Today, CoinMarketCap takes a look at what's going on with Strike and what happened to the WWW NFT.
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Strike Steps Up Trading Fees War 😲
Strike has announced that it's going to allow U.S. customers to buy and sell Bitcoin with no fees. In an announcement, the platform's CEO made it clear that he plans to challenge Venmo, Coinbase and CashApp. Striking a bullish note, Jack Mallers added: "We just ripped the pin out of the grenade and tossed it into the crowd." Read the announcement here.
Crypto Owners 'More Educated' 🤓
People who own cryptocurrencies are "generally more educated than the average," according to a new report by the Bank for International Settlements. XRP and ETH owners are said to be the most educated, while those owning Litecoin are the least educated. Bitcoin investors, we hear you ask? Well, they rank in the middle. Here's what the report has to say.
'Error' in World Wide Web NFT 🌍
An NFT featuring the source code for the World Wide Web recently sold for $5.4 million. But there might be a problem. Just half an hour after the auction ended, errors were spotted in a 30-minute video that showcases the source code. Although this might seem like a disaster, it's possible that the mishap could make the token even more valuable. Find out why.
Robinhood Prepares to Go Public 💰
Robinhood has filed its Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, firing the starting gun on its journey to a stock market listing. The document reveals that "a substantial portion" of recent growth in net revenues is linked to Dogecoin. Robinhood warned its financial condition could be "adversely affected" if demand for DOGE slumps. Read more.
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