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Just 1.3million Bitcoin left on exchanges as first NFT crypto platform launched


CRYPTO enthusiasts should be aware that just 1.3 million Bitcoin are left on exchanges, and that the world’s first NFT crypto platform has been launched.

When it comes to Bitcoin, what remains is just 6.3 percent of the total supply and is the lowest recorded in 2021, according to .

Meanwhile, TribeOne, the first AI-powered NFT & DeFi funding platform, has been launched, with a press release from NewsFile reporting, “This seamless platform provides users access to NFT lending products, innovative DeFi products, zero-to-low collateralized loans, saving & investing products through a single platform.”

This all comes as Shiba Inu coin had risen in value by Friday morning, with Bitcoin seeing gains as well.

Shina Inu’s value was up about more than 6 percent as of 9am on Friday morning, according to .

Bitcoin had gone up by about 5 percent in the past 24 hours at the same time, according to .

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  • Trader on cryptocurrency losses, part two

    The investor didn’t give up on new coins and bought into SHIB after hearing rumors that it had been found in Tesla‘s source code and would potentially be used as a payment option for the company.

    The rumor turned out to be untrue, leaving the trader in the red again.

    The third and last time was before the new coin Matic was announced. The trader said they bought up the coin too close to the announcement date.

    “Anyway, don’t believe in rumours and hype, just stick to your usual crypto plan”, the trader said.

  • Trader details their cryptocurrency losses

    An investor revealed online how they lost a fortune after buying cryptocurrency based on rumors — three times.

    The anonymous trader described the losses on Reddit, saying their first loss on Cardano hurt the most.

    “Everything about the announcement seemed legit: It’s not a sh**coin, Smart contracts are a thing and there was a lot of hype,” the trader said.

    The trader said as soon as Cardano went live, its price tanked leaving the trader at a huge loss.

  • What is an NFT marketplace?

    An NFT is a non-fungible token.

    Non-fungible tokens, in contrast to Bitcoin, are each unique and cannot be replaced by something else.

    The majority of NFTs exist within the Ethereum blockchain. Ethereum is a cryptocurrency that has the ability to support NFTs.

    NFTs can be anything digital, and are commonly being used as a way to buy and sell digital art.

    An NFT marketplace is used to list NFTs and ensure they are accessible for trading.

    Marketplaces allow users to promote their NFTs, where buyers can browse through and bid on what they would like to purchase.

  • What is Ethereum?

    Ethereum is a cryptocurrency that was released in 2015. It’s the second largest after Bitcoin.

    In fact, some experts believe it has the potential to one day overtake Bitcoin as the dominant coin in the market.

    It was founded by eight people, one of which is 27-year-old cryptocurrency “celebrity” Vitalik Buterin.

    He recently became the world’s youngest crypto billionaire as Ethereum soared in value.

    Ethereum is also a ledger technology – using “blockchain”, like Bitcoin – that companies are using to build new programmes.

  • Elon Musk says Dogecoin is best for transactions

    The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX says Dogecoin is the best cryptocurrency for transactions.

    Elon Musk told Time Magazine that the meme coin is better suited to transact with over Bitcoin for two reasons.

    He said the transaction volume of Bitcoin is low and the cost per transaction is high.

    Musk said he believes Bitcoin is more suitable as a store of value while Dogecoin “encourages people to spend, rather than sort of hoard.”

  • Major meme coins, part two

    Another dog meme that has picked up traction this year has been Saitama inu, whose logo appears to feature a wolf surrounding a human face.

    “Tokens like Shiba Inu, Dogecoin, and newest gainer Saitama are all a part of the evolution of digital finance in their own unique way,” Chris Kline, chief operating officer and co-founder of Bitcoin IRA, recently told The Sun.

    Separately, Tiger King is a meme coin based on the popular Netflix series that picked up strong momentum.

  • The major meme coins

    The surge of the meme coins this year all started with Dogecoin.

    That was then followed by Shiba Inu, which both feature the same dog breed in their logos.

    The image became a popular internet meme called doge, and it features the dog surrounded by text in the comic sans font with words like “much wow.”

    Both Shiba and Dogecoin have been popular dog meme coins this year.

  • What are meme coins?

    meme coin typically gains off a social media or an internet-based joke.

    It all started with GameStop and AMC earlier this year, when a Reddit mob trolled short-sellers by driving up the prices of those stocks.

    The memes then spread over to cryptocurrencies – and there are now a few major ones today.

  • Crypto wealth and luxury goods

    Cryptocurrency wealth is leading to a new generation of luxury consumers in the United States, according to Markets Insider.

    The news organization pointed to a report from investment bank Jeffries, which found young buyers are spending crypto winnings on expensive jewelry, apparel, and accessories.

    The group, comprised of people under 35, is increasingly buying artwork such as non-fungible tokens (NFTs), in addition to luxury brands.

    While Chinese consumers are still the major force in luxury spending worldwide, the report said American buyers are set to propel luxury sales beyond pre-pandemic levels.

  • Apple plans for crypto

    Cook continued by saying that although Apple was looking at cryptocurrency technology, it’s “not something we have immediate plans to do.”

    An Apple Pay executive said in 2019 that the company sees “long-term potential” in cryptocurrency.

    But it seems like crypto fans shouldn’t get excited, because even if Apple does introduce cryptocurrency products or services in the future, it doesn’t seem like it will happen anytime soon.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook owns crypto

    Apple CEO Tim Cook recently revealed he owns cryptocurrency.

    At the New York Times DealBook conference, Cook was asked if he owns Bitcoin or Ethereum and said, “I do. I think it’s reasonable to own it as part of a diversified portfolio,” according to CNBC.

    “I’m not giving anyone investment advice by the way,” he noted.

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