CoinMarketCap Daily, July 28: Bitcoin Breaks $40K...Again!
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CoinMarketCap Daily, July 28: Bitcoin Breaks $40K...Again!

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Today, Bitcoin crosses that psychological $40K price point again, while institutional interest in ETH grows.

CoinMarketCap Daily, July 28: Bitcoin Breaks $40K...Again!


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Bitcoin Breaks $40,000 Again! 🤯

Bitcoin has broken $40,000 for the second time this week, despite an American politician warning the crypto market increases "the risks to our financial stability and our economy." XRP has performed even more strongly. It has surged 10.5% in 24 hours after Ripple announced plans to shake up the remittance market between Japan and the Philippines. The latest.

Institutional Interest in ETH Grows 🚀

Coinbase has said many of its largest institutional clients gained exposure to Ether for the first time in the first half of 2021. In a new report, the exchange says ETH trading volumes rose by 1,461% between January and June — far outpacing BTC's still-impressive growth of 489%. Over the past five years, ETH's value has risen by a whopping 17,962%. Our story.

Burger King Accepts DOGE in Brazil 🇧🇷

Burger King is now accepting Dogecoin in Brazil… for something rather unexpected. The fast food chain says DOGE can be used to purchase Dogepper, a meat-flavored snack that has been purposely designed for four-legged friends. Buying one of the dog treats will set you back 3 DOGE, which is worth $0.62 at the time of writing. much article. so crypto. wow.

Robinhood's Mysterious New Feature 👀

Robinhood is reportedly working on a feature offering "price volatility protection." Hidden code has been spotted in a test app for iPhones that says: "To protect your orders against price volatility, we may sometimes skip your recurring orders or buy less than your chosen amount." Other features will allow customers to invest spare change in stocks. Read more.
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