Māris Štrombergs and St. Simon's Church – one of

Binance integrates Ethereum Layer 2 scaling solution, Arbitrum One

Arbitrum One core network has now been fully integrated by Binance, the cryptocurrency firm announced earlier today. This has paved the way for Ether withdrawals on Arbitrum One Layer 2, which is a scaling solution for the Ethereum network. Arbitrum One is the beta mainnet of a layer-2 optimistic rollup protocol that enables off-chain Ethereum transactions that are faster and cheaper as compared to the Ethereum mainnet. Binance users can now deposit all ERC-20 tokens from the Ethereum network, with the Arbitrum side chain at lower costs, and all users

Bitcoin price drops nearly 10% in 24 hours, dips below $60,000

Quick Take The price of bitcoin has declined nearly 10% in the last 24 hours. It fell below $59,000 but has since rebounded slightly. advertisement The price of bitcoin has declined nearly 10% in the last 24 hours, dipping significantly below $60,000 before bouncing back. The drop seems to be triggered by the infrastructure bill signed by U.S. President Joe Biden yesterday, Darius Sit, co-founder of crypto trading firm QCP Capital told The Block. The bill includes tax reporting provisions that require crypto exchanges to report information to both the

Meet the dETH Token, a HODLable Leveraged ETH

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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Drifts Lower After Taproot Upgrade; Ether Drops

Good morning, Here’s what’s happening this morning: Market Moves: Bitcoin’s highly anticipated Taproot upgrade fails to produce any noticeable price pop. Technician’s take: Short-term upside appears to be limited given the loss of positive momentum. Catch the latest episodes of CoinDesk TV for insightful interviews with crypto industry leaders and analysis. Prices Bitcoin (BTC): $64,514 +0.4% Ether (ETH): $4,562 -1.7% Market moves Bitcoin was trading flat after Taproot, the blockchain’s biggest network upgrade in four years, went live. The upgrade, which took effect at 5:15 coordinated universal time (1:15 a.m.

Tracking the movement of Bitcoin, Ethereum fund flows from 2020

Over the past couple of years, institutional involvement with major assets such as Bitcoin, Ethereum has been a common affair. However, it has been a difficult task to identify all sources of investments. In late 2020, Grayscale’s Bitcoin accumulation was considered the most influential institutional interest. However, it slowed down in 2021. And yet, capital continued to flow from accredited traders. In this article, we will be highlighting every fund which holds Bitcoin and Ethereum and how their activity has created an impact over a longer time period. The long

Burger King partners with Robinhood Crypto to give away cryptocurrencies.

According to a press release, fast-food chain Burger King is partnering with Robinhood Crypto to give away a range of cryptocurrencies. The rewards on offer are 20 bitcoin, around $1.17 million, 200 ether $800,000, and 2 million Dogecoin ($472,000). The odds of winning a bitcoin prize, according to the release, are 100,011 to 1. Earlier, Robinhood reported a 35 percent yearly surge in its revenue. The cryptocurrencies will be given away to Burger King’s Royal Perks members. The cryptocurrencies will be given away to Burger King’s Royal Perks members, a

UniLend lists on AscendEX

AscendEX is excited to announce the UniLend token (UFT) listing under the trading pair UFT/USDT on Oct. 18 at 1 p.m. UTC. UniLend is a comprehensive permissionless DeFi protocol that combines both spot trading services and lending and borrowing functionality within the same platform. The interest rates and collateralization ratio are based on supply, demand, and community governance, whereas borrowing limits are decided by liquidity in the trading pairs. Unlike other DeFi protocols, which only support a limited number of assets, UniLend allows for any asset to list on its

Powers On… Don’t worry, Bitcoin’s adoption will not be stopped

In a series of  recent interviews and speeches, United States Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler has called the cryptocurrencies market the “Wild West” due to its unregulated and allegedly fraud-filled atmosphere, predicting that the coins were doomed to fail. Powers On… is a monthly opinion column from Marc Powers, who spent much of his 40-year legal career working with complex securities-related cases in the United States after a stint with the SEC. He is now an adjunct professor at Florida International University College of Law, where he teaches

MassMutual-owned fintech Flourish launches a new service to connect financial advisory clients with bitcoin

A fintech company owned by MassMutual is launching a service that lets registered investment advisors (RIAs) and their clients tap into bitcoin investments.Flourish’s new service, dubbed Flourish Crypto, reflects the growing intersection between traditional finance and the digital asset space, and it’s a bet on what the company says is growing demand among financial advisory clients for bitcoin. The offering is being launched in partnership with Paxos, which is supporting the execution and custody side of things. The New York-based startup has inked key relationships with payments and financial services