• Cryptocurrency Trading Courses: Trading or mining crypto definitely requires a basic understanding of cryptocurrency

    Cryptocurrency Trading Courses: Trading or mining crypto definitely requires a basic understanding of cryptocurrency

    The ways to learn how to trade cryptocurrency is to take a course. The digital learning sector grows exponentially all the time. Cryptocurrency courses come in all shapes and sizes. Plus, the best cryptocurrency trading course for 2022 differs based on your needs, budget and existing knowledge. Here’s how to buy a cryptocurrency course for a relatively low price, where you can learn about the best crypto to day trade, the best altcoins to buy and much more.
  • NVIDIA and crypto chip are not going together in this highly volatile crypto mining ecosystem

    NVIDIA and crypto chip are not going together in this highly volatile crypto mining ecosystem

    NVIDIA is a popular tech company across the global tech market with its focus on artificial intelligence, computing, and many more cutting-edge technologies. It is revolutionizing parallel computing with advanced GPU deep learning models. Meanwhile, it is also focused on crypto chip making or crypto mining for chip for the tech-driven world. But the concerned issue is, it is more volatile for NVIDIA to depend on crypto mining chip to gain revenue from the highly volatile cryptocurrency market. Thus, let’s dig deep into the current issue of crypto mining of NVIDIA and how it can affect the popular tech company in the nearby future.
  • G7 financial officials has called on the Financial Stability Board to speed up crypto-asset regulation

    G7 financial officials has called on the Financial Stability Board to speed up crypto-asset regulation

    In light of the recent turmoil in the crypto-asset market, the G7 urges the FSB (Financial Stability Board)...to advance the swift development and implementation of consistent and comprehensive regulation
  • In the midst of a crypto market crash and falling GPU prices, AMD has announced a new 'Raise The Game' bundle

    In the midst of a crypto market crash and falling GPU prices, AMD has announced a new 'Raise The Game' bundle

    However, the news from AMD seems more gloomy and possibly could hurt the company, which explains the change in an upcoming game and GPU bundle that is active right now. Well, in a way. AMD launched the latest Radeon RX 6X50 XT graphics cards, consisting of the 6650, 6750, and 6950 XT models. The cards are the last to be produced using the RDNA2 technology as the company begins work on products for the RDNA3 technology.
  • Bill Gates claims that Crypto and NFTs are

    Bill Gates claims that Crypto and NFTs are

    NFTs are tokens that can’t be exchanged for one another. They’re often touted as a way to prove ownership of digital assets like art or sports collectibles. But critics see them as overhyped and potentially harmful to the environment given the power-hungry nature of cryptocurrencies. Many NFTs are built on the network behind ethereum, the second-biggest token.
  • Terra Luna Crypto Crash: Terra Crunch Shakes Foundations of Crypto Stablecoin Complex

    Terra Luna Crypto Crash: Terra Crunch Shakes Foundations of Crypto Stablecoin Complex

    Most rival algorithmic stablecoins, which use a complex combination of computer code and trader incentives to maintain their pegs of one-to-one to the dollar, are also below that threshold -- though not at the 80% extreme seen on TerraUSD on Wednesday. TerraUSD isn’t the first algorithmic stablecoin whose peg has blown up. Neutrino, which sought to keep at equilibrium by issuing and burning tokens
  • Twitter will begin paying creators in cryptocurrency. Top Bitcoin and Crypto News for the Week

    Twitter will begin paying creators in cryptocurrency. Top Bitcoin and Crypto News for the Week

    Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase on Wednesday released the beta version of a feature that'll allow users to buy and sell NFTs on its platform. Coinbase calls the new feature
  • The first non-crypto gaming metaverse has released a theatrical trailer ahead of its launch

    The first non-crypto gaming metaverse has released a theatrical trailer ahead of its launch

    Emerging as a low barrier to entry, Bezoge, the first crypto game for non-crypto people, presents Legends of Bezogia with its unique in-game tokenomics and currency. The play-to-earn (P2E) MMORPG game lets players pillage enemy SHIBs and DOGEs to rid the world of fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD). Following the P2E model, players are invited to select a Bezogi and start their journey into earning blocks and rewards, whilst Bezogi NFT owners can rent or summon additional Bezogi if they already own two.
  •  Game Studio Blizzard has started polling players about the use of NFTs and cryptocurrency elements

    Game Studio Blizzard has started polling players about the use of NFTs and cryptocurrency elements

    One of the most pro-crypto companies is Ubisoft, which has already launched its own NFT market, called Quartz, and has backed Animoca Brands, the company behind The Sandbox, one of the most well-known metaverse-based platforms.
  • Crypto Unicorns raises $26 million for unicorn gaming project

    Crypto Unicorns raises $26 million for unicorn gaming project

    Crypto Unicorns overnight announced it has raised US$26 million in a token sale, and had also sold 2,200 Ethereum (US$5.6 million) worth of land and character NFTs – 10,000 unicorns and 30,000 land plots. The capital raising was led by TCG and Backed VC and was led by ACME Capital, BITKRAFT Ventures, Delphi Digital, Infinity Ventures Crypto, Polygon Studios, CoinFund, BreederDAO, Emfaris and more.